We are thrilled to share our 2023 GCSE and A level results.
Our Progress 8 score of 0.61 for 2023 puts us in the top 10% of schools in the country. Our Attainment 8 score at 56.4 is over a grade above national average at 46.3. Both Progress 8 and Attainment 8 for disadvantaged students is higher at Mulberry School for Girls compared to non-disadvantaged students. In English and maths, the percentage of grades 8-9 is twice the national average; in Biology, Chemistry and Physics it is three times higher. This achievement is in the context of a curriculum in which 95% of students are entered for the EBacc and students undertake an average of 9.2 GCSEs compared to the national average of 7.3. The EBacc average points score in 2023 was 5.15, over a grade higher than national average.
Well done to our Year 13 students whose university destinations include Imperial, LSE, UCL, King’s, Bristol and Manchester as well as highly competitive apprenticeship programmes with top law and accountancy firms. Students are going to read a wide range of subjects including accounting and finance, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, computer science, economics, English, optometry, midwifery, neuroscience, nursing, medicine, PPE, law, international political economy and mathematics.
Exam Results at Mulberry School for Girls
2022 exam results can be found below.
Updated performance information for Key Stage 4 is published here on the DfE website.
Updated performance information for Key Stage 5 is published here on the DfE website.
Full 2019 results can be found here.