Results

Please click onto the link to see details of the Government's performance data for 2015-6.   This data shows the Progress 8 and Attainment 8 scores of girls who took their GCSE examinations in June 2016.  It also shows  the percentage of pupils who got a good pass in English and Maths,  the percentage of pupils achieving the EBACC combination of subjects as well as information about students' destinations.

Outstanding results lead to world class destinations for students

Working hard at A Level  enables students to progress to the very best universities in the country. British universities are ranked amongst the best universities in the world and a number of the universities listed below are in the top 10 universities of the world.

We are delighted that students have won places at such prestigious institutions.

Particular congratulations to the following students on their excellent results in the summer 2017 examinations:

 

Name

Grades

Degree Choice

University

Matilda Quartano

A* A* A* + A in AS Further Maths

Medicine

Manchester

Tian Gan

A* A*A*

Engineering

University College London

Ruby Gaffney

A*A*A

English Literature and Language

Oxford University

Alison Bayley

A*A*A

Geography

Lancaster

Olivia Pinfold

A* A* A

Modern Languages

Birmingham

Krishtina Amatya

A* A A B

Neuroscience a

University College London

Tsakani Brauer- Maxaeia

A*AA

Law

Durham

Zarka Iqbal

A*AA

International Relations

Kings College London

Thora Naybour

A*AA

Medicine a

University of East Anglia

Emily Preston Baker

A*AA

Psychology

Bristol

Lydia Berry

AAA

Biochemistry

Birmingham

Alicja Mierzwinska

AAA + A in EPQ

History

Edinburgh

Lucy Peters

AAA

Game Art

De Montfort

Imogen Mulvenna

AAD*

Primary Education with Art

Reading

Connie Ward

A*A*B

Sport and Exercise Science

Loughborough

Matilda Nelson

A*A*C

Art Foundation course

 

Tida Jabi

A*BB

Architecture

Greenwich

Nicole Olakigbe

AAB

Biochemistry

Exeter

Luisa Bax

AAB

Politics

Leeds

Oyinda Yemi Omuwomi

AAB + A*EPQ

Sociology

London School of Economics

Connie Pharoah

A A

Music

Royal College of Music