Tudor Hall students and staff are celebrating outstanding A Level results with all students achieving excellent outcomes and going on to a range of top universities. The girls achieved the highest percentage of A*s since they were introduced, with approximately one in five of all passes at A*. 44% of grades achieved were A*/A and 78% A*- B. 25% of all candidates achieved a minimum of 3 passes at grade A and ten departments achieved 100% A*-B, including Maths, Chemistry, Economics and Drama. These results are a just conclusion to a year of high academic and co-curricular achievement in all areas of school life. The progress of students from 11+ and 13+ entry to their final examinations is a reflection of their hard work and the dedication and expertise of their teachers.
Wendy Griffiths, Headmistress, said, "This has been a challenging year for teachers and pupils all over the country with the uncertainty surrounding standards in examinations due to the introduction of linear A Levels. Our fantastic results highlight the systematic and rigorous preparation of the girls and their teachers. We are particularly delighted with our highest ever percentage of A* grades but this is only part of the story. We are proud of the results of all our students and the progress they have made. We welcome girls with diverse talents and it is wonderful to see our all girls leave us as confident young women ready to embark on degree courses in universities including Bristol, UCL, Newcastle and Parson’s New York to study subjects such as Medicine, Economics, Zoology and fashion design. We all feel privileged to have played a part in their journey.”
Sophie Walker, who achieved three A*s commented, “I am absolutely delighted with my results and cannot thank Tudor Hall enough for all their support, encouragement and for getting me to the end! I am so excited to see what my future holds and cannot wait to get started.”
Tish Bulwer-Long, who achieved two A*s and an A said, “It was a lot of hard work but I am so glad it all paid off in the end. Thank you to all the staff at Tudor for helping me through it. I was surprised but elated with my results and I am now looking forward to studying Marketing and Management at Exeter.”
Anna Stallibrass, who is going on to study Drama at the Oxford School of Drama said, “I am very pleased with my results but I couldn’t have done it without the help and support from all my teachers.”
Congratulations to all our girls as they move on to life after Tudor Hall. We wish them the best of luck as they continue on their life journey. #tudorgirlscan #tudorgirlsdo
School Magazine has covered our outstanding results. See the article here.