Chingford Foundation School is delighted to celebrate the excellent achievement of its 2018 alumni students, who are justifiably very proud of what they have achieved.
Sixth Form students at Chingford Foundation have produced some very good results again this year and are moving on to a huge variety of university courses and apprenticeships. 76% of the A Level grades awarded were at C or above. Eight of our students achieved at least 3 A* and A grades, with number of students also achieving at least 2 A grades.
A huge congratulations to our highest performer, Francesca Naughton-Allan who achieved a very impressive A*A*A* in her three subjects and will read Chemistry at Oxford University. Having achieved A*A*A, Ben Nelson will take his place at Cambridge University to study Law.
Our outgoing Head-boy Ben Willson achieved A*AAA and will take his place at Imperial College to study Biomedical Engineering. Furthermore Nawab Mir, who achieved A*A*A B will study Computer Science at Southampton. Deniz Yanick will join Nawab at Southampton having achieved AAA. Hadyn Stobbart who achieved A*A B in Mathematics, Physics and Further Maths, goes on to study Physics, also at Southampton. Ruben Ribeiro, who attended Leytonstone School before joining Chingford achieved AAA and will take his place at Nottingham University studying Electrical Engineering. Bill Dalton, who joined the Sixth Form from Frederick Bremer, will move on to study Biological Sciences at Exeter, having achieved AAA in his three A Levels.
It is not just in Maths and the Sciences where our students have seen success. Wen-Yi Yap will continue her passion for Art & Design at UCA having achieved A*A B in Art, Geography and Physiology. Kaitlan Griffiths continues her History at the University of East Anglia after achieving AAA. Sofiah Sehmby achieved AAB in her three A Levels and will study Law and Spanish.
Students also continued the school’s impressive recent track record in vocational qualifications, with 93% achieving D*/D in their BTEC Business qualification.
We would like to wish all our former students well as they move onto the next phase of their journey, as they continue their studies at university or enter the world of work.