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.

Delighted students at Queen’s Park High School celebrate after opening their excellent GCSE results
Delighted students at Queen’s Park High School celebrate after opening their excellent GCSE results
 

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.”