We are delighted with the success of our Upper Sixth on achieving fantastic A level results this year, with 19% of all results graded A*, 51% A* or A and 81% A*-B.

In keeping with our award winning STEM provision, there were outstanding results in Science where 44% of Chemistry students achieved A*s and Mathematics where 40% of grades were A*s. There were similarly impressive performances in the Humanities: over 80% of Economics and Geography results were A* or A and in History and Spanish students achieved 90% A*/A and 100% A*/A grades respectively.

Special congratulations go to six of our girls who achieved three or more A* grades. Emma Zhang will study Maths at University College London, after achieving A*s in Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths and an A in Physics.  Tara Hinds and Evelyn Jamieson achieved A*s in Economics, Geography and Maths and will both study Economics at Birmingham  University. Gwen Shepherd, Charlotte Wistow and Rhiannon Hughes were all awarded A*s in Biology, Chemistry and Maths.  Gwen and Charlotte will be studying Medicine at Edinburgh University and St George’s respectively, with Rhiannon pursuing a degree in Biochemistry at Bristol University.

Rhiannon Hughes celebrates achieving three A*s in Biology, Chemistry and Maths

“I’m so shocked to have achieved such amazing results,” said Rhiannon. “After studying at Bromley High School since I was 4 years old, this is the perfect ending to my time here.  I’d like to thank all my wonderful teachers for their support.”

Many other exceptional girls will be pursuing exciting opportunities. Fabienne Gnehm, goalkeeper for the Austrian National Under 21 hockey team, will study at the prestigious Radboud University in the Netherlands.

Fabienne, goalkeeper of the Austrian National hockey team, celebrating with 
Dr Adrian Rowley, Head of Science

“We are delighted that our Leavers’ hard work has been rewarded with such outstanding results,” said Angela Drew, Headmistress of Bromley High School.  “They are a wonderful group of young women who have very bright futures ahead of them and we are very proud of their achievements.”

See the full results table here