21 August 2020

GCSE success for Redbridge Institute learners

Our learners achieved outstanding GCSE English and Maths grades this year. 93% of learners achieved grades 9-4 in maths with an amazing 63% achieving grades 9-7. Learners who studied for English GCSE, 82% achieved grades 9-4.

 

Saira Rauf had this to say about her success...
“This year was very tough as I was doing two intensive courses (GCSE maths and Teaching assistant level 3 diploma). I was also a volunteer helping other learners with their maths.
There were days when I felt like giving up but somehow I kept going.
I achieved grade 8 in GCSE maths and have also passed the Teaching assistant diploma and I am very pleased with my achievement in both courses. Thank you to my teachers who have supported me throughout the whole year. Next year i plan to take GCSE English."

 

Gnanappriya Siva has this to say about her time at Redbridge Institute:
"First of all, I wish to express my sincere gratitude to the Redbridge institute of adult education.
Thank you so much for facilitating such a positive learning environment. My special thanks to the dedicated staff and our home work club volunteer Andrea .
Last year I enrolled to the GCSE Maths and unfortunately discontinued my course due to poor health. The institute offered me another opportunity to continue my studies and gave me the motivation i needed to achieve a grade 9. I don't have any words to express my gratitude. Thank you so much again."

 

Lauraine and Rosemary. our GCSE English teachers have this to say about the achievements of their learners...
"Although we are very excited that two of our learners (Jasdip Sagu and Surriya Khushal) achieved grade 8 in the GCSE course, some of our other learners are also especially to be congratulated: Razia Fez, Shiyamini Melroy and Habiba Batool have been with the Institute through Entry 3, level 1 and level 2 English classes, working very hard for three years before joining this class. All their hard work has paid off as they have all achieved grade 5 - a very solid and convincing result. We should also wish Seemab Vohra all the best, as her result (grade 7) has qualified her to take up a place on a teaching training course at University College, London."