Exam Results

Exam Results 2018 

A Level

We are pleased to congratulate our students from the class of 2018 on a fantastic set of A-Level examination results. 38% of all entries were awarded the top grades at A*/A with 68.3% of entries being awarded A*-B. There are many excellent performances with 23 Year 13 pupils being awarded all A*-A grades across 3 or more subjects. Mrs Whittall, Headmistress, congratulated the students saying “Headline examination results do not always tell the entire story, we are very proud of our students who have worked tirelessly with perseverance, determination and resilience. They have achieved results of which they should be proud.” We wish all of our pupils the very best as they leave King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls and take the next step upon their journey as they go on to top universities at home and abroad to study a wide range of subjects from Ecology and Conservation to Fine Art. We look forward to welcoming them back on Friday 7th December for our Speech Night.

 

GCSE

Congratulations Year 11!

We would like to congratulate all of our Year 11 students on their GCSE examination results. 2018 saw students at King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls achieve another fantastic set of results with 73% of results at Grades 7-9 (equivalent A*-A) and 97% at Grades 5-9 (equivalent A*-C). 52 students in the cohort achieved Grades 7-9 (equivalent A*-A) in 10 or more GCSE subjects and 11 students achieved Grades 8-9 (equivalent A*) in 10 or more GCSE subjects. 9 students achieved Grades 8-9 (equivalent A*) in all of their GCSE subjects: Nainisha Desai, Nimmi Dhother, Aleena Ismail, Zainab Mai Khan, Esha Langi, Anya Parmar, Ellie Purcell and Mallika Takhar. Headmistress, Mrs Whittall, said “These results reflect the hard work, determination and commitment of our students and are a testament to the hard work of the students, teachers and all the staff at King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls. Against the backdrop of national uncertainty surrounding the new qualifications these results are very pleasing. As a school we are delighted with their successes and wish them every success as they continue their studies.”