Exam results roll of honour for the academic year 2018-2019.

A level examination results

With grades dropping across the nation to the lowest they have been for more than a decade, we are delighted to share that Ealing Independent College has had another year with some exceptional student achievements and grade enhancements amongst our two-year A Level cohort and our Intensive retake group. The consistency of strong A-level results across the College is a hallmark, and a true testament to the passion and dedication of all of the teaching staff for guiding and inspiring our students to achieve their full potential.

Principal of Ealing Independent College, Dr Ian Moores, commented: "It is very pleasing to see that the tenacity and diligent hard work of students, which I see on a daily basis at the College, has been rewarded. It brings a great deal of pride to see our student body enjoy such success. I wish them all well in their future endeavours.”

For full details of our examination results (A Level and GCSE), including a subject by subject breakdown, please email the College directly.

A high proportion of our students have again made it to their first choice universities, and we are delighted to share some of their successes below:

Thanusree, an international student from Malaysia, achieved an excellent AAB in Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry, which has enabled her to pursue her dream of studying Medicine. A former student council member who was part of the College’s first delegation to Model UN conference in Boston in 2018, Thanu’s industrious approach to her studies has been rewarded and we wish her every success in the future

Vladislav also performed with distinction, scoring an A* grade in Russian, along with a B grade in Photography and a C in Mathematics. Vladislav’s hard work and dedication throughout his time at the College ensured that he has achieved the results which he deserved, despite joining Year 12 late in the first term. He goes to University of Westminster to study Photography with our very best wishes.

Alishba pushed herself throughout her A Level studies, maintaining her high standards in four subjects across two years. Her grades of ABBB in Biology, Chemistry, Psychology and History are testament to her tireless work-rate and calm, methodical approach. Alishba remains on course to study the Medical Sciences at St. George’s University, a career which she is certainly suited to.  


Sarah, a Malaysian native, studied Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics, performing superbly well. She attained B grades in all subjects, and her valuable contribution to the Charities Society over this academic year has left a tremendous legacy of generosity to the local community. She will now read Accounting and Finance at City University of London.

Lina, who successfully undertook an intensive GCSE with the College, taking her grades to A* and A, up from B and C grades, stayed on for A Levels and performed tremendously. With B grades in Chemistry, Mathematics and Psychology, Lina was a model student during her time at the College and has developed immensely since joining in 2015. She will now go on to study Economics at City University of London.

Chiraag, who joined the College to restart his A Level studies following disappointment at a local state school, worked consistently hard over the last two years, realising his potential by attaining B grades in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics. 

As well as a fantastic performance from our Year 13 students, many students also joined the College to embark on a one-year intensive course with the intention of improving on disappointing performances in their former schools or taking up a brand new subject. There were some real stand-out success stories this year:

Katerina, made a brave decision to come to the College for a year with the goal of improving her grades to gain access to better university courses. Having previously attained a B grade in English Literature, she pushed her Mathematics grade from a C to a B and, taking the subject from a scratch start, without even prior GCSE background knowledge, worked immensely hard to achieve a B in Biology. A truly superb achievement.

Another student who joined the College for one year on the A Level intensive programme was Nazanin. Having suffered the disappointing setback of achieving CCD in Mathematics, Psychology and Economics respectively, she lifted his profile to BBC, enjoying a 3 grade enhancement. Nazanin was a popular, industrious and amenable student at the College and she has certainly learned how to study more effectively, going with our very best wishes to study International Relations at Queen Mary University of London.

Rehab returned to the College to study intensive A Levels in Biology and Chemistry, having already attained C grades in both. By fine tuning her approach in both disciplines, and applying more rigour to her approach thanks to the Colleges guidelines, she was able to achieve an enhancement of one grade in both subjects. Rehab will now be going to Kings College London to study Pharmacy.

Nimr, disappointed with his grades of CCC, which were achieved at a local state school, enroled at the College in 2018 with the aim of improving his chances of gaining a place in a more prestigious university course. With the help of small class teaching and close support, Nimr achieved BBC grades, enjoying a two grade rise. Nimr also captained the College football team on several occasions during the season.

Congratulations to all students on their A Level results.

GCSE examination results

Moving from strength to strength, this year’s GCSE results have surpassed expectations at the College, with almost 87% of all GCSEs sat across our year 11 and GCSE Intensive cohorts attaining at least grade 4 and above in the new specifications. The College is extremely proud of all of the students who have been with us through their two-year GCSE courses. In addition, the value which the College has added to the results of students who enrolled in the College to improve their existing grades from previous schools has been very pleasing this year, with some students enjoying substantial grade enhancement in the subjects which they have retaken, enabling them to move towards A Level courses.

Amongst the Year 11 cohort, there were some wonderful individual performances, detailed below:

Riten performed extremely well, and showed his superb talent for the sciences by achieving two grade 9s in Physics and Biology, alongside two grade 8s in Chemistry and Mathematics. Riten also scored a tremendous grade 6 in French to go with a 5 in English Language and 4s in English Literature and History. Riten therefore managed to attain passes in the EBacc range of subjects and is a very strong candidate for further study at the College and will undoubtedly thrive with the more rigorous A Level course.

Nali performed superbly well across his GCSE subjects, attaining a grade 9 in Biology, to go with grade 8s in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. He also achieved a grade 7 in English Language, a 6 in English Literature. He also achieved a 5 in History and a 4 in Spanish, thus attaining passes across the EBacc subjects. He was able to cope with a high workload this year very well, and should be proud of his results. Nali will now move on to his A Level studies with confidence.

Fabien’s results across all of his GCSE subjects demonstrated a consistency of excellence, in Biology, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, History, English Language and Literature. Fabien has been a role model in terms of attendance, punctuality and conduct during his time at the College, and his results are a fitting reward for his determined approach as year 11 progressed.

Sandra produced tremendous results having joined the College part of the way into year 11, and she has shown that she is a student with undoubted talent. Her grade 8 in Biology, along with a grade 7 in Physics, was complemented by a grade 6 in Mathematics, a 5 for English Literature and grade 4s in English Language and History. Sandra’s performance is all the more pleasing given the fact that she missed all of year 10 and a significant part of year 11 at the College. Her results show what is possible through hard work and persistence.

Edward is another year 11 student who performed very well. Grade 7s in Physics and Biology were accompanied by 6s in Chemistry and Mathematics. With grade 4s in English Language and Literature, Edward will commence his A Level studies at the College in Mathematics and the Sciences. His increasingly mature approach paid dividends this year, supported by his superb attendance record and desire to get involved in the College’s extra-curricular offerings.

Duc, having joined the College in year 9 from Vietnam, also performed with distinction. Grade 6s in Art, Physics and Mathematics were complemented by a grade 5 in Chemistry. She also achieved grade 4s in Biology and English. Duc has ambitions of a career in Architecture and we are sure that she will succeed.

As well as a fantastic performance from our Year 11 students, many students embarked on a one-year intensive GCSE course with the intention of improving on disappointing performances in their former schools.

There were some real stand-out success stories this year:

Swaburah took disappointing grades in her subjects at a local state school up to 77555, with a grade enhancement of 4 across five subjects. Her performance in Biology and Physics were particularly strong and she is now in a very good position to move on to A Levels with a renewed sense of confidence.

Albert sat his GCSEs in 2018 at a state comprehensive, and enjoyed a good advancement in grades with the College. He managed to improve his overall GCSE grades across all of his subjects by one, attaining improvements in English Language, English Literature, History and Mathematics, in the process enabling him to apply for A Level courses.

Principal Dr Ian Moores was very pleased with the achievements of the GCSE cohort. He stated that “The GCSE results are again fantastic this year. I am particularly delighted to see our year 11 cohort performing tremendously well. They are a delightful group who worked conscientiously throughout the year and they have been rewarded with wonderful grades.”

For full details of our examination results (A Level and GCSE), including a subject by subject breakdown, please email the College directly.