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Jamiatul Ummah: GCSE Results 2018

Jamiatul Ummah School has performed very well in the new 9-1 GCSEs. Our results across the curriculum are excellent, including English and Mathematics.

Hussain Mohammed Ismail, who achieved the equivalent of 10A*, along with memorising the entire Quran by heart, would like to thank the teachers, students and his parents for the persistent support which facilitated his outstanding progress and attainment at Jamiatul Ummah School. He wishes to study Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and History at A Level.

Jamiatul Ummah was ranked the 42nd Best school in England by the Telegraph published in January 2016.

The Principal, Mr Nojarul Islam commented, "Pupils at Jamiatul Ummah have done very well again this year and our school has adapted well to the new 9-1 GCSE’s. Pupils and staff have worked extremely hard throughout the last academic year and we are pleased with the outcomes for the pupils. The school is improving rapidly and aspires to be outstanding in all areas. The progress that pupils make at Jamiatul Ummah is excellent and demonstrates a high commitment from the staff and governors and trustees to ensure our pupils successfully navigate their way into the next phase of their academic life. I am very proud to be part of a school which promotes continuous high achievement whilst contributing to wider British society. I wish students every success for the future. I'd like to congratulate and thank every student for their effort in achieving brilliant results. I would also like to thank my staff and teachers whose relentless efforts have ensured the continuous success of our pupils. The staff, along with Governors and Trustees have dedicated themselves to the progress of our future generations and without whose hard work this outstanding achievement would not be possible.”

Mr Hasan Mueenuddin, the Chairman of Jamiatul Ummah Board of Trustees, was proud of the results achieved by the pupils and added, 'Dawatul Islam continues to invest in our young generations and continuously endeavours toward creating a generation of confident young Muslims who will positively contribute to the wider British Society’. He also thanked the pupils, parents, staff and governors of Jamiatul Ummah School.

The Chairman of the Governing Body, Mr Shabbir Kawsar, also congratulated students and praised staff for their hard work and continued support from the community. He also expressed gratitude to the parents for their trust and ongoing support for the school.

 

Jamiatul Ummah GCSE Results 2017

 

Attainment 8

% Achieving Grade 5 or above  in English and Maths

% Achieving the English Baccalaureate (inc. grade 5 in English/Maths and C in unreformed subjects)

% Staying in Education or Entering Employment (2015 leavers)

Jamiatul Ummah School

62.4

93

44

100

Mulberry School for Girls

55

54

49

85

Central Foundation Girls’ School

53.7

47

28

98

Stepney Green School

50.7

54

34

94

Bishop Challoner Girls School

50.2

49

21

90

Oaklands School

50.1

46

21

99

Sir John Cass Foundation and Redcoat

49.8

48

40

98

Morpeth School

48.7

46

24

99

St Paul’s Way Trust

48.5

45

32

92

Green Springs Academy

48.5

44

28

92

Swanlea School

47.6

44

26

94

Wapping High School

46.4

62

32

-

Bishop Challoner Boys School

45.2

49

11

88

George Green’s School

45

40

21

91

Langdon Park School

44.4

42

15

90

Bow School

42.9

26

24

93

Rain’s Foundation School

39.6

28

22

91

* Figures obtained from https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk

 

 

Attainment 8

% Achieving grade 5 or above in English and Maths

% Achieving the English Baccalaureate

% Entering the English Baccalaureate

Jamiatul Ummah School

62.4

93

44

100

London East Academy

55.2

65

35

85

Darul Hadis Latifiah

59.7

59

45

100

London Islamic School

43.6

48

0

0

Madani Girl’s School

52.8

63

41

63

Mazahirul Uloom School

39

38

10

95

Ebrahim Academy

28

26

4

48

* Figures obtained from https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk for 2017/18. 

 

Jamiatul Ummah School has achieved 100% pass rate in GCSEs 2017 A*- C (9-4) including English and Mathematics.

Kawsar Hassan, who achieved 2 A and 8 A*, would like to thank the teachers, students and his parents for the persistent support which facilitated his outstanding progress and attainment at Jamiatul Ummah School. He wishes to study Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics and Computing at A Level.

Imran Khan, a hifz student who has also been leading Taraweeh prayers at Darul Ummah Masjid, achieved an equally impressive 2 A and 7 A*. His parents are extremely proud of him and would like to thank the teachers and school for supporting him throughout his study at Jamiatul Ummah School.

Jamiatul Ummah was ranked the 42nd Best School in England by the Telegraph, published in January 2016.

The Principal, Mr Nojarul Islam, stated, "Pupils at Jamiatul Ummah School continue, year on year, to show incredible desire and motivation to achieve well. This year, that desire has once again translated into outstanding achievement across the curriculum. I am proud to be part of a school which promotes such high achievement contributing to wider British society. I wish students every success for the future. I'd like to congratulate and thank every student for their effort in achieving excellent results. I would also like to thank my staff and teachers without whose hard work and drive, this outstanding achievement would not be possible.”

He thanked the parents, staff, governors, trustees and the local community for their relentless sense of purpose and co-operation.

Mr Hasan Mueenuddin, the Chairman of Jamiatul Ummah Board of Trustees, was proud of the results and added, “Dawatul Islam continues to strive towards excellence in Education and Jamiatul Ummah is the great example of that”. He also thanked the pupils, parents, staff and governors of Jamiatul Ummah School.

The Chairman of the Governing Body, Mr Shabbir Kawsar, also congratulated students and praised staff for their hard work and continued support for the organisation. He also expressed gratitude to parents and the community for their trust and ongoing support for the school.

 

Pupils achieved the following results in each GCSE subject:

Mathematics                

100%

English Language        

100%

English Literature        

100%

Science                      

100%

Additional Science        

100%

F. Additional Science    

100%

Arabic                        

48%

History                        

71%

Religious Studies        

100%

Statistics                    

100%

ICT                            

93%

Urdu                          

100%

Bengali                      

100%

*figures based on A*-C and 9-4 grades

 

Media Enquiries

For enquiries, please get in touch with Mr Abdul Alim on a.alim(at)jamiatulummah.org.uk or by calling 020 7790 5166

 24th August 2017

Jamiatul Ummah GCSE Results 2016

Jamiatul Ummah School has achieved 100% in GCSE's 2016 A*- C including English and Mathematics.

Raihan Karim who achieved 10A*/A's, would like to thank his parents, teachers and fellow students for his outstanding achievement and progress at Jamiatul Ummah. He intends to study Mathematics, Economics, History and Government & Politics for his A Levels to pursue a career in Politics, Philosophy and Economics.

Jamiatul Ummah was ranked the 42nd Best school in England by the Telegraph published in January 2016.

The Principal, Mr Nojarul Islam commented, "Pupils have shown tremendous aspiration, determination and a concerted drive to succeed in school life. Jamiatul Ummah is both humbled and proud to be a platform for the success of continuing generation of British Muslims. On behalf of the staff here, I wish the students every success for the future. I'd like to congratulate and thank every student for his efforts in achieving excellent results that would any and every school proud". He thanked the parents, staff, governors, trustees and the local community for their relentless sense of purpose and co-operation.

"Everyone involved with the school have been amazingly resilient in the face of unprecedented pressures placed on our faith school in recent years".

Sheikh Abu Sayeed, the Chairman of Jamiatul Ummah Board of Trustees, was most impressed with the results and said, 'Dawatul Islam strives towards excellence on Education and Jamiatul Ummah is the best example of that'. He wishes continuous success for Jamiatul Ummah in the future.

The Chairman of the Governing Body, Mr Shabbir Kawsar, also congratulated students and praised staff for the hard work and loyalty to the organisation. He also expressed gratitude to parents and community for their trust and ongoing support for the school.

 

Pupils achieved the following results in each GCSE subject:

Mathematics              100%

English Language       95%

English Literature       100%

Science                      100%

Additional Science     100%

F. Additional Science  100%

Arabic                          86%

History                        73%

Religious Studies       100%

Statistics                    100%

ICT                              95%

Urdu                          100%

Bengali                      100%


2015

Jamiatul Ummah School have achieved 100% A*- C in the 2015 GCSE's including English & Mathematics

Salman Rashid and Hifzul Rashid, who both achieved 6 A* in addition to 6 As, would like to thank their parents, teachers and fellow students for their outstanding progress and achievements at Jamiatul Ummah.

Jamiatul Ummah have been ranked 42nd in England by the Telegraph.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/leaguetables/12109955/Top-100-secondary-schools-by-GCSE-results-2015.html

2014

Jamiatul Ummah School achieved 100% A*- C in the 2014 GCSE's including English & Mathematics.

We are very pleased to announce that Jamiatul ummah has achieved outstanding GCSE result by getting 100% 5A*-C including English and Maths. We have been ranked 47th in England by the Telegraph.

There are 25 A*'s, 78 A's, 84 B's. Many students achieved 10 or more GCSE's.

2012

Jamiatul Ummah School achieved 100% A*- C in the 2012 GCSE's including English & Mathematics.

There were 20 A*'s, 70 As and 91 B's.