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  • NonsuchHSG Retweeted Sutton SCITT - 25th Jan 2023
    Do you share our passion for education in the arts? We are currently recruiting for trainee teachers in art, design and technology, drama and music. If you have creative skills that you would like to share with young people we'd like to hear from you! https://t.co/LCRANIJqmu
  • @NonsuchHSG - 25th Jan 2023
    Support staff vacancy : After School Library Supervisor Weekly Hours: 8 hours (Monday to Thursday 15.15 to 17.15) Closing date for applications: Friday February 3rd For more details, visit: https://t.co/WvMV6kcH1q https://t.co/ZGDuKrGJJP
  • @NonsuchHSG - 11th Jan 2023
    The Girls’ Learning Trust have a launched a new website with information about all three schools in our Trust - - check it out here: https://t.co/XWXTUNlcSk
  • @NonsuchHSG - 10th Jan 2023
    House Masterchef is taking place on Monday January 23, for homemade starters and savoury snacks. All entrants receive House Points and the winner from each of the seven Houses will go onto the Grand Final later this year. https://t.co/0CfcN5qflQ
  • @NonsuchHSG - 9th Jan 2023
    For students in Years 11-13, these free webinars are a fantastic way to find out more about your options after school and about different career paths. https://t.co/JxNvTlgxxM
  • @NonsuchHSG - 15th Dec 2022
    House is hugely important at and we've had lots of House activity in the last few weeks of term - well done to all who took part in our House Talent Show, baked or decorated for the Christmas Cookie Contest or decorated their forms for the Christmas Form Door Contest! https://t.co/ZxoBN5rogS
  • NonsuchHSG Retweeted Sutton SCITT - 14th Dec 2022
    12 Days Until Christmas! We are recruiting for 2023 trainees. If you would like to find out more about Sutton SCITT's teacher training programme, please see link in bio https://t.co/C9tK9uhFlw
  • NonsuchHSG Retweeted NonsuchHSG Library - 14th Dec 2022
    Our library elves have been busy delivering a carefully-selected library book to every teacher in school this week. We hope they will have a chance to read and recharge over the holidays after a very busy term. https://t.co/uINYp018Nn
  • @NonsuchHSG - 12th Dec 2022
    What a beautifully unspoilt and calm view this morning of the school grounds. https://t.co/yO58A1HT9V
  • NonsuchHSG Retweeted BBC 100 Women - 6th Dec 2022
    🚨 The 2022 list is out 🚨 It features inspiring and influential women from all around the world. https://t.co/cRye2pTP5W https://t.co/ePC5sNLuT6
  • NonsuchHSG Retweeted Sutton Carers Centre - 6th Dec 2022
    We have been given some exciting news by who are going to make Service their local charity of the year👏 Thank you so much🤗😍 https://t.co/1pIQwAnD66
  • @NonsuchHSG - 5th Dec 2022
    VACANCY: Design & Technology Technician Closing Date: Tuesday, 6th December 2022 @ 9 a.m. More details on how to apply can be found here: https://t.co/6HALyRP04X https://t.co/idFEwKsPjC

A LEVEL CONGRATULATIONS

A LEVEL RESULTS 2022

Many congratulations to all of our Year 13 students for a fantastic set of A level results this year.

We are especially proud of their achievements given the disruption caused by the pandemic to their education and learning in their Years 11 and 12 and that these results represent their first ever public examination performance.

34.5 % of all entries were A* grades  - This is higher than the predicted midway point between 2019 and 2021 results that Ofqual was aiming for, and against the trend reported by the national press in terms of a downward trend for the highest grades.

64.9 % of all entries were A* or A grades

86 % of entries were A*- B grades

95.3 % of entries were A*- C grades

100% of entries were A*-E grades

48% of students achieved AAA or higher. Of those, 19% of students achieved A*A*A* or more (43 students)

The vast majority of our Year 13 students are taking up places at university this autumn, for a wide variety of courses ranging from languages, humanities, Law, communications, business and marketing,  and the social sciences to stem based courses such as computer science and engineering. We also have 37 students going on to study medicine, dentistry or veterinary science from this and last year’s cohort. We are delighted that two students will be undertaking an Art Foundation, two are going to highly esteemed drama schools and one student has been accepted for a Higher-Level apprenticeship.

These results and exciting onward destinations are testament to the huge amount of effort and work put in by all students and staff over the past years: we are very proud of you all.

 A LEVELS  2019-2022

%

Number of

students

A*-A

A*-B

A*-E

A*

A

B

C

D

E

U

18-19

173

54.9

79.4

99.6

21.8

33.1

24.4

14.6

4.4

1.3

0.4

19-20*

171

63.4

86.4

99.8

26.5

36.9

22.9

8.5

4.2

0.8

0.2

20-21**

203

68.5

88.3

99.7

32.4

36.1

19.7

7.4

2.6

1.4

0.3

21-22

223

64.9

86.0

100.0

34.5

30.3

21.1

9.3

2.8

1.9

0.0


*Centre Assessed Grades

**Teacher Assessed Grades

 

 


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