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RMS Science Lecture - Why Do People Clot?
RMS Science Lecture - Why Do People Clot? On Thursday 16th October 2014 we welcomed Professor Machin from UCL who... readmore
RMS Celebrates Biology Week
Biology Week is an annual celebration of the biosciences, with events around... readmore
Year 11 History Trip to Berlin
Year 11 History Trip to Berlin Recently Year 11 Historians visited the German capital city, Berlin.   This... readmore
Year 10 girl wins national title
Year 10 girl wins national title Congratulations to Nikki, Year 10, on winning pentathlon team gold medal at... readmore
Year 9 Girls are County Hockey Champions
Year 9 Girls are County Hockey Champions Congratulations to our Year 9 Hockey Team who have been crowned Herts... readmore
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2014 Public Examination Results

We are delighted with our public examination results once again. Our fully comprehensive Sixth Form, for which there is no minimum standard of entry and from which no child is asked to leave through failure to meet a minimum grade requirement, has achieved an A*/B rate of over 80%, with almost half of all grades at A*/A. These results are higher than those of many far more selective schools and are a testament to the hard work of the girls and the dedication of staff. Almost 90% of girls have been successful in gaining places at their university of first choice and Shanna Hart gained 3A*s and 2 A grades to enable her to take up her organ scholarship at Selwyn College, Cambridge. All our candidates for the most competitive courses in medicine, veterinary science and law gained straight A*/A grades.

At GCSE our results are consistent with last year and almost 60% of grades were A*/A. Girls were rewarded for their consistent application to study and staff are delighted to see the high achievement of girls of a wide range of ability.

RMS does not choose to appear in the league tables but these results represent enormous value added and demonstrate that outstanding teaching and a can-do attitude create a positive environment in which no child is sold short. The most academically able have scaled the expected heights but many others, by dint of hard work and application, have also achieved top grades; our many talented artists, performers and sportswomen have also fulfilled their potential and all are equipped to go on and live their individual dream

 

 
Diana Rose
Headmistress
 
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