A third of grades awarded to Bishop Stopford students were at A* or A, with an overall pass rate of 100 oer cent.
Value added measures (which track the progress made by students) are an improvement on last year’s results, which were judged excellent.
This maintains the tradition of high performance in a large sixth form, which enables the vast majority of students to take up their first choices at universities or work.
Headteacher Margaret Holman said: “The results are particularly pleasing, given the sustained performance over a wide range of challenging academic subjects.
“When we see so many happy students and staff rewarded for their very hard work over the past two years, it always makes this one of the most enjoyable days of the school year.”
A total of five students have gained places at Oxbridge:
Subjects in which students performed particularly highly were:
- French 100 per cent A*-B
- Further Maths 93 per cent A*-B
- German 90 per cent A*-B
- Spanish 86 per cent A*-B
- Mathematics 81 per cent A*-B
- History 77 per cent A*-B
- Music 75 per cent A*-B
- Geography 72 per cent A*-B
- Politics 71 per cent A*-B