Despite the much debated stricter marking by examination boards this year, Manor House School have again delivered strong academic performance today with the announcement of their GCSE results. Achieving particularly strong performance overall in the separate Sciences and Art, Manor House were also delighted to report that 100% of girls taking French achieved A* and all girls obtained A grades in their GCSE Music.
Manor House School offers the option to take GCSE subjects early to those with particular strengths and, despite being a through school to age 16 years, can then tailor an A Level programme to a pupil’s individual needs. This year has seen Sophie in Year 10 achieve an A in Religious Studies one year early, with Top Scholar, Rhiannon, of Year 11 achieving 11 GCSEs in total all at A*-A plus A grades in A Level Mathematics and English Literature. A special mention goes to Helena in Year 11 who obtained 100% A*-A in all her GCSEs.
Eight out of 10 girls achieved A*-B in their overall results under greater scrutiny this year from examination boards.
Zara Axton, Headmistress commented “Our GCSE results at Manor House School continually exceed national standards, and having consistently delivered the best girls’ school results in the last five years in the Mole Valley area, I am thrilled to report a further year of academic success. This demonstrates our belief that we deliver strong academic performance by knowing all our girls individually.”