The principal of an academy school in Brent is offering his congratulations to all of his A level pupils who received their results today.

Pupils at Capital City Academy in Doyle Gardens, Willesden received their A level results this morning, with 71 per cent of them achieving A* to C grades.

Principal, Alex Thomas said:  “We are proud to be able to congratulate all those who have received good grades today.

"Their commitment and hard work over the last 2 years in partnership with their teachers has paid off. The staff and Trustees wish all those going to university their best wishes.”

Antoine Gallimore
 

Antoine Gallimore started at Capital City Academy in year 7, he was pleasantly surprised to achieve good grades,  A* in philosophy and ethics, B in history and D in geography.

Antoine has accepted a place at his first choice university, Queens Mary University to study history.

He said: “I am so glad I chose to stay on for sixth form, one of my most memorable moments at school was when I took my GCSE history one year early and achieved an A*, it gave me the boost and

confidence I needed to continue on to A-levels.”

Aubenyia Levy
 

Aubenyia Levy moved to the UK from Jamaica at the age of 16, she started at Capital City

Academy in year 12 having taken no GCSE equivalents and never taken an exam.

She was determined to study as hard as possible as she knew she was capable of great things.

Aubenyia has now completed her A levels achieving three A grades and has gained a scholarship to Wolverhampton University to study health studies.

She plans to do a PGCE after completing her degree as she would like to become a lecturer at University.

She said: “The facilities and resources to support learning are amazing. The teachers always push you and encourage you to have an opinion and be independent thinkers.

"I knew exactly what I needed to do to succeed."

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