Pupils at The Queen’s School are celebrating after another year of fantastic GCSE results.
A total of 72% of all grades were at A*/A.
Pupils performed particularly well in the sciences, with 71% of physics, chemistry and biology examinations being passed at the A*/A grades.
In languages, performance was even stronger, with 100% A*/A grades in Latin and German, 94% in Spanish and 83% in Mandarin Chinese.
In addition 83% of maths grades were at the A*/A grades and 100% of Art.
Overall, 92.2 % of examinations were passed at A*- B grades.
Particular high achievers include: Kiera Barry from Chester (6A* 4A), Loulou Curry from Malpas (9A* 1B), Georgina Elliot from Chester (6A* 4A), Charlotte Enevoldson from Wirral (9A* 1A), Charlotte Evans from Chester (7A* 3A), Rose Gooda from Chester (8A* 2A), Emma Hartell from Chester (9A* 1A), Olivia Jones from Chester (2A* 8A), Megan Kendall from Wrexham (10A*), Natalie Lewis from Chester (7A* 2A), Emilia Lipton from Wirral (6A* 4A), Georgina Roberts from Chester (8A* 2A), Eva Spaargaren from Chester (9A* 1A), Catherine Sutton from Ellesmere Port (10A* 1A), Harriet Williams from Chester (8A* 2A), Olivia Williams from Chester (7A* 3A) and Natasha Williams from Chester (5A* 5A)
Other high performing pupils were Bethan Alderson from Chester (4A*,5A, 1B), Zara Arshad-Roberts from Chester (4A*, 3A, 3B), Charlotte Barker from Warrington (5A* 2A 3B), Jenny Brown from Chester (6A* 1A 3B), Darcie Cochrane from Wrexham (1A* 7A 2B), Louise Crook from Wirral (5A* 4A 1B), Rhiain Dowding from Warrington (1A* 8A 1B), Zoe Edwards from Chester (7A* 2A 1B), Florence Gibbons from Northwich (2A* 7A 1B), Stella Kiselyova from Ellesmere Port (4A* 4A 1B), Emily McBurney from Wirral (8A*, 2A, 1B) Emily Reed from Prestatyn (4A* 3A 3B), Ariane Scanlon-Jennings from Chester (5A* 3A 2B), Amrita Singh (6A* 3A 1B) from Chester and Danielle Tongue (3A* 5A 2B) from Chester.
Headmistress Sarah Clark said: “We are delighted with this set of results which each and every girl has worked hard to achieve. We take great pride in supporting our pupils to grow and develop academically – as well as personally - while at Queen’s and these results, and the fantastic young women who achieved them, demonstrate just how wonderfully that can work.”