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A Level Results 2016

Saint Martin’s School is proud and delighted to announce another impressive set of A-level results. 10% of all entries are graded A* (up from 5% in 2015), and well over a third of this year’s leavers’ grades are at the very top level of A*/A. 93% of all grades are at A*, A, B and C. These are the grades which guarantee all important university places and open employment doors.

In all subjects Saint Martin’s students achieved a 100% rate, demonstrating the depth and range of their abilities. This is reflected in the variety of further study choices: girls have been accepted on courses including Biology, Engineering, Law, Modern Languages, Music, Teaching and Sports Science.

Kinza Wahid is to be congratulated on obtaining the best results in School with A*, A*, A, as well as Isobel Baker, Eleanor Barr, Lucy Glover and Amy Wevill who all achieved A*, A, A. We are delighted to report that Isobel will be taking up her place at Oxford to read History.

Headteacher, Miss Edgar, commented: “We are all thrilled with the achievements of this year’s Upper Sixth. Excellent teaching from a dedicated team coupled with the girls’ own hard work and determination have resulted in a laudable set of results.

Our girls are encouraged to make the most of every moment of their time at Saint Martin’s and we are very pleased that these accomplished young women have been involved in so many worthwhile (and enjoyable!) extracurricular activities alongside their academic studies.

These young people have been a pleasure to work with, and we send them into the world beyond Saint Martin’s with results, skills and attitudes which will set them apart from the crowd. I wish every one of them the very best for their exciting futures.”

School Calendar

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    Y12&13 Biology / Psychology visit to Twycross Zoo
  • 25 Sep
    Y8 Art Trip V&A London
  • 26 Sep
    Senior School Information Evening for Year 7 Entry in September 2019
  • 26 Sep
    Y4 Twycross Zoo
  • 28 Sep
    MacMillan Coffee Morning