Three or more good A-level grades for 70 per cent of students at Copland Community School in Wembley
PUBLISHED: 16:32 14 August 2014 | UPDATED: 16:45 14 August 2014
The headteacher of Copland Community School has announced 70 per cent of students achieved three or more good A-level grades.
In a statement sent to the Times, Dr Richard Marshall, said: “I am delighted that so many students have achieved the results they needed to gain a place at their first choice University.
“It is a credit to the students and staff that Copland’s A level results exceeded our targets with several students achieving three A grades at A level and 70 per cent achieving three or more good grades.”
Students who achieved exceptional results were Adriana-Angela Bondor, Kadar Jama, Hafsa Mbarak, Viren Hurani Charbel Al-Rachid, Sanaulah Amanzada, Odirachukwumma Ajebe, Priya Patel, Aneesa Qadir and Bavin Patel who all achieved 3 or more A*- B grades.
Next month the school in Cecil Avenue, Wembley, converts to an academy and will be renamed Ark Elvin.
Annabel Bates will become the school’s headteacher and a new uniform will be introduced.