A Special Day Celebrating Our Students’ Achievements


The UCL Academy is celebrating its Year 13 students’ achievements, following the publication of A Level results today. The results achieved by the current cohort are a testament to the students’ resilience and hard work, in addition to the support provided by staff, parents, carers and each other. The Academy is immensely proud of our students who are today confirming their places on a range of degree courses reflecting the Academy’s commitment to academic excellence and a broad and forward-looking curriculum. 

Co-Principals Robin Street and Simon McBride said:

“Every year we welcome our students into the school to receive their grades and be with their peers and their teachers. Every year there are many wonderful achievements to celebrate, students to support and guidance to be given. This is a year group that navigated their GCSEs through the pandemic and who have studied their A levels with passion and commitment. We are so proud of the destinations everyone in this year group has secured, studying a broad range of courses at leading Universities and high-quality degree apprenticeships. Education is about giving every child a platform to move on to the next stage of their lives. We look forward to hearing more in the future about the class of 2023 and welcoming them back as the role models they have become to the next generation of UCL Academy students.”

As always, we are delighted with the performance of all our students. A few notable achievements below:


Rahim Addul
Rahim, one of our Deputy Heads was thrilled to achieve his results; 2 A*’s and 1 A in Biology, Chemistry and Maths. Rahim praised the teachers who worked hard to help him reach his potential and the ‘extra mile the teachers went to offer support throughout his studies’. Rahim is very much looking forward to studying Economics at the University of Warwick.


Maria Cabral de Mouram
Maria joined the Academy in Year 7 and today achieved a superb set of results. With an A* in English Literature, A’s in Computer Studies and Fine Art and a B in Mathematics, Maria has secured her place at the University of the Arts London to study Graphic and Media Design. She said ‘the teachers had played a pivotal role in her exam success’, in addition to her ‘never give up’ approach to education.




Ajibola Mobolaji-Okoya
Ajibola performed exceptionally well in his studies, gaining 3 A’s in Economics, Mathematics and Sociology. He will be taking up his place later this year to study Economics at the University of Birmingham. Ajibola credits the teachers with ‘giving him all the resources and support’ he needed to achieve his results.



Rita Sllamniku
Rita is another one of our students who has been with us since Year 7. With 3 A’s in Biology, Chemistry and Maths, Rita has secured her place to study Medicine at our sponsor UCL. Rita credited the ‘motivation and discipline instilled’ in her and fellow students as a major reason for her success, in addition to the dedication of teachers and the high level of education she was given throughout her time at the Academy.




Matthias Alvarado-Schunemann
Matthias was awarded for all his hard work, gaining 2 A’s in Mathematics and Spanish and 1 B in Economics. A student here since Year 8, Matthias is delighted to have secured his place to study Economics and Finance at Queen Mary University of London. He spoke about the importance of being given the independence to navigate his studies, in addition to the excellent Mathematics tutoring he received over the course of 2 years studying for his A Levels.



William Power
William was thrilled to achieve 2 A’s in Economics and Geography and a B in Philosophy. Later this year, he will take up his place to study Politics, Philosophy and Economics at the University of Warwick. William credited the ‘drive of teachers’ at the Academy and the ‘ability to have as much support as you need in order to achieve your goals’.

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