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GCSE Results


GCSE Results 2019


Students at Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School are once again celebrating outstanding GCSE results. 

As well as overall results far above national averages, there were as ever, some remarkable individual success stories.

More than 30 students achieved the top grades in at least 8 subjects. A particular mention goes to the following students:

Lotus Singh Hall who achieved the top grades in all 13 of her subjects and Laura Seti, Anna Ebbotson-Solomon, Sofiya Abdrillahi, Millie Fiore and Amanda Zere who all achieved 12 GCSEs at the top grades.

We are equally delighted that no student left without qualifications and rates of progress are strong across the whole cohort.

As I write this, final figures are still being calculated so I will update this information as it comes in but what is clear already is that EGA students have once again achieved fabulous results across the whole curriculum.

Well done everyone and good luck to all our Year 11s as they move on to college, sixth form and apprenticeships.


Sarah Beagley - Headteacher

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GCSE Results 2019

GCSE Results 2018

GCSE Results 2017

GCSE Results 2016

GCSE Results 2015


NLA Schools Photography Competition Posted on: 23/01/2020

NLA Schools Photography Competition

Deadline Friday 20 February 2020 To celebrate World Water Day 2020 New London Architecture Learning, the City of London and Cheapside Business Alliance are organising a photography competition for schools and an exhibition at The City Centre for The Worshipful Company of Water Conservators and we want you to get involved! All year groups up to year 13 are encouraged to get involved and submit via their class. Working as a class we are asking pupils to submit photographic artwork that responds to the theme of ‘A Sustainable Future for London’ that addresses the environmental challenges Londoners face. There are excellent prizes to be won, as well as the chance for your class to have your entry printed and exhibited at The City Centre for World Water Day and take part in a sustainability themed art workshop at New London Architecture! Theme suggestions: – Promote active forms of travel – Present design visions or inspiration for a greener future for London – Highlight the need to move towards a Plastic Free City – Campaign for London to become a Car Free City – Capture the impact of climate change on London’s environment and population – Show the detrimental impact of single-use plastic over rivers and waterways   For full information on submitting, guidelines and an example lesson plan, please read the guidelines below:
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