August 30th, 2016
Manor House School in Bookham, Surrey is delighted to announce some “excellent” GCSE subject results and some fantastic individual results for Year 11 girls this year.
Four members of the Core Prefect Team collectively gained 40 A*-A GCSEs:
- Deputy Head Girl, Capucine Holloway – 11 A*-A GCSEs (6 A*, 5 A)
- Sports Captain for Discovery House, Anna Chapman – 10 A*-A GCSEs (8 A*, 2 A)
- Music Prefect, Viola Huf – 10 A*-A GCSEs (5 A*, 5 A)
- Senior Prefect with responsibility for Key Stage 2 and 3, Jemma Wilde – 9 A*-A GCSEs (5 A*, 4 A).
Manor House is celebrating “fantastic” results for:
- Art & Design (Fine Art), Biology, Physics, French and Music – 100% A*-B
- Religious Studies – 100% A*-A (one Year 10 girl who took the exam a year early achieved an A)
- Latin 100% – A*-A
- History 80% – A*-A
- In the individual sciences, 67% of girls achieved A*-A.
- In languages, 79% of pupils achieved A*-B.
- In English Language almost 50% of pupils achieved A*-B.
- In Home Economics/Food Nutrition/Child Development, 78% of pupils achieved A*-B
- Overall 62% of GCSEs were A*-B throughout the year group (38.2% were A*-A).
“We are delighted with the achievements of our girls this year,” said a Manor House School spokesperson.
“Many have gained excellent grades to add to their many achievements in sport, music and drama throughout the past academic year.
“Our focus at Manor House School is on an all-round education and taking an individual approach to our pupils’ success.”
Newly appointed Head Teacher Tracey Fantham – who joins Manor House School on September 1 – said: “I am excited to be taking over the leadership of the school and looking forward to working with staff and students in the new academic year.”
The school’s next open morning will be on Saturday October 1 2016.
If you are interested in joining the school during this exciting phase in its development, please contact admissions on 01372 457077.
For further details, contact Mary Fowell, 01372 457077, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://manorhouseschool.org
August 25th, 2016
Pupils at Wellington School have recorded the School’s best set of results for more than five years with an impressive 26% of grades at A*, 53% at A*-A, and approaching 80% at A*-B. A special mention should go to the four pupils who achieved 10 A* grades; Edward Peachey, Iona Perry, Ollie Rowe and Freddie Renyard.
Headmaster, Henry Price commented, ‘I often talk about the power of positive peer pressure and what struck me about this year group was the way they worked together and encouraged each other in the run up to the examinations in particular. Both the pupils and their teachers can be justifiably proud of these results, which are a tribute not only to the hard work, but also the teamwork and positive relationships among the staff and pupils at Wellington.’
In each of Biology, Chemistry and Physics, more than 50% of grades were at A*; in Mathematics, nearly 70% of grades were at A*-A, and the School continued its strong tradition in Latin and Greek with outstanding results. At Wellington, the pupils study the more rigorous IGCSE (International GCSE) in Mathematics, English, Sciences and Modern Languages so their success is truly deserved.
“There are fabulous results across the full range of our departments and I am particularly pleased to see the improvement in Religious Studies and the strong performance in Modern Languages where we offer French, German and Spanish. Our curriculum caters for a range of interests and abilities and whilst it is easy to trumpet the A* and A grades, it is often the B and C grades where the achievement has been greatest. All of these results sit alongside the huge contribution that pupils make to the co-curricular life of the School, which I believe is a key part of a Wellington School education.”
“I would like to congratulate all the pupils for their hard work and say that I am looking forward to seeing them back next week in record numbers for Year 12. I would also urge them to remember to thank their parents who have done so much to support them during the examination period, as well as everything else! Finally my thanks to the excellent staff at Wellington who have inspired, encouraged and cajoled the pupils to do their best,” concluded Henry Price.