Headmistress, Julie Lodrick commented:
‘We are thrilled to celebrate our girls’ successes today; they should be justly proud of their achievements at school since the beginning of their GCSE journey three years ago, at the height of the pandemic. Their hard work has secured them results that enable them to progress with confidence to Sixth Form study and place them in a strong position to embark on their chosen A level courses, whether scientific, linguistic or creative. The majority of our girls remain with us for Sixth Form, and we look forward to supporting them towards their future pathways, which are as individual as the girls themselves.’
Ruby, who achieved 10 passes at grades 9-7, said, ‘Although the last two years have been challenging, I am lucky to have been surrounded by such an inspiring group of people, not only my friends, but also my subject teachers. Finding new ways to revise and study has made me hopeful that the next two years studying my A levels (History, English and French) will be enjoyable and successful.’
Talëtha achieved 9 passes at grades 9-7; she said, ‘I am delighted with the grades that I have achieved and thanks to all my teachers for the amazing support I have had over the last few months.’ Talëtha will begin A levels in Art, Geography and Economics in September.
Pippa achieved 10 passes at grades 9-8 and said, ‘I am really proud of my results and very grateful to all my amazing teachers for their help. I am looking forward to starting my A levels in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in September.’
With 9 passes at grades 9-8, Froggy said. ‘I am thrilled with my results and proud of what I have achieved. I am grateful to the school and my teachers for helping me to achieve my results and am looking forward to studying Maths, Politics and Geography A levels next year.’
These stories are testament not only to the girls’ hard work, but also to an environment where all girls receive the individual care and support they need to reach their potential.