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OVERALL RESULTS

A-level results

2022

2019

Total candidates

133

70

Total entries

418

226

Total entries at A*

83

24

% of entries at A*

20

11%

Total entries at A-A*

184

79

% of entries achieving A-A*

44%

35%

Total entries at B-A*

287

121

% of entries achieving B-A*

69%

54%

Total candidates achieving A*

46

15

 

TOP-PERFORMING STUDENTS

Student name, age & nationality

Results

University destination(s)

University course

No. of years at school

Tahsin Jawwad,

18, Bangladeshi

4 A*

University of British Columbia, Canada

 

Computer Science

10

Anadil Saqib Sheikh, 19, Pakistani

3 A*, 1 A

Lancaster University, UK

Economics

13

Hewa Paththinige Nadith Dulanjan Siritunga, 19, Sri Lankan

3 A*, 1 A

University of Manchester, UK

Biomedical Engineering

14

Katie Ingrid Ramanayaka, 18,

Sri Lankan

3 A*, 1 A

Charles University

Prague, Czech Republic

Medicine

15

Shiva Tejas, 18, Indian

3 A*, 1 A

University of Birmingham, UK

Medicine

12

 

STANDOUT SUCCESSES
Tahsin Jawwad has been a consistent high performer. He was the school's topper at IGCSE and AS and is now the A-level topper as well. He has been offered the chance to study Computer Science at University of British Columbia with a C$ 100K scholarship.
 
Shiva Tejas has been a consistent high performer and was and a topper in IGCSE and AS level. His high aspirations to study medicine have seen him develop a website for students who want to pursue medicine in the future. He got a high score in UKCAT with great support his teachers and has now been accepted by University of Birmingham and University of Nottingham with a scholarship.
 
Anadil Saqib Sheikh is a student with grit and resilience that has seen her consistently rank among the school's toppers. A highly focussed student with a charming personality, she has been at WIN for the last 13 years and will be pursing Economics at Lancaster University, for which she has secured a scholarship as well.
 
Taha Naveed has consistently improved in performance despite a medical condition that prevented him from attending regular classes for a long period in Year 12. Taha joined WIN in 2017 and has risen to the challenges he has faced demonstrated outstanding improvement in Computer Science, having now received an offer to major in Computer Science at Rochester Institute of Technology with a scholarship.
 
Katie Ingrid Ramanayaka is the Valedictorian of the Class of 2022. She completed her entire schooling at WIN – a full 15 years – and has been consistently high performing and among her year's toppers. She has also been engaged in all spheres of school life and has contributed immensely in various leadership roles, including as lead singer in the school choir.
 
QUOTES
Meenakshi Dahiya, Principal/CEO, The Winchester School – Jebel Ali: “Class of 2022, what an incredible achievement! We are in awe and admiration of your grit, unshakeable drive and strive to do your best, turning challenges into opportunities and making the most by staying positive. You are proof that if you put your mind to something, it's all achievable! Enjoy the next phase of life, continue to be caring, calm, compassionate, collaborative and committed – and nothing can stop you!”
 
Harpreet Kaur, Vice Principal, The Winchester School – Jebel Ali: “Class of 2022, your drive to succeed is commendable! And how you have pushed your abilities to the limit shows your commitment to become the best among your peers. Your amazing accomplishment is thanks to your resilience, perseverance and dedication. This is the steppingstone to the rest of your life's journey. Continue to pursue your ambitious dreams and strive for hard work in all endeavours. Set your goals and the best will come to you.”
 
Preeti Manoj, Head of Secondary, The Winchester School – Jebel Ali: “Class of 2022, your achievements are worth all the praise, and you've proved that dedication and learning result in excellent outcomes. You have made us all proud and set an example to all. Go forth and embrace your future with open arms, and enthusiastically pursue your life-journeys of discovery. Render dedicated service to humanity and may you keep achieving such remarkable success.”
 
BTEC RESULTS
BTEC Result Highlights
o   Total entries: 48
o   75% of students achieved Merit or better
o   100% pass rate
 
BTEC Business
o   Total students: 10
o   Total entries: 20
o   3 students achieved straight D*D*
o   60% of students achieved Merit or better
o   100% pass rate
 
BTEC Applied Science
o   Total students: 6
o   Total entries: 12
o   2 students achieved D*D*
o   83% of students achieved Merit or better
o   100% pass rate
 
BTEC Information Technology
o   Total students: 8
o   Total entries: 16
o   2 students achieved straight D*D*
o   83% of students achieved Merit or better
o   100% pass rate

 



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