Students at Tauheedul Girls celebrate ‘best ever’ Sixth Form results

Sixth Form students are celebrating this morning after receiving the best ever results at Tauheedul Islam Girls’ High School (TIGHS).

99% of A Levels were completed at A*-C grade, with over half (58%) at the top A*-A grades.

96% of TIGHS students will leave the college having achieved at least three A Levels at A*-C grade.  In vocational courses, 85% of learners completed an Extended Diploma at ‘DDD’ (Distinction) level.

These results are likely to place the Sixth Form amongst the top 5% of providers when league tables are published in January.

Many of the students will now progress to complete degree courses at universities across the country.

Ayah Shah achieved three A*s – in Biology, Chemistry and Arabic – as well as an A grade in Maths.  She is going on to study Medicine at the University of Manchester. She praised the college’s ‘culture which is incredibly supportive and encouraging’ and its ‘emphasis on character and values’.

Aasia Bibi Majid achieved an A* in Religious Studies and A grades in Literature and Psychology.  She will study Law at the University of Manchester.  She commented, ‘I feel incredibly blessed to have studied at Tauheedul.  I owe everything to my teachers and parents.’

TIGHS’ Sixth Form has over 160 students completing a range of A Level and vocational courses.

Asia Ali, Head of Sixth Form, described the results as ‘really exceptional’ and thanked students and staff ‘for their phenomenal efforts and devotion throughout last year’.

In March 2014, Ofsted evaluated the TIGHS Sixth Form as ‘outstanding’.   Inspectors reported that students in the Sixth Form ‘make rapid progress and impressive gains in their knowledge and understanding’.

Added By: tetadmin | Date Added: 16th Aug 2018 | Posted In:

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