Teachers were proud of students’ achievements at St John Fisher School.
A total of 68.5 per cent of pupils achieved a grade 4-9 in English, with 54.6 per cent achieving a grade 5-9 in the subject.
In maths, 51.9 per cent scored a grade 4-9, while 27.8 per cent received a grade 5-9 result.
The school saw 46.9 per cent of pupils get a grade 4 or higher for both English and maths, and 25 per cent got a grade 5 or higher in both subjects.
Head teacher Kate Pereira said: “We are delighted with our GCSE results this year which reflects the hard work of both students and staff. The progress that the majority of our students have made to achieve these results is testament to the determination and resilience of our young people to achieve their best often under difficult circumstances.
“Our staff work very hard with our students to intervene, help and support wherever needed. Well done to all our students!”
Special congratulations went to:
Erin O’ Shea who achieved two grade 9s, four 8s and one 7
Ophelia Flomo who achieved three 9s one 8 and two 7s
Bartlomiej Juszczynski who achieved one Level 2 Distinction*, two 9s two *s, and two 7s
Ophelia Flomo who achieved three grade 9s, one grade 8 and two grade 7s
Urte Cibityte who achieved four grade 8s and three grade 7s