Rise in number of Skegness Grammar School students attaining top marks.

Skegness Grammar School students were jumping for joy after receiving their GCSE results on Thursday. Pictured from left are: Zane Heath, Heather Vokins, Kieran Owen, Aiden Pears and Ella Yeadon.
Skegness Grammar School students were jumping for joy after receiving their GCSE results on Thursday. Pictured from left are: Zane Heath, Heather Vokins, Kieran Owen, Aiden Pears and Ella Yeadon.

A SIGNIFICANT increase in the number of students attaining top GCSE grades has been proudly announced by Skegness Grammar School.

Students gaining A* and A grades increased by 10 per cent compared with last year and overall there was also an increase in the pass rate.

Skegness Grammar School's Polly Jacobs achieved A*s in all her GCSEs.

Skegness Grammar School's Polly Jacobs achieved A*s in all her GCSEs.

Head teacher David Ward said: “These represent a positive and encouraging set of results with the mast majority achieving a very good set of grades.

“Congratulations to all students for their hard work, in particular Polly Jacobs and Thomas Nuttall who achieved A*s in all their GCSEs as well as a further 12 students who achieved a minimum of seven A and A* grades.

“My thanks also go to the staff for their hard work and to the parents for their support.”