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A-Level results 2019: Kingsbury High School ‘outperforms’ national grade statistic says head teacher

PUBLISHED: 14:28 16 August 2019

Nickush Bhudia of Kingsbury High School got three A* in his A-levels. Picture: Kingsbury High

Nickush Bhudia of Kingsbury High School got three A* in his A-levels. Picture: Kingsbury High

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Sixth form pupils in Kingsbury have outperformed the national trend in dipping grades according to their headmaster.

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While national grades were down to 25.5pc, Kingsbury High School, in Princes Avenue, outstripped the national average with 27pc of sixth form students achieving grades A*/A.

Head Alex Thomas said: "Well done to our Year 13 on some fantastic results. Sixty per cent achieved A*- B grades and 27%pc achieved A*/A. It is really exciting to see us continue with a large percentage of top grades and the number of A*-A and Distinction* achieved. Thank you to all our staff for their hard work in supporting the students receiving results today."

He added: "We are delighted with the over 95pc moving on to university and the range of destinations reflects the good results and the opportunities Kingsbury has to offer."


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