Regent High School results successes
Regent High School is once again celebrating the impressive performances of students in this year’s GCSE examinations. The results mean that students will have access to a wide selection of courses for post-16 study, providing a firm foundation for success as they progress to Regent Sixth Form or elsewhere, to study a variety of A Level, BTEC National and Cambridge Technical courses.
Stand-out individual performances include:
Mohammed Jaman, who previously attended St George the Martyr C of E Primary School, achieved a brilliant two grade 8s – equivalent to an A* – one A*, one grade 7 – equivalent to an A – a further five As, two Bs and a C;
Muslima Bilkis, formerly of Argyle Primary School, achieved an 8, 7 and 6 in Mathematics and English, one A* and a further 5As, 2Bs and a C;
Sadim Khan, who went to Edith Neville Primary School, achieved 8, 6, 6 in English and Mathematics and a further 6 A grades, 2 B grades and a Distinction;
Akbar Hussain, a former pupil of Netley Primary School, achieved 8, 6, 6 in English and Mathematics and a further 6 As, 1 B and 1 C;
Fenton Tang Wain, who joined Regent High School in Year 9, achieved 7, 7, 5 in English and Mathematics, 1 A*, 4 A grades and 2 B grades.
An exceptional performance was put in by Noreen Choudhury – who attended Edith Neville Primary School when she was younger – who achieved a grade 9 – the highest of the new-format GCSE grades – in English Literature.
Mohammed Jaman said that the teachers at Regent High School had supported him to do so well by ‘preparing us for our exams and by motivating us and extending our abilities’. Mohammed will be studying A Levels at Regent Sixth Form in readiness for applying to university to study Medicine. Muslima Bilkis appreciated the supportive teachers at Regent High School ‘reminding me that I can do it and encouraging me to keep going; they told me I had potential’. Muslima will be studying A Level Geography, History, Mathematics and Psychology at Regent Sixth Form in September, with the intention of going to university after her A Levels.
Gary Moore, Headteacher, commented: ‘I would like to congratulate our students, who have worked tremendously hard to achieve these excellent results, and the committed and dedicated staff who have supported our students with consistently high quality teaching. These results reflect our students’ very strong progress, regardless of their starting points, and prepare them for future successes.’
Gary Moore, Headteacher, and Mohammed Jaman
Headteacher, Gary Moore, and Muslima Bilkis