Three or more good A-level grades for 70 per cent of students at Copland Community School in Wembley
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.
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