Category Archives: Sixth Form

JAGS A level results 2016: 83% awarded A* or A

Amazing A level results to report from pupils at James Allen’s Girls’ School A* - 38 % A* to A - 83% A* to B - 96%   We’ve raised the bar from last year with a staggering 38% of all the full A level subject entries being awarded A*, by far the highest number…
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Where will your gap year take you?

Once upon a time someone dreamt of a scheme where students would spend a year between school and university discovering more about themselves and the world around them. JAGS pupils have seized these gap years with relish which have taken them in so many directions. The 2015 leavers are a case in point: some won…
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Settling into the sixth form at JAGS

You might feel a little bit nervous, starting a new school in the sixth form. But there’s every chance that things will work out beautifully, as Chinelo, who transferred from Notre Dame in September 2015, explains: “The girls are really fun. You can literally talk to anyone in the common room. The staff are very…
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Insight into Oxford and Cambridge applications

When you’re feeling excited, but a touch apprehensive about your application, the annual Oxford and Cambridge Interview workshop is guaranteed to banish any nerves. Sixth form students from JAGS were joined here in September by St Michael’s College, Charter, St Saviour’s and St Olave’s, City Academy, Alleyn’s and Dulwich College, keen to pick up tips…
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