IN an important year for Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, pupils and teachers have emerged from GCSE results day with their heads held high.
The Green Road school announced today that 64% of its year 11 students achieved at least five A* to C grades including English and maths and progress made by pupils has put the school above last year’s national average.
This year 74% of the students made their expected progress in English, which was 6% above the 2013 national average and 80% of the pupils progressed in maths, 12% above the 2013 national average.
The school’s vocational courses, which include science, engineering, construction and childcare, saw a 100% pass rate this year.
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