Exam results roll of honour for the academic year 2019-2020.

Awaiting A Level results day tend to bring mixed emotions and nervousness amongst students any year, but this year it has been a particularly anxious time for students, parents and teachers alike. With the cancellation of exams and having to put their faith into a system of predicted grades, ranking and algorithms; it has left students feeling a lack of control of their future. In spite of the complexities of this year’s results process, we are delighted that 52% of our students achieved A* to B, and that the majority of our students have been able to progress to their first-choice universities.

Principal of Ealing Independent College, Allan Cairns, commented: “Congrats to all of our students who have dedicated themselves to their studies during these unprecedented times."

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:

Namit, a Year 12 student who sat maths intensively this year, has secured an outstanding grade. Namit was one of our scholarship winners last year. He hopes to study at The University of Cambridge following completing his other A Levels with us in Computer Science, Physics and Further Maths.

Nicole, sat A Level English Literature intensively with us and performed outstandingly. Her grade that she accumulated from scratch and most likely opens her up to applying to Law at the university of her choice.

Anushka, one of our hardest working students has been rewarded with excellent grades. She has accepted a place at The University of Sheffield to study Business Management. We are so proud of your dedication to your studies.    


Philip, joined us to retake GCSEs in an intensive year and passed with only middling grades. Philip continued his studies with us to study A Levels and has worked really hard to achieve excellent results. Philip will be looking to secure an apprenticeship.

Sadie, joined the College to study on our A Level Intensive course. Her A Levels were in Economics and Chemistry and she achieved excellent grades in both. Sadie will be studying Accounting and Finance at The University of Warwick.



Iman, joined the College to study one our A Level intensive course in hope that she can go on to study medicine at university. She has now achieved excellent grades due to her hard work and will be moving on to study Biochemistry at King’s College London, University of London.




GCSE Results


Lara, 9,9,9,8,8,8,8,8 - with an additional 9 in Arabic (2019). She was nominated for the ISA Whitbread Memorial Prize, and has been a model student ever since joining to commence her GCSE course at the College.

Naoya, 9,9,8,8,7,7,7,7 - with an additional 9 in Japanese (2019). An outstanding student who developed a mature approach to learning here. He was captain of the Running Club and played on numerous occasions for the football team.

Ava, 9,8,8,8,8,7,7,6,6 (Joined us in January 2020 after a difficult time at her last school). Tremendously talented student who immediately demonstrated her qualities here.

Ahmed, 8,7,7,7,7,7,7 - with an additional 9 in RS (2018) and History 7 (2019). Ahmed is a Scholarship Competition winner 2020 - incredible work ethic. He only joined us at the start of year 11, and has often remarked about how he has 'found a home' here.