GCSE 2023 - Headlines
Nishkam School 2023
National Average (all schools) 2023
|Grade 5 or above English &Maths
Overall results are estimated to place the school overall in the top 5% of all schools nationally
**Attainment 8 score is the average measure of an individual student's progress across their 8 best performing subjects taken at GCSE level.
***A Progress 8 score is usually between -1 and +1. A score of +1 means that pupils in that school achieve one grade higher in each qualification than other similar pupils nationally. A score of -1 means they achieve one grade lower. The average Progress 8 score of all secondary schools nationally is 0
Some particular success stories of note:
Kavan D achieved straight 9s in all 11 GCSE’s
Sukhveer R achieved 9 grade 9s and one grade 8
Tuka M achieved eight grade 9s GCSEs, one grade 8 and one grade 6.
Krrish M achieved five grade 9s and 5 grade 8s.
Mareesha A achieved six grade 9s, four grade 8s and one grade 7.
Reflecting on the results, Gerard Dineen (Headteacher- Secondary Phase), said:
“I am delighted to be celebrating our student’s achievements and I am so proud of them. Our Year 11s worked so hard for these outcomes and it’s so pleasing to seeing them rewarded for their endeavours. Whilst we are so proud of their efforts, I do also wish to thank our teaching and support staff who worked as hard to support these students to achieve these incredible outcomes. Our first GCSE cohort has done us proud and have set a high benchmark for those coming after them. They have undoubtedly helped cement a culture of high aspirations and strong work ethic amongst our student body. We can now justifiably say that we are one of the highest performing schools in Hounslow, London and England. I am truly grateful to all the school’s stakeholders for helping us on our journey. From our site team to our catering and administration staff, it takes a huge number of dedicated, enthusiastic and committed individuals to make these successes happen. I am thankful for all their support in helping our students to achieve such wonderful outcomes. We look forward to welcoming these students back into our first A-level cohort and continuing our journey together.”