Pupils at Sawtry Village Academy are celebrating GCSE results with 66 per cent of students achieving a good pass in both English and mathematics.
English continued to show improvements, with 84 per cent (three per cent higher than 2017) of students attaining a grade 4 or higher. Mathematics maintained the highly impressive 72 per cent grade 4 or above from last year.
Over 21 per cent of all grades were awarded 9, 8, 7 or A*, A; with over 57 per cent of all grades 5 (B) or higher.
The science department also recorded an improvement on 2017 results with 71 per cent of students achieving at least two or more good grades in two sciences. Biology, chemistry and physics all achieved 100 per cent grade 4 or higher.
The following individual pupils all achieved exceptional results; Bethany Claxton, Charlotte Tobin, Jonathan Currien, Daniel Sarkissian, Lauren Dobbs, Jessica Dunstone, James Norman, Harry Neal, Callum Hamilton, Lily-Anne Mayes, Lucy Martin, Jessica Howes, Kayleigh John, Christopher Venn
Sarah Wilson, Principal at Sawtry Village Academy, said: “In a year where the Academy has been graded Good, with an Outstanding sixth form provision, we are really proud of these results, which continues our track record of improvement over the past three years. Both our GCSE and Post 16 results are testament to the hard work of staff and students”.