Welcome to Chatham Grammar School for Girls



Prospectus 2017/2018

Performance Tables

Please click here to view the performance tables for Chatham Grammar School for Girls.

Ofsted Report

Please click here to view the Ofsted Report February 2018.


Examination Results 2016-2017

Year 11:

Total Number of Year 11 students on roll 94

Percentage of students gaining A*-C (Grade 4) English and Maths - 99%

Percentage of students gaining a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English and Maths - 86%

Percentage of students entered for the English Baccalaureate - 56%

Percentage of students achieving the English Baccalaureate - 39%

31% of grades were achieved A*-A.

Progress 8 (2017) - +0.04

Attainment 8 Measure - B grade

Percentage of students staying in education/employment - 100%

Post 16:

Student progress - A levels - average grade TBC and progress score TBC

Student progress - academic - average grade TBC and progress score TBC

Student progress - applied general - average grade Distinction* and progress score TBC

The average grade students achieve at KS5 for A levels - TBC

The average grade students achieve at KS5 for academic - TBC

The average grade students achieve at KS5 for applied general - TBC

The average grade students achieve at KS5 for tech level - TBC

The progress that students have made in English and Maths - N/A

The percentage of students that completed their programmes of study for:

A levels - TBC

Academic - TBC

Applied general - TBC

Tech level - TBC

The average grade achieved by Year 13 students in 2017 - C grade

45% of grades were achieved A*-B.

The percentage of students who continued in education or training, or move on to employment in the year after the end of KS4 - 86%

Students that secured places at universities across the UK are 63

Ethos & Values


At CGSG we offer our students a wide variety of stimulating and motivating opportunities to achieve outstanding academic outcomes, and develop high quality thinking, learning and communication skills and in so doing build a secure foundation for a positive and successful life. We recognise the enormous social and emotional pressures that are put on young women today, and our priority and commitment is to ensure that our students develop healthy inquisitive minds, and that academic success is achieved within a nurturing environment. Essentially CGSG is a supportive, friendly place, which fosters excellent and secure relationships between students and staff – our young people are happy, confident and resilient. Our goal is to ensure that our students go out into the world with the ability to deal confidently with all the experiences that come their way. CGSG students enter university and the professional work place full of passion, and with aspiration, self-belief and high self esteem of what they can achieve. In Year 7 we begin the journey to success by discovering the individual talents of our students through our Year 7 curriculum, enabling a smooth transition from primary to secondary education. Students are supported from early beginnings to successfully engage with all the changes and opportunities that life in CGSG will offer.


Wendy Walters - Principal - waltw014@medwaymail.org

Helen Newbery - Assistant Principal - newbh016@medwaymail.org

Claire Grimes - Assistant Principal - grimc056@medwaymail.org

Adele Solomides - Assistant Principal and Safeguarding Lead - soloa104@medwaymail.org

Mel Wolfe - Deputy Director of UKAT Sixth Form - wolfm001@medwaymail.org

Simon Richter - SENCO - richs422@medwaymail.org

To contact other members of staff please ring the school reception on 01634 851262 or email postbox@chathamgirlsgrammar.medway.sch.uk through the homepage on the website.


Charging Policy

Complaints Policy

Attendance Policy

Behaviour Policy

SEN Policy

Anti Bullying


Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

Accessibility Plan 2017/2018

Accessibility Supporting Documents 2017/2018

Exclusion Arrangements

Assessment and Report Policy - under review

Homework Policy - under review

Equality Objectives - under review

E Safety - under review