Cobham Hall celebrated the results for both Year 11 and Year 13 this week, with A Level results released on Tuesday and GCSE results today.
In their second year of A Level results, the School were delighted to again see a 100% pass rate. All but one student achieved their first choice university, with the other student securing her second choice, and another two opting for a gap year. Students will be continuing their education in universities such as Queen Mary (University of London), Bristol, King’s College (University of London), Queen’s University (Belfast), Birmingham and Leicester.
For A Level, 40% of grades awarded were A* to A with 87% being A* to C. The EPQ (Extended Project Qualification), worth half an A Level, also saw excellent results, with 82% achieving A* to B, and 64% A* to A.
For GCSE, 96% of students achieved a grade 4 or above and 55% of students gained grades 9-7.
Headmistress Mrs Barrett commented, “The A Level, EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) and GCSE results for Cobham Hall students this year have been excellent and we are most proud of our students’ achievements. The learning this year has been severely disrupted due to COVID-19 restrictions and some of our international students have not been at Cobham Hall since March 2020. During lockdown, we operated a full timetable of virtual lessons or held blended learning lessons, where our international students joined the classroom online whilst their fellow students were present in the classroom. The results reflect the dedication of our teaching staff, and the determination and resilience of our students.”
One Year 13 student contacted our Head of Upper School to say, “Cobham helped me become who I wanted to be and I wish every girl could have the opportunity to grow as a person as well as a woman in this amazing school.”