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Sixth Form Results 2023




17 August 2023: Regent High Schools’ Year 13 students and staff are celebrating the release of A Level, BTEC National and Cambridge Technical results. The national picture has seen a return to 2019 outcomes and the school is proud to highlight the remarkable achievements of several exceptional individuals.

Students have seen significant success in securing university places at a broad range of institutions, including: UCL; King’s College London; City, University of London; Nottingham University; Middlesex University; Queen Mary, University of London; SOAS, University of London; University of the Arts London; and Loughborough University. Students will be commencing higher study in a range of areas, ranging from Radiography to Architecture, and from Geography to History & International Business.

A record number of students have chosen to start their careers by undertaking highly competitive apprenticeships in areas such as Media Studies, Radiography and Business.

Among the many success stories, standout individuals who have exceeded expectations include:


Samsam Abdinasir achieved outstanding A*, A, Distinction grades in Geography, English Literature and Health & Social Care.  Samsam is looking forward to starting her first-choice undergraduate degree at Kings College London in Geography and is excited to see where this takes her. Samsam said that the encouragement she has received at Regent High School was incredible. She thanks her teachers for the consistently set, personal targets which she thinks really helped her on her pathway to success.

Rabab Kasim achieved fantastic A*, A, B grades in English Literature, History and Politics. A former pupil of Richard Cobden Primary School, Rabab will also be joining Kings College London to study History and International Relations.  She aspires to one day either work for the government or to join the teaching profession. Rabab advises students just about to embark on their A levels to “stay organised and disciplined…every moment you spend revising is valuable”.

Mariem Hamadi achieved an impressive A, Distinction, Distinction grades in Art & Design and Applied Science. These fantastic set of results has secured her place to study Radiography at City, University of London. Mariem is extremely grateful to all of her teachers here at Regent High School saying that “they were always so supportive and knew how to help me continually improve – I will always be incredibly grateful”.

Mohammed Mahin Ahmed achieved A, B, B grades in Economics, Maths and Politics.  Mohammed attended St Mary & St Pancras Primary School when he was younger, and will be joining SOAS, University of London to study Economics. He sees this choice of degree as an exciting next step and provides versatility for his future endeavours. Mohammed wishes to thank all his teachers and his advice to younger students is to “start revising early on”. Mohammed would highly recommend studying in Regent High School’s sixth form saying that “the teachers are real specialists and will support you every step of the way. The resources available to you are also brilliant”.

These students have demonstrated exceptional dedication, hard work, and a true passion for their subjects, embodying the values and ethos of Regent High School.


With high achievement seen across all subjects there is significant success seen in Art & Design, History and Geography. One student, who achieved an A* in Art & Design said that she was “really proud of my grade after 2 years of hard work”. They will be continuing her studies of Art at University of Arts London after a summer internship at Anthony Gormley’s studio.


Cathryn Israel, Assistant Headteacher and Head of Sixth Form at Regent High School, said: “Our students have shown tremendous resilience and determination, and we are immensely proud of each student's progress and their achievements. This year 13 cohort started their Sixth Form studies having not sat public examinations in Year 11, and have overcome adversity in their first externally-set and marked examinations.  Our dedicated teachers, staff and students’ families have worked tirelessly to adapt to the changing circumstances and provided outstanding support as our growing sixth form continues to flourish”.



Regent High School remains steadfast in its dedication to nurturing students' talents and fostering a supportive learning environment.  As the school continues its journey towards academic excellence and an ambitious education for all, Regent High School extends its heartfelt congratulations to all students for their efforts, resilience, and individual triumphs. The school looks forward to the next academic year with renewed enthusiasm, inspired by the remarkable stories of success that have emerged from this year's sixth form results.