A-level results: Kantor King Solomon 'delighted' with grades
PUBLISHED: 14:45 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:45 16 August 2018
Students and staff at Kantor King Solomon High School put on their metaphorical party hats this morning after 94per cent of pupils passed their A-level exams.
The school on Forest Road, Barkingside expressed their congratulations to their former Years 13s including Jack Palmer who achieved three A*s and is going to study biochemistry at the University of Oxford and Zachary Igielman who achieved three A*s and is going to study electronics and computer engineering at the University of Leeds.
Subjects that pupils did particularly well in include maths, further maths and religious studies with 83pc getting A*-C and 50pc receiving A*-A.
A spokesman for Kantor King Solomon said: “We would like to congratulate all of our students and a wish them well as they take up their university places, start employment or head off on their gap year.
“Some of our students overcame some particularly challenging personal circumstances to achieve excellent exam results and this is due to the support which was offered to all students by the school and their own hard work.”
Hannele Reece, headteacher added: “We are delighted for all our students, and we wish them well as they take their next steps.
“We are incredibly proud of all our students.”