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Examination Results

Streatham & Clapham High School students have achieved superb A Level results, with the pass rate being sustained at 100% for the sixth consecutive year.  The percentage of A Levels awarded the top grade of A* is 19.5% (up 6 percentage points on the previous year).  The percentage of grades awarded A*/A is 48% (up 10 percentage points on the previous year – a great advance compared with the national picture, in which there was hardly any increase), whilst the proportion of grades awarded at A*-B is 81% (an advance of 12 percentage points on the previous year). 

This is in the context of the students sitting a number of the ‘tougher’, linear A Level exams this year, in which all assessments take place at the end of the course rather than through a series of modules over two years.

Over a quarter of the school’s A Level students achieved an A* or A grade in every subject they took.  Amongst the top performers are Charlotte Brand (who achieved an amazing 4 A*s), who will be reading Mathematics at Durham; Holly Jackson, who will be reading Music at Oxford; and Alex Zmuda, who will study medicine at UCL.  Virtually all students attained a place at the university of their choice.

The Head Master, Dr Millan Sachania, comments: ‘The public examination results achieved by SCHS students this year testifies to our students’ hard work, dedication and ambition, and I congratulate them, and their teachers, on their achievement.’

 

Streatham & Clapham High School pupils achieved excellent GCSE results this year, with 67% of grades at A*/A.  There were some very impressive individual performances at GCSE, with a quarter of the cohort achieving A*/A grades in every subject that they took.

Pupils did really well across the spread of subjects.  An astonishing 60% of all English Literature grades were awarded an A*.  All 40 pupils taking Physics GCSE scored either an A* or an A, as did all 19 pupils taking Art GCSE (13 of whom attained an A* grade).

The Head Master, Dr Millan Sachania, comments: ‘I am delighted by the public examination results achieved by SCHS pupils this year. This is a clear testimony to their hard work, dedication and ambition, and I congratulate them, and their teachers, on this level of achievement.’

A-Level Summary 2017

I/GCSE Summary 2017