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2014 High Achievers

Straight A*/A grades students from 50+ going to Russell Group universities. 200 going onto degree courses from The Heathland in 2014

Arisha Ahmed Neuroscience at University College London
Ahmed Aljaryan Politics and Philosophy at London School of Economics
Zachary Azim Politics, Philosophy and Economics at York University
Mayur Bakrania Physics at University College London
Ozeigbe Eboreime Medicine at University College London
Krishan Gola Travel & Tourism Management at University of West London
Zahraa Mahtey Economics and Mathematics at London School of Economics
Adhaam Mann Medicine at King’s College
Callum Matthews Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College
Chandni Panchal Mathematics at Warwick University
Hasnain Pirzada Politics at Warwick University
Gurpreet Sachdeva Dentistry at King’s College
Siman Salah Gap year before applying for Medicine
Thameena Sayid Optometry at Aston University
Daneesh Sethi Computer Science at University College London
Ronak Shah Mathematics at Imperial College
Shivam Sharma Economics at London School of Economics
Sandeep Soudagur Chemistry at Imperial College
Michael Thorogood Politics and Economics at Surrey University

Another successful year for the Applied Business Studies course. More than 30 students going on to degree courses

Ismahan Ali Law at Surrey University
Shiza Amir Psychology at Birmingham University
Amrit Bath Management at Leicester University
Divya Bedi Software Engineering at Westminster University
Saroop Kang Visual Effects at University of West London (UWL)
Paramjit Kaur Business Management at University of Roehampton
Rachel Koomson Business/Marketing at University of Hertfordshire
Parth Patel Business Management at Brunel University
Maryam Rai English and Film Studies at Leicester University
Komal Rami Marketing at University of Roehampton
Aqib Sayed Law at Surrey University

Aysha Aamer, Sana Ahmed, Kojo Amoasi (not in photo), Sruthi Boppana, Connor Doyle, Bhavya Meda, Sanika Nair, Gurveen Randhawa, Alisha Sahnan, Taranvir Sekhon, Aaron Sharma, Hope White (not in photo)

Nearly a third of all grades achieved by GCSE students in 2014 were A*/A grades