East London School headed by Nigerian principal produces best A” Level students in 2019.

Brampton Manor Academy in East Ham, London with Dr. Dayo Olukoshi, OBE, as its Executive Principal has achieved record A-level results with over 100 students achieving straight A to A* grades. About 100 of the Sixth form students from diverse ethnic backgrounds came out flying with straight A* to A grades, also gaining admissions to Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol, St. Andrew, and other top Britain universities.

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A BBC report said 99% of students from the school achieved between A*-B.

The feat gives Brampton Manor Academy its best-ever student success in A’level results this year.

Dr. Dayo Olukoshi was awarded Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 2015 for his services to education.

Dr Dayo Olukoshi, Executive Principal of Brampton Manor Academy

Executive Principal Dr Dayo Olukoshi, said:

“We are a very successful school because we focus very strongly on what really matters: — the quality of teaching and learning. In 2012 and 2018, Ofsted concluded that our overall effectiveness is outstanding because: Student achievement is outstanding; Quality of teaching and learning is outstanding; Student behaviour is outstanding and Quality of leadership and management is outstanding.

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Students of all ages and abilities make outstanding progress because of the rich curriculum we offer, along with the excellent care, guidance and support we provide. Our school motto ‘success through effort & determination’ underpins all that we do here at Brampton Manor Academy and our mission is simple: to ensure that no child is left behind.”

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Brampton Manor Academy pupil Hridita Rahman Khan, with A*A*A, was one of more than 100 teenagers to get straight A grades. Picture: Andrew Brookes
Brampton Manor Academy pupil Anthony Mgbeike, earned A*s in maths and economics and an A in further maths. Picture: Andrew Brookes.

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