Regent Sixth Form results successes
Regent Sixth Form students and staff celebrated another very successful year of A Level, BTEC National, Cambridge Technical and AS Level results on 17 August.
A number of students were successful in securing places at a range of universities, including UCL, SOAS, Middlesex and the University of Kent. These ambitious students will be studying a variety of courses, ranging from Economics to Accounting and Finance, and Child Nursing to English.
Students have also been successful in securing apprenticeships with organisations including Camden Council, in areas such as healthcare and IT support.
Outstanding individual performances included:
Nacima Mohamed, who was awarded an A* in A Level Mathematics and A grades in Economics and Further Mathematics. Nacima will be progressing on to UCL to read Economics, with the intention of exploring a career in policy-making;
Tatenda Kirya, who achieved an A in A Level History and Bs in A Level English Literature and Sociology. Tatenda spoke of the ‘good support system’ at Regent Sixth Form that helped him to achieve such strong grades;
Nazifa Begum, who achieved an A in Psychology, and Bs in Religious Education and Sociology.
Students studying BTEC National and Cambridge Technical courses also excelled. A total of 12 students achieved the coveted triple Distinction*, the highest achievement in the BTEC and Cambridge Technical courses.
Year 12 students also celebrated success at AS Level. The top performing AS Level student was Mobin Ahmadi, who achieved A/A/A/A in AS Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. Mobin hopes to study Medicine at university and spoke of the importance of considering career options from the start of Year 12.
Headteacher, Gary Moore, said: “I am absolutely delighted and proud that our students have achieved such impressive results, which have enabled them to secure places at university and on apprenticeships.
“These results are evidence of the students’ hard work and dedication during their studies at Regent Sixth Form, and the consistently high quality of teaching from our staff.”
Headteacher Gary Moore and Assistant Headteacher Daniel Charlton congratulate Nacima Mohamed.