This summer, our second cohort of pupils completed their A Levels. Despite the challenges of the last school year, our pupils have achieved an outstanding set of results with 50% of all completed A Levels graded A*, and 85% of all entries marked A-A*. 99% of all our students achieved B-A* grades.
Our students got the best marks in mathematics, further mathematics, economics, physics, history, history of art, Fine Art, Music, Photography, 3D design, English literature, French, Spanish, Polish, psychology, politics, sociology, geography chemistry and biology.
The UK national average for A* grades at A Level this year was 14.3%. According to the latest Times Independent Schools League Table, these results would put us within the top 10 schools in the UK.
After last year’s exams cancellations and the upheavals in the results released this summer, this is an outstanding achievement – a testimony to our students’ resilience and perseverance, our teachers’ unwavering commitment, and a great deal of hard work all around.