A-level results day: Hornsey Sixth Form College head praises ‘young people who will change the world’

Celebrating Hornsey Sixth Form College's A-level students with the headteacher Kuljit Rahelu and Har

Celebrating Hornsey Sixth Form College's A-level students with the headteacher Kuljit Rahelu and Haringey's assistant director for schools Eveleen Riordan. Picture: HSFG - Credit: Archant

“We pride ourselves on developing young people who will change the world. This faith is repaid by these amazing results.”

A band of celebrating A-level students at Hornsey Sixth Form College. Picture: HSFG

A band of celebrating A-level students at Hornsey Sixth Form College. Picture: HSFG - Credit: Archant

Superlatives abounded from Hornsey Sixth Form College's headteacher Kuljit Rahelu as students picked up A-level results.

The Crouch End sixth form, attached to Hornsey School for Girls was trumpeting strong pass rates across subjects - with more than one in five students getting an A or an A* in history and 30 per cent doing so in English literature.

Top performers included Kate Carson - who scored an A* and two As, Chuk Mbanye with an A and two Cs, and Emmanuella Heymenn who leaves school with grades of ABB.

Ms Rahelu, added: "It is difficult to sum up in words how proud I am of our students and exceptional staff team. "These results are an indicator of how hard everyone works to ensure our students have a successful stepping stone to the future fields they aspire to join."