St Mary's has consistently achieved excellent academic results in both GCSEs and A levels.
A-Level Results 2013
Girls at St. Mary’s School achieved excellent A Level results this year, with 100% pass rates at AS and A2 level. 42.5% of the grades achieved were at A* or A.
Helena Pickford achieved 3 A* grades and will be reading Chemistry at Oxford. Alice Russell gained 2 A* and 1 A grade and will also be taking Chemistry at Oxford University.
Our A* grades increased to 19% of all grades this year (up from 16% last year) despite a drop in A* grades in the National results (down to 7.6% from 7.9%).
All the girls taking Economics gained A* grades and in Chemistry, Physics, Spanish and Geography, all the students gained A* or A grades. The girls going on to University this year have now secured their places.
Headmistress, Jean Ross said "These results are a real tribute to the hard work of girls and staff and to the crucial support of their parents. They can now move on to the next stage of their education with confidence and I know that they will continue to do well in whatever they do".
Congratulations to all of them. We look forward to hearing about your time at university when you come back to visit.
GCSE Results 2013
Mrs Ross, Headmistress, was again delighted by the excellent examination results achieved by St. Mary’s girls this year.
“There were more smiling faces this morning as St. Mary’s Year 11 girls opened their results and lots of tears - of joy!
Despite the reservations expressed by many of the media that morning, all of our girls achieved and in many cases exceeded, their predicted grades.We are so delighted for all our girls who worked so hard to reach such great heights. Well done!"
41% of all grades achieved were A/A*. A fantastic achievement. Almost 80% of the grades were A* to B and there were particularly good results in the three Sciences, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, where all the results were A* to B and in Spanish where all the grades were A* or A.
Several girls arrived in in Festival gear to collect their results before setting off to celebrate in Reading. We hope they all had a wonderful time and didn't get too wet!
In 2012, our students achieved excellent grades for GCSEs with an average of 9.9 each.
Overall GCSE results
There were some outstanding results by subject; 100% of the grades in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Spanish were A* or A. The introduction of the iGCSE in Information Technology was also very successful with 59% of the results being A* or A and 88% being A* to B.
2012 A levels
The A level students achieved a magnificent 100% pass rate overall. The girls have all achieved their university places and are going on to a range of degree courses, including English, Economics, Medicine, Physics, Journalism and Biology at universities including Southampton, Imperial College, Oxford, Royal Holloway, Exeter and Cardiff.
Overall A Level results
2011 resultsThe 2011 GCSE and A level results were also excellent. The A level students achieved 29% A* or A grades and 47% grades A* to B. Off the GCSE results, 60% of the grades were A* and A, and 88% were A*, A and B.
Destination of leavers
Here is a selection of Universities attended and subjects studied by St. Mary’s students in recent years:
|Mathematics||London University, Imperial College|
|Medicine||London University, Imperial College|
|Computer Science & Management||London University, Kings College|
|History||London University , Royal Holloway|
|Law||London University, University College|
|Film & Television||Aberystwyth University|
|Drama||Applied Theatre & Education - Central School of Speech & Drama|
|Education Studies||Exeter University|
|Music||Guildhall School of Music and Drama|
|Business Management||Kingston University|
|Popular Music||Kingston University|
|Business Studies||Liverpool University|
|Hispanic Studies||Liverpool John Moores University|
|Neuroscience with Pharmocology||Nottingham University|
|Wildlife Conservation||Nottingham Trent|
|Business Management||Southbank University|
|English & Midwifery||Southampton University|