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Improvement in GCSE results for Rokeby School

13:50 21 August 2014

Head boy Shadman Rafid achieved eleven A and A*

Head boy Shadman Rafid achieved eleven A and A*

Grant Leppard

Four brainy boys at Rokeby School managed to achieve ten or more GCSEs at A and A*.

Head boy Shadman Rafid managed to notch up 11 top level GCSEs, while Abed Akond, Mihails Laskovs and Umar Choudhury also did exceptionally well.

The Barking Road school saw a 14 per cent improvement in results this year, with 52pc of boys gaining five or more GCSEs at A*-C including English and maths.

Head Charlotte Robinson said: “This is a fantastic achievement for all students and staff.

“They have all worked very hard to gain these results. We wish the boys every success for their future”.

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