Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School in Alford is celebrating after all of its GCSE sutdents gained at least five A*-C grades, including English and Mathematics, in the latest exams.
Headteacher Angie Francis believes the success will set the students up perfectly for their futures.
She said: “I am delighted with the students’ achievements.
“With these excellent results, including high passes in English and Maths, it gives them a very strong foundation for A levels and their future careers.
“We look forward to working with them in the sixth form and I would like to formally congratulate them and their teachers.”
As well as all pupils gaining the national benchmark of A*-C grades in English, Maths and at least three other subjects, the school said that “almost all” students passed 11 subjects at high grades.
Some also successfully took AS Accounting or Government & Politics a year early.
Particularly impressive results were attained by the following students:-
May Al Moasseb - 8 A*s and 4 As
Rosie Bourne - 4A*s and 7 As
Rachel Brook - 7A*s, 4 As and an A in AS Accounting
Liam Clough - 7A*s, 4 As and a B in AS Accounting
Sarah Collins - 6A*s and 5 As
Sally Devereux - 11A*s and an A in AS Government & Politics
Dion Harrison - 10A*s, 1 A and an A in AS Accounting
Millie Houltby - 4A*s, 6 As and a B in AS Government & Politics
Jack Moore - 7A*s, 1 A and an A in AS Accounting
James Spence - 8A*s and 3 As