Students at The King’s School are celebrating the best ever set of GCSE and IGCSE results with 44.4% of grades achieved being A* and 95.2% being graded A*/B.
Ben Cliff and Frances Alcock of Chester, achieved 10A* 1A and Helen Ramsbottom of Marford achieved 10A* grades. E
Eight other students gained 10 A*/A grade GCSEs: Emily Boothroyd, of Treuddyn, Tom Cuffin-Munday, of Kelsall, Andrew Darby, of Ffrith, Simon Ellershaw, of Chester, Erin Hollingworth, of Chester, Mathew Oliver of Holywell, Hansaj Singh of Rossett and Daniel Swinnock, of Chester.
A further 12 girls and 12 boys gained 9 A*/A grades with Katie Lawrence-Smith of Huxley gaining 9 A* grades.
Half of King’s GCSE courses are now International GCSEs and 57% of the IGCSEs awarded were at A* and over 80% A*/A.
Outstanding results were seen in IGSCE Maths with 91% of the year group achieving A*/A grades and also in Further Maths with all 15 pupils gaining A* grades and 13 of these were awarded the accolade A* with distinction.
Headmaster Chris Ramsey said, “I am immensely pleased of every one of our students, they have worked incredibly hard with their teachers to gain these fantastic results and they should be very proud of their achievements.
“I wish them every success as they start their sixth form careers.”
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