Swakeleys School has taken things ‘to the max’ for the fourth year running.

The 100 per cent pass rate complements a very good 85 per cent A-C grade pass rate.

High-flyers included Saalim Tungekar A*,A*, A, A in maths, biology, physics and chemistry; Holly Baker A*, A*, A, in biology, chemistry and maths; Samita Sall A*, A*, A, in biology, maths, history; and Megan O’Gara A*, A, A, in sociology, history, government and politics.

Saalim is going to Bath University to study mechanical engineering, Holly to Imperial

College London to study biochemistry, Samita to Warwick to read history and

Megan to Sheffield University to study history and politics.

The moment of truth for pupils at Swakeleys School in Hillingdon
 

Headteacher of the school in Clifton Gardens, Hillingdon, Sue Pryor, said: “We are particularly pleased that we have been able to achieve these results in the light of the changes the Government have made to A-levels.

“This is the first year that students have not been able to sit January modules. Results in the Sciences and maths have been particularly strong with 20 per cent of grades in A-level maths, and biology being the top A*.

“Vocational results were also outstanding with all achieving merit or distinction across the board. All health and social care candidates achieved triple A*.

“We are extremely proud of the achievements of all of our students.”

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