So proud of their achievements
HOT on the heels of an excellent set of A level results, students at Northwood College for Girls achieved an equally impressive set of GCSE results.
Headmistress, Jacqualyn Pain was delighted with the girls’ results and keen to congratulate the students on their individual achievements, as well as the staff of the school for their overall success that helped 65% of the girls achieve A8-A and 87% gain A8-B.
She said: “It has been a fantastic morning giving the girls their results and I am so proud of each and every one of them.
“They all work tremendously hard throughout the year and these excellent results certainly reflect this. I am very pleased that so many of our GCSE students can now progress further with their education with confidence and a tremendous sense of achievement.”
The Chinese Department excelled yet again, with 100% of girls achieving A*-A, whilst Textile students created an equally brilliant picture with 100% of their results at A* - A.
One star performer was Disha Haria who achieved an outstanding 11 A*’s with a further 2 A*s in additional mathemat ics qualifications.
Through tears of joy Disha said: “I feel so shocked and relieved, I studied so hard and I am so proud that my grades reflected this. I can’t wait to tell my mum and dad – they will be so proud of me!”
Janika Patel achieved 7 A*s and 3 A’s with a further A*s in additional mathematics qualifications. “I am really happy with my results and I would like to thank all of my teachers as they were really supportive. I would love to eventually study Economics at university.”
Nivethanaa Pulavann achieved 8 A*s and 2 A’s, she said: “I feel so happy but also shocked, I would like to thank Northwood College for Girls and also my parents for both 2 motivating supporting me.”
Ezrin Valentine would like to study Medicine and she is well on her way, gaining 4 A*s including Biology and Chemistry and a further A* in an additional mathematics qualification.
“I am so proud of myself and I can’t wait to join Northwood College for Girls’ Sixth Form. My dream is to study at Oxford University and become a Doctor!” and
n RESULTS TO BE PROUD OF: Janika Patel, above, and Ezrin Valentine, below, celebrate with their families