The 15-year-olds, who live in Upton, were among the school’s top achievers. Tom gained 11*As and 1A while sister Katie achieved 7A*s and 5As.
Other stars include: Anna Geertsma-Dolton (9A*s and 2As), Joel Russell (9A* and 4As), Ewan Cook (8A*s and 1A), Edward Hawksby (5A*s and 6As), Dominic Hadley (5A*s and 4As), Katie Oliver (6A*s and 3As), Jodie Brown (4A*s and 5As), Sunam Husain (4A*s and 6As), Bethan Williams (3A*s and 7As), Ella Foreman (3A*s and 6As) and Leah Winstanley (3A*s and 6As).
The school is delighted with its “outstanding results” which reveal 33% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate (Ebac) – which includes the more academic subjects such as modern languages, with a pass rate of 96% A*-C, and students studying triple sciences, who achieved a 98% pass rate.
Nearly 50% of students achieved at least 1A* or A grade, which is twice the national average. And in maths Upton again exceeded national averages with almost three quarters of students gaining grades A*-C.
Headteacher Paula Dixon said: “Yet again Upton High School students have done us proud! I am so pleased with these results which prove that with hard work, resilience and determination, you will succeed. Thank you to the staff who have worked so hard to support our students and to our parents and carers for their continuing support.”
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