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Outstanding GCSE and A-Level Results

Examination Results

This year, students are less likely to have missed their required grades, because the lottery of exam performance has been removed. Reliance on Centre Assessment Grades will have provided a more positive situation for the majority. Certainly the majority of our students will have made entry requirements for their first choice A Levels, and those who haven’t will be supported in making the most appropriate alternative choices.
This is a perennial issue that schools face, and we are well versed in supporting students through these challenges. Firstly, we have a full time careers advisor, with significant experience. Students are able to book zoom calls with her in order to discuss their options and access courses that meet their grade profile. This will compliment the discussions that have already taken place during Year 11.

We have a dedicated pastoral team of UK trained, experienced specialists, who can best advise students on subject combinations, and are able to have those honest conversations with students about suitable pathways.
Our heads of department are data rich and savvy. This enables them to explain clearly to students the source of grades, with full transparency.

We have an excellent exams officer, who has been working tirelessly to keep parents abreast of the changing situation regarding appeals. She will support families with the post-results services available this year, offering expedited and expert administration.

Our students were all placed in their first choice A Level options, for those subjects they were anticipated to meet entry requirements for. They will now have the opportunity to change their courses via the Vice Principal for curriculum. This guidance will be sent out alongside results.

Finally, we have a wraparound support team, including a counsellor, and experienced sixth form team who can advise students particularly disappointed with results of their optimal pathway beyond GCSEs. Mr Robert Kesterton, Vice Principal.

Results Table

I/GCSE results

2020

2019

No. of students in I/GCSE level cohort:

158

153

% of cohort entered for I/GCSE exams

100

100

No. of exam entries

1448

1470

% of exam entries graded A*/9-8

47.5

38.2

% of exam entries graded A*-A /9-7

73.3

65.1

% of exam entries graded A*-B /9-6

90.6

83.5

% of exam entries graded A*-C /9-4

99.9

98.9

% ofstudentsachieving 5 A*-C/ 9-4 including English and Maths

100

99

Overallstudentpass rate A*-C

99.9

98.9

Number of students excluded from the statistics (teachers/resits/non-students etc.)

n/a

n/a

Highest number of grades achieved by an individual student

2A*s, 8(9s), 1(8)

2A*s, 9(9s), 1(8)

 

A Level results

2020

2019

No. of students in A level cohort:

144

140

No. of exam entries

442

437

% of exam entries graded A*

23.8

16.5

% of exam entries graded A*-A

63.3

48.5

% of exam entries graded A*-C

98.9

94.7

% of exam entries graded A*- E

100

99.8

Overall pass rate A*-E

100

99.8

Number of students excluded from the statistics (staff, non-students etc)

n/a

n/a

Highest number of grades by individual students

3A*s, 1A

4A*s, 1A

2018-2019 Examination Results

Records have been broken, yet again, at Jumeirah College for the Academic Year 2018-2019. Earlier this year the school was awarded HPL World Class School status – and these results very much endorse this recognition. In over 420 examinations 16% were at A* and 47% were at A* or A grade. There were 140 students in our cohort and 30 of these gained all A* or A grades. 83 students (59%) gained all A*-B grades. "Fundamental to our school is the understanding that all students have the potential to achieve the highest grades and, yet again, these results demonstrate this to be the case. The students have done wonderfully – far exceeding expectations that would be placed on them elsewhere. This reflects years of hard work from both the students and their teachers, who work tirelessly to support each individual. I am so grateful for all that the staff at the school do, and I know the students are too".

A Level Examination Results

A Level Results 2018-2019

At Jumeirah College, we take pride in our outstanding ratings and excellent results. 146 total of students in Year 13. 137 straight to University, remaining seven on a gap year and two students engaging in the UAE National Service

15% of results
achieved A*
49% of results
achieved A*/A
80% of results
achieved A*-B
95% of results
achieved A*-C
30 students (21%)
gained all A*/A grades
83 students (59%)
gained all A*-B grades

Results by subject

Top Performers

A2 Results

A*

A

B

C/D

Amir Girgis

4

1

0

Antoine De Mascarel

4

0

0

Kazal Oshodi

4

0

0

Wen Qi Saw

4

0

0

Ebani Dawan

3

1

0

Scott Shepherd

3

1

0

Arnav Bhavnani

2

2

0

Zaid Khan

2

2

0

Abdul-Rahim Khater

1

3

0

Aanya Dixit

1

1

2

Mubashir Mohammed

0

3

1

Rosemary Woolley

0

3

1

Demetrios Michailidis

0

2

2

Gayatri Menon

0

1

3

Rishab Paul

0

1

3

Anoushka Shiv

0

2

0

2

Aashna Acharya

3

0

0

Syed Musa Askari

3

0

0

Olivia Green

3

0

0

Kathryn Dey

2

1

0

Jade Gavigan

2

1

0

Aakanksha Mehta

2

1

0

Rhea Raj

2

1

0

Sita Williams

2

1

0

 

GCSE Results 2018-2019

GCSE Results Summary

Jumeirah College students have broken more records in their GCSE results this year. In a climate of increasing challenge, the Year 11 students have smashed previous records. 153 students sat 1457 exams. Of these 15% achieved the exceptional grade 9, with 47% at either 9 or 8. 64% achieved 9-7 (the old A*/A).  67 students (44%) achieved 8 or more 9-7 grades and 102 students (67%) achieved 5 or more 9-7 grades. 100% of students gained 5 or more 9-4 grades, with 99% achieving this measure with English and Maths.

15% of results
achieved a 9
38% of results
achieved 9/8
65% of results
achieved 9-7
95% of results
achieved 9-5
153 students (100%)
gained 5 or more 9-4 grades
151 students (99%)
gained 5 or more 9-4 grades
including English and Maths
67 students (44%)
gained 8 or more 9-7 grades
102 students (67%)
gained 5 or more 9-7 grades

Results by subject

Top Performers

Forename

Surname

9

8

7

A*

A

Fariya

Umer

9

1

0

2

0

Jayden Singh

Khaira

6

2

0

3

0

Ethan

Kesterton

5

3

0

2

1

Vansh

Bhojwani

6

1

2

2

0

Nitya

Bhat

6

2

0

1

2

Hamid Reza Khademi

Mansour

6

1

2

1

1

Faiz

Iqbal

4

1

4

2

0

Omar

Khater

4

2

1

2

1

Rishab

Sudhir

5

1

3

1

1

Si Minn

Saw

2

5

2

1

0

Nadeem

Bulchand Daswani

1

2

2

1

1

Ananya

Krishna

2

5

1

0

2

Arvind

Sethu

5

1

2

1

1

Sean

Lawlor

4

3

0

0

2

Jinya

Manghnani

3

2

2

2

0

Ananya

Krishnan

3

3

2

0

2

Raamiz

Farooqui

4

2

2

0

1

Shrey

Kumar

2

2

2

1

2

Badr

Alkateb

2

3

2

1

0

Ibrahim

Yusufali

6

2

1

1

0

Varun

Mittal

7

1

0

1

0

Maryam

Muhammad

0

5

2

1

1

Gautam

Ganesh

1

2

2

1

1

Sahibi

Moorjan

2

1

2

0

3

William

Liu

2

2

4

0

2

Rayyan

Malik

6

2

2

0

0

Akas

Sabharwhal

0

3

5

0

1

Abdul Muhammad

Imran Anwar

1

1

5

0

2

A Level Examination Results

A Level Results 2018-2019

At Jumeirah College, we take pride in our outstanding ratings and excellent results. 146 total of students in Year 13. 137 straight to University, remaining seven on a gap year and two students engaging in the UAE National Service

15% of results 
achieved A*
 49% of results
achieved A*/A
 80% of results 
achieved  A*-B
95% of results 
achieved A*-C
30 students (21%)
gained all A*/A grades
 83 students (59%)
gained all A*-B grades

Results by subject 

Top Performers

A2 Results

A*

A

B

C/D

Amir Girgis

4

1

0

Antoine De Mascarel

4

0

0

Kazal Oshodi

4

0

0

Wen Qi Saw

4

0

0

Ebani Dawan

3

1

0

Scott Shepherd

3

1

0

Arnav Bhavnani

2

2

0

Zaid Khan

2

2

0

Abdul-Rahim Khater

1

3

0

Aanya Dixit

1

1

2

Mubashir Mohammed

0

3

1

Rosemary Woolley

0

3

1

Demetrios Michailidis

0

2

2

Gayatri Menon

0

1

3

Rishab Paul

0

1

3

Anoushka Shiv

0

2

0

2

Aashna Acharya

3

0

0

Syed Musa Askari

3

0

0

Olivia Green

3

0

0

Kathryn Dey

2

1

0

Jade Gavigan

2

1

0

Aakanksha Mehta

2

1

0

Rhea Raj

2

1

0

Sita Williams

2

1

0

 

GCSE Results 2018-2019

GCSE Results Summary

Jumeirah College students have broken more records in their GCSE results this year. In a climate of increasing challenge, the Year 11 students have smashed previous records. 153 students sat 1457 exams. Of these 15% achieved the exceptional grade 9, with 47% at either 9 or 8. 64% achieved 9-7 (the old A*/A).  67 students (44%) achieved 8 or more 9-7 grades and 102 students (67%) achieved 5 or more 9-7 grades. 100% of students gained 5 or more 9-4 grades, with 99% achieving this measure with English and Maths.

15% of results
achieved a 9
38% of results
achieved 9/8 
65% of results
achieved 9-7
95% of results
achieved 9-5
153 students (100%)
gained 5 or more 9-4 grades
151 students (99%)
gained 5 or more 9-4 grades
including English and Maths
67 students (44%)
gained 8 or more 9-7 grades
102 students (67%)
gained 5 or more 9-7 grades

Results by subject

Top Performers

Forename

Surname

9

8

7

A*

A

Fariya

Umer

9

1

0

2

0

Jayden Singh

Khaira

6

2

0

3

0

Ethan

Kesterton

5

3

0

2

1

Vansh

Bhojwani

6

1

2

2

0

Nitya

Bhat

6

2

0

1

2

Hamid Reza Khademi

Mansour

6

1

2

1

1

Faiz

Iqbal

4

1

4

2

0

Omar

Khater

4

2

1

2

1

Rishab

Sudhir

5

1

3

1

1

Si Minn

Saw

2

5

2

1

0

Nadeem

Bulchand Daswani

1

2

2

1

1

Ananya

Krishna

2

5

1

0

2

Arvind

Sethu

5

1

2

1

1

Sean

Lawlor

4

3

0

0

2

Jinya

Manghnani

3

2

2

2

0

Ananya

Krishnan

3

3

2

0

2

Raamiz

Farooqui

4

2

2

0

1

Shrey

Kumar

2

2

2

1

2

Badr

Alkateb

2

3

2

1

0

Ibrahim

Yusufali

6

2

1

1

0

Varun

Mittal

7

1

0

1

0

Maryam

Muhammad

0

5

2

1

1

Gautam

Ganesh

1

2

2

1

1

Sahibi

Moorjan

2

1

2

0

3

William

Liu

2

2

4

0

2

Rayyan

Malik

6

2

2

0

0

Akas

Sabharwhal

0

3

5

0

1

Abdul Muhammad

Imran Anwar

1

1

5

0

2

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