How did your school do?
There was plenty to celebrate for schools outside of Peterborough with their GCSE results, published last Thursday. At Stamford Welland Academy, 60 per cent of pupils gained five or more A *- C grades including English and maths, up from 52 percent last year.
At Stamford Endowed Schools, over 27 per cent of every exam was graded at A*, with 98 per cent of pupils at Stamford High School and 94 per cent at Stamford School achieving five or more GCSEs at Grade C or above.
At Bourne Academy, 66per cent of Year 11 pupils achieved five or more A*-C grades, including English and maths, up three per cent from last year.
At Bourne Grammar, 20 per cent of grades were A*s, just over half were A grade or better, and 80 per cent of all grades were grade B or better.
Students at The Deepings School had an extra incentive for success in their exams, the last under their outgoing headteacher Richard Trow.
Among the high achievers were Bryony Hickson, who was delighted and relieved to find out she’d got five A*s and five As.
Over 60 percent of students at Sir Harry Smith Community College in Whittlesey achieved five A*-C grades including English and maths
Sawtry Village Academy enjoyed continued improvement with 22 per cent of all exams returning A*-A grades. In addition, 76 per cent of students achieved five A*-C grades, a 10 per cent increase on last year.
Abbey College in Ramsey had its highest GCSE results with 68 per cent of pupils achieving five or more A*-C grades including English and maths, an increase of 14 per cent on last year.
At Oundle School, 60 per cent of all grades awarded were A*s, with 89 per cent either A*s or As.
At Thomas Clark son Academy in Wisbech, 38 percent of pupils gained five A*-Cs including English and maths, while at Wisbech Grammar 92 per cent of all GCSE grades were A*-C
At Neale Wade Academy in March, 60 per cent of pupils achieved five GCSE passes including English and maths, up eight per cent on last year.
Prince William School in Oundle also sawthe A*-Cpass rate in English and maths increase.