A-LEVEL RESULTS: Mulberry Girls school notches up 75pc passes in grades A*-to-C
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Three-our-of-four pupils at Whitechapel’s Mulberry Girls School have got A* to C grades in today’s A-Level results.
It has led to 80 students from the school with offers for Oxford, Cambridge or Russell Group universities.
Kawsara Chowdhury, 18, got an A* in Maths, A* in Physics and an A in Further Maths.
Unsuprisingly, she’s off to a top uni to read Maths—at Kings College Oxford.
“I felt like my exams didn’t go so well,” she admitted. “But I feel relieved that my grades say otherwise!
“My maths teachers have been so, so supportive. I’m going to really miss this place after seven years.”
Her classmate Thasneem Zaman, also 18, got an A* and two Bs and is going on to take Geography at University College London.
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She said: “All my teachers would respond almost 24-seven. One actually emailed me back when he was on holiday!”
Many girls first came to Mulberry in Year 7 when they were 11 with very average profiles, according to Mulberry’s head teacher Vanessa Ogden.
Dr Ogden said: “Every girl who has done well has worked for her success and deserves her place at university. You can aim high and achieve ambitions with self-belief, regardless of your starting point.”
Tower Hamlets Deputy Mayor Sirajul Islam joined students to celebrate the 75 per cent high grade pass rate.
He said: “The achievements is testament to the teachers and support of parents.”
Mulberry hit the headlines in June when America’s First Lady, Michelle Obama, visited the school to use as a platform to launch a global programme to spread education to every girl on the planet.
She said at her launch: “I am here because of you, girls like you who inspire me.”