Next stop success! St Mary’s girls get set for exciting future paths


15-08-2019
St Mary’s girls get set for exciting future paths

Students at St Mary’s Sixth Form, Cambridge – a leading independent day and boarding school – are celebrating the School’s best A Level results for three years today as they prepare to embark on the next stage of their journey.

Students performed strongly across the board, proving #yesshecan, with highlights including very strong provision in the visual arts:

  • 51% A* - A grades
  • 73% A*- B grades
  • 91% A*- C grades
  • 88% A*/A grades in Art
  • 75% A*/A grades in Textiles and Photography
  • 83% A*/A grades in History

St Mary’s School prepares girls for life. From confidence, collaboration and risk-taking to agile thinking, concern for society and perseverance - we develop a broad, evidence-based set of skills that prepare our girls for study, work and life.

Visual and performing arts education continues to flourish at St Mary’s, with students journeying on to study related courses at leading institutions such as History of Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art, Textiles at Nottingham and Interior Design at Southampton, thanks to their stellar set of results.

The rest of our 2019 cohort are heading off in equally diverse and exciting directions including: Civil Engineering at Nottingham, Neuroscience at St Andrews, Actuarial Science at Manchester and Primary Education at Durham.

Emily Haworth who leaves St Mary’s with 3 A*s and 1 A, said: “The support I have had from teachers spurs you on. The Sixth Form often put on subject surgeries and always found a way to help. Teachers really know each student which is really special. It’s like no other school that I could have wished for. I’ll really miss the community and my teachers.”

Ruth Taylor, Head of St Mary’s Sixth Form, Cambridge comments: “I’m thrilled to see our students embarking on such an array of inspiring career paths. I look forward to hearing all about their future successes.”

Charlotte Avery, Headmistress of St Mary’s School said: “As a School that welcomes a broad ability range and works to fulfil the potential of each student, I am delighted by our students’ excellent results, which are a testament to their hard work, as well as the commitment of their parents and our staff. Our class of 2019 leaves St Mary’s equipped with the skills and values they need to pursue an exciting and fulfilling life at university and beyond.

 

Established on a founding vision which is over 400 years old, our educational provision continues to be tailored for girls.

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