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Published Tuesday 3rd of September 2013 11:07:39 AM


Mrs Samantha Price, Head at Godolphin, is delighted with the A-level results achieved by the Godolphin girls this year. �Our percentage of A*-A has increased almost 11% on last year�s results, which is a fantastic achievement, particularly in light of the fact that the national average of A*-A has decreased over the past two years. The girls have worked exceptionally hard to achieve this and we are extremely proud of them. We are also thrilled that 10% of those who applied to university have been offered places at either Oxford or Cambridge, with the majority of girls getting in to their first choice of tertiary education�.

A Level Results 2013

There were 177 subject entries

A* - A Grades 62.7% (51.83% 2012)
A* - B Grades 83.1% (78.53% 2012)
A* - C Grades 92.1%
A* - D Grades 98.9%

Twenty girls achieved at least three A* or As, with Head Girl, Bryony Ford achieving three A grades and a B, and Deputy Head Girl, Iona Dryden, achieving three A grades.

At AS level, almost 20% of the girls achieved either four or five A grades, which is another achievement the school is extremely proud of.

�Perhaps one of the most pleasing statistics for the school is our value added� said Mrs Price, �14% of the girls achieved more than a grade higher than was predicted for them when they sat the national benchmarking tests at the start of the Lower Sixth, and this is a testament to our dedicated teaching staff and the hard work put in by the girls�.

�The highest value added results were achieved in Art and Economics which highlights the diversity of expertise at Godolphin� said Mrs Price.

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