Three of our A Level students gain Oxbridge places

Special congratulations to our students Omaima Ali, James Simkins and Shahir Ahmadi who have been admitted to Oxbridge and will start their undergraduate courses this autumn.

Omaima Ali obtained some phenomenal A-Level results (A*A*A*)  which enabled her to fulfill her lifetime ambition to train to become a doctor and will begin her course in Medicine at Oxford University in September. Omaima said “I have really enjoyed all my time at Alperton Community School. The teachers really care about us and push us hard to achieve our ambitions”.

James Simkins who also did fantastically well in the A Level exams (A*A*A*A) will begin a degree in Chemical Engineering at Cambridge University this September. James said “I am so proud of my results and the results of my friends.  I would like to thank the teachers who helped me to achieve my dreams”.

Another student accepted to Cambridge university and who also obtained some tremendous A Level results (A*A*A) is Shahir Ahmadi. Shahir will start his degree in Natural Sciences in September.

We are very proud of our students and we wish to congratulate them for all their hard work and their excellent achievements.

Our Headteacher Gerard McKenna, said “once again, our students have performed exceptionally well at A Level.  I believe we achieved excellent outcomes because we aspire to provide every student with an outstanding education within a supportive, vibrant and stimulating learning environment.  We have established a strong track record of enabling every student to reach their full academic and personal potential.  I am sure that our results will improve again next year when our new school will open and the students will have even better facilities and resources”.