The headteacher of a boys' high school said he was 'immensely proud' on results day.

School staff and parents joined pupils at Tauheedul Islam Boys’ High School (TIBHS) to celebrate the success.

Majid Ditta, Principal at TIBHS, said: “We are immensely proud of our pupils’ outstanding achievements in this year's GCSEs.

"Their hard work, determination, and dedication have culminated in a set of impressive academic results. 

“I’d like to thank our exceptional staff and supportive parents who have played an integral role in nurturing our pupils’ success. I’m thrilled that many of our boys have chosen to continue their studies with us in our Sixth Form, TB6, and I wish them all the brightest of futures.”

Danish Ranjha joined the school in Year 9 after arriving in the UK from Italy with his family and will continue his academic pathway in the sixth form.

Danish’s hard work and determination have paid off, leading to impressive achievements in his GCSE results. He has secured 10 GCSEs at grade 6 and above. 

Farhan Abed, one of the school’s top performers, achieved five grade 9s. He said: “This would not have been possible without the dedication of my teachers and support of my parents – I am very grateful for the opportunity.”

Shoyub Desai achieved the top grade 9 in seven subjects, grade 8 in three subjects,  and a Level 2 BTec Distinction* in Engineering Design.

He said, “All the teachers and support staff have helped me so much. They showed me the steps I needed to take to achieve my dreams and at each step, I was encouraged to go a little bit further. I am so grateful to everyone who has helped me to achieve these grades and for helping me to grow into the person I am today.”

Zakariyya Vali achieved six grade 9s, two grade 8s, two grade 7s, and a Level 2 BTec Distinction* in Engineering Design. 

Zakariyya said: “I’m so excited to have received the grades I need to go on to study further. I can’t wait for college to begin in September so that I can continue to fulfil my dreams. Thank you so much to everyone at TIBHS for helping me to get so far, I really don’t think I could have done it without you.”