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19/07/19

Retweetd From Anna-Devi Nagtalon

My young people are so talented!!! Every so often they gift me with beautiful things like this! My YP said 'Miss! I drew you!' 😍 Isn't it amazing?! https://t.co/dt6kpVl6pf

19/07/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

The winners of the 2019 sports day are ... 🔴 RAMANUJAN HOUSE 🔴 !!!!! Well done Mr Pope and all the staff and students associated with Ramanujan house. 👏🎉 https://t.co/24TYJYTIuP

19/07/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

The rain is not stopping sports day 2019 as every student is taking part in a packed day of sporting activity. What house will take home the Chobham academy sports day shield? Will Adichie defend their title? https://t.co/Mhvq4L7zA9

18/07/19

More Activities Day fun! https://t.co/b45yOQLM4u

18/07/19

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Mr Samolis’s form with the luxury of a carriage to themselves enjoy reading on the train https://t.co/lh2D2D2l5k

18/07/19

Pupils were highly motivated to collect as much litter as possible. They were rewarded with ice cream for their hard work! https://t.co/bCXYkEDLUs

18/07/19

Chobham Academy pupils completing a highly rewarding Plastic Patrol to better understand our impact on the environment. https://t.co/kg1UwbIeUP

17/07/19

Students having a great time at the IWM! https://t.co/lkphPg07JK

17/07/19

Students enjoying The Clink Prison - Sean said that knowing how people were punished at that time made him more aware of the changes in humanitarian rights https://t.co/a84hUmDFx9

17/07/19

Stopping by the Extinction Rebellion protests en route to the Imperial War Museum https://t.co/NAZVZDrAUp

17/07/19

Bumping into Year 12 students (plus Junior) exploring the Japanese gardens https://t.co/H9nEZJUSHi

17/07/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Ramble and a spot of lunch https://t.co/YpVvSH20sO

17/07/19

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The perfect day :)

17/07/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Up close with the locals https://t.co/B8r92XXHKc

17/07/19

As part of activities day students are visiting Tower Bridge, learning about the history of the bridge and sitting on the glass floor! https://t.co/hZB6RA1cRV

17/07/19

Museum of Brands Trip https://t.co/O6rWYa5WI6

17/07/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Golf has begun with 15 lucky students https://t.co/UB5eOOWq0q

17/07/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Nice swing!! https://t.co/bu1xgIesvN

16/07/19

Retweetd From Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

We’re very proud to have been awarded the Green Flag Award for our sixth consecutive year! 🎉 It would not have been possible without the hard work of everyone who keeps the Park excellently maintained and looking beautiful! 🙌 https://t.co/FBc9IX3wwC

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Posted on August 17th 2017

A Level Results 2017

Other outstanding individual Year 13 performances include:

  • Afsana Begum, studied Government & Politics, History and Religious Studies, achieving AA*A. She is planning on going SOAS to study Politics and History.
  • Fatima Khan studied Art & Design, Economics and Mathematics, achieving A*BA. Fatima is planning on studying Engineering and Architectural Design at UCL.
  • Shaya Tiyana Small studies English Literature, Psychology and Sociology, achieving ABA*. Shaya is planning on studying Psychology at University of Leicester.
  • Eleanor Rose Duplock studied English Literature, History and Sociology, achieving AAA*,and will be going to LSE to study Social Policy.
  • Milda Smaizyte studied English Literature, Psychology and Sociology, achieving AAB and will be going to Goldsmiths to study Forensic Psychology.

In total, 13.5% of students attained A*-A and 36% attained A*-B. The average grade attained by students in their A levels was a C grade, and Distinction + for vocational subjects. Nearly all students secured their chosen place at university, a triumphant result given our students come from one of the most socially deprived areas in London.

Executive Principal Rebecca Hickey stated, 'It is a fantastic achievement for Asmaa to have achieved an Oxford University place, and testament to her hard work and dedication. I am very proud of the quality of our students' results across a very broad range of subjects. We wish them all the very best of luck in their university careers.'

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Jerin Anisah Abddin – Studied Economics, History and Psychology achieving A*AB. Jerin is planning on studying Law at Queen Mary University.

Serina Kaur Sanger – Studied Drama, Eng Literature and History achieving AAA. Serina is planning on studying American and Canadian Literature, History and Culture at the University of Nottingham.