Students at City of London School for Girls are celebrating another outstanding year of GCSE results. An impressive 77% of grades were awarded an A*, and 95% of all grades were A*-A. Almost half of the pupils achieved 10 A*s or more, highlighting the dedication and individual successes of the girls. One student was awarded a remarkable 12 A*s, with approximately a third of the cohort achieving A*s in all their subjects.
Girls attained particularly pleasing results in Modern Foreign Languages, with 93% of entries graded A*. Over the Science subjects (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) 88% of entries were either A*or A. Individual successes include Tin-Tin Ho, who despite spending considerable time training and competing worldwide in table tennis, including the Commonwealth Games in 2014, has secured A*s in all her subjects.
Headmistress, Ena Harrop has commented:
“City girls have once again done fantastically well in their GCSE exams this year. Their results are a testament to their commitment and hard work and to the excellent teaching and pastoral care they have received. That so many of the girls have achieved such outstanding results while also excelling in their extracurricular pursuits is even more impressive. We look forward to welcoming them back in September, ready to embark on their Sixth Form studies.”