Sutton Girls ranked 23rd in the country in Parent Power survey
The annual Sunday Times' Parent Power Survey was published on 26th November 2017. The survey ranks the top 150 state schools across the country, based on the highest grades at A-level and GCSE examinations. This year, Sutton Coldfield Grammar School for Girls has been ranked 23rd of all secondary schools.
The ranking of the school as 23rd in the country is a recognition of the fantastic examination results this summer. The achievements in GCSE and A-level examinations are a culmination of sustained effort from students, expertise and guidance from teachers and support of parents and carers.
Here at Sutton Girls we value a broad and balanced education; academic success is combined with developing well-rounded, happy, resilient students who are ready for the challenges and opportunities in their future.
Alongside academic study there are numerous extra-curricular opportunities for students to enhance their wider skills. Students can get involved with sport, music, drama, Duke of Edinburgh scheme, fund-raising for charities, leadership opportunities, clubs and societies. Trips and residential visits allow students to experience life beyond school.
We are proud not only of our students’ academic results, but their achievements in a variety of fields and their contributions to the school, local and wider communities.