Students at Carre’s Grammar School are celebrating 98 per cent of students achieving five A*-C grades at GSCE, including English and maths.
The number of pupils achieving grades A* and A is up to 45 per cent, with half of all students achieving five or more grades A* and A.
Headteacher Nick Law said: “There has been much talk in the media recently about the volatility and decline of examination results, so we are delighted that the efforts of our students, staff and the support of parents have been rewarded by such outstanding results with no discernible decline.
“We pride ourselves on teaching beyond the exam requirements at GCSE, on not ‘spoon feeding’ our students while also enabling them to engage in a very busy programme of enrichment activities, which see Carre’s students moving on to the next level, be it to do A-levels, BTEC diplomas, college courses, apprenticeships or employment, and this is cause for celebration.
“Some individuals have overcome considerable challenges to achieve their results and I am very proud of each and every one of them.
“The results are a testament to the hard work and motivation of the students, alongside support from their teachers and parents. Aligned to the recent excellent results in the sixth form, our students can look towards a very bright future.”
Students highlighted for having exception results are: Isaac Hutchings 10A* 1A, Alex McGinley 10A* 1A, Hithin Noble 9A* 2A, Tom Rock 9A* 2A, Jack Skiba 8A* 3A, Jamie Watson 8A* 3A, Theo Marten 7A* 4A, Harry Lord 6A* 5A, Daniel Volak 5A* 6A, Nathan Godson 5A* 5A 1 Dist*.