5+ grade 9-4 (A*-C) including English and Mathematics
Students achieving 5 or more grade 9-7 (A*/A)
Percentage of grades that were 9-7 (A*/A)
Percentage of grades that were 9-6 (A*-B)
On the GCSE 2018 exam results, Deborah Stanley, Headteacher, said:
Maidstone Grammar School for Girls has again celebrated a year of excellent GCSE examination results. This summer has seen the introduction of many new GCSE specifications with the new 9-1 grades now being awarded across most subjects. 56% of all students at Maidstone Grammar School for Girls achieved 5 or more 9-7 ( A/A*) grades, with 33 students achieving 10 or more 9-7 grades. Over 10% of grades on the new specifications were grade 9 and special mention goes to Rashmi Knight who achieved grade 9 in all of her eleven subjects! We are extremely pleased to be celebrating the fantastic achievements of our Year 11 students today. Our girls have risen to the increased challenge of the new GCSE specifications and have been very successful. We are very proud of their achievements and look forward to the next stage of their education at MGGS.’
|Progress 8 score||+0.47 (tbc)||+0.58 (well above average)|
|Attainment 8 score||68.63||68.22|
|% of pupils who achieved a strong pass (5+) in English and Maths||93%||94%|
|% of pupils who achieved the EBacc (with a 5+ in English and Maths)||88%||83%|
|EBacc average point score||6.69||6.54|
The percentage of students who continued in sustained education or training after Key Stage 4 in 2016 was 98%. Data for 2017 and 2018 is not yet available from the DfE.
A-Level Results 2018
Percentage of grades at A*/A
Percentage of A* – B grades
Percentage of grades at A* – C
Students gained 3 or more A/A* grades
This summer has seen our students again achieve a high set of A level results, which is recognition of the many hours of hard work they have put in, together with the support and guidance of the teaching staff throughout their time at MGGS. We are hugely delighted for all our students. 29% of all grades were A*/A and 58% A*-B.
We are thrilled to celebrate the achievements of our students. 17 students achieved 3 or more A* and A grades. Of particular note is Charlotte Feazey-Noble who achieved A*A*A A and hopes to study at Imperial London. Katie Thurkle and Grace Sayers-Mcgowan have gained places at Cambridge. Phoebe Warner achieved A*A* A and will embark on training to become a qualified accountant. Dani Arney has been awarded a competitive apprenticeship with IBM. Eleanor Swift and Lauren Oram have secured places to study Medicine.
Miss Stanley, Headteacher said:
“We are delighted to be celebrating the achievements of all our students. There are many successes this year, with several students overcoming personal challenges and difficulties, and we are celebrating the fruit of their hard work and perseverance. We wish them all the very best for the future.”
|Value added score for academic / A level qualifications||TBC||-0.07|
|Value added score for applied general qualifications||TBC||+0.84|
|Average grade achieved||B-||C+|
The percentage of students who continued in sustained education or training after Key Stage 5 in 2016 was 79%. Data for 2017 and 2018 is not yet available from the DfE.