Students at Chailey School have celebrated another year of ‘fabulous’ GCSE results.
Around 25 percent of pupils at the school achieved at least 5 grades between 9 and 7 (A*-A) with 82 per cent of pupils passing with grades between 9 and 4 (C+).
More than 30 per cent of all grades were between 9 and 7 and 14 subjects saw a total of 80 per cent of pupils pass with at least a grade 4.
All students who sat Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Greek and Drama passed with at least a grade 4 while 90 per cent of youngsters at the school achieved at least a grade 4 in English Language and Resistant Materials.
The school said 74 per cent of students achieved at least a grade 4 in at least two sciences and 45 per cent of students achieved the full English Baccalaureate (at least a grade 4 in English, maths, two sciences, a language and geography or history). Meanwhile 70 per cent of all students achieved a good pass in at least one Foreign Language.
A spokesman for the school said: “There were a huge array of stunning individual performances and there is simply not space to mention them all.
“In total, Chailey School students secured 78 grade 9 passes. A number of individuals achieved remarkable results with one student achieving 10 grade 9s, a grade 8 as well as an A* with distinction in Further Maths. A number of other students achieved a least 7 grade 9s.
“The school wishes to congratulate all of the students for their fabulous examination grades. These are the result of the hard work and positive attitude of the students, and their help and care for each other, as well as the support and dedication of staff and parents.
“Chailey School wishes all students the absolute best as they confidently go about finding their places in higher and further education, and in the world.”