The head teacher of Giles Academy has said the school has been ‘pleased’ to report their best overall exam results.
Students in 2013 have set a new high for the school, with 95 per cent getting 5 A*-C.
Head teacher Chris Walls said the new English Baccalaureate, introduced in 2012, showed a big increase in 2013 with the number of students gaining A*-C in English, Maths, History, Science, and MFL rising to 8 per cent.
He said: “Giles are pleased to report their best overall exam results.
The best individual performances for the school came from Danielle Tooley with seven A*s and 4 As and Luke Trodd with 5 A*s, 5 As and a B.
Mr Walls added: “Well done in this record year.”