GCSE Results

gcse1We are delighted with another year of excellent GCSE results. Both English and maths grades improved for the third consecutive year and remain above national average.  The high volume of the new top grade 9 in English and mathematics is a testament to the hard work put in with 19 students achieving this new elite grade.

Many students received these new grades in both English and mathematics like Nafisa Ahrafi with 9s in English Literature and mathematics as well as an 8 in English Language, A*s in biology, chemistry, history, sociology and business studies and A grades in physics and religious studies.

“Mr Tyrell’s motto was always ‘fail to prepare, prepare to fail’ and I made sure that didn’t happen to me. The school had pushed me so hard to get my results and finally it has paid off. No one can truly understand how I am feeling. I am delighted to know I can finally go to Sixth Form and that is down to Warren.” – Nafisa Ashrafi

Aliya Oliveros achieved 9s in both English Language and Literature alongside an 8 in mathematics and A*s in biology, physics, Spanish and religious studies and A grades in chemistry, geography and art.

I was shocked once I saw my results – I did not expect some of my results to be so high. I couldn’t believe I could get a 9, let alone two! Hard work truly pays off in the end. I’m looking forward to pursuing a career in engineering in the future and I’ve never been so excited.” – Aliyah Oliveros

“I am in complete shock with the outcome of my results, I didn’t expect to do as well as I have done and it just goes to show how much hard work pays off. I’ve been told that my grades are as a result of my own efforts, but I believe that without the constant encouragement of all of my teachers and the year 11 team I wouldn’t have been able to do it. Thank you!” – Bolu Adekoya

Headteacher, Richard Micek, said, ‘Once again, the hard work of the staff and students has allowed the year 11s to leave with outstanding results and  pursue their preferred post-16 courses at the Warren School Sixth Form.’

gcse4gcse3gcse2Nafisa Ashrafi – 8, 9, 9, A*, A*, A*,A*,  A, A

Maisha Hayat – 8, 9, 9, A*, A*, A*, A*, A, B

Aliyah Oliveros– 9, 9, 8, A*, A*, A*, A*, A, A

Riddhi Patel– 6, 8, 9, A*, A*, A*, A*, A*, A

Boluwaji Adekoya– 6, 9, 8, A*, A*, A*, A*, A*, A*

Nimra Khan – 9, 9, 8, A*, A*, A, A, A, A, B

Lauren Flack– 7, 9, 8, A*, A*, A*, A, B, C

Mary Olufaderian – 7, 8, 9, A*, A*, A*, A, B, B

Harry Saddi – 7, 8, 8, A*, A*, A*, A, A, B

Easrat Bapari Akhtar – 6, 7, 8, A*, A*, A*, A*, A, A