GCSE: Boston High School

Students from Boston High School with headteacher Andrew Fulbrook. DJ
Students from Boston High School with headteacher Andrew Fulbrook. DJ

Boston High School has celebrated outstanding results with a year-on-year increase in the number of students achieving A*-A grades.

Headteacher Andrew Fulbrook said the school was ‘delighted’ with the determination and effort from everyone involved with 99 per cent of students achieving A*-C grades.

Mr Fulbrook said: ‘Most importantly, we should like to congratulate our Year 11 students on their hard work, dedication and success.”

“This is a superb set of results,” he added.

“Year on year, each cohort is different and all we ask is that students do their best and this group certainly did that.

“We are very, very proud of our students, they were a joy to work with and they deserve their success, well done Year 11.“

Mr Fulbrook believed a number of factors had contributed to the results; including the hard work of the pupils, the support of their parents and the ‘skill and dedication’ of teachers and staff.

“We are determined that our students receive the best possible standards in educational provision, care, guidance and support. These results are only part of our success story and we now look forward to working with students as they build on their CGSE success and commence their Sixth Form studies. We wish them all the very best for a future of lifelong learning,” he said.

Some of the top performing students were: Iestyn Halford 10 A*s, Sally Atkinson nine A*s, one A, Rubab Haider nine A*s one A, Madiha Nissar eight A*s, three As, Jordan Mullenger eight A*s two As, Isabel Rushby eight A*s two As, Chas Smith seven A*s three As, Bronte Graves six A*s four As, Emily Murfin four A*s six As, Niall Larkin four A*s six As.