|Putney High School Celebrates GCSE Results|
Double trouble to the power of three as twins collect their grades
Putney High School is today celebrating outstanding GCSE results, with 87% of entries achieving A* or A grades. Some 58 per cent of girls secured at least 10 A* or A grades, with 10 girls achieving 10 A* grades. 20 girls secured nine or more A* grades.
All 20 of the Chinese Mandarin entries achieved an A* grade – one week after the subject earned stunning Pre-U results, the equivalent of 100 per cent A* grades at A Level. Likewise, more than two thirds of English Literature results achieved A* grades (82 per cent of Putney’s English Lit A Level entries were A*). Other GCSE language results were equally impressive, with 90 per cent A* or A grades for French and German, and 87 per cent for Spanish.
In Science, 90 per cent of Biology and Chemistry entries were at A* or A grade while for Physics, the figure was 86 per cent. All Putney students sit GCSEs in all three separate sciences. In Maths, more than 90 per cent of entries achieved A* or A grade.
As Putney prepares to open its Performing Arts Centre, the school celebrated 100 per cent A* - A grades in Drama and Music, alongside DT Textiles and PE. In Geography, some 71 per cent of entries achieved A*.
Acting Headmistress Suzie Longstaff said: