STUDENTS and staff at Prince Henry's High School celebrated impressive GCSE results.

A quarter of students at Prince Henry's achieved ‘top’ marks of 7 plus in their GCSEs. More than three quarters of students achieved a ‘pass’ grade of at least a 4 in their GCSEs.

The percentage of students receiving five or more GCSEs with a grade of 9-7 was 22 per cent. The percentage for students achieving five or more GCSEs at grades 4 and above was 72 per cent.

Headteacher Dr Tony Evans said: “I would like to offer my warmest congratulations to the students.

“They have been a remarkable, motivated and committed group of young people who thoroughly deserve the outstanding academic success they have achieved.

“These exceptional GCSE results, are a tribute to the incredible hard work and dedication of the students, staff, parents and the governing body.

“I am extremely proud of all of our students rising to the challenge of the reformed GCSEs and I offer my sincerest congratulations to everyone concerned.”