Mill Hill International is pleased to announce the results of the 2021 IGCSE and GCSEs.
After another year of disruption caused by the pandemic, we are truly impressed by our pupils’ achievement. Most of our international pupils have been able to secure such results in under a year’s study, as most of the Mill Hill International pupils followed an intensive one year GCSE course.
Our pupils deserve immense credit not only for surviving an educational ordeal of disruption to their education but also for having managed to study in what have been gruelling circumstances including weeks of self-isolation, studying online with significant time differences and with the anxiety of the uncertainty of how they would be assessed for a large part of the year. That our pupils have achieved so well despite the additional personal difficulties that some have faced is nothing short of heroic. The grit and perseverance shown is indeed humbling.
Of course our teachers too deserve the highest praise for their dedication as they worked tirelessly throughout the year, seamlessly moving to blended learning and adapting their lessons to ensure that no one was disadvantaged by learning online. Their steadfast commitment to the very end of the summer term meant that the Teacher Awarded Grades are both fair and robust, reflecting the high standards of teaching and learning at Mill Hill International.
We wish our outgoing pupils all the very best as they move on to their further education. Some of the Year 11 pupils will be joining Mill Hill School and Cobham Hall to start their A level courses in September while a number have been offered places in other leading independent schools such as Caterham School, Headington School, Dauntsey’s, Bromsgrove School, Berkhamsted School and Fettes College.