Hackney Community College with increase in top grades

PUBLISHED: 16:19 19 August 2016 | UPDATED: 16:19 19 August 2016

Menachem Mendel Cyprys with his results at Hackney Community College

Menachem Mendel Cyprys with his results at Hackney Community College


Students and staff at Hackney Community College were celebrating yesterday after an imprerssive set of A-level results.

Hackney community college student Amina Ben-Haddouch with her transcript Hackney community college student Amina Ben-Haddouch with her transcript

The college saw A* to B attainment up 15 percent from last year to 45pc, with a 100pc pass rate in nine subjects.

Students are now off to a range of universities across the country, with Menachem Mendel Cyprys landing a place at Cambridge university after scoring straight A*’s in his exams.

“I had great support from my tutors and teachers at Hackney Community College,” he said.

“Work hard, get good results and you can do it.”

And Hackney Community College principal Lois Fowler was quick to praise everyone involved:

“Congratulations to this year’s students for their hard work and success, and to the staff who have supported them,” she said.

“As well as some very inspirational, high achieving students, it’s good to once again see 100% passes across so many of our subjects. I wish the class of 2016 all the very best as they progress to university or into great careers.”

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