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Monday 4th March 2019

Nawid Daoud is a Graduate Structural Engineer at a global engineering design firm in Bristol. He’s currently shortlisted for the TARGETJob ‘Rising Star of the Year’ award.

Ark Globe Academy
Friday 15th February 2019

Irfan is a sixth form student at Ark Globe Academy in south London. He recently received a conditional offer to attend the University of Oxford to study geography. He is the third Ark Globe Sixth Form student in three years to receive an Oxbridge offer. Here he tells us about his hopes to inspire others.

Wednesday 22nd August 2018

Rashma Rahman is an A level student at Ark King Solomon Academy in London. She received three As in her A levels and will be going on to study History at the University of Oxford.

Ark Burlington Danes
Tuesday 21st August 2018

Mohamed Mohamed is an 18-year-old A level student at Ark Burlington Danes Academy in west London. He achieved A*AA in his A levels and this summer he will be moving to America to study aeronautical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) – on a full scholarship.   

Ark Music Festival
Wednesday 25th July 2018

On 23 June 2018, over 650 Ark students came together to perform in the first ever Ark Music Festival, Summer Sounds.

Students performed in front of family, friends and members of the local community at Ark Swift Primary Academy in West London.

Meryl Noronha
Wednesday 30th May 2018

Meryl Noronha is second-in-charge in English, KS3 leader and mentor at Ark Elvin Academy in Wembley. Meryl joined the school four years ago, at the same time the school joined the Ark network. She shares her unusual route into teaching, what it’s like to be part of a transition school and how she’s been supported to develop and progress in her career.

Friday 11th May 2018

Fatima Ali is a 17 year-old A level student at Ark Academy in Wembley, North London. She is hoping to attend university with the goal of becoming a barrister.
“I was struggling with my studies at primary school, but once I started secondary school at Ark Academy, my grades improved dramatically. I had great encouragement from the teachers. The way they explained things in class really supported me to understand better and helped me with everything I’ve achieved so far.

Sixth Form, A Level, Oxford
Wednesday 31st August 2016

Ark William Parker Academy student Russell Reid is set to follow his lifelong passion for maths and science with a place to study Physics at Oxford University, Corpus Christi College, after earning 3 A*’s and an A in his A level exams.
From an early age, Russell has known he wanted to pursue the subject. He says: “I enjoyed maths when I was growing up and you would come up with equations, but you couldn't really conceive what they meant easily – physics is a way to input that into the real-world.

Tianna, EGA, GCSE
Wednesday 31st August 2016

The sky’s the limit for high-flying Evelyn Grace Academy student Tiana Thompson, who is hoping her GCSEs will start her on a path to studying aeronautical engineering at university. Tiana earned As in maths, history and English and an A* in art and design.
Tiana says: “When I was younger, I travelled around a lot with my family, so I’ve always been fascinated by planes and how they work. When I fly now, I love sitting near the wings to watch the hydraulic equipment.

mega maths wrangle, bank of america merrill lynch, mathematics mastery
Friday 1st July 2016

Over 170 primary and secondary students converged on London Met University, all competing for the Mega Maths Wrangle Trophy 2016.
At our annual maths competition, 22 schools brought their top mathematicians to participate in challenges ranging from Mensa puzzles to construction challenges, culminating in a dramatic Times Table Rock Star finals.

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