SPWT Students Celebrate Exceptional Achievements and Top University Destinations
St Paul's Way Trust Sixth Form is celebrating the achievements of its talented 2020 cohort who have displayed incredible resilience, patience and positive attitude during this challenging period.
Amongst the many outstanding achievements in the STEM subjects, Safwaan Ahmod (AAA) will be reading Biochemistry at Kings College London and Shah Niha (AAA) will be reading a medicine Imperial College London. Both Labib Khan (A*A*A*A*) and Jenny Huynh (A*AAA) will be reading Medicine at Queen Mary University supported by our Barts and the London Scholarship worth up to £75k. The Barts and the London Scholarship is made possible due to our unique relationship with Trust Partner QMUL.
In the Humanities, Farah Noor (A*A*A) will be studying English at Queen Mary and Mahir Ahmed (A*AA) will be study Law at Kings College London. A special congratulations to Adnaan Ali (A*A*A*) who has been successful at gaining a place at Clare College Cambridge to study Medieval and Modern Language and Bilal Ahmed (A*A*A*) who is also going to Cambridge university to read Mathematics.
We would like to congratulate all our students for their sustained hard work during their time at SPWT and we wish them every success for the future.
New Year 12 students who may be interested in joining our exciting sixth form in September 2020 should contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the school. Enrolment will take place on Thursday 20th August 2020. Please check the website for updates. Due to popularity the Sixth Form is only likely to have some limited spaces available in Art, English, Classical Civilisation, Spanish and some Humanities subjects.
Safwaan achieved AAA and will read Biochemistry at King’s College London
Bilal achieved A*A*A*A* and will read Mathematics at Cambridge
Farah achieved A*A*A and will read English at Queen Mary University of London, where he received an unconditional offer
Mahir achieved A*AA and will read Law at King's College London, University of London
Nishat achieved A*BB and will read History at King's College London, University of London