Oak Wood School

Year 11 - Student Profiles

Former Pinkwell Primary School pupil Lutaf achieved fantastic grades including 9 in Chemistry, 8 in Biology, Physics, Maths and English Literature, 7 in Film Studies and 6 in Business, History and English Language. Lutaf is ambitious for the future and dreams of a career in medicine. He is grateful for his teachers always being ready to go the extra mile, as well as the extracurricular opportunities he had access to like Duke of Edinburgh Award.

“I would recommend Oak Wood School because of the excellent facilities, resources and exam support. I am so grateful to the teachers for helping me to achieve my goals and preparing me for the next stage of my studies.”

Zak discovered that his hard work paid off when he learned that he had gained 8 in English Language, 7 in Maths, Film Studies and 6 in Chemistry, Physics, Spanish and History. The former Ryefield Primary School pupil is now looking forward to attending Oak Wood Sixth Form with an ambition to attend university to study sports science. He believes the teachers at Oak Wood stretched him to achieve these results, noticing a significant improvement in subjects such as Chemistry.

“I’d like to thank Oak Wood for my time here. It’s been a fun five years and a very enriching experience. I’ve enjoyed being part of the school football team and going on school trips to places such as Belgium and France to support my studies.”

Jibran, who previously attended Grange Park Primary School has a successful future ahead of him after achieving excellent GCSE results, including 9 in English Language, 8 in English Literature and 7 in Physics. He attributes his success to the encouraging and supportive teachers at Oak Wood as well as the resources and extra help provided after school. Jibran is looking forward to joining Oak Wood Sixth Form and is determined to make the most of his success to carve out a career for himself in Medicine or Bio Medical Science

“I have enjoyed the extra opportunities the school has to offer such as The Brilliant Club; it was a great insight into university life at Cambridge and Oxford and I was proud to have attained a 1st class in my Biomedical Science project.”