Guru Nanak Sikh Academy
Date of Release: 21st August, 2023
A Level Examination Results
Guru Nanak Sikh Academy’s Class of 2023 Outcomes
Celebrating the Triumph of Resilience: A Level Results for the Academic Year 2022-2023
We are incredibly proud and honoured to announce the outstanding A Level results our remarkable cohort of students achieved for the academic year 2022-2023. Despite facing numerous challenges since their year 9, this year group has overcome every hurdle in their path, emerging stronger and more tenacious than ever before. Today, we celebrate their resilience and commend their record-breaking performances.
From the moment they stepped into our school, this year group demonstrated a determination to succeed that was truly inspiring. They navigated the pressures of a demanding curriculum, COVID lockdowns leading to personal setbacks, and the ever-changing educational landscape with grace and determination. Their unwavering dedication and commitment to their studies have now laid the foundation for their continued success in higher education and future careers. The results achieved by our students this year are nothing short of exceptional. Our pass rate stands at a triumphant 92%. Beyond the impressive grades, the stories of individual journeys indeed highlight the triumph of this year group. Despite their numerous challenges, our students have secured remarkable destinations for their future endeavours. Many will be embarking on prestigious courses at renowned universities, whilst others have secured sought-after apprenticeships that will set them on an equally successful path. The pathways chosen by our students reflect their unique talents and aspirations, and we have every confidence that they will continue to excel in their chosen fields.
They are stepping into the real world with apprenticeships and beginning their further education at
leading universities across the UK.
Kanika Mehra is going to study Psychology at Lancaster University.
Esha Bhatti takes up a degree apprenticeship with Accenture with a bachelor's degree from
University of East London in Business Consulting and Management.
Sevak Chaggar is going to study Physics at the University of Warwick.
Harleen Kakkar is going to study Accountancy at Queen Mary, University of London.
Avjot Sandhu is going to study Law LLB at City, University of London.
Ajaibir Sarao is going to study Economics at Queen Mary, University of London.
Kirat Kaur Khokhar is going to study Applied Medical Sciences at UCL
Maanika Sekhon is going to study Economics at City, Queen Mary University of London.
Tejinder Kaur Chana is going to study Sociology with Psychology at City, University of London.
Sahib Singh is going to study Mechanical Engineering at Loughborough University.
Gevindjyot Toor is going to study Economics at Birmingham University.
Gagan Khurana is going to study Economics at Royal Holloway.
Bavanvir Bains is going to study Accounting and Finance at University of Birmingham.
Students who completed their vocational courses have done exceptionally well by achieving
outstanding results and securing placements with leading providers:
Arshan Sandhu D*D*DD to study Accounting and Finance at Royal Holloway.
Jashveen Singh D*D*DD to study Accounting and Finance at the University of Surrey.
Kabir Virdee D*D*D*D will study Sports Business and Coaching at UCFB Wembley.
Aneek Madhan D*D*DD to study Accounting and Finance at the University of Surrey.
Harmanpreet Singh D*D*DD will study Accounting and Finance at City, University of London.
81% of students achieved two or more A levels at A*E with 57% of entries achieving A*-C grades. The school has performed well in subjects such as English, Mathematics, History, Geography, Panjabi and Sociology. We see exceptional performance in History, with 77% of students gaining A*-B grades, well above the national average. Our vocational Level 3 pass rate for Applied General Qualifications was 100% with Distinction* to Merit and above achievement at 92.6%.
It is important to acknowledge that this success did not come without sacrifice, hard work, and resilience. Our students have demonstrated true character in the way they have faced the challenges thrown their way. The disruptions caused by the pandemic, coupled with the pressures of remote learning and the absence of some traditional rites of passage, made this academic year unlike any other. Yet, our students have proven that they possess not only the academic prowess to thrive in challenging circumstances but also the grit and adaptability to navigate the uncertainty surrounding them.
We would also like to extend our deepest gratitude to our exceptional teaching staff. Their unwavering commitment to our students' education, consistent support, and tireless dedication have played a crucial role in shaping the achievements we celebrate today. Their passion for teaching and belief in our students' abilities have propelled them to their best performances.
Our heartfelt congratulations to our extraordinary year group of 2022-2023. Your hard work, determination, and resilience have paid off, and you should be immensely proud of your achievements. You have proven that you can overcome even the most daunting obstacles with the right mindset and support. As you embark on the next chapter of your lives, know that you are equipped with the skills and character to seize every opportunity and achieve greatness.
You are flag bearers of our SHARE values and Sikh ethos, and we look forward to seeing you shine and brighten up the world with your light. We have no doubt that the successes celebrated today are only the beginning of a long and exceptional journey for each and every one of our students. May you continue to push boundaries, explore new horizons, and inspire those around you as you carve your path in the world.
Once again, congratulations to the class of 2022-2023 for their record-breaking performances. May your achievements serve as an inspiration for generations to come.
Date of Release: 25th August, 2023
GCSE Results for the Academic Year 2022-2023
We are thrilled with our GCSE results at Guru Nanak Sikh Academy. Our Year 11 students have excelled in a year where GCSE grades returned to pre-covid levels. Notably, our percentages for Grade 4 and above (79.2%), Grade 5 and above (65.3%), and Grade 7 and above (30.1%) are all well above the national averages (69.4%, 54.4%, 21.1% respectively).
This reflects the dedication of our students, teachers and amazing parental support. Congratulations to all involved!
81.3% of students attained Grade 4 or above in English and Mathematics. In academic subjects like Mathematics, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Geography, students have demonstrated solid performance, with the percentage achieving Grade 7 or higher surpassing the national average by 10% or more.
Notable Achievements - The school commends the following students for their outstanding achievement with an impressive number of Grade 8 and 9 in their respective subjects of study.
A. Kaur 4x Grade 9, 5x Grade 8, 2x Grade 6
Manraj Singh 6x Grade 9, 3x Grade 8, 1x Grade 7, 1x Grade 6
Arjan Dhillon 5x Grade 9, 4x Grade 8, 1x Grade 6, 1x Distinction
Sukhmanpreet Kaur 3x Grade 9, 6x Grade 8, 1x Grade 7, 1x Grade 6
Simrat Thiara 5x Grade 9, 3x Grade 8, 1x Grade 6, 1x Merit
K. Singh 3x Grade 9, 5x Grade 8, 2x Grade 7, 1x Grade 6
Sumehr Nagpal 2x Grade 9, 6x Grade 8, 2x Grade 7, 1x Grade 4
M. Grover 5x Grade 9, 2x Grade 8, 3x Grade 7, 1x Grade 6
Anisha Dhaul 4x Grade 9, 3x Grade 8, 2x Grade 7, 1x Grade 6, 1x Grade 4
Amandeep Kaur 2x Grade 9, 5x Grade 8, 3x Grade 7, 1x Distinction*
Harkiran Khurana 2x Grade 9, 5x Grade 8, 2x Grade 7, 2x Grade 6
Sahjpreet Gill 2x Grade 9, 5x Grade 8, 1x Grade 7, 3x Grade 6, 1x Grade 5
Harjinder Singh 3x Grade 9, 3x Grade 8, 1x Grade 7, 2x Grade 6, 2x Grade 5
Ivleen Sethi 2x Grade 9, 4x Grade 8, 3x Grade 7, 1x Grade 6, 1x Distinction
Tia Mann 2x Grade 9, 4x Grade 8, 3x Grade 7, 1x Grade 6, 1x Merit
Ishween Toor 2x Grade 9, 4x Grade 8, 2x Grade 7, 2x Grade 6, 1x Distinction
Gurjot Sidhu 1x Grade 9, 5x Grade 8, 1x Grade 7, 1x Grade 6, 1x Grade 5, 1x Grade 4
Gunika Malhi 3x Grade 9, 2x Grade 8, 1x Grade 7, 2x Grade 6, 1x Grade 5, 1x Distinction
Simran Nandha 1x Grade 9, 3x Grade 8, 5x Grade 7, 2x Distinction*
In addition to the impressive academic accomplishments of all our students, we take great pride in their dedication to our school's core values of Service, Humility, Achievement, Respect and Equality.
We eagerly anticipate the positive impact they will undoubtedly make on our wider community as they continue their learning journey and pursue their education and careers.