Highfields is delighted to be celebrating another record-breaking set of GCSE results for the school.
Students raised the bar to attain higher grades than last year, with 80% of students achieving a standard pass (Grade 4 or above) in both English and Maths. In addition, 56% of students attained a strong pass (Grade 5 or above) in both English and Maths.
A total of 51% of students achieved at least one 9-7 grade, with 31% of students attaining three or more 9-7 grades.
Special recognition goes to Sara Malik, Joseph Regan, Anika Patel, Louise Saul-Braddock, Preanna Patel, Dillan Sandhu, Adam Maltby and Arran Jakhu, who achieved an outstanding 48 Grade 9s between them.
In addition, Smile Singh, Jasmine Johal, Lucy Evans and Leighton Pugh also deserve special acknowledgment for their excellent set of GCSE results and for having made the most progress of all students this year.
Mrs N Clifton, Head of Upper School, said: “We are very proud and pleased that our students continue to achieve more, year on year.
“We would like to offer our congratulations to students, parents and staff for their fabulous achievements and fantastic progress made.”