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Outstanding Science and Creative Arts results for Mayfield girls!

Published Wednesday 24th of August 2016 01:15:54 PM

Another year, another impressive set of A Level results for girls at Mayfield School: 100% pass rate and an A* to B pass rate of over 75%. Over a quarter of all girls achieved 3 or more A*/A grades, two thirds of the cohort achieved at least one A*/A grade in challenging academic subjects. This is particularly impressive given that the school’s intake is not highly selective. Impressive results across the board saw eleven subjects achieved 100% A*/B. As ever, the most outstanding results were in the sciences with Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Physics all achieving consistent success. Particularly noteworthy was the 75% of a large cohort achieving A*/A in Chemistry for a successive year, and over two thirds of Biologists achieving the same accolade with 100% being awarded A*-B. Given Mayfield’s reputation for creativity it is no surprise that the Cambridge Pre-U in Art and Design candidates built on the impressive success of last year when candidates achieved the top marks in the country. This year over 80% achieved a Distinction which is the top grading. Yet again there were outstanding individual performances from local girls: Top of the list is Phoebe Toyne-Bridges (A*AA) from Wadhurst who studied English, Maths and Physics is delighted to be taking up her place at Exeter College, Oxford to read Law.
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