GCSE results published today show that Tudor girls can hold their own on the national stage and whatever their interests or passions they exceed expectations. 30% of all entries were awarded an A* grade, a significant increase on 2016. 61% of all passes were A* or A which is a reflection of the hard work put in by both pupils and staff. 25% of all students achieved nine passes at grade A or A*. Overall, the girls achieved 100% 5A*-C.
Annabel Beale and Lizzie Coombs each achieved 11A* and both were delighted. Annabel is committed to a future in veterinary science and these grades have put her in a very strong position to pursue her dream. Lizzie is not sure what she wants to study at university but is excited about embarking on A levels in English, history and French.
Wendy Griffiths, Headmistress, commented that “Tudor Hall focuses on the pupils as individuals and recognises that all pupils have different strengths. The staff work with the girls always encouraging them to aim higher and our results today show that Tudor girls persist with their studies even when things are difficult. This training will take them way beyond good GCSE results to success in the world of work.’