Welcome to Chatham Grammar School for Girls
Please click the link below for a copy of the 2016 brochure.
Our last Ofsted inspection was in November 2012. Please click on the link to read the Report.
Examination Results 2016-2017
Total Number of Year 11 students on roll 94
Percentage of students gaining A*-C (Grade 4) English and Maths - 99%
17% of students achieved 5 A*- A grades
31% of grades were achieved A*-A.
Progress 8 (2016) = +0.19
Attainment 8 Measure - B grade
The average grade achieved by Year 13 students in 2017 - C grade
45% of grades were achieved A*-B.
'Value Added’ (2016) for A Level qualifications -= +0.03. This is expected to be in line with national expectations in 2017, taking into account starting points of students
Students that secured places at universities across UK are 63
School Performance Tables are published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education's website. The Tables give information on the achievement and attainment of pupils and include information on finance, absence, school workforce and the most recent Ofsted reports.
The attainment and progress data in the Tables is designed to be considered alongside other sources of information such as Ofsted reports and school prospectuses.
To view the School Performance Tables for Chatham Grammar School for Girls School, please visit the Department for Education's website
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
Adele Solomides - Assistant Principal
Claire Grimes - Assistant Principal
Simon Richter - Safeguarding Lead
Please click on the links below for further information.