Exam Results

Examination Results 2020

Arts and Media School is proud of all of our students and the work they put in towards their GCSEs.  As with all schools across the country our students faced the challenge of school closure from March 23rd and the subsequent cancellation of their examinations which they had been working towards.  As a centre we submitted Centre Assessment Grades in line with the guidance to ensure that our students are able to progress onto the next stage of their education. 

We are proud of all of our students, but take this opportunity to highlight the following students as their attainment embodies the school vision of ‘Every Child a Scholar’. All of our scholars are able to access Level 3 courses to gain entry to the best Russell Group Universities. These students have worked hard throughout their time at Arts and Media and have been continually recognised for their excellent attitude to learning. They have shown resilience, self awareness, creativity, self discipline, independence and aspiration.

AMSI Scholars 2020 – Outstanding Achievement

Grade 9, 8 and 7 were dominant on the exam result sheets for Finn, Mohamed, Mariam, Yassine, Lusheen, Adam, Joshua, Diana, Akram, Tadashi, Mechelle, Hayaam, Abdullahi, Jedidja, Aaliyah, Ahmed and Mehbuba and Shyhiem (pictured below). They all secured top grades for their GCSEs.

We are particularly pleased with the outcomes for Mohamed, Mehbuba, Yassine and Finn and Mariam (pictured below) who were also the top 5 students from the analysis of the December Mock Examinations; they represent consistency in action.

A significant number of the above students joined us in Year 7 and we would like to recognise the work of the following primary schools from which we have successfully built upon:

St Aidans VA, Pakeman, Stroud Green, Pooles Park, Montem, Laycock, Tufnell Park, Grazebrook, Orchard Primary and Mayfield School.

Outstanding Progress

We would like to take this opportunity to recognise the following students for the outstanding progress they made from their relative starting points.

Yassine Serrhini, Mehbuba Samia, Akram Abdulrahman, Hayaam Mohamed, Mechelle Cobos Tumbaco, Juwaerat Ayanda, Finn Else-McCormick, Mariam Lawani, Aaliyah Akcay, Salma Begum, Tharane Sooriyakumar, Sahin Abdullah, Jaydon Gibbons, Adam Gilbey, Joshua Nwosu, Alfie Dalligan, Diana Ovcarova, Tristan Angol-Vrondis, Lusheen Prendegast, Justice Johnson,  Ranika Mansukani, Andre Celestino Lopes, Mohamed Sharif, Khalil Sambou, Louis Crammond, Shyhiem Hossain-Heath, Ty Crammond, Bonar Foo, James Whittington-Phillips and Callum Harte.

Celebrating AMSI Alumni Achievement

We are pleased to announce that our previous scholar Mazin Ali (Year 11 Cohort 2017/18) has been successful in securing a place at Cambridge University.

Mazin follows in the footsteps of Daniel Ash (Year 11 Cohort 2016/17) who is also at Cambridge studying Engineering.

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