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Year 11 Results 2023




24 August 2023: All at Regent High School are celebrating today as they announce their 2023 GCSE, BTEC, Cambridge National and VCert examination results showing a significant improvement from our 2019 outcomes. 

These excellent set of results reveal the dedication and resilience of our students and educators in the face of unprecedented circumstances over the past few years. The collective efforts of the entire Regent High School community have produced results that highlight the true essence of adaptability and determination.

With success in hand the year 11 students are now able to continue their education either in Regent High School’s growing academic sixth form or at an alternative sixth form college to study towards A Level, BTEC or Cambridge National qualifications. The future is certainly bright!

Outstanding individual performances include:

Nawal Mohamed, a former pupil of Richard Cobden Primary School was awarded an outstanding two grade 9s in Biology and English Language, three grade 8s in Arabic, Chemistry and History, three grade 7s in Maths, Physics and English Literature and three grade 6s in Chemistry, Business and Spanish and will use this success to study Biology, Psychology and Chemistry at Regent Sixth Form.  Her aspiration is to one day study Medicine at University. Nawal advises younger students to “start revision as early as you can – little by little and try to practice active recall’, as she found this really helpful. She would also like to thank her teachers who really supported her over the past few years.

Ava Mogaji, scored a fantastic three grade 9s in English Language, History and RE, a grade 8 in English Literature and two grade 7s in Art & Design and French. We are incredibly proud of her achievements as they are the result of hard work and dedication. Ava would like to continue onto A Levels.

Yassine Hanou, did exceptionally well achieving a 9 in History, four grade 8s in Geography, Maths, English Literature and Drama, two grade 7s in Biology and Chemistry and three grade 6s in English Language, Physics and Further Maths. The progress Yassine has made in Regent High School is exceptional and he has achieved all of this alongside his extra-curricular commitments in school shows, our school council and as part of the Camden Youth Parliament. Yassine would like to progress on to studying Geography and History in the Regent High School sixth form with further ambition to attend Leeds University to read Transport Studies. Yassine said the teachers at Regent High School “supported me (him) every step of the way” and that the preparation and additional support when he needed it was outstanding.

Bilgun Battulga, formerly of Kingsgate Primary School, achieved an impressive grade 9 in Maths, five grade 8s in Geography, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Further Maths, three grade 7s in English Language, English Literature and French and grade 6s in Music and Product Design. He can’t wait to start his A Lebel courses at Regent High School in Maths, Geography and Economics. He said that his teachers were “so supportive and took every opportunity to help me (him) get better at each topic”. His advice to his younger peers is simple. “Before revising eat, sleep and exercise”.

Mohammed Fahim Uddin, arrived with his exceptionally proud family as he opened his fantastic results. He achieved a grade 9 in Business, four grade 8s in Geography, Sociology, Chemistry and Physics, three grade 7s in English Language, Maths and Biology and a grade 6 in English Literature. These brilliant grades will support his studies in Biology, Physics and Business in the Regent High School sixth form. He found that his friendships have been really useful to help support his success at school alongside “strong teaching”. He wishes our next cohort of year 11s huge amounts of luck and tells them to “start revision early”.

Idris Mohamud, who went to Richard Cobden Primary School when he was younger, achieved a brilliant four grade 8s in Maths, History, English Language and English Literature, four grade 7s in Art & Design, Sociology, Biology and Chemistry and a grade 6 in Physics.  Idris is really proud of his grades, especially in Art & Design and History. He is ambitious and would like to study four A Level qualification in Maths, Chemistry, Physics and Art & Design. He would love to study Astronomy one day at University. Idris noted that the teachers support at Regent High School was really integral to his success and advises that our younger students “start early” with their revision.

Tayebb Chowdhury, who came to Regent High School from Argyle Primary School, was elated as his open his results of five grade 8s in Geography, Maths, Sociology, English Language and English Literature, a grade 7 in physics and two grade 6s in Biology and Chemistry. As he celebrated with his friends he said that “if it wasn’t for Regent High School I wouldn’t have achieved so highly. The teachers and our Head of Year were so supportive – I couldn’t have asked for better!” He wants our younger students to know that “if you have a good work ethic and determination you will flourish”.

Regent High school continues to excel in certain subjects with stand out performances in Art & Design, Business, Maths (including Further Maths), BTEC Sport and Sciences.  Grade 9s were achieved in subjects as diverse as Art & Design, Business Studies, English Language and Literature, History, Maths, RE, Russian, Biology, Sociology and Spanish. Four Distinctions were awarded in BTTEC Sport, three Distinctions in ICT Cambridge National and 4 grade As in VCert Child development students, demonstrating the strength of teaching and learning in vocational subjects as well as across the schools portfolio of GCSE courses.

Gary Moore, Headteacher of Regent High School, said: ‘I am absolutely thrilled by this incredible set of results. These results are a testament to our dedicated teaching and support staff as well as our diligent and ambitious students. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank our families. Their support is integral to the success of our students, especially over the past few years. I couldn’t be prouder.”