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  • Over half the cohort gained 9 (or more) grade 7-9s.
  • The average grade out of just under 750 entries is a strong 7.
  • The average score is 7 grades at 7-9.
Headmistress Christina Foord commended the girls on their results and their maturity throughout their 2 year courses: “It is never easy or straightforward to be the first at anything, though of course it has its excitements too! Year 11 took the challenge in its collective stride. Foundations have been laid, stepping stones put in place: A Levels await!” [caption id="attachment_16134" align="alignnone" width="300"] TORMEAD INDEPENDENT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - GCSE RESULTS 2019[/caption] [caption id="attachment_16129" align="alignnone" width="300"] TORMEAD INDEPENDENT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - GCSE RESULTS 2019[/caption] [post_title] => Congratulations to Our GCSE Candidates for Their Impressive Results [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => congratulations-to-gcse-candidates-for-impressive-results [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-08-22 15:07:02 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-08-22 14:07:02 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.tormeadschool.org.uk/?p=16118 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [1] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 16106 [post_author] => 5 [post_date] => 2019-08-15 12:35:23 [post_date_gmt] => 2019-08-15 11:35:23 [post_content] => The Upper Sixth girls of the Class of 2019 were ambitious, witty, determined in all that they did and they promised very fine A Level results. They did not disappoint and celebrated in their customary enthusiastic, collaborative, stylish way this morning. And the celebrations were deserved: they smashed the school’s A* record, set in 2010 in the very first year of the star being available, with one third of the papers being awarded the very top grade. Two thirds of the girls gained 2 or more A*s and 40% gained all A*/A grades. As and A*s accounted overall for nearly 70% of the results and 9 out of every 10 entries scored A*-B. Impressively, these are gained in the first year of the fully reformed A Level curriculum. Special mention goes to the Computer Science, Geography and History departments who gained 60% or more A* grades (with the latter two departments  gaining 100 A*-A) and to Art, Chemistry, Maths, Physics and RS with 75% or more gaining the two top grades. Headmistress Christina Foord was delighted for the girls and their parents and the staff. “We are so very lucky at Tormead to work in a close community - all staff, whatever their role, play a part in the everyday lives of the girls who in turn do so much for others whilst studying to achieve their very high ambitions. The expertise and guidance provided by their teachers is second to none and the parents support the school in a whole range of vital ways. All are celebrating today and rightly so. We expected much of these girls, regardless of and indeed because of the challenges that the new A Level specifications gave them: the Class of 2019 heads off for new and exciting adventures, ready to carry on achieving and contributing. We will hear more from this Class!" 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In order to compete at the British finals, earlier in the year these girls won their respective age groups at the South East Regional qualifiers. The National Finals began on Saturday with our youngest age group, the Under 11 team (Sonia, Isla, Alexa, Daniela, Eliza, Amelia) many of whom had just returned from their week-long residential trip.The girls rose to the challenge, handling their nerves well to perform beautiful floors and strong vaults. A fantastic team performance resulted in the girls becoming British Champions with a clear three mark lead. Sonia was also crowned the highest scoring Under 11 gymnast of the day, with Daniela picking up the bronze. It was a great start to the weekend's competition. On Sunday, it was the turn of our Under 14 (Charlotte, Emilie, Carrie, Emily, Liberty, Leonie) and Under 19 (Emily, Hattie, Sierra, Maddie, Eleanor, Lily) teams. Despite an early start for the Under 14 team, they showed maturity beyond their years, performing with poise and elegance on the floor combined with powerful tumbling and vaulting. In a very strong field of competitors our Under 14 gymnasts held their own and were rewarded by taking the British National gold medal. Individual success was also awarded to Emily who was the highest scoring Under 14 gymnast. Finally, our Under 19 team - who had witnessed their younger teammates winning the British Titles - were determined and focused from the start. The competition was fierce with some outstanding gymnastics on display, not only from our gymnasts but across the Under 19 category. Spurred on by their teammates' results, the Under 19s had a fantastic competition, winning the overall British Title. Emily also placed 3rd highest Under 19 gymnast of the day with an impressive 15.9 out of 16 on vault. Congratulations to all girls, coaches and parents involved! 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All proceeds from the downloads, approximately £100 so far (calculated to year-end 2018), will go to Music in Hospitals & Care, a charity which brings live music to people in care settings across the UK. The inspirational song made it to number 99 in the music charts last year, which was a wonderful accolade for our two Dare to Dream vocalists – Poppy in Lower Sixth and Tia in Upper Sixth! Dare to Dream was launched amidst balloons and fanfare following a count down by Headmistress Christina Foord at the glittering September event. Composed by Director of Music Anthony Merryweather, the song was performed live, delighting guests at the event. Other acts performing on the night were the school’s Symphony Orchestra, Jazz Band, Schola Cantorum, Senior Vocal Group, soloists, poetry readings, drama performances, and special guests – the Boxgrove Primary School choir. Download the Dare to Dream here: View the heart-warming Dare to Dream video here! 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Sixth Form girls - dressed up as favourite book characters - visited the Junior School. The Senior School shared stories in their Houses and the winners of the 'Short and Tweet' story competition were announced: read the winning entries here on Tormead Librarian's Twitter account  - @Tormead_Lib. 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On Friday 1 March,  our youngest gymnasts (U9s) competed alongside our more experienced U15 team to kick start the ISGA National Finals. The U9 team performed with confidence and style despite their young age to come away with the Team Silver medal and a third place in the group sequence. The U15s determined to improve upon a third place finish at last year's Nationals and took to the competition floor with elegance and great team work, securing the U15 National Title. It was a fantastic start to the weekend. Day two of ISGA did not disappoint. The U11 and U13 teams, inspired by the previous days results, performed beautiful floors combined with powerful vaulting. It was indeed 'Super Saturday' with both teams taking home the National Title. The U13 team group floor impressed the judges so much it was the winning group routine of the day and they were asked to showcase their routine during the presentations to a packed audience. The third and final day was a chance for our U10 team and our most experienced O13 team to compete. With three National Team Titles and one silver already secured, these teams did not want to go home empty handed! Cheered on by girls who had competed previously and their parents, there was certainly a buzz in the air. Both teams had excellent competitions and held their nerve on all pieces. The O13s took the National title and the U10s came away with the team silver and a first place in the group floor. The team placings across all age groups meant that Tormead were crowned the Overall School ISGA National Champions.: a truly fantastic weekend of Gymnastics. Tormead gymnasts were also successful in picking up Individual age group Champions and Top 6 placings.

Under 9

Ella (6th Place) Team: 2nd Place (Jess, Megan, Niamh, Georgia, Annabel, Ella)

Under 10

Amelia (4th Place) Team: 2nd Place (Rosie, Mabel, Ava, Daisy, Martha, Amelia)

Under 11

Sonia (U11 Champion), Daniela (3rd), Isla (4th) Team: 1st Place  (Alexa, Isla, Daniela, Eliza, Sonia)

Under 13

Emily (U13 Champion), Liberty & Amelie (Joint 2nd U13), Carrie (5th) Team: 1st Place (Lilia, Amelie, Carrie, Leonie, Liberty, Emily)

Under 15

Eleanor (U15 Champion), Cassie 3rd Team: 1st Place (Ellen, Millie, Cassie, Charlotte, Emillie, Eleanor)

Over 13

Emily (O13 Champion), Madeline (4th), Sierra (6th) Team: 1st Place (Madeline, Emily, Sierra, Hattie, Lily) [post_title] => Tormead Gymnasts Win ISGA Title for 5th Consecutive Year [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => tormead-gymnasts-win-isga-title-for-5th-consecutive-year [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-04-16 10:17:19 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-04-16 09:17:19 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.tormeadschool.org.uk/2019/03/10/tormead-gymnasts-win-isga-title-for-5th-consecutive-year/ [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) )
Posted: 22nd Aug 2019

Congratulations to Our GCSE Candidates for Their Impressive Results

Year 11 girls followed in the huge footsteps of the Class of 2019 last week and achieved some very fine GCSE results. Over half the cohort gained 9 (or more) grade 7-9s. The average grade out of just under 750 entries is a strong 7. The average score is 7 grades at 7-9. Headmistress Christina...
Posted: 15th Aug 2019

Upper Sixth Celebrate Record-Breaking Success

The Upper Sixth girls of the Class of 2019 were ambitious, witty, determined in all that they did and they promised very fine A Level results. They did not disappoint and celebrated in their customary enthusiastic, collaborative, stylish way this morning. And the celebrations were deserved: they smashed the school’s A* record, set in 2010...
Posted: 8th May 2019

Tormead Gymnasts’ Clean Sweep at the British Floor and Vault National Finals

Eighteen girls represented Tormead at the British Floor and Vault National finals held over the bank holiday weekend in Stoke. In order to compete at the British finals, earlier in the year these girls won their respective age groups at the South East Regional qualifiers. The National Finals began on Saturday with our youngest age...
Posted: 21st Mar 2019

‘Dare to Dream’ Song Downloads Soar

Tormead’s Dare to Dream song was purchased or streamed 9665 times in the first three months after its release into the music charts last September. All proceeds from the downloads, approximately £100 so far (calculated to year-end 2018), will go to Music in Hospitals & Care, a charity which brings live music to people in care...
Posted: 10th Mar 2019

World Book Day 2019 Celebrations

Festivities celebrating the wonder of books, reading and stories were abundant last week for Tormead World Book Day. Sixth Form girls – dressed up as favourite book characters – visited the Junior School. The Senior School shared stories in their Houses and the winners of the ‘Short and Tweet’ story competition were announced: read the...
Posted: 10th Mar 2019

Tormead Gymnasts Win ISGA Title for 5th Consecutive Year

Congratulations to the Tormead Gymnasts who have won Overall School ISGA National Title for the fifth consecutive year. Tormead entered six gymnastics teams in the competition, with four taking Team Gold, and two taking Team Silver. On Friday 1 March,  our youngest gymnasts (U9s) competed alongside our more experienced U15 team to kick start the...