Exam success for King Solomon students 

By Simon Rothstein 

PUPILS from King Solomon High School received a fantastic set of A-Level and GCSE results. 

Overall 72% of A-Level grades were A*-C and 49% of grades were A*-B. Students are now going on to a variety of universities and apprenticeships including the University of Nottingham, King’s College London, Imperial College London and the University of Bristol. 

The school’s highest A-Level achievers, receiving all As and A*s, were Alessia Bowman, Ari Carmel-Brown, Sam Chevin, Sacha Choi, Sam Feldman, Ana Palade, Jasminder Tania, Matilda Villa and Salvina Zahir. 

Headteacher Hannele Reece said: “I am very proud of all our students, to sit their first ever public examinations against the backdrop of the Covid pandemic and receive such amazing results is testament to their resilience and hard work. 

“Congratulations to all our students and the team of staff that supported them in achieving these wonderful results.  I wish all our students the very best in their next steps and look forward to hearing about their future successes.” 

King Solomon is also celebrating “another fantastic set of GCSE results despite the challenges of the pandemic”. Most of those having completed their GCSEs will now be continuing into sixth form at the school. 

Sam Feldman, Ari Carmel-Brown and Sam Chevin celebrate their A-Level success



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