FORMER pupils at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic College celebrated attaining the best ever GCSE results at a festive awards ceremony this month.
Pupils made the trip to the Highfield Road school to pick up awards for all their hard work in making the grade last year.
Teachers said it was a 'delight' to see so many students return with their parents to share in the celebration.
A spokesman said: 'These students gained the highest grades ever in our college and it is equally pleasing that so many have returned to our Sixth Form College to also give us the largest number we have ever had there.'
Chief guest on the night was Cllr Tony McDermott, leader of Halton Council, who presented the certificates and special awards to the students.
He spoke about the confidence he had that such successful, talented young people would be able to shape the future of Halton.
Headteacher, Gus Van Cauwelaert, spoke of his pride in the successes of our Year 11 students and praised the work of the students and teachers and the support of parents in making this happen.