2 Feb 2017Year 12 HSC and IB Results 2016
Queenwood congratulates the Class of 2016 on their excellent HSC and IB results.
Based on the data we have received, 35% achieved an ATAR of 95 and above; 60% achieved an ATAR of 90 and above; 90% attained an ATAR of 80 and above.
Our highest known ATAR achievers are:
Clare Leslie 99.95 (Dux)
Carina Stone 99.90
Sophie Serisier 99.75
Therese Hava 98.90
Phillippa Clegg 98.65
Eleanor Hundleby 98.15
Sophie Carter 98.05
Angelica Elvy 98
Rebecca Bennett 97.65
Alexandra McLennan 97.4
Holly Reynolds 97.20
Kelly Singleton 97.10
Abbey Stewart 97
From a cohort of 97 students:
• 4% achieved an ATAR of 99 or higher (top 1% of NSW)
• 35% achieved an ATAR of 95 or higher (top 5% of NSW)
• 60% achieved an ATAR of 90 or higher (top 10% of NSW)
• 90% achieved an ATAR of 80 or higher (top 20% of NSW)
The following girls received an ‘All Rounder’ award for achieving Band 6 (or Extension E4) in 10 or more units of study:
1. Sasa Barnes
2. Rebecca Bennett
3. Sophie Carter
4. Bianca Cipolla
5. Angelica Elvy
6. Elise Griffin
7. Francesca McGrath
8. Alexandra McLennan
9. Holly Reynolds
10. Sophie Serisier
11. Abbey Stewart
12. Carina Stone
Other Top Achievers in the State:
1. 10th in NSW in Economics: Carina Stone
2. 16th in NSW in Mathematics: Kimia Nassaj (Yr 11)
3. 17th in NSW in Standard English: Charlotte Wilson
Congratulations to the 11 students who completed the International Baccalaureate in 2016. The IB awards a total mark out of 45. From the cohort of 11 students. Clare Leslie achieved a perfect score of 45, only one of 94 worldwide to receive this result.
The average mark was 39 (compared to the world average of 29) and average ATAR was 97.1.
9 out of 11 students (82%) placed in the top 5% of the state.
Congratulations to all girls for these outstanding results. The Class of 2016 clearly worked with determination and commitment to achieve these fine results and we are incredibly proud of them. We also give a very special thanks to their hard-working teachers who walked alongside them throughout this journey.
Director of Curriculum
30 Nov 2016Robotics team head to Nationals
Queenwood Robotics team came 2nd of 30 Teams in the Northern Beaches Regional FLL Competition and have qualified for the Australian FLL National Competition at Macquarie University.
6 Sep 2016Queenwood teams win AFL finals
The Youth Girls Sydney Harbour AFL Grand Final Day was a massive success for our U18-1 and U14-2 teams. Both teams won their final! Winning two out of the four possible Youth Girls Grand Finals is a magnificent effort and a testament to the great camaraderie our teams have displayed throughout the final series. All players are to be congratulated on their desire to contest each possession, coaches and managers for their organisation and desire to improve our players, and parents thanked for their support.
28 Jul 2016Queenwood Rio Olympics
Two Queenwood Old Girls, Holly Lincoln-Smith and Georgie Gotch are going to Rio.
Holly will be representing Australia in the women’s water polo team after she won bronze in the 2012 London Olympics. Whilst Georgie was nominated to sweep for the coxed eight women’s rowing after the Russian team was banned from participating. This is more representatives than any other IGSSA School, and we are very proud of the girls and their connection to Queenwood.
We wish them all the very best.
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20 Jul 2016Queenwood student wins Tuckwell Scholarship… again!
The Tuckwell Scholarship at ANU is one of the most prestigious scholarships in Australia. 25 students are selected each year and this year, Head Prefect, Carina Stone is one of the lucky students.
Queenwood is proud that we have had two students in the last two years win the scholarship. Last year, Head Prefect, Lorane Gaborit was also selected.
20 Jul 2016Lily Nicholson, Year 7, gets honourable mention at Young Archies
Lily Nicholson, Year 7, had her entry into the Mosman Art prize chosen to be exhibited in the Mosman Art Gallery. Also her entry into the Young Archie competition was awarded an honourable mention. There were 2249 entries for the Young Archies this year, double what it was last year. Her artwork was chosen as one of the top 47 art works.
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Well done Lily!
20 Jul 2016Rebecca Bennett competes for Australia
Rebecca Bennett competed for Australia in Fiji at the 2016 Melanesian Championships running in 4th position in the Medley Relay, with Australia achieved gold on the back of Rebecca’s 400m effort. Only three hours before she ran the heat of her individual 400m event, in which she later finished with a Bronze medal. Rebecca’s international success has been a staggeringly fast climb to the top of this sprint event.