The University Church of England Academy is congratulating its GCSE students, 93% of whom secured five or more passes at GCSE in a range of subjects.
Over a third of all students achieved more than their expected progress in English.
The academy says results in French are ‘particularly pleasing’ with 89% of students gaining at least a grade C and 89% making expected progress, with 22% exceeding their target.
Other subject highlights include pass rates above 70% A*-C in business, engineering and drama with music achieving a 100% pass rate at A*-C.
Among the many individual successes are:
Adam Bowles who achieved seven A* grades and three grade As;
Jennifer Starkey who achieved one A* grade, three grade As, one grade B and five grade Cs;
Zoe Butler who achieved three A* grades, one A grade, five B grades and one grade C;
Shania Jones, who achieved one grade A*, four grade As and four grade Bs;
Matthew Skillen who achieved five grade As, four grade Bs and one grade C.
Principal Tom Hutchinson said: “As ever, our community of students and teachers has worked hard to gain this set of results and our students should be very proud of their achievements.
“The students, their teachers, support staff and parents/carers have worked tirelessly together to gain this impressive outcome and I would personally like to offer a big ‘thank you’ to all involved.
“We wish all the students every success in the future as they make decisions over future training, education and employment.”