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GCSE Success Stories

GCSE Success Stories

Gulia achieved an outstanding set of results with two 9s, two 8s, three 7s an A* and Distinction* She is excited to start her next chapter at Luton Sixth Form College in September to study Accounting, Economics and Business with dreams of one day becoming an Accountant. Gulia praises the fantastic teachers she has had over the last five years and encourages future students to have faith in the teachers and yourself. 

The school have helped me in so many ways to reach my goals and I am very grateful for the support and reassurance from my teachers. I would not have received these grades without them.

Arjan achieved an exceptional set of results with seven 9s, one 8 and two 7s. He is delighted to be joining Luton Sixth Form College in September to study Maths, Biology and Chemistry. He is setting his sights on securing a place at the University of Oxford in the future to read Medicine. His advice to younger students starting their GCSEs is to revise from the beginning of the year and never give up.

The school’s facilities are excellent and the Learning Resource Centre is there for whatever you need. The teachers really care about each student and their goals and ensure everyone has the help they need to succeed.

Raesha has achieved excellent results with five 8s, four 7s and one 6 across her subjects. She is excited to be starting at Luton Sixth Form College to study English Language, Criminology and Psychology. Raesha hopes to repeat her success in her A Levels and join a London University to continue her studies in the future.

The school have encouraged me from day one to believe in myself and work hard. The teachers have provided me with the work ethic and discipline to succeed, which I will carry forward when in Sixth Form and later in life.

Fahima is elated having achieved a fantastic set of results, including three 9s, six 8s and an A*. She is delighted to be joining Luton Sixth Form College to study Biology, Chemistry and Maths. Fahima looks forward to securing a place at university to read Dentistry in the future. Fahima is aiming for a practical career where she can make a difference. She praises the teachers’ ongoing efforts to ensure that teaching and learning was outstanding during lockdown and commented on how it was this that kept her motivated at home.

My advice to younger students is to have a good, strong work ethic and keep revision consistent.

Maisha is celebrating after collecting her incredible results of three 9s, four 8s, two 7s and a Distinction. She has secured a place at Luton Sixth Form College to study Biology, Chemistry and Psychology and dreams of one day becoming a Dentist after studying for her qualification at Kings College London. Maisha advises younger students to start revising as soon as you can and to ensure that you ask for help if you need it.

Teachers are incredibly motivating and encouraging. They go out of their way to help you achieve your goals and have built my confidence and I am grateful for all their advice and guidance.

Anubhav has achieved an impressive set of results securing two 9s, two 8s, three 7s, two 6s and one 5. He is looking forward to starting at St George’s Sixth Form in September to study the Sciences and Maths. Anubhav has high aspirations to study Medicine at University and would like to be a Surgeon in the future. His advice to younger students is to really focus on each subject and use practice exam papers as much as possible.

The school’s resources are second to none. The teachers guide you to the things that will help you to achieve your potential. They are passionate about their subjects and always put on extra lessons if they feel you need further help to do your best.

Mahima’s superb results have secured her a place at Luton Sixth Form College to study Maths, Biology and Chemistry. She achieved a fantastic set of results including four 9s, four 8s, one 7 and an A* and hopes to continue her success to read Medicine at University in the future. She credits her supportive teachers in enabling her to achieve her successes.

My advice to younger students is to take really good notes from the start of year 11. Make sure you reactively and regularly test yourself and actively recall the information, so you understand. Teachers give solid revision advice, and you can always go to them at any time. Don’t be afraid to ask for help.

Hafsah is thrilled with her achievements: one 9, four 8s, two 7s, two 6s and a Merit and is looking forward to starting at Luton Sixth Form College in September. She will be studying Biology, Chemistry and Maths and hopes to study Medicine in the future. Hafsah’s advice to younger students is to keep your head down and don’t over stress.

Teachers have been inspiring, making our chosen subject lessons so interesting and finding a passion in you and helping to develop it through experiences and opportunities outside the classroom, and in all the different clubs too.

Manvita is celebrating outstanding results with two 9s, one 8, five 7s, one 6 and a Distinction. She is delighted to accept a place at Hitchin Girls Sixth Form to study the Sciences and Maths. She hopes to secure a place at University after her A levels to study Medicine and qualify as a Doctor in the future. Her advice to younger students is to not forget to make time to get involved in other areas of school life. There are so many opportunities!

The teachers spend a lot of time developing your personal skills including independence and confidence which I know I will need moving onto Sixth Form and beyond. They encouraged me to step outside of my comfort zone and I know this is one of the main reasons why I have achieved these grades.

Saima is delighted to have achieved excellent grades including one 9, three 8s, three 7s, one 6 and an A* and is looking forward to starting her next chapter at Luton Sixth Form College in September. Her aspirations for the future are to go into Nursing and she hopes to secure the grades she needs in Psychology, Human Biology and Health and Social Care to help her get there.

The teachers always have your best interests at heart and are dedicated to preparing you not only for your GCSEs, but the next steps too. I am looking forward to studying at A Level and then going onto University.

 

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