Record results for Caistor Yarborough Academy

Sam Lobaczewski with left Jamie Tuplin (Franklin College to study health and social care and business) and Alexandra Fairfield (Franklin College to study performing arts).  (Lin)
Sam Lobaczewski with left Jamie Tuplin (Franklin College to study health and social care and business) and Alexandra Fairfield (Franklin College to study performing arts). (Lin)
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Caistor Yarborough Academy has gained record results in its 75th anniversary year.

Students achieved a 100 percent pass rate of five or more GCSE at A*-G, including English, Maths and Science, with 90 per cent achieving 5+ A*-C and 58 percent achieving 5+ A*-C including English and Maths.

Left Daniel Holmes (HETA Engineering), Ben Fitzhugh, Melissa Gentles (Franklin College to study law), Hannah Neve (Franklin College to study biology, physics, ancient history and maths) Kathryn Neve (Franklin College to study English) and Milly Carter  (Grimsby Institute to study health and social care).  (Lin)

Left Daniel Holmes (HETA Engineering), Ben Fitzhugh, Melissa Gentles (Franklin College to study law), Hannah Neve (Franklin College to study biology, physics, ancient history and maths) Kathryn Neve (Franklin College to study English) and Milly Carter (Grimsby Institute to study health and social care). (Lin)

Science results were outstanding as 95 percent of students gained an A*-C grade,

“We are delighted with these results,” said Headteacher, Jeremy Newnham.

“The ‘Gold Standard’ measure of 5+ A*-C including English and Maths has increased by 9 percent from last year - this is down to the hard work of our students and staff.

“It is fabulous to be celebrating the best results in the school’s history, the year in which we celebrate our 75th birthday.

May Guest (to study business and history at King Edward in Spilsby) with mum Kathy.  (Lin)

May Guest (to study business and history at King Edward in Spilsby) with mum Kathy. (Lin)

“I am very proud of the fact that all students leave this school well equipped for the challenges to follow and we wish them all good luck in the future – we know that they will continue to be successful.”

Pictured with Head of Science Peter Wood are Daisy Bettany-Ryley (left) who is to study performing arts in Lincoln and Hannah Richardson is to study uniform services at Grimsby Institute.  (Lin)

Pictured with Head of Science Peter Wood are Daisy Bettany-Ryley (left) who is to study performing arts in Lincoln and Hannah Richardson is to study uniform services at Grimsby Institute. (Lin)

Brianna Slack (right) ( Grimsby institute to study professional cooking) and Chloe Spence will study music and art in Lincoln.  (Lin)

Brianna Slack (right) ( Grimsby institute to study professional cooking) and Chloe Spence will study music and art in Lincoln. (Lin)

Jessica Wilks (left) is going to Franklin College to study geography, government and politics and business and Olivia Clarke will study English, sociology, law and geography at Franklin College.  (Lin)

Jessica Wilks (left) is going to Franklin College to study geography, government and politics and business and Olivia Clarke will study English, sociology, law and geography at Franklin College. (Lin)

Tears of joy for Eloise Linton ( Franklin College to study photography, textiles, creative writing and literature) with English teacher Michelle Bower.  (Lin)

Tears of joy for Eloise Linton ( Franklin College to study photography, textiles, creative writing and literature) with English teacher Michelle Bower. (Lin)