ISLEWORTH & Syon School was proud of its Year 13 students after an excellent set of results.

At A-level, top performer was Arjun Notay, scoring an outstanding three A*s and one A. This follows his clean sweep of A*s at GCSE. He heads to Imperial College London to read aeronautical engineering.

Joining him at university this September will be Alexander Pandey and Matthew Nunan, who are heading to Manchester and Sheffield respectively after earning two A*s and two As apiece.

Alexander will use his computing A-level to study computer science, while Matthew will build on his A-level geography to continue with the subject.

Deputy head student Bryn Horton earned an A* and three As and heads to UCL to read physics.

His physics classmate, Arham Khalid, achieved an A* in that subject plus two additional. He will study a physics with nanotechnology course.

Denzel Mansaray continues a long line of future biomedical undergraduates, achieving straight As on his way to study at UCL. Ahmed Mustafa, who had an A* and two As and is considering a medical route, is having a gap year.

In vocational results, Mohamad Rosstom achieved a computing double Distinction* as well as a Distinction in applied science. He is now pursuing an apprenticeship,

He is one of several Isleworthians encouraged towards apprenticeships this year.

Zain Muhammad’s Double Distinction* and a Distinction will stand him in good stead to continue his computer science studies at Westminster.

The business cohort also had a good year. Congratulations go to Cristian Johnson Castro, who will take his Distinction* - plus a Distinction and another Distinction* - to Queen Mary University to read business and economics.

Alexander Standing combined double vocational sport with A-level film. He was delighted with his double Distinction* and B grades as he heads off to pursue a football coaching and talent development degree.

Co-headteachers Simon Fisher and Jo Higginbottom said: “Our students’ commitment, resilience, and work ethic has been remarkable.”