Forty three per cent of all grades awarded were 9, the highest possible, with 67 per cent 8 or 9.
The school enjoyed strong success across a number of departments, with over half of students achieving 9s in English Language, Biology, Art, Food and Nutrition, Histo-ry, Music and PE.
As always, there were strong individual success among the cohort. Fifty two per cent of the year group achieved five or more 9s. This is up from 38 per cent last year and 19 per cent in 2019.
Seventeen students achieved nine or more 9s with particular congratulations to Anna, Astrid and Matilda who each achieved eleven 9s.
Head Paul Dwyer said, “We are thrilled to celebrate with our students as they received an outstanding set ofresults. All students have worked so hard over the last two years and should be rightly proud of what they haveattained as a result. They have been warm and wonderful supporters of one another, and a true joy to work with as a cohort.
“The dedication they have shown to their studies has been admirable, and I am de-lighted that they have been richly rewarded for all their hard work.
“We welcome many of them back for Sixth Form.”