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Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Students at Oasis Academy Oldham celebrate and are ready for their next steps after achieving some great GCSE results

Students at Oasis Academy Oldham celebrate and are ready for their next steps after achieving some great GCSE results

The wait for GCSE results is over as students across the country returned to school one final time to collect their grades, and the current coronavirus pandemic hasn’t dampened spirits for final year students at Oasis Academy Oldham, Greater Manchester as they look forward to taking their next steps today after securing some great results.

A number of students have achieved superb individual results.

Aziz Chowdhury has secured an 8 and a 9 in English and maths, a 9 in each of his separate sciences and an 8 in both History and Religious Studies. Salwa Khahil has achieved a 7 in English, 9s in Maths, separate sciences, and history and 8s in Media Studies and Religious studies.

Speaking of their results both were delighted with their outcomes which were so well deserved through hard work and determination.

Dominique Gobbi, Principal at Oasis Academy Oldham, commented on students’ success saying; “We are thrilled for our young people who have worked so hard for these results.  At Oasis Academy Oldham we are passionate about giving our students the opportunities that they need to make great progress and flourish, and this year more of our students than ever are leaving us with the qualifications they need to take the next step towards a fulfilling career.”

“Today is also an important testimony and a credit too to our fantastic teachers who are so dedicated to our students, enabling them to do their very best.”

Clare Higgins, Assistant Principal linked to Year 11 at Oasis Academy Oldham, added; “We are thrilled for all of our students on their results today – they have worked hard and reaped the rewards. We wish them all the best on their next steps, wherever that may be. Their achievements are an inspiration to the younger students of what can be achieved.”