Message to Candidates
Jay Shree Swaminarayan
Congratulations to all candidates who received a GCSE Gujarati grade this year. It was yet another excellent set of results, which included two 9 grades (equivalent of A**), one 8 grade (equivalent of A*), and five 7 grades (equivalent of A). Well done to all the candidates and thank you for your hard work in maintaining the high standards we look to achieve at the School.
Not only was this year the first GCSE Gujarati exam series under the new syllabus and with a new Exam Board, but we were also faced with the global COVID-19 pandemic, which meant that candidates did not sit the exams and have been awarded Centre assessed grades. Using Centre assessed grades seems a much fairer representation of the candidate’s abilities than the algorithmic standardisation process that was first proposed, and the resultant distress that was caused in the A’level results last week.
An electronic copy of the Statements of Results will be sent to the parent email address that was provided on the application form. If you have not received the Statement of Result by the end of day Thursday 20 August, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
On behalf of all the staff at the Gujarati School, we wish you the best of luck in your future endeavours.
Head of Centre
|Shree Swaminarayan Temple Willesden - Gujarati School|
|Centre Number 12351|
|GCSE Gujarati Results 2020|
|Cand. No||Candidate Name||Overall Grade|
|2||GAMI: PURAV JETHALAL||6|
|4||JESANI: KHUSH JAYSHUR HIRALAL||7|
|5||JESANI: KHUSHAL JATIN HIRALAL||6|
|6||JESANI: KHUSHI JAMUNA HIRALAL||8|
|8||PATEL: DHAIVAT JAYESH KURJI||5|
|9||SEYANI: KUSHIL SURESH||7|
||JESANI: TEJASH RAMESH||7|
|15||VARSANI: HAREN HARISH||9||
|16||ASSANI: DHRUV NIKESH||7||
With its origins stemming from a handful of people searching for a place of worship in a new country, Shree Swaminarayan Temple, Willesden has today become much more than one of the biggest Hindu Temples in Europe. From humble beginnings, it has grown to become an inspiration to thousands, keeping our culture, music and language alive with the hint of the British lifestyle we have grown up with. It continues to teach the core foundations of our religion; compassion, thirst for knowledge, morality, and respect for all human beings. As an important part of the local community, Willesden Temple has become a place where lifelong friendships have been made.
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