Pupils at Caistor Grammar School received record breaking GCSE results last week much to the delight of headmaster Roger Hale.
The 95 students established new school records for their average points score per candidate of 77.5 and for the English Baccalaureate, with 85% of students achieving it.
100% of students gained 7 A*- C passes (for the fourth year running) and 96.8% of students gained 10 A*-C passes – a new school record.
70.5% of students gained 5 A*-As whilst nearly half of students gained 8 A*-As. The students averaged 11.3 passes each, which is also a new school record. 54% of students gained 12 A*-C passes.
All but one of the students gained the Government’s 5 A*-C passes including English and Maths and all but one of the students gained two passes in science subjects.
“These results are amazing and extraordinary with many school records being broken” said Mr Hale.
The school’s leading students were: Nadine Amin, John Asumang and Harriet Haswell, who all gained 12A*s (Nadine also gained an A), Harry Williams, who gained 11A*s and 1A, Rawan Jaibaji, who gained 10 A*s and 3As, and Leonie Brummitt, Sophie Higgs and William Walker, who all gained 10A* and 2As, Charlie Hewis gained 10A*s, 1A and 1B.
Mr Hale expects that these results will put CGS among the leading schools in the country once again.