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17 August 2023

36% of KS5 grades at A*-A and 56% at A*-B as CFBS pupils gain a strong set of results

We are delighted to report that our Year 13 students have received a strong set of outcomes. The outcomes are testament to the resilience and hard work of the students as well as the tremendous support that staff have provided. There are many outstanding results, with 36% of all Key Stage 5 grades assigned as A* or A grades and 56% of all grades assigned as A*-B.

Our goal is to set our pupils up for their next stage in life, so it gives us great pleasure that our students have secured places at some of the most selective universities, not just in the UK, but in the world. Universities our students will be attending include Cambridge, University College London, King’s College London, Manchester and Birmingham. Students have also secured places at leading US universities.

Isaac Ohringer will be studying History at University of Cambridge.

Our vocational students have also done extremely well, two thirds of the students achieved a Distinction* or a Distinction, which has allowed them to move onto Russell Group universities, including King’s College and Queen Mary.

(Left to Right): Mahima Rahman: Midwifery at City, University of London, Sarah Kuyok: MPharm Pharmacy at University of Reading, Naima Islam: Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences Foundation Degree at Kingston University, Zara Shah-Siddique: Midwifery at King’s College London.

We aim to provide all of our students with the option of accessing high quality work and training, as opposed to attending university, and an increasing number of our students are choosing to take this route. We supported our students onto a number of prestigious apprenticeship programmes.

(Left to Right): Benjamin Griffiths: General Engineering at King’s College London, Abdul Muhaymin Abdul Hafiz: Computer Science at UCL, Luqmaan Finiin: General Engineering at University of Warwick, Muner Madey: Balfour Beatty Degree Apprenticeship in Civil Engineering.

The pupils have been great role models to the remainder of the school. We wish them all the best with their future plans.

Safa Labidi will be studying Law at City, University of London

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