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Custom House students shine at early GCSE

11:59 04 March 2014

Some of the ten students who took their GCSE maths early pictured with head teacher Wendy Bower Picture: Royal Docks Community School

Some of the ten students who took their GCSE maths early pictured with head teacher Wendy Bower Picture: Royal Docks Community School

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These students from Royal Docks took their early entry GCSE Maths and all of them gained A* or A grades.

The ten students sat the exam early due to exceptional performance and showed that they have plenty of wind in their sails with these amazing results.

They students are Michael Adelaja, A*; Sahla Alhattab A*; Edy Chira, A; Suniyah Eunice, A; Jamee Islam, A; Ivo Kerchev, A; Preitam Kharva, A*; Halima Mohamud, A; Aanantha Balaji Murugavel, A and Mazeda Uddin, A.

Mrs Sandhya Mittal, head of maths at the school in Prince Regent Lane, in Custom House said she was delighted that her students’ hard work and commitment to achieve at the highest level had paid off.

Head Teacher, Mrs Wendy Bower, said: “This is the most fantastic news. I am very proud of the students’ achievements and look forward to seeing them secure more GCSE results of this standard.”

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