GCSE Results 2021
Congratulations to all our (I)GCSE pupils, who have remained dedicated, fearless and resilient during a challenging year. We are delighted that all their hard work has paid off! We look forward to welcoming so many of our Upper Fifth girls into our Sixth Form (creating the largest Sixth-Form cohort in the school’s history) this September, and wish all of them the best of luck in in their next step: at SCHS they will continue to learn without limits.
2021 Percentage of GCSE Results
Grades 7-9: 86.6% of all grades
Grade 9: 38.9% of all grades
A Level Results 2021
FIRST CHOICE OF UNIVERSITY
At least 95% of SCHS girls have secured a place at their first-choice university.
HIGHER-TARIFF & RUSSELL GROUP UNIVERSITIES
91% of girls will be attending Higher-Tariff Universities
78% of girls will be joining Russell Group Universities in September
CONTINUING TO BRIDGE THE STEM GAP
At SCHS we continue defy gender stereotypes: almost half of the leavers of 2021 will progress to study STEM-based subjects at university.
FROM SCHS TO CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY
This year two of our girls will be joining Cambridge University in September. This is a testament to all their hard work, and we as a team, at SCHS, take great pride in their achievement.
Congratulations to Mercedes who has secured a place at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge University to read Music.
Congratulations to Athena who will be studying Vetenary Medicine at Emmanuel College, Cambridge University.
Tuesday 10 August 2021
Today at SCHS we celebrate the hard work, dedication and resilience of our Sixth Form girls. After an extremely disruptive couple of years, 95% of the girls in this cohort have managed to secure a place at their first-choice university. A gifted and diverse class, the SCHS outgoing Upper Sixth girls have won places at some of the most distinguished and competitive universties in the UK, including, Cambridge, Durham, St Andrews and Manchester, to name just a few. A huge congratulations to all of our girls’ for their achievements and we wish them the best of luck in their next steps!
Please click here to view the 2021 A level results.