A-level results: The Warren School produces a strong set of first results as a stand-alone sixth form

PUBLISHED: 17:51 17 August 2017 | UPDATED: 10:12 18 August 2017

Ronald Yiadom with friend Benjamin Ocran after recieving their results.

Ronald Yiadom with friend Benjamin Ocran after recieving their results.


The Warren School has produced a set of A-level results in line with the national average in its first year as a stand-alone sixth form.

Rozario Singh will study business management at Westminster University. Rozario Singh will study business management at Westminster University.

Headteacher Richard Micek says he is “very pleased” with both the results and the number of students securing university places. 56 per cent of BTEC grades were a distinction.

Rozario Singh, who is going to study business management at Westminster University, said: “The school have been brilliant and they’ve really helped. My subject teachers were fantastic with me and I couldn’t have got into university without them.

“Studying here has made me want to go on and do more and I can’t wait to start studying at university next year.”

Ronald Yiadom, who is going on to study civil engineering, said: “The school pushed us and it’s great to be finished and have our results. My family are proud.”

Benjamin Ocran, who is going to study architecture engineering, said: “The school taught us the value of going to university. Now I can go and follow my dream of becoming an architect.”

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