In 2021 almost 40% of GCSE entries were awarded the most outstanding grades 8-9, the equivalent of an A* or A**
Your years at Queen Mary’s will culminate with GCSE examinations. The school’s results highlight academic excellence where both GCSE and internal examination results across the year groups show development and attainment well above the national average.
At Queen Mary’s, you will be surrounded by a culture where learning is both ‘cool’ and something to be enjoyed as well as having the whole school community there to prepare and support you through these important years and celebrate your successes.
The school offers a broad curriculum and continues to build its academic profile under the headship of Mrs Carole Cameron with girls surpassing their academic expectations as well as becoming well-rounded individuals, confident in their own skin.
2020 GCSE Results
A* results, with almost 40% of entries awarded the most outstanding grades 8-9 and all grades well above the national average. The school also celebrated significant value-added scores that measure achievement against predicted grades throughout each girl’s educational journey.
The Next Chapter
We are extremely proud of our Queen Mary’s 2021 leavers. They all received offers from their first choice for 6th form, this included scholarships and double scholarships for Academia, Music and Sport to independent sixth forms. This is a real testament to the success of the structure of Queen Mary’s School, educating pupils from age 4 – 16.
There are currently Queen Mary’s former pupils studying at both Oxford and Cambridge universities.
Oxbridge and Russell Group universities are popular choices for Queen Mary’s old girls. There are currently Queen Mary’s former pupils studying at both Oxford and Cambridge. Other popular destinations include Music Colleges, Drama Schools and Agricultural College.
As well as playwrights including Charley Miles and Short Film Oscar Winner Serena Armitage, actresses such as Hebe Beardsall, artists including Tania Still and an Old Maryan working at Christian Louboutin; Queen Mary’s girls also go on to become doctors, scientists, accountants and entrepreneurs.
Whether your sights are set on a certain sixth form, university, vocational course or specialist course, girls leave Queen Mary’s as confident and independent individuals ready to embrace challenge and contribute to their communities.