Empowered girls with excellent
academic results

Recent changes in curriculum reform and the new grading system of some GCSE subjects have been no match for our resilient girls who consistently stand up to the challenges they face.

Our flexible, personalised Sixth Form A Level curriculum gives the girls freedom of choice, encouraging them to play to their strengths, and excel in whatever they choose to do.

They continue to make us proud as we celebrate their successes together on results days and watch them go on to achieve extraordinary things.

Exam results

All reviews have now been received and our tables of results have been finalised.


A Level results 2019



View our 2019 A Level results

View our archive of A Level results

GCSE results 2019


View 2019 results

View our archive of GCSE results

The success of these GCSE results means that the majority of our Year 11 girls meet the entrance criteria to continue their education in our Sixth Form.

The quality of the A Level results allows our girls to go on to the very best Higher Education establishments including Oxbridge.

University Destinations 2018



We continue to watch their progress as they make their way into the world of work, reaping the benefits of a progressive NGHS education and striding confidently into a future of their choosing. We love welcoming our inspiring alumnae back to school on a regular basis to hear about the exciting things they’re doing to make the most of their words of wisdom and advice for the younger girls.

Browse through our inspiring alumnae profiles

The future starts here

Take a look at the varied range of courses and destinations of our Year 13 leavers, and some of the inspiring stories of our alumnae. They go on to pursue some incredible and often surprising careers, smashing stereotypes and confidently making their mark in the world.

We celebrate the diversity of the career choices our girls make and the variety of exciting professions that the future holds. Medicine is often a popular aspiration with our girls, and we’re proud to have 18 girls going on to study medicine in 2019.