LEH celebrates standout GCSE Results

This marks another year of standout results for pupils at Lady Eleanor Holles School, with superb collective and individual accomplishments being celebrated. 95% of results were grade 9-7 and an impressive 70% of students achieved straight 7-9s across their GCSE exam subjects this year.

LEH celebrates standout GCSE Results
Year 11 at LEH School (Photo: Lady Eleanor Holles)

This marks another year of standout results for pupils at Lady Eleanor Holles School, with superb collective and individual accomplishments being celebrated.

95% of results were grade 9-7 and an impressive 70% of students achieved straight 7-9s across their GCSE exam subjects this year.

Head Mistress, Heather Hanbury, said: "The success of this year’s GCSE pupils reflects a huge amount of commitment and hard work during some exceptional years.

"I am so proud of how our Year 11 pupils responded with resilience and determination.

"They showed wonderful enthusiasm for returning to ‘normal’ school life and the opportunity this afforded to enjoy the full range of educational and co-curricular experiences once again."

She continued: "Today’s GCSE results are incredibly impressive, and I hope all our pupils and their families feel immense pride, not only for their wonderful results, but also for all the admirable qualities they have demonstrated along the way."

Lady Eleanor Holles School
Lady Eleanor Holles School (LEH) is an independent day school for girls aged 7 to 18 in Hampton, South West London. The school was founded in 1710, making LEH one of the oldest girls’ schools in the UK.

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