Haverstock students rose to the challenge of tougher new GCSEs and A-Levels – beating last year’s results!
Over 90% of our Sixth Form students now go on to higher education, training, apprenticeships or university.
In GCSEs, 59% of Haverstock students achieved the Grade 4 (old C) standard in both English and maths and more than 110 of our students are now moving into Haverstock School Sixth Form.
Top GCSE performers include Rezbieara Rahman with one Grade 9, two Grade 7s, three A*s and 2As, Adiba Shuva with to Grade 8, one grade 7 and six A*s and Misaki Azuma with two Grade 8s, one Grade 7, one A* and four A grades.
Haverstock’s Sixth Form results mean that more than 90% of our students are now off to university or moving into training and career-related options including Higher Apprenticeships.
Top A-Level performers included Mohammed Miah with 2A*, 1A, Nadirah Miah with 2A, 1B and Deneice McIntosh and Saye Monnan both with 1A, 2B.
James Hadley, new Headteacher says, “Congratualtions to all of our students – they have met the challenge faced by the new GCSEs and A-Levels and we are delighted that so many have achieved their dreams of going to university or joining our Sixth Form. Our students have been supported throughout by a talented group of colleagues and we are all very proud of their achievements. We’re really looking forward to building on this success in the coming year.”