The wait for GCSE results is over as students across the country returned to school one final time to collect their grades, and the current coronavirus pandemic hasn’t dampened spirits for final year students at Oasis Academy Lister Park, Bradford as they look forward to taking their next steps today after securing some great results.
A number of students have achieved superb individual results.
Sajida Ema and Atyab Mohammed were the academy’s highest achieving students, securing grade 9s in all their subjects. Both Sajida and Atyab will be going on to study A-levels in sixth form colleges in Bradford. Other high achieving students are Nahyaab Hussain, who secured top grades in physics, chemistry, biology and history, and Shaheer Khan, who also achieved grade 8s in all 3 sciences and maths. He is now planning to study maths and sciences at A’ Level.
Speaking of his results, Atyab Mohammed said; “It’s been a culmination of years of hard work and effort. I am so proud of myself and my peers for making it through the adversity and emerging on the bright side”.
Sian Dover, Principal at Oasis Academy Lister Park, commented on the students’ successes saying; “We are thrilled for our young people. They have worked so hard for these results in such challenging circumstances. They have showed commitment and resilience and never lost their focus. At Oasis Academy Lister Park, we work hard to instil confidence and self-belief in our students so that they leave the academy with opportunities to thrive and be successful. This year, we are pleased to see our students securing great qualifications that enable them to make that next step in their studies."
“Today, I am also proud of our staff as they have worked relentlessly to teach, support and nurture our students, enabling them to do their best and meet their potential. They put everything into making sure our students achieved the best possible outcomes.”
Steve Lafferty, Head of Year 11 at Oasis Academy Lister Park, added; “We are thrilled for all of our students on their results today – they have worked hard and reaped the rewards. We wish them all the best on their next steps. Their achievements are an inspiration to the younger students of what can be achieved.”