I am delighted to announce another year of stellar GCSE results at Camden School for Girls. Following the disruption of the pandemic and a return to 2019 grading the students have experienced a great deal of adversity in their educational journey. These excellent results are a testament to their resilience, perseverance and dedication. The results display the exceptional standard of education at Camden School for Girls and reflect a strong, stable performance that the school has maintained for many years:
In addition 41 students achieved at least 8 GCSEs at Grade 9 - 7 which is an incredible achievement.
I would like to recognise the brilliant progress made by all students in Year 11. A great deal of sustained hard work has gone into these grades and every single student should be very proud of their achievements.
An enormous thank you to the school staff, not only for the exceptional academic provision but also for the pastoral support they have provided for the students without which these results would not be possible. As ever, thank you to all families for your care and compassion during these challenging years.
A warm and hearty congratulations to all!
I am thrilled to announce another excellent year of A level examination results at Camden School for Girls. Despite the many challenges faced by this cohort of students; the impact of the pandemic during the crucial GCSE years, no formal examination practice and a return to pre-pandemic grading, our students have achieved a strong set of results, above our outcomes prior to the pandemic. Year upon year, the A level results at CSG are steady and consistently high and this year is no exception:
With ambitious destinations on the horizon for all our students be those art schools, music conservatoires, vocational courses, apprenticeships or Oxbridge, all students are being supported to ensure they progress to the destination of their choice. Bucking the national trend, we have seen an increase in the number of students securing their first choice places at university and so far, 24 Oxbridge places have been confirmed. We are incredibly proud of the achievements and progress made by every single CSG sixth former and wish everyone the very best in the next stage of their journey.
I would like to wholeheartedly thank all the staff for tirelessly supporting the students to achieve the best possible outcomes, never giving up on a single individual, generously giving up their time by offering one-to-one support and, at every step, championing our young people. Finally, it is important to acknowledge the support of all families during a very challenging two years of sixth form study - without you, our young people would not have reached these great heights.
A huge well done to all.
Incredible GCSE grades this year.
Attainment of the top grades is at a record high, with 23% of all grades at a Grade 9 (7% Nationally). This bucks the national trend yet again, as we did for the A level grades and is the highest in 5 years, including teacher and centre assessed grades.
9 students achieved eight or more Grade 9s. 30 students achieved eight or more Grades 9-8.
Exceptional set of results, despite the challenges faced by this year group.
The results are a record high and the highest in the last 3 examination years:
The proportion of students achieving the highest grades is bucking the national trend and our percentage of A*s is the highest in 5 years, almost doubling our own A*s in 2019.
In addition, we have:
Outstanding set of GCSE results!
- A total of 45 students achieved 9-7 in eight or more GCSE subjects
- 26 students achieved 9-8 in eight or more GCSE subjects
- 3 students achieved eight or more GCSE subjects at grade 9
Another outstanding set of A level results at Camden School for Girls in 2021!
- 17 students have gained places at Cambridge or Oxford
- 7 students have places at medical school
- 1 student will be pursuing veterinary medicine
- 1 student will be pursuing dentistry
Year 11 students have achieved an outstanding set of examination results.
- A total of 34 students achieved 9-7 in eight or more GCSE subjects
- 16 students achieved 9-8 in eight or more GCSE subjects
- 4 students achieved eight or more GCSE subjects at grade 9
Another outstanding set of A level results:
In addition, we are delighted with the following statistics:
- 18 students have gained places at Cambridge or Oxford
- 6 students have places at medical school