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Brighton College Abu Dhabi Celebrates Outstanding GCSE Results
 
Brighton College Abu Dhabi Celebrates Outstanding GCSE Results

Pupils excel in GCSEs at Brighton College with the most commonly awarded grade being a Grade 9, over half of all GCSEs graded 9 or 8 and almost three quarters graded 9 - 7.
 

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Thursday 24th August 2023: Brighton College Abu Dhabi is celebrating another year of outstanding GCSE results today with pupils securing almost 300 top Grade 9s. 

The College’s pupils have exceeded themselves this year and have achieved exceptional results with 31% of pupils scoring Grade 9s, 51% of pupils achieving Grade 9 - 8 (A*), 71% of pupils awarded Grade 9 - 7 (A*-A), 87% Grade 9-6 (A* - B) and 95% Grade 9-5 (A* -B/C).  These impressive grades highlight the inspirational teaching and exceptional academic support that the pupils have received from their teachers. A resulting factor of this outstanding teaching and learning provision and examination outcomes is that the school will this year see the largest ever number of pupils returning for Year 12, almost double the number of previous years.

The success of Brighton College Abu Dhabi pupils extends across a wide range of subjects. Notably, pupils excelled in STEM subjects, demonstrating their prowess and passion in these areas. In Further Mathematics, the pupils achieved 94% Grade 9-7 with 50% achieving a Grade 9 and in Computer Science 81% of Grades were 9-7. Furthermore, in the sciences 80% of Grades were 9-7. 

High achieving pupils celebrating top level grades this year include:
Diego Toro Vizamora achieved eleven Grade 9s 
Hannah Aly achieved ten Grade 9s
Kobi Uzu achieved ten Grade 9s 
Meryam Awwad achieved 9 Grade 9s 
Yana Walia achieved 9 Grade 9s
Joshua Hunt achieved 8 Grade 9s 
Maya Shawki achieved 8 Grade 9s 
Catherine Abdulsamad achieved 8 Grade 9s 

Eight pupils achieved all 8 and 9 (equivalent to A*) only across their subjects. 

Commenting on these remarkable achievements, Helen Wilkinson, Former Head Mistress of Brighton College Abu Dhabi expressed great pride in the accomplishments of the pupils and gratitude for the dedication of the school community. “Our pupils have done it again! A wonderful set of results which they so richly deserve. Their hard work and diligence, coupled with the unfailing support of our dedicated staff, has given them results which will set them up for their wide, bright futures. I wish them all well in their onward journeys.” Helen Wilkinson said.
In addition to academic accomplishments, Brighton College Abu Dhabi is dedicated to nurturing well-rounded individuals who are equipped with essential skills for the future. Pupils have consistently demonstrated outstanding character, resilience, and community involvement, making positive contributions both inside and outside the classroom, all of which is equally celebrated by our teachers.

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Posted on : Thursday, August 24, 2023  11:32:00 AM UAE local time (GMT+4)
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