Staff at Thornhill Community Academy are celebrating "excellent GCSE results, achieving top grades which will allow them to take the next steps in their careers," despite a slight reduction on the pass rate.
A school spokesman said: "Despite fall back in headline figures, GCSE pass rates in core subjects remain strong. Some 59% of students achieved five A* to C and 44% including English and Maths.
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"This appears consistent with warnings from the regulator that schools would experience significant volatility and potentially large swings in their performance under the new-style performance tables which allow only first entry results to be counted.
"Leading the field were our exam superstars Judith Webster and Amaarah Shaikh achieving an amazing 11 A* or A grades across all their subjects, and we had a fantastic result from Year 8 student Mia Greenlees-Smith who was entered for her French GCSE at just 12 year old and received a remarkable A*.
"We saw excellent results in Modern Foreign Languages with 88% achieving French and 85% achieving Spanish at A* to C, both up significantly on previous years. Other top performing subjects included history, which saw 76% A* to C and Design Technology, with pass rates in the high seventies.
"Some 78% of students achieved at least one A*-C grade pass in Science, and half of students achieved 2 A*-C grade passes in Core and Additional Science. EBacc figures also sustained a good performance at 20%.
"These results conclude a fantastic year for Thornhill Community Academy, ensuring all our students start their post-16 studies and careers with a wide variety of skills and experiences gained at the Academy to help them succeed in their futures."