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A Level Results 2021

10 August 2021

After a challenging year, where they have faced every difficulty with resilience, we could not be more proud of the A Level results achieved by our courageous cohort, the Class of 2021, which have enabled all girls to forge their own future path confidently, pursuing a wide range of directions towards becoming future leaders.

Beth Dawson, Head, explained, “Our girls have shown dedication, drive and determination, to achieve excellent success, in uncertain and demanding circumstances. Far above the importance of the amazing results they have achieved, are the skills they have developed, the support they have shown towards each other and the fierce independence they have shown in the past two years. They will move on to their future studies equipped to take on anything that life throws at them, and I am so impressed with how they have shone in the recent months, showing our school values of courage truth and joy.”

With a third of our pupils attaining a full suite of A* grades, over twenty pupils gaining all A/A* grades and 100% of results at A*-C, our Year 13 will now be able to move on to the prestigious destinations across the UK, with 93% achieving offers from their first choice university, including the following (in alphabetical order):

Aeronautical Engineering at Imperial College

Animation at UWE

Art at Central St Martin’s

Art at Kingston

Art at Camberwell

Biomedical Sciences at King’s College, London

Biomedical Sciences at Royal Holloway

Business Economics at Cardiff

Business Management and Marketing at Leeds

Chemical Engineering at Imperial College

Dentistry at King’s College, London

French and English at UCL

History at Leeds

History at Winchester

History and International Relations at Queen’s University, Belfast

Mathematics and Finance at City, London

Mechanical Engineering at Sheffield

Medicine at Cardiff

Medicine at St George’s

Modern  Languages at Birmingham

Musical Theatre at Goldsmiths

Ocean Sciences at Liverpool

Pharmacy at UCL

Podiatry at Southampton

Politics at King’s College, London

Psychology at Birmingham (2)

Psychology at King’s College, London

Sport, Exercise and Nutrition at Northumbria

Veterinary Medicine at Nottingham