Students at Queen’s Park High School are celebrating after smashing the school’s records with their GCSE results.
With more Year 11 pupils achieving five A*-C grades than ever before this year’s GCSE results have been heralded by teachers as the Handbridge school’s best ever.
A number of students achieved exceptional results and gained a string of high grades including in the core subjects of English, maths and sciences.
Highest performing student at the school was Jordan Chellig, who achieved six A* and six A grades.
Other outstanding results included: Jonathan Hill (6A*s 6As), William Watson (6A* 6A 1B), Sophie Greenald (5A* 3A 1B), Matthew Artell (4A* 8A), Joseph Speed (4A* 8A), Joseph Hogan (4A* 8A), Jennifer Graham (4A* 8A), George Clouting( 4A* 8A), Ben Gregory (2A* 10A) and Lucy Clegg (3A* 6A 3B).
A number of subjects achieved outstanding results including biology, chemistry and physics with over half of all grades at A*/A, along with French, German, history, photography, religious studies and Spanish all having high A*-C pass rates.
English and maths also performed strongly showing continued improvement and increasing the school’s English Baccalaureate success.
Headteacher Stephen Casey said: “I am proud of our students and the results they have achieved.
“They are a credit to themselves and their families. I am delighted for those students who achieved a string of grades at A and A*, as well as all those who have worked exceptionally hard to achieve their target grades.
“These results are a testament to the excellent learning partnership between our students, their families and the staff of Queen’s Park High School.”