Sixth Form Exam Results Day 2023
Oaks Park students have once again achieved excellent results in both A-Levels and BTEC qualifications. Students have been able to progress to university places, apprenticeships or employment opportunities.
The vast majority of Oaks Park High School's students have gained places at their first-choice universities. This accomplishment reflects the school's commitment to helping students achieve their higher education aspirations. Additionally, the school has maintained its strong track record of placing a substantial number of students in Russell Group universities, showcasing the institution's dedication to fostering academic excellence and preparing students for success in highly competitive environments.
The cohort has done incredibly well given the disruption throughout their school careers and the return to pre pandemic norms for A Level qualifications and grading. Students were rightfully thrilled with the results they received today, which enabled them to progress to their desired destinations in academia or employment.
A selection of students results and destinations include:
- Rayya Ahmmed (A*A*A) Law at University of Warwick
- Ayesha Malik (A*AA) Medicine at Anglia Ruskin University
- Leya Salah (A*AA) Law at University of Nottingham
- Maisha Subhan (A*AA) Law at Queen Mary University of London
- Arman Bassi (AAAB) Sport and Exercise Medical Sciences at King's College London
- Chinazaekpele Jideonwo-Edun (AAA) Medicine at Hull York Medical School
- Roshan Raviraj (AAA) Mechanical Engineering at Queen Mary University of London
- Hanifa Rahim (A*AB) Electronic Engineering at King’s College London
- Mohammad Hafiz (A*A Distinction) Accounting & Finance at Queen Mary University of London
- Miguel Artiga (AAB) Medicine at Hull York Medical School
- Irina Anton (AAB) Film and Television at University of the Arts London
- Rajpreet Athwal (AAB) Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London
These achievements, and those of all the students, are a great source of pride to Headteacher Joanne Hamill, who said: “I extend my heartfelt congratulations to all our students on their remarkable accomplishments. These results not only symbolise the end of one chapter but also mark the beginning of new and exciting opportunities. I am very grateful to all the hard working staff at Oaks Park who have supported and inspired the students during the past two years maintaining the high expectations and standards that our school community prides itself upon’.
Throuhhout the year students have continued to be provided with our nationally recognised Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance. This has enabled them to secure high calibre apprenticeships and alternative degree pathways.
Mark Mungovan, Pastoral Leader for Year 13 commented: “The students have put in a large amount of effort to complete their UCAS applications and to undertake a wide range of extra curricular activities that have provided the foundations for their next steps. It is a pleasure to see so many of our students progress to their desired destinations and I look forward to hearing about their continued success in the future.”