Students at Wrenn School continued the successful trend of the past few years by excelling in their GCSE exams.
A total of 54 per cent of students gained the benchmark of five grades at A* to C (including English and Mathematics), only just short of the school’s all-time record.
Notable performances included Ryan Freeman, Bryony Baird and Katie Collier, all of whom achieved at least 10 A*/A grades, but students at all levels performed with great credit.
Particularly high-performing subjects this year included Maths and Science (both of which enjoyed record results), English Literature, Art, Drama, Dance and Languages (including Latin).
Headteacher William Thallon said: “As ever, the students have reaped the success of their hard work.
“Well done to them and to their teachers for achieving these very fine grades.”
He said staff and pupils at the school is looking forward to the new academic year, and to repeating, or even improving upon, this year’s GCSE successes.