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GCSE results: Arts and Media School Islington excels in... sciences

PUBLISHED: 12:31 25 August 2016 | UPDATED: 13:21 25 August 2016

Madeleine Jolliffe, Bruna Manera Rocha, Ruth Ogundamisi, Bulent Duyer, Ato-Kwamena Crentsil, Wail Ouariache, Suha Abdullahi celebrate straight As and A*s, Students at Arts & Media School Islington receive their GCSE results, London UK, 25 August 2016

Madeleine Jolliffe, Bruna Manera Rocha, Ruth Ogundamisi, Bulent Duyer, Ato-Kwamena Crentsil, Wail Ouariache, Suha Abdullahi celebrate straight As and A*s, Students at Arts & Media School Islington receive their GCSE results, London UK, 25 August 2016

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Students at the Arts and Media school were jumping for joy today, with students particularly excelling in the sciences.

Students at Arts & Media School Islington receive their GCSE results, London UK, 25 August 2016Students at Arts & Media School Islington receive their GCSE results, London UK, 25 August 2016

Every single chemistry exams received an A* to C grade, with 96pc of exams in additional science and 88pc in triple science also gaining passing grades.

Many students will now be going on to sixth form colleges such as UCL Academy and Woodhouse, and headteacher Diana Osigie was full of praise for the students.

“I am absolutely delighted for them all,” she said.

“Our results continue to improve each year and we are thrilled that so many of the students have fulfilled their potential.”

Students at Arts & Media School Islington receive their GCSE results, London UK, 25 August 2016Students at Arts & Media School Islington receive their GCSE results, London UK, 25 August 2016

For all the results from today, click here


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