JU Pupils perform exceptionally well once again...
Jamiatul Ummah: GCSE Results 2019
Jamiatul Ummah School has performed exceptionally well once again at the 2019 Summer GCSEs. The results across the curriculum are outstanding, including in English, Mathematics and Science.
Congratulations to Mohammed Kamrul Ahsan and Sabir Hussain Miah for achieving 6 grade 9s, 2 grade 8s and 1 grade 7, which is an outstanding 100% A**– A across all subjects. Other notable performers include Al-Harith Haj Yousif who attained 5 grade 9s and Mohammed Mahdiur Rahman who attained 4 grade 9s.
On receiving the results, the Principal, Mr Nojarul Islam, commented, "Pupils at Jamiatul Ummah School have performed very well again this year. We are particularly pleased to see our pupils attaining high grades in the new 9-1 GCSEs in Arabic, History and Computing. Pupils and staff have worked extremely hard throughout the last academic year and we are very pleased with the outcome”.
He went on to say, “The school is continuing to improve in all areas and aspires to be outstanding at the next Ofsted Inspection. The progress pupils make at Jamiatul Ummah is excellent and is a testament to the high levels of dedication, commitment and resolve of our staff, parents, governors and trustees who do their utmost to ensure our pupils successfully build a solid platform from which to embark on the next phase of their academic lives”.
Mr Hasan Mueenuddin, Chair of the Board of Trustees, was delighted with the results and added, “Dawatul Islam UK & Eire, the founding Charity of the School, will relentlessly invest in our young people, and is working towards creating generations of confident young Muslims who will make positive contribution in British Society at all levels”.
The Chair of the Governing Body, Mr Shabbir Kawsar, also congratulated students and praised staff for their hard work and also thanked the community for their continued support. He expressed gratitude to parents for their trust and confidence in the school throughout.
Jamiatul Ummah wishes its pupils every success in their future endeavours, and congratulates every one of them for achieving these results. The school thanks parents, teachers, Governors and the Trustees without whose support this achievement would not have been possible.