STUDENTS at William Farr have achieved a really strong set of results again this year.
Three quarters of students achieved five A-C English and maths while the number of students receiving five A – Cs overall was 85% - the third best in the last decade.
The students also posted the best results for the English Baccalaureate for ten years with 44 per cent achieving C grades and above in English, maths, two sciences, a humanity and a language.
A third of all exams resulted in A* and A grades – with 76% of students achieving an A-C in English Language and 88 per cent in maths.
Headteacher Andy Stones said: “After a great set of A level results we are delighted to see another set of superb results. The students and staff have excelled themselves once again and we are proud of the achievements of our school community.”