Staff, pupils and parents celebrated another strong set of GCSEs this year at Surbiton High School.
Surbiton High School staff, students and parents are celebrating another set of outstanding A-level results for 2019.
Surbiton High School is celebrating after winning the Sports Award at the TES Independent School Awards.
Friday 14 December saw Surbiton's Inaugural Classics Christmas lecture take place with Professor Edith Hall discussing the finer details of the rightful ownership of the Elgin Marbles and some enlightening facts about the history behind the Parthenon.
In 2018, Surbiton High School were proud winners of the Tes Creativity Award, and this year they are delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted for the 2019 Sports Award.
Surbiton High School is delighted to report another excellent set of GCSE results this year. With 78% of all grades at 9-7/A*-A, the results across the board are outstanding and demonstrate the commitment Surbiton High School has in providing a breadth and depth to its excellent academic provision**. The introduction of tougher GCSEs this year further highlights the outstanding results, with one quarter of all pupils being awarded the highest grade 9. 93% of all results were graded 9-6/A*-B.
Staff, students and parents at Surbiton High School are celebrating a fantastic year of A-level results for 2018. 50% of all grades achieved were A* – A grades, with 29 students achieving 3 A*/A grades, and 86% of all grades achieved were A* - B.
At Surbiton High School, it's not just the pupils who represent a nation in their chosen sport.
Last week, Year 12 pupil Sophia from Kettering Buccleuch Academy was announced as winner of United Learning’s Group Art Competition for 2018.
This half-term, over 120 primary pupils from 16 United Learning schools got the chance to express their creativity through storytelling as part of StorySLAM.