(Left to right) 18-year-old quadruplets Tobi, Tayo, Tolu, and Tosin, who are all members of the Oke family. Photograph: John Stillwell/PA Wire

A-level results are being hit by sibling inflation as the number of photogenic twins gaining top grades and places at the same university rose again for the 17th year in a row.

And 2008 saw the usual twins being trumped by the appearance of the Oke quadruplets – Tolu, Tayo, Tobi and Tosin – who achieved A and B grades at the St Francis Xavier sixth form college in Clapham, south-west London.

The 18-year-olds from Woolwich secured places at Manchester, Goldsmiths, Queen Mary University of London and Cambridge.

“Our mum really encouraged us from as early as year six and prepared us from a young age to take control of our own learning,” said Tayo. Contunue Reading….

Congratulations Tayo, Tobu, Tosin, and Tou!!!

Now this is what I like to see!!!


6 replies »

  1. I went to that college!

    It’s a really good college, always top of the league tables, and about 70% of the students are black – which is a really good thing to see, very positive.

    Congratulations to the quads, lol.

  2. if you went to sfx … lemonade maybe you know my cousins.. giles and richard!!
    … on the quadruplets success…
    i’m not surprised by their success.. they parents are NOT PLAYING!!!
    .. FROM SIX YA NUH!!

  3. Big ups to the quads….and yep….I went SFX too.
    Nice to see the success of our youth acknowledged and celebrated.

  4. This is a great achievement, lets hope they can get as much exposure for doing something positive, as those young blacks who engage in negativity.

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