It’s been another good year for more than 400 16-year-olds at Stantonbury Campus, where 89 per cent of students have achieved five or more A* to C grades.
A total of 52 per cent were awarded five or more GCSE/equivalent passes at A*to C, including English and maths, while 65 per cent earned A* to C in English, 63 per cent in mathematics and 93 per cent in science.
The year has brought particular improvement in students achieving the top grades. Overall 60 students were awarded two or more A* and A grades.
There were some excellent individual results, including Charlotte Moore with six A*s, four As and a BTEC Distinction*; Madeleine Stunt with five A*s, three As and a BTEC Distinction; Aysha Hamid with four A*s, three As and a BTEC Distinction*; Zoe Canham with four A*s and four As; and Mia Cooke-Joshi with three A*s and five As.
Stantonbury principal Chris Williams said: “It’s good to see the school building on last year’s improvements.
“There has been national concern about grades this year but we are delighted with the well deserved success of our students. They have worked tremendously hard and done us proud.”