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PUBLISHED: 10:24 25 August 2016 | UPDATED: 14:00 25 August 2016

Students celebrate GCSE results.

Students celebrate GCSE results.

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The forecourt at Loxford School Trust was a hive of activity as pupils buzzed about sharing their results with friends and family.

Anita Johnson, chief executive officer said the GCSE results at Loxford Lane, Ilford, were above national average in every single subject.

“The trust has gone up by 8 per cent on last year,” she said.

Pupils at Loxford School of Science and Technology posing proudly with their results.Pupils at Loxford School of Science and Technology posing proudly with their results.

“I am massively proud of the students.”

Alexander Skowronski, 16, worked hard to get high grades and said he was very happy.

Sohaib bagged an impressive eight As and three A*s, while Harkaran was thrilled to achieve six A*s and three As.Sohaib bagged an impressive eight As and three A*s, while Harkaran was thrilled to achieve six A*s and three As.

“I struggled to sleep last night, I was nervous and it was so hot,” he said.

“I worked hard for them and will celebrate by going for a meal with my family and taking a girl I met on a date.”

Jumping with happiness.Jumping with happiness.

Aisha Saujani, 16 achieved four A*s, four As and three Bs.

“I am hoping my family will surprise me, I did lots of work,” she said

Alexander Skowronski,16, Aisha Saujani,16, Abdullah Khan,16.Alexander Skowronski,16, Aisha Saujani,16, Abdullah Khan,16.

Her older sister chipped in the conversation adding “You will get a surprise Aisha, but you are not having a puppy.”

Sohaib Zia, 16, found out he had been awarded eight As and three A*s this morning.

“I spent a lot of nights staying up late and I put a lot of work in,” he said.

“I’m not going out to celebrate I am going home to recover and then I will start preparing for my A-levels.”

Nishat Rahman 16 was also very please with her results and said she was going home to “eat cake” in celebration, while Omar Syed, 16 said he was “Really happy”.


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