​2018 Academic Results

 (GCSE) A*/9 - A/7:  

(GCSE) A*/9 - B/6:

(GCSE) A*/9 - C/4:

(AL) A* - A :

(AL) A* - B:

(AL) A* - C:

(IB) Average Score:

   

92.7%  

99%

99.9%

67.1%

92.6%

96.8%

38.4

   

Cheltenham Ladies’ College opened in 1854 to provide girls with an education equal to that of boys, and today, we continue to be proud of our tradition of innovation, excellence and empowerment in the education of young women.

 

Our GCSE, A Level and IB results are consistently excellent. We have been named top girls' boarding school in the country for IB in three of the last four years, and repeatedly recognised as the best independent school in the South West of England.

 

The future we are preparing our pupils for is full of excitement and challenge. While academic achievements are important, these must go hand-in-hand with cocurricular activities that interest and challenge them, a community that supports them, and opportunities to pursue passions and learn from failure. Our wide-ranging programmes offer opportunities to undertake new experiences and we are committed to helping every girl to find the talent and potential that lie within.

By nurturing well-rounded and self-confident girls, we help them to leave College as inspirational and empowered young women. Our leavers choose a variety of paths for future study, from medicine, law or engineering, to design, animation or drama: this is testament to the independent thinking, creativity and self-belief actively encouraged and thriving within our College community.

​Location: Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

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www.cheltladiescollege.org 

11 - 18 years

845

657

33%

Queen Anne’s School in Caversham, is an independent day and boarding school for girls aged 11-18 years old. Less than an hour from London; there are frequent trains from Paddington to nearby Reading.

A unique feature of Queen Anne’s is its innovative approach to understanding the teenage brain, reflecting BrainCanDo, the psychology and education neuroscience research programme started by Headmistress, Julia
Harrington, five years ago.

“You cannot teach, guide or inspire a teenager with any success unless you understand what stimulates their exuberant brains, or stalls and depresses them,” says Mrs Harrington. “Our positive and inclusive approach to learning and behaviour helps every girl to get the best from themselves.”

Queen Anne’s first-class teaching includes a tutorial system that encourages students to achieve academic success and develop a love for and enjoyment of learning. We have a new music centre with specialist designed spaces for practice and performance, and an award-winning Sixth-form building with a digital learning zone, learning pods – and breakout rooms to suit every mood.

A 35-acre site offers plenty of space for sport, including lacrosse, netball and tennis, as well as art and drama.

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11 - 18

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44%

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445

18%

200

Caversham, Berksire

​2019 Academic Results

 (GCSE) A*/9 - A/7:  

(GCSE) A*/9 - B/6:

(GCSE) A*/9 - C/4:

(AL) A* - A :

(AL) A* - B:

(AL) A* - C:

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Queen Anne's School

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