Headteacher Sue Carbert has hailed the “considerable success” of students at Ousedale School.
She said: “Our results show that high standards from previous years have not only been maintained but in some areas improved still further: Six per cent of grades awarded were at the new level 9 with an incredible 25 per cent of grades 7- 9, the old A-A*.
“22 9s were awarded in history and 24 in English literature. We are particularly pleased the core subjects of English, maths, French, history and the 3 sciences achieved very strong results, 80 per cent passing on the new standard, giving students a very strong basis for the next stage in their journey.”
Top performing students include Dylan Smith (nine 9s, A*, D*), Amity Duncan (nine 9s, A, six) Alessia Farr (nine 9s, 8), Tomos Mather (seven 9s, 8, 7, 6, A**), Timothy Ball (six 9s, three 8s, 7, A*), Rosie Bannerman (six 9s, two 8s, two 7s), Eve McNamara (six 9s, two 8s, 7, 6, A), Isabella Palmer (six 9s, four 8s), Jack Rodden (six 9s, two 8s, 7, 6, A*).
Mrs Carbert added: “These results a testimony to the hard work that students and staff have put in over the last two years combined with the fantastic support of parents.
“Many students will go on to study in our 6th form, but we wish all students the best as they start their next journey whether that is studying full time or taking up an apprenticeship.”