Please see the school news below.
GCSE Results Success for CityPosted: 21/08/14
City students and staff celebrated the release of GCSE results today with another impressive set of grades. 74% of grades were awarded A*, with an outstanding 96% being awarded A*-A. Many individual successes have been achieved, with over a quarter of the 91 students receiving 10 A*s or more. One student received 12 A*s and 20 students obtained 100% A* grades for all subjects.
City Girls Medal at British Rowing ChampionshipsPosted: 20/08/14
Two City of London School Year 10 Girls, Emily Downey and Isabella Wells were part of the crew from Lea Rowing Club in Hackney which took the Bronze Medal in the Girls Coxed Quads at the British Junior Rowing Championships at the end of July in Nottingham.
Outstanding A Levels for City GirlsPosted: 14/08/14
A level and AS level results obtained by City girls have again marked another year of academic excellence and personal achievement. Results released today have demonstrated our Sixth formers and staff’s commitment and dedication with a 100% pass rate and 96% A*, A and B grades overall and an impressive 78% A*-A grades. Two thirds of the year group achieved all A* and A grades. The individual achievements of the students must also be celebrated: one pupil achieved 5 A*s, and a second obtained 4 A*s. A further six pupils received at least 3 A*s.
Silver medal for City girl at Commonwealth GamesPosted: 04/08/14
15 year old, Tin-Tin Ho, has been awarded a silver medal for her doubles table tennis performance along with Liam Pitchford at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. The City girl has trained extremely hard in preparation for the games, two hours a day, six days a week with her brother and father. Tin-Tin has been successful in a number of recent competitions and was delighted to be selected for the Commonwealth Games squad. She is currently the most active player in the world, competing in 126 competitions last year.
Tin-Tin Ranked #3 in EnglandPosted: 22/07/14
Tin-Tin Ho must once again be commended for her success in table tennis. She is currently ranked #3 in England and #376 in the world and will be competing in the next Commonwealth Games.