26 August 2022
1 in 3 pupils (36%) achieved 9 or more A*s, with 1 in 5 pupils (21%) gaining 10 or more A*s. These are the highest GCSE examination results in the history of the school and are on par with the Teacher Assessed Grades awarded in 2021. The number of pupils achieving the highest grade 9 has increased by 12% compared to 2019.
Given that much of the pupils’ GCSE learning took place online during the pandemic, these results show their immense resilience and determination as well as the outstanding support provided by the school’s dedicated teachers.
Particular congratulations to Indie Fitch, Louise Coley, Amalia Vascotto, Darcey Keegan, Cara O’Leiry and Emily Singh, who all achieved 9 or more A*s.
National Tier 4 Hockey Champion Louise Coley achieved 10 grade 9s and will be studying A levels in science subjects at Bromley High’s Sixth Form. Her aim is to study aeronautical engineering at university and follow a career in designing Formula 1 racing cars.
“I am so happy to congratulate all our students on their outstanding exam results today,” said new Headmistress, Mrs Emily Codling. “Their academic achievements reflect the hard work and focus that they have put into their studies in pursuit of their goals and ambitions. They have so much to be proud of and I would like to thank their families and our staff for all the support that they have given to the girls. I am looking forward to welcoming the girls back into our flourishing Sixth Form to continue their journey to success.”
Last week the school also celebrated record-breaking A level results, with 33% of Upper Sixth pupils achieving an A*.