GCSE Results 2011
The pass rate is 98.9% with 68.5 % of all entries being at A or A* grade. 35 pupils, 36% of the cohort, achieved nine or more A*/A grades and 23 pupils, 24% of the cohort, achieved ten or more A*/A grades.
Among their results, three pupils achieved 11 A* grades: Serena Chang, Rachael Griffith and Zoe Hayes, and five achieved 10 A* grades: Omolara Akindeinde, Fatima Ali, Charlotte Eaton, Harleen Mandla and Ashwini Mohan. Our congratulations go to each of them.
At GCSE, the pass rate this year is 98.9% with 68.5 % of all entries being at A or A* grade. 35 pupils, 36% of the cohort, achieved nine or more A*/A grades and 23 pupils, 24% of the cohort, achieved ten or more A*/A grades.
In addition, 29 girls took Thinking and Reasoning Skills of whom ten achieved a Distinction and 19 a Merit. Our top mathematicians also took the IGCSE as an extension to their studies and the 22 girls achieved 64% A* grades and 36% A grades; these results are not counted in the GCSE scores as Mathematics is already included.
Particular mention must be made of Ines Tekirdaglioglu who, in Year 8, achieved an A* in French.
Year 10 module results were very pleasing, especially for Religious Studies where all the module results were graded at A*. Special congratulations must go to Danielle Carrington who achieved full UMS marks in the modules she took.
Once again, our Year 9 students took the FCSE qualification at the end of their three-year French or two-year Spanish or German course. All the results were at Merit or Distinction, giving the girls a head start on their GCSE studies in French, German and Spanish.
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