Students and staff at Uxbridge High School are delighted with this year’s sixth form results, 100% of students achieved examination success. 98% of exams entered received a grade A*- E or equivalent and 33% of the examinations were passed at the highest A*- B grades. We have also seen a year on year increase in students achieving the highest grades.
History, maths, further maths, physics, business and finance were among our top performing subjects, with a majority achieving the highest A*- B grades. Students performed very strongly in other facilitating subjects, including geography, opening opportunities for students to take places at top Russell Group universities.
This year’s high flying students include:
|Tom Berlad||A* A B|
|Rajan Bhatoy||A* A A A B|
|Ahmad Eblagh||A* A A|
|Sophie Hennings||DD* B|
|Hasina Majithia||DD* B|
|Shahmeer Mohammad||A A A*|
|Caterina Silva||DD* A*|
|Yashraj Songra||DD* B|
Ahmad who achieved A* A A, is going to study engineering at UCL, said “hard work is everything!”.
Rajan achieved an incredible 5 A levels with an A in Biology, B in Chemistry, A* in mathematics, A in further maths and an A in physics. Rajan is going to read computer science at Brunel University.
Catarina, Head Girl, achieved an A* in Spanish and a Distinction*/Distinction in performing arts and said “I am so proud, really, really happy” and is off to study performing arts at Arts University, Bournemouth.
Yuvraj achieved a double Distinction in business studies and has already started his football scholarship in America.
Mohammed said “I am so happy, I achieved the grades I needed with the teachers’ support” and is off to do economics and management at Loughborough University.
Kavilash and Kavinash, twins, both achieved the same grades as each other: B, C, C.
Students taking vocational subjects achieved a 100% pass rate with distinction being the average grade.
This year’s high flying vocational students include Catarina Silva, who gained the highest grade of D*Distinction in performing arts and Hasina Majithia, Sophie Hennings, Savannah Antoine, Marsan Bajramkurti and Yashraj Songra gaining D*D in business studies.
Jonathon Churchill, Head of Sixth Form said: “I am very proud of the student’s achievements. The results are testament to the hard work and dedication of the students, parents and staff. I wish the students every success in their future pathways.”