Exam Results
Performance Table
Half of all A level entries achieve top A*-B grades.
London Academy is once again celebrating a bumper set of A level results this summer.
The achievements of our sixth form students mark another year of improvement at the Academy.
Well done to all our students and staff who have worked so hard to achieve these results.
Advanced Level Results 2015
- 51% of all grades were an A*-B grade.
- 77% of all grades were A*-C grades.
- 83% of all students achieved 3 or more A levels.
Subject Highlights
- 100% of grades were A*-B in Further Mathematics.
- 73% of grades were A*-B in History.
- 70% of grade were A*-B in Mathematics.
- 64% of grades were A*-B in Physics.
- 60% of grades were A*-B in Economics.
This academic year marks a third consecutive year for students gaining places at Oxbridge and our second consecutive year of students gaining places at Medical school. In addition to this, over a third of all offers for universities were from the Russell Group, another first for the academy.
Student Highlights
- Gino La A* A* and A* (Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physics) will read Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London.
- FiFi Henry A*A* and A (Mathematics, Further mathematics and Physics) will read Materials and Nuclear Engineering at Imperial College London.
- Shayaan Rehman A, A and B (Economics, History and English Literature) will read law at Wadham College Oxford.
- Cyrus Brown A*, A* and B (Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physics) will read Discrete Mathematics at Warwick University.
- Suleiman Mirvais A*, A and A (Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physics) will read Civil Engineering at University College London.
- Sam Rea A*, A and A (Economics, Biology and Geography) will read Geography at University of Lancaster.
- Abdirahman Osman A*, A and A (Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry) will read Medicine at St Georges.
- Adam Yacoubi A*, A and A (Mathematics, Physics and Biology) will read Civil Engineering at University College London.
- Hussein Ubaide A*, A and B (Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physics) will read Civil Engineering at University College London.
- Anas Aboungab A*, A, A and B (Economics, Geography and Business Studies) will read Economics at SOAS.
- Gabriel Achampong A, A and B (Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry) will read Geography at University of Nottingham.
Congratulations Class of 2015
We are delighted to announce our 2015 GCSE results. We have maintained our high standards with 60% of students achieving 5+ A*-C grades including English and Maths at GCSE, exceeding the 2014 national average. The Academy’s aspirational students have demonstrated their ambitions to become ‘Leaders for Tomorrow’ with over half achieving at least one A* grade and an impressive 14% attaining 5 of the top A*/A grades.
Exceptional results were secured in Science and Maths; 85% of students achieved an A*-C grade in Science and 15% of students were successful in their pursuit of the top A*-A grades. In addition, 100% of students who were entered for Further Maths achieved an impressive A* or A grade.
Performance measure |
Academy performance |
National Average |
5A*-C including English and Mathematics |
60% |
56% |
Achievement of A*- C in all EBACC subjects |
23% |
24% |
% of students achieving expected levels of progress in English GCSE |
81% |
69% |
% of students achieving expected levels of progress in Maths GCSE |
77% |
66% |
% of students achieving more than expected levels of progress in English GCSE |
48% |
30% |
% of students achieving more than expected levels of progress in Maths GCSE |
44% |
30% |
The above results place London Academy in the top 9% of all schools nationally for the amount of progress our students make on joining the Academy from primary school, regardless of their starting points.
Some notable student highlights include:
- Ali Reza Moghaddam Nourani 11 A* grades.
- Michelle Challis 10 A* and 1 A.
- Noah Yacoubi 9 A* and 1 A.
- Anish Monji 5 A*, 5 A and 1 B.
- Ushmita Bheeka 5 A*, 4 A and 1 B.
- Zohra Noori 4 A*, 6 A and 1 C.
- Graziella Arena 3 A*, 6 A and 3 B.
- Yanislav Dapev 2 A*, 7 A and 1 B.
- Artaza Saffi 1 A*, 9 A and 1 B.
- Doniea Akhtari 10 A and 2 B.
- Neelima Rai 9 A and 1 B.
- Sana Ahmad 8 A and 3 B.
We look for to seeing you all on Monday 31st August for Year 12 enrolment.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR LEADERS OF TOMORROW.
A Level and GCSE 2014 Examination Results
1st September 2014
London Academy is, once again, celebrating outstanding A level and GCSE results for 2014!
Advanced Level 2014 Examination results
- 48% of students achieved an A* - B grade.
- 82% of all entries were A*-C grades.
- 88% of all students achieved 3 or more A levels.
- 100% achieved at least 2 A levels.
Subject highlights
- 55% of grades were A*-B in English Literature.
- 58% of grades were A*-B in Mathematics.
- 89% of grades were A*-B in Further Mathematics.
- 77% of grades were A*-B in Physics.
- 55% of grades were A*-B in History.
We are delighted that the vast majority of our students were accepted at their chosen university. We are also extremely proud that a record number of students are progressing to the top universities in Great Britain with two studying next year at Cambridge University.
Student highlights
- Ali Bahram A* in Maths, A* in Further Maths, A in Physics, a Grade 1 in STEP1 and Grade 2 in STEP2.
University of Cambridge – Civil Engineering
- Rhiannon White A* in English Literature, A in History, A in Psychology and A in Philosophy and Ethics.
University of Cambridge – English Literature
- Joshua Coop A* in Maths, A* in Further Maths, A in Chemistry and B in Physics.
University of Bristol - Electrical Engineering
- Safak Muslu A* in Maths, A in History and A in Physics.
University of Bristol - Engineering
- Joseph Simmonds A* in Maths, A in Further Maths, A in Physics and B in Economics.
London School of Economics – Mathematics
- Temi Mwale A* in English Literature, A in History, A in Law and A in Philosophy and Ethics.
London School of Economics – Law
- Krishna Vaghjiani A* in Maths, A in Further Maths, A in Physics and B in History.
Queen Mary, University of London - Mathematics
- Queenie Mae Torrente A in Biology, A in Chemistry and B in Geography.
St Georges University of London – Medicine
- Jordan Hughes A* in Art, A in Photography and B in Art Textiles.
University of Kingston - Fine Art
- Josette Thomas Distinction* in Fashion, A in Art, A in Music and B in Photography.
London College of Fashion – Shoe Design
- Andreaa Rugeana A* in Sociology, A in Law and B in English Language.
London School of Economics – Sociology
- Burak Muslu A* in Law, A in Psychology and B in Politics.
University of Nottingham – Psychology
- Sara Haway A in Maths, A in Further Maths and B in Physics.
University College London – Engineering
- Fadumo Heybe A* in English Literature, A in Psychology and A in Economics.
SOAS - Arabic
- David Inno-Okafor A in Economics, A in Geography and B in Philosophy and Ethics.
University of Manchester - Politics, Philosophy and Ethics
- Johar Akhmiev A in Maths, A in Philosophy and Ethics and B in Physics.
University College London - Civil Engineering
- Umar Shirin A* in Maths, A in Psychology and B in Physics.
University of Bristol – Civil Engineering
- Patrick Chong A* in Maths , A in Economics and B in Further Maths.
Kings College London – Maths
- Mohamed Mohamed A* in Maths, A in Physics and B in History.
University of Southampton – Aeronautical Engineering
GCSE 2014 Examination Results
- 82% A* – C grades in English.
- 69% A* - C grades in Maths.
- 68 % of students achieved A* – C grades, in English and Maths.
- 63% of students achieved 5A*-C including English and Maths.
- 75 % of students entered achieved the Ebacc. 22% of the cohort.
- 17% of all GCSE grades were grade A* - A.
- 72% of all grades were A*-C.
- 21% of all students achieved three or more A* – A grades.
- 87 students achieved at least one A*/A grade.
- 89% of students entered achieved A*-C in double science.
Percentage of pupils who have achieved at least the minimum expected levels of progress in English and Maths between KS2 and KS4:
- English 84%
- Maths 72%
Many congratulations to all our students whose hard work and effort is rewarded with these excellent results.
Thanks are also due to their parents for their help and support, and of course to their teachers whose dedication and commitment to our students has also been justly rewarded.