School Performance


Performance Data




% achieving 5 + A* - C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and Maths GCSEs


% achieving the English Baccalaureate


% of pupils making expected progress in English


% of pupils making expected progress in Maths

Data as published in the 2013 Key Stage 4 performance tables.


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We are always keen to keep in touch with our students and know where Tomorrow's Successful Men are and how their careers are progressing. Here are just a few of our previous students and their success stories. Please get in touch if you are one of our ex boys we would love to hear from you.




Irfan Tai 2006-2011

17.5 GCSE all A*-A grades

Best ever student with the highest GCSE score.

From Batley Business & Enterprise College he went to Greenhead College where he studied Maths, Physics and Chemistry. Two A* and 1 A grade at A level.

Now in his first year at the  University of Manchester studying Petroleum Engineering.






Mohammed Emtiyaz Yoosoof 2007-2012

14.5 GCSE all A*-C grades

From Batley Business & Enterprise College he went to Greenhead College where he is currently taking A levels in Economics, English Language and Politics.

He hopes to go to London School of Economics to study Political Science in Sept 2014







Yasin Hussain - September 2008 – August 2013

15 GCSE’s – 13 A* - C’s

Huddersfield New College - Sociology Sport Physiology [2 year course]

Hoping to study at Wolverhampton University

Intend to join the Fire Services / Voluntary work

“My experience was nearly as amazing as me!”






Shabahn Jaza - September 2008 – August 2013

13 GCSE’s – 13 A* - C’s

Wakefield College - English Literature & English Language A Levels

Hopefully to study Law at London University 

“When here, you want to leave, when you have left you want to come back.”







Adam Patel - September 2008 – August 2013

12 GCSE’s – 12 A* - C’s 

Wakefield College - Chemistry / Biology / Psychology

Hoping to study Medicine at Manchester University 







Kabir Hussain - September 2008 – August 2013

12.5 GCSE’s – 13 A - G’s

Huddersfield New College - Extended diploma in ScienceFood Science 

To make some TV presentation, Working in Television, hopefully with Nigella Lawson

Published his 2nd book “Loss of a Loved One”, hopefully a series 1, 2 and 3. 

Also, completed a Gold Award in Performing Arts.




Fayaz Kasia - September 2006 – August 2011 – Head Boy

14 GCSE’s – 12 A* - C’s

Greenhead College  - 4 A Levels

Currently having a Gap year – he is taking part in a BBC television programme, which can be viewed this week – Thursday 27th March at 4am. Fayaz has advised viewers to watch it on BBC iPlayer instead. The programme will also be part of the resources available to the GCSE exam boards and teachers for their delivery of Religious Education. This resource will be available for the next 5 years via BBC Learning to help students prepare for their GCSE Religious Educations exam. While preparing for this show, Fayaz was, along with other students involved in an inspirational visit to a Hospice in Kinross, Scotland, he attended a Healing Service in a Pentecostal church in Hull, East Yorkshire. Fayaz feels that being involved in this type of project; he is giving back to education.  Fayaz is a seasoned television personality; he was also involved in helping to profile the Downs Syndrome charity in the television programme - Emmerdale.

Fayaz aims to have inspires individuals from all walks of life to try something new, but most importantly making a difference, whether big or small!