Pupils from Sir William Robertson Academy, Welbourn, are delighted with their GCSE success with many gaining A* across several subjects.
In all, 78 per cent of students gained A*-C grades in GCSE English, which is 13 per cent above the national average.
Joshua Kilcullen from Coddington was delighted with his results gaining 5 A*’s in English Language, Maths, Music, Religious Studies and Physics and 5 A’s in Biology, Chemistry, English Literature, Geography and German.
Megan Milner from Balderton gained 3 A*’s in Art & Design, English Literature and History and 6 A’s in Maths, English Language, Biology, Chemistry and German.
Emma Sahall also from Newark gained an A* in Maths, her AS Level in Maths (C) taken a year early, and 8 A’s.
Sophie Corby from Sleaford was extremely pleased with two A*’s in English Literature and German, 5 A’s in Science, Additional Science, French, Media Studies and Religious Studies and 3 B’s.
Another successful pupil is Aisha Mamadi from Newark who gained an A* in Religious Studies, 7 A’s and 2 B’s.
The school’s other success stories included Jazz Brown from Newark who received 2 A*’s in German and Maths, 5 A’s in Science, Additional Science, English Literature, Geography and Music and 2 B’s; Bethany Hassall from Bassingham with two A* in Chemistry and Religious Studies, 4 A’s and 4 B’s; Joseph Haggo from Greylees, Sleaford, with an A* in Maths, 5 A’s and 4 B’s; and Charley Hawthorn from Ancaster who gained 7 A’s and 3 B’s.
Headteacher Mark Guest said: “We are absolutely delighted with this year’s results.
“Sixty-three per cent of students achieved A*-C in GCSE maths which is in line with this year’s national average. This confirms the excellent judgement we received in this summer’s OFSTED inspection and is a reflection of the hard work of our staff and students, alongside the unstinting support from our parents.
“As a result of these magnificent results, it is set to be a record year for admissions to our thriving sixth form.”