Khadija left the school in 2021 with all GCSEs graded 7-9. She credits these grades to the first class education she received during both lockdowns because live lessons continued from the first day.
‘Our teachers were there for us. It was a difficult time for everyone but they just picked up where we left off and followed up if we missed something or didn’t understand something. It kept me on track and compared to my friends at other schools the education here was so much better.’
Khadija was part of the second cohort of students on the school’s prestigious colleges programme, applying to selective schools. She went through a rigorous selection process which included personal statements, entrance exams and interviews. Khadija was successfully awarded a place at Fulham School on a full bursary worth £50,000.