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Congratulations to our A-Level students on a yet another set of outstanding results!
Haringey Sixth Form College celebrated outstanding successes in today’s A-level and AS level results, marking yet another year of excellent academic and personal achievements for students at the college.
This is the first year of the new A level linear specifications and so the results are very impressive and very pleasing.
A-Level Results Headlines
• Students achieving the higher grades is up by 4%
• Almost 50% of A-level subjects achieved 100% pass rates.
• Over half of all students achieved A*B in Maths, Further Maths and Law.
Russ Lawrance Principal, said, "We are thrilled with the outstanding success of our students’ A Levels results. It has been a busy morning and we are pleased to see so many of our students achieving their expected places at Russell Group and a wide range of other Universities. These results demonstrate that this College is continuously providing high quality education to students in the Haringey and North London area. Our students feel challenged and supported to achieve their very best.”
Over half of our A-Level cohort have received offers from Russell Group and other good Universities.
Below are some of the destinations of our successful students.
|Student and previous school||Reading||HE Institution|
|Jude Ababio-Danso - Chace Community School||Electrical and Electronic Engineering||Loughborough University|
|Monique Caton-Brown - Edmonton County School||Criminology||University of Kent|
|Savannah-Lucia Curioni||Mathematics & Psychology||University of Reading|
|Ahmed Hirad||Optometry||City University|
|Jamah Natasha - City & Islington College||Law||Brunel University|
|Brian McAuslan - Northumberland Park||History||King’s College|
|Sybil Mensah-Gyebi - Southgate College||Law with Criminology||University of Leicester|
|Sherfina Odumanye - Buxton School||Law||University of Exeter|
|Emanuela Bennah - St Anne’s RC High School for Girls||Biomedical Science||University of Bath|
|Joao Mateus Campesato Pires||Sport, Health & Exercise Sciences||Brunel University|
|Chieloka Diru||Biochemistry||University of Kent|
Russ continued “These results show real strength of academic provision reflecting the overall quality of the A level teaching at Haringey Sixth Form College. Students and staff have worked incredibly hard over the past year and we are really proud of these results.
Our A-level students now leave us for the next exciting chapter in their lives as they take up their places at university, employment, or begin their gap year and the staff here wish them well. Our first year A level students have laid excellent foundations for the coming year and I am sure they will continue to push themselves.
New students can be confident that, with hard work and dedication, they too will be successful at Haringey Sixth Form College. Some of our students were able to overcome really challenging personal circumstances to achieve excellent results. This was partly due to the support and guidance given to them by the college, the staff, and due to their hard work. Partnership working is all part of Team Haringey 6.
I would like to once again thank all of the staff both the academic and professional services staff for going the extra mile with the students, and I thanks the parents and carers for their continued support. The DFE Progress tables last year highlighted how far we take the students at our college and this is again reflected in these results, there are some outstanding successes”.
There are many examples of outstanding student achievement at the college Sherfina Odumanye is one of these. Sherfina worked incredibly hard her second year, pushing herself constantly to improve. Her growth and development as a student was wonderful to witness. One of the traits that Sherfina has as a student, which will continue to serve her well in her future academic and professional careers is her willingness to take on feedback and apply it to her ever developing voice as a writer and critical thinker. We are also impressed by her ambition and drive to produce exemplary work. Sherfina achieved three As and we couldn’t be prouder of her. Sherfina is going on to study Law at University of Exeter. She commented, “Effort and hard work really pays off! If you don’t work hard, you don’t get the grades. I got an A in English Language and Literature, Law and Sociology. Teachers really care about your future, they ensure you achieve the high grades, but they care about you here as an individual. My Law teacher inspired me to consider Law at university.”
Salim Farah is another having arrived at Haringey Sixth Form College, having not quite achieved the GCSE’s results he had hoped for. Over the two years we worked to both improve his academic ability as well as his confidence. We have witnessed Salim blossom into an excellent student who achieved two As and a B in his A-levels and is planning to study Law at SOAS.
Despite the national variability due to the changes to A levels nationally, we are delighted with our excellent results this year. The experience of linear A levels will benefit our first year cohort and the new intake we are enrolling on the 24th August - full details are on the website. We wish all students well for the next couple of years here at our amazing college.
For students who are looking to apply for September 2017, please telephone our Advice Line on 020 8376 6000.
Our main Enrolment for A levels will be on Thursday 24th August from 11am and Friday 25th August from 0900 for BTEC’s
For students who are looking to apply to September 2018 subsequent Open/Information Evening is on 18th October 2017.
All information is on www.haringey6.ac.uk