Skegness Grammar School students have been praised for achieving another set of outstanding GCSE results.
The number achieving five or more A* to C grades including maths and English was 92 per cent. It is the second successive year the school has surpassed the landmark 90 per cent - 97 per cent of students passed English and maths individually.
Headmaster Simon Sprague said: “What I’m most pleased about is the consistency of achievement. There have been a lot of changes in education nationally yet these results show our systems and procedures are robust, and parents and students can be confident in the education their children receive at Skegness Grammar School.
“Year-on-year, across GCSEs and A-levels, we are achieving first class results that will enable our students to go to top universities and pursue excellent careers.
“I’m proud of what’s happening here and also pleased for our hard-working staff who have supported our students and got their rewards too.”
Mr Sprague revealed that 21.4 per cent of students had gained five or more A and A*s.
Among the high achievers were:
Olivia Downing 11A*/A, Oliver Roylance 11A*/A, Lauren Storer 11A*/A, Gabriella Cox 10A*/A, Annabelle Harding 10A*/A, Bethany Hayter 10A*/A,
The results come off the back of last week’s outstanding A-level results, where 60 per cent of passes were at A* to B.
“We have a forward momentum and the community can have every confidence in their child reaching their full potential at Skegness Grammar,” Mr Sprague added.