Eden pupils are on Cloud 9

GCSE exams were cancelled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but despite the uncertainty in the run-up to today’s results, pupils at Eden Boys school in Preston had plenty of reasons to celebrate.

Thursday, 20th August 2020, 2:54 pm
Updated Thursday, 20th August 2020, 2:56 pm
Hasanat Khan with his seven grade nine passes

Ebrahim Gangat’s dedication to his studies paid off with eight grade 9s – the highest GCSE grade and will continue his studies at Newman College where he will do A Levels in maths, physics and geography.

The hard work and dedication of head boy, Yusuf Bapu, resulted in him being awarded seven grade 9s. Yusuf will study A-Levels in maths, economics and history at Lancaster Grammar School.

Hasanat Khan is still on Cloud nine as his ,seven top grades , mean that he will be able to continue his passion for maths and the sciences at Lancaster Grammar School where he will be studying A Levels in maths, biology and chemistry in the sixth form.

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Eden head boy, Yusuf Bapu got seven grade nines at GCSE

The school’s deputy head boy, Rafee Chowdhury, was awarded six grade 9s and is delighted to be able to go on to continue his education at Nelson and Colne College. Rafee will study A Levels in maths, biology and chemistry.

Eden principal Nafisa Patel was delighted with the results and said: "We are incredibly proud of our pupils who continue to aspire to greatness and succeed in spite of recent challenges.

"We are grateful to all our parents and staff who have all helped to support our pupils throughout their time at Eden Boys’ School, Preston.

“We know that our pupils have wonderful futures ahead of them and we look forward to hearing about their future successes.”

Rafee Chowdhury is as star pupil