A-level Results Day 2018: Dagenham Park sixth form head ‘extremely proud’ of pupils

PUBLISHED: 12:56 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 12:56 16 August 2018

Dagenham Park head of sixth form Annalisa Smith with Oluwatosin Olaoya and Ariful Kazi Picture: Dagenham Park

Dagenham Park head of sixth form Annalisa Smith with Oluwatosin Olaoya and Ariful Kazi Picture: Dagenham Park

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Dagenham Park Church of England School’s head of sixth form has said she is “extremely proud” of her pupils’ success.

The school, in School Road, Dagenham, has seen pupils gain places at prestigious universities including Edinburgh, Kings College London and Warwick following success in their A-levels.

Ariful Kazi achieved a clean sweep of three A*s and will be heading to Plymouth University to study dentistry.

He will be joined at the Devon campus by Oluwatosin Olaoya, who got A*AA and will be studying optometry.

The school is also celebrating every single Btec grade being at distinction* or distinction - the top two grades available.

Nushrat Begum achieved a triple disctintion* and will be heading to Queen Mary University to study business management.

Head of sixth form Annalisa Smith said: “Congratulations to all of the students, they have worked hard over the last two years and their drive, coupled with the support and commitment of excellent teachers at Dagenham Park has paid off.

“Dagenham Park is celebrating another year of success and is very proud of the prestigious higher education universities that their students are now progressing onto.”

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