OIEA students collect their GCSE results

  20 August, 2020

OIEA Head Boy, Eduard

Students at Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy have today received their GCSE results, enabling them to embark on the next chapter of their education.

Staff and students joined together to celebrate the many achievements at the end of what has been an unprecedented end to the academic year for all schools across the country, in light of COVID-19 and the cancellation of exams this summer.

Whilst BTEC grades are still to be awarded, amongst some of the individual successes this year were:

  • Evie Mawer, who achieved a Grade 9 in English Language, English Literature, Maths, Geography, Biology, Chemistry and Physics; and a Grade 7 in Art, amongst other grades. Evie is also a talented pianist and took part in our Virtual Summer Celebration online entertaining us all with her amazing piano playing, which was shown on the OAT Facebook site as well as the academy’s site.
  • Kiera Warhurst who at GCSE level secured a Grade 9 in Art, Biology, Chemistry, History, Maths and Physics; a Grade 8 in English Literature, a Grade 7 in English Language and a Grade 6 in German.
  • Jessica Dove who attained a Grade 9 in Geography and English Language; Grade 8 in English Literature and Maths; Grade 7 in Physics and a Grade 6 in Chemistry and Biology at GCSE level.
  • Eduard Marcuic who achieved a Grade 9 in Maths; Grade 8 in Chemistry, Computer Science, German and Physics; Grade 7 in Biology and a Grade 6 in English Literature and Language. Eduard’s achievement are remarkable having moved to England earlier in his education and having to learn English, as well as all the subjects he studied.

Nia Salt, Principal at Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy, said:

“We are really excited to be welcoming our students back to school today as they collect their GCSE results. They really deserve the brilliant results they have secured, which will enable them to take the next steps in their education and beyond.

“It has been an unusual and difficult time for many during the lockdown period, but we are so proud of the way in which our students have pulled together to support one another. They are a credit to themselves and our school, and we wish them the very best for their next steps.”

More information about the grading system this year click here.

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