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A-level results 2018: ‘Legacy of success’ continues at Seven Kings High School

PUBLISHED: 13:38 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 13:38 16 August 2018

Seven Kings High School pupils continue a

Seven Kings High School pupils continue a "legacy of success". Photo: Seven Kings High School

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A “legacy of success” continues at Seven Kings High School, this morning’s A-level examination results have revealed.

Leyha Manampadi got three A*s and will study political science and international relations at Birmingham University. Photo: Seven Kings High SchoolLeyha Manampadi got three A*s and will study political science and international relations at Birmingham University. Photo: Seven Kings High School

Nervous Year 13 pupils braved the wet and windy weather to head in to school, in Ley Street, to find out their exam results today (August 16).

The breakdown of grades has come in with 75pc A*-Cs.

Headteacher Jane Waters said: “We are extremely proud of our students and staff and the continuing legacy of success at Seven Kings.”

Among the highest achievers is Urooj Fatema, who got three A*s and is set to study Medicine at Imperial College London.

Navdeep Bhatia got an AAB and has won a place on a School Leaver Programme with service company EY. Photo: Seven Kings High SchoolNavdeep Bhatia got an AAB and has won a place on a School Leaver Programme with service company EY. Photo: Seven Kings High School

Gaurav Sharma, achieved one A* and two As is will be studying law at Warwick Univesity.

With three straight A* grades, Leyha Manampadi will be studying political science and international relations at Birmingham University.

Other students will be studying subject ranging from dentistry to engineering to english at a range of universities including University College London, Kings College London, Durham University and Manchester University.

An increasing number of students have also applied for apprenticeships and school leaver programmes, with some pupils moving on to confirmed placements with organisations including service companies KPMG and EY, Heathrow airport, Transport for London and technology company IBM.

Urooj Fatema achieved 3 A*s and will study medicine at Imperial College London. Photo: Seven Kings High SchoolUrooj Fatema achieved 3 A*s and will study medicine at Imperial College London. Photo: Seven Kings High School

For instance, Maryam Jumani moves on to a school leaver programme with JP Morgan after be supported to complete her A-Levels over a three years.

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