Students and staff at Lambeth Academy are celebrating after receiving their GCSE and A Level results.
At GCSE, 56% of students achieved at least five A*-C grades at GCSE including English and maths – an increase on last year’s results. The academy performed similarly well in the Government’s new BASICS measure with 59% of students receiving A*-C in English and maths.
There were a number of individual successes including:
- Michael Lieu who secured 9 A*/ A;
- Djamal Youssouf with 9 A*/A;
- Akhere Ihoeghinlan with 7 A*/A;
- Jamie Flatters with 7 A*/A;
- Sharika Brown who secured 7A*/A.
These results come on top of last week’s A Level success in which, once again, students achieved an 100% pass rate and secured places at universities and colleges of their choice. More students from the academy are now going to Russell Group universities than ever before.
A Level successes included:
- Mabel Chu who achieved an A and 2 Bs and will be reading Psychology at University of Sheffield;
- Angela Giraldo with 2As, a B and a C who will be reading Geography at University of Bristol;
- Crystal Nwgagboso with an A, a B and a C who will be reading Philosophy at Kings College, University of London;
- Ryan Gall with an A, a B and a C who will be reading Chinese at SOAS, University of London.
Jan Shadick, Executive Principal of Lambeth Academy, said:
“This summer’s results have once again shown improvement in Lambeth Academy’s results and are evidence of our direction of travel as a school. I’d like to congratulate all our students who have done so well in their exams and thank all our staff for the key role they play in the academy’s success.
“Over the past few years we have been making steady progress across the school and at all key stages. We are never complacent, however, and will continue to be relentless in giving our students every encouragement, support and assistance they need throughout their time at Lambeth Academy.”