GCSE results: Arts and Media School Islington excels in… science


Published:
12:31 25 August 2016



Updated:
8:06 PM October 15, 2020

Students at the School of Arts and Media were jumping for joy today, with some particularly bright students in science.


Madeleine Jolliffe, Bruna Manera Rocha, Ruth Ogundamisi, Bulent Duyer, Ato-Kwamena Crentsil, Wail Ouariache, Suha Abdullahi celebrate Aces and A*s, Arts & Media School Islington students receive their GCSE results, London, UK -United, August 25, 2016
– Credit: Archant

All chemistry exams received an A* to C grade, with 96% of supplemental science and 88% of triple science exams also earning passing grades.

Many students will now go to sixth form colleges like UCL Academy and Woodhouse, and principal Diana Osigie is full of praise for the students.

“I’m absolutely thrilled for all of them,” she said.

“Our results continue to improve each year and we are delighted that so many students have fulfilled their potential.”


Madeleine Jolliffe, Bruna Manera Rocha, Ruth Ogundamisi, Bulent Duyer, Ato-Kwamena Crentsil, Wail Ou

Madeleine Jolliffe, Bruna Manera Rocha, Ruth Ogundamisi, Bulent Duyer, Ato-Kwamena Crentsil, Wail Ouariache, Suha Abdullahi celebrate Aces and A*s, Arts & Media School Islington students receive their GCSE results, London, UK -United, August 25, 2016
– Credit: Archant

For all of today’s results, click here


Madeleine Jolliffe, Bruna Manera Rocha, Ruth Ogundamisi, Bulent Duyer, Ato-Kwamena Crentsil, Wail Ou

Madeleine Jolliffe, Bruna Manera Rocha, Ruth Ogundamisi, Bulent Duyer, Ato-Kwamena Crentsil, Wail Ouariache, Suha Abdullahi celebrate Aces and A*s, Arts & Media School Islington students receive their GCSE results, London, UK -United, August 25, 2016
– Credit: Archant

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