The St Mary’s School, Cambridge community celebrated another cohort of confident students receiving the GCSE and A Level results required to propel them into a range of academic, creative and philanthropic pursuits. We emphasise each young person’s uniqueness, and place substantial value on instilling in the girls a curious, creative and confident spirit that will, alongside their academic accomplishments and the skills they have gained, motivate and equip them for life beyond school – to create and pursue their own path to fulfilment.
The 2016/2017 GCSE and A Level cohorts demonstrated academic diversity by performing consistently well in public examinations across a remarkably broad range of subjects. At GCSE level a fifth of students achieved all A*/A grades or equivalent (grades 9 – 7 under the new system), and 86% of all papers were awarded at A* - B. Our Sixth Form students’ results were equally celebrated, with a quarter of students achieving all A*/A grades, and almost three quarters of all papers awarded at A* - B. Students are encouraged and supported in pursuing the specific range of subjects that best suits their interests, talents, and ambition for the future, and whichever combination of subjects students choose, we work to instil in the girls a sense of personal endeavour, intellectual curiosity and preparation for life beyond school.
For further information about the 2016/2017 examination results please read our results leaflet here.
Click the following links to view a breakdown of examination results by subject:
A Level - 2016/2017
GCSE - 2016/2017