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PUPILS across Macclesfield have been celebrating a fantastic set of GCSE results.
GCSEs in England have been reformed and are now graded with a new scale from 9 to 1, with 9 being the highest grade.
Tytherington School recorded a record set of results with 83 percent of Year 11 students achieving a standard pass - grade four and above - in English and Maths.
The school also saw 79pc of students achieve five GCSEs including English and Maths at the standard level. Fallibroome Academy described this year’s results as ‘incredibly successful’ with 89pc of students achieving grade four or higher in English and while 80pc of students achieved five GCSEs including English and Maths at Grade C (or the new grade four).
More than two thirds of the students at All Hallows achieved five or more GCSE ‘standard’ passes (A*-G) including English and maths.
Just over 90 per cent of students achieved a standard pass or above in English and 75 per cent achieved the same maths score.
At Kings over threequarters of all grades were at A* to B or the equivalent with the new numerical format, with a third of all pupils getting eight A grades or better.
Poynton High School hailed their results as ‘outstanding’ with almost 80 percent of students achieving the national benchmark.
The school also saw a third of all GCSEs graded at the A*/A or the new higher Level 7/8/9 pass mark.
And at Beech Hall school 78 per cent exceeded their predicted results by at least two GCSE grades, with 89 per cent achieving A*-C in English and Maths.
Across the Cheshire