CHESHIRE Oaks High started the new school year with a flourish by celebrating a fifth straight year of improved results this summer.
The focus has been on improving achievements across all areas but with a particular reference to enabling more students to achieve five “good” GCSEs including English and maths.
Headteacher Lynne Fox said: “I am delighted and would like to thank parents for their support and students for their commitment and hard work that has culminated in us achieving improved results for the last five years.
“I would also like to publicly thank the staff here at Cheshire Oaks High School for their dedication and determination. With the way we have started back this term, I look forward to even more positive outcomes for this academic year.”
The combined hard work has paid off with results massively improving and achievements far greater than DCSF predictions.
This article was written by members of the school’s Media Club.