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Examination Results 2019

GCSE Examination Results 2019

We are extremely pleased with our 2019 examination results and congratulations are in order for both our KS4 and KS5 students. 

This is the third year of the reformed GCSEs and the awarding of grades 9 -1.  In light of numerical grading, the way the School’s results are being published has also changed and results are now given as a ‘standard pass’ (grade 4 and above) and a ‘strong pass’ (grade 5 and above).

Our students have performed remarkably well and this is reflected in our exceptional examination results across both Key Stages.

KS4 examination results


School (%)

Attainment 8


Progress 8 0.63%
EBACC Average Point Score (standard pass) 6.53%
EBACC Average Point Score (strong pass 6.99%



School (%)

Pupils who achieved a grade 4 ‘standard pass’ in English and Maths (4+)


Pupils who achieved a grade 5 ‘strong pass’ in English and Maths (5+) 57%

Highlights of KS4 examination students

The Heathland School is extremely proud of the Year 11 students who once again achieved outstanding results.  We would like to congratulate our students, staff and parents for the continuous hard work, dedication and effort.

Examination highlights include:

  • 85% of students achieved grades 9-4 Mathematics
  • 65% of students achieved grades 9-5 in Mathematics
  • 85% of students achieved grades 9-4 in English
  • 72% of students achieved grades 9-5 in English
  • 81.5% of students entered for Separate Sciences achieved grades  5-9 grades

A special congratulation is awarded to Akshay Haria who attained a grade 9 in both Mathematics and English Language / Literature.

The following students are congratulated on their attainment of a full set of grades 7-9 Grades:

  • Afan Ali
  • Javeria Aslam
  • Mohammed Uwais Bora
  • Muskaan Khurana
  • Karolina Kwiaton
  • Nauman Nadeem
  • Shifa Patel
  • Sultana Shah Jalal
  • Eve Wilton
  • Urwa Zaib

GCSE High Achievers

KS5 Examination Results 2019

A Level Results





%A*-E 99.6% 97.6%


A Level + BTEC L3 Extended Diploma



Average grade per entry


Average point score per entry 35.5 -
Number of students entered 186 -


BTEC L3 Extended Diploma



Average grade per entry


Average point score per entry 36 -
Number of students entered 30 -

We are extremely pleased with our post 16 results. A large number of students achieved pass grades in all subjects and the achievement of grades A*-B was high. 186 of our students have progressed to university and many students have taken up places at prestigious Russell Group Universities. We are proud of all of our students and a special mention goes to those listed below who achieved straight A* and A grades in all of their subjects:

  • Bushra Ahmed
  • Aaisha Ali
  • Hyatt Aljumaily
  • Jigyasa Anand
  • Khadija Aziz
  • Sukhmani Bhasin
  • Cameron Creaser
  • Yasmin Dawoodjee
  • Boris Didov
  • Sachin Doolub
  • Julian Firth
  • Sumeet Grewal
  • Ludmila Joaquim Branda
  • Rohan Mangat
  • Sanya Puri
  • Talha Raza
  • Simrit Sekhon
  • Ishan Sharma
  • Isha Sohail
  • Sandeepa Tuladhar
  • Laraib Zaidi

A-Level High Achievers

Special commendation goes to Hana Raja who, following a gap year has been accepted to read Chemistry at Balliol College, Oxford. 

Students on the BTEC Level 3 courses in Applied Science and Business also excelled and the majority progressed to prestigious universities. A special mention goes to the following students who achieved three D* grades I Applied Business:

  • Wamda Abdulrazig
  • Lubabh Jiwabhai
  • Imane Mekrouda
  • Zaineb Rasul


  • 170 out of 265 pupils stayed on for Sixth Form from Year 11
  • 218 out of 227 progressed from Year 12 to 13

Student destinations

We are immensely proud of all our students who will continue their educational journeys and have commenced studies at prestigious universities. 

86% of all sixth form applicants have secured places at Higher Education Institutions, 117 of which have placements on their first choices.  We are very pleased to congratulate 12% of our students who have successfully gained places at Russell Group Universities.