Summer 2022: SPW6 Students Celebrate Another Year of Outstanding Achievements and top University Destinations
The 2022 cohort of St Paul's Way Sixth Form is once again celebrating outstanding A Level results and top university destinations. We are immensely proud of all students, who have excelled despite significant disruptions to their GCSE examinations in 2020 and having not experienced public examinations for seven years. Students rose above these challenges and displayed incredible resilience, patience and motivation. They are now ready for the exciting next stages of their academic journeys.
Amongst the many outstanding achievements in the STEM subjects, Tariq Aziz, one of our Cambridge applicants, received an A* in Further Maths and Maths, and an A in Economics. He has successfully met his offer to read Maths at the University of Cambridge.
Jariya Begum received the highest set of results with three A*s in Economics, Maths and Religious Education. She is going on to study Economics at University College London.
Sameer Ahmed achieved an A* in Computer Science and Maths and an A in Physics. He is going on to study Computer Science at King’s college London.
Kaiser Hussain was one of our few students who studied 4 A levels in STEM subjects and his results were A* in Further Maths and Maths, an A in Chemistry and a B in Biology. He is pursuing a degree in Engineering at King’s College London.
In the Arts and Humanities subjects, Farjana Begum has achieved grades B in History, B in RE and B in sociology. Following these results, Farjana has now been offered an unconditional offer to read History at King’d College London.
Musheda Rahi Rahman also had success in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Musheda received an A* in Economics and Sociology, as well as an A in Government and Politics. Mursheda plans on going to University College London to study Social Sciences.
Senior Student leaders
Nadia Hussein and Abdullah Ihsan, have played a pivotal role in leading the school council and representing the student voice as secretary generals. Nadia is another one of our Cambridge applicants, she achieved an A* in English Literature and Sociology, and an A in Geography. Nadia is going on to study Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Cambridge. Abdullah achieved grades A in Computer Science, B in Economics and B in Maths, he is going onto study Computer Science at Queen Mary, University of London.
We would also like to congratulate the following students on their results:
Tasmia Ali’s results were an A* in Government and Polics and Sociology and an A in History. Tasmia will be reading International Relations and History at the London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London.
Tahsin Islam achieved an A* in Physics and Maths and an A in Computer Science. Tahsin is going to study Aerospace Engineering at Queen Mary, University of London.
Ismail Mahdi achieved grades A, B and C in Maths, Sociology and Economics. Ismail is going to study Economics at City university of London.
Hanifah Malik’s results were an A* in Art and Design, an A in Government and Politics and a B in Religious Education. Hanifa to pursue a career in the Fasion industry.
A special congratulations to Abdul Alim: A in Economics, A in Government and Politics and a B in Sociology who will be pursuing an apprenticeship with KPMG as an Audit Associate.
Zeeshan Ibrahim is starting a degree apprenticeship with Deloitte. He worked incredibly hard on four A Levels and achieved grades B, B, A and C in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science and Mathematics.
Barts and the London Scholarship
Maahin Muhammed Ahmed has been successful in securing Medicine at Queen Mary University supported by our Barts and the London Scholarship worth up to £75k. The Barts and the London Scholarship is made possible due to our unique relationship with Trust Partner QMUL. Maahin’s results were an A* in Biology and Maths and an A in Chemistry.
We are immensely proud of our students here at St Paul's Way School and we wish them the very best as they embark onto higher education and the next stage of their learning journey.