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Tears of joy and celebration as students across the Oasis family collect their GCSE results

Tears of joy and celebration as students across the Oasis family collect their GCSE results

The wait for GCSE results is over as students across the country returned to school one final time to collect their grades, and the current coronavirus pandemic hasn’t dampened spirits for final year students at Oasis Academies across the country as they look forward to taking their next steps today after securing some great results.

From the North to the South Coast, students have achieved superb individual results.

At Oasis Academy Coulsdon Keerthi Mahesh had cause for celebration as he received ten grade 9s and one grade 8, including grade 9s in Biology, Chemistry, and Maths which will serve him well as he goes on to study them as A Level in the hopes of one day studying medicine at University. After opening his results, Keerthi said “I would like to thank my teachers for their support. It has been stressful, but they have been with us all the way”.

At Oasis Academy Enfield Emmani has secured an impressive 9 grade 9’s in English, Maths, Triple science, French, History and Business Studies. She will be going on to Ark John Keats to study A-levels and would like to become an entrepreneur in the future. Paromita also achieved some amazing grades with 7 9’s and an 8 in French and will be studying A-Levels at LAE Tottenham.

At Oasis Academy Immingham a massive congratulations to Melani Histova who achieved the academy’s highest progress score of +3.35, including two grade 9s and five grade 8s and a distinction.

At Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey Tamuka C has secured two 9’s in combined Science, a 9 in English Literature and an 8 in English Language, amongst other incredible results. Tamuka will be heading to Canterbury College in September to study her A-levels. Ben D is another student who has performed fantastically well, achieving grades 8 and 7 in combined Science and 7’s in English, and will be returning to the Sixth Form in September to study Dance, Drama and Psychology.

At Oasis Academy Lister Park Sajida Ema and Atyab Mohammed were the academy’s highest achieving students, securing grade 9s in all their subjects. Both Sajida and Atyab will be going on to study A-levels in sixth form colleges in Bradford. Other high achieving students are Nahyaab Hussain, who secured top grades in physics, chemistry, biology, and history, and Shaheer Khan, who also achieved grade 8s in all 3 sciences and maths. He is now planning to study maths and sciences at A’ Level.

At Oasis Academy Lord’s Hill Annie Nguyen has secured a grade 8 in English Literature and 5 grade 9s in English Language, Maths, Geography and Combined Science. She will be going to Peter Symonds to study A-level Maths and Science.

At Oasis Academy MediaCityUK Olivia Watson secured a number of grade 8’s and 9’s. She will be going to Xaverian college to study Science A levels. David Mankondo has also secured several of the highest grades including 8’s and 9’s. He will be going on to Future Skills at Salford College to study Technology and would like to become an Independent Game Developer. Rachel Boardman has secured amazing results including the coveted grade 9 and a number of grade 8’s.

Speaking of their results Olivia Watson said, “I am so happy with my results! I worked really hard, but I was still nervous coming here today and my results are amazing”.

At Oasis Academy Silvertown Aaliyah Chamberlain has secured nine grade 9s in each of her GCSEs. She hopes to study Chemistry, Biology, Maths and English Literature A Levels at Brampton Manor. Amilia Fladsrud achieved five grade 9s and 4 grade 8s.

At Oasis Academy South Bank Mohammed, the academy’s head boy achieved some outstanding results 88776554, and he will re-join us in Sixth Form in September to continue fighting the good fight, making our community the best, most inclusive place it can be.

At Oasis Academy Wintringham there have been some superb individual results including those of Jonathan Bruning who secured grade 9s in English Language, Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Geography and grade 8s in English Literature, Physics and French. Phoebe Sainsbury also secured grade 9s in Maths, Science and Geography as well as grade 8s in English Language and Literature and Level 2 Distinctions in Music and Performing Arts.

Daniel Marsh