A FANTASTIC crop of GCSE results at North Bromsgrove High School sees almost every student gain the place they wanted for their post-16 studies or work-related training.
High fliers included Jess Johnson, Luke Galt, Michael Greenfield and Ciara Moloney who across their grades were awarded the prestigious grade 9.
In addition, Mollie Bignall, Holly Martin, Ciara Moloney, Emily Keen and Isabelle Lippitt were among the top ten per cent in the country for their results.
Headteacher Nick Gibson said he was delighted and the students and staff should be very proud – especially in light of recent challenges.
“Virtually all achieved results to gain places to pursue their post-16 studies or work-based training.
“We celebrate the success of all our students equally and their achievements should never be underestimated.
“Such achievements reflect the high expectations we have of our students, the high quality of teaching of our staff, the support and leadership of the governing body and, last but certainly not least, the endeavours of our fantastic students during a time of real disruption through Covid.”
Deputy headteacher Anna Ingram added: “The school shares the success of these results with the students who worked hard to achieve their targets and the magnificent support of the parents.
“Schools do not succeed in isolation and any credit should be shared equally across our North family.”
“These results complement our superb Sixth Form A Level results released on Tuesday.
“It is rewarding to see our students achieving academic excellence with such zeal and confidence as they embark upon their post-16 studies.
“It is a privilege to work with our talented staff, and it is with a deep sense of commitment that we will continue to nurture the talents and abilities of our students.
“These results are further proof of North’s ongoing success in providing an education which enables our students to pursue their highest goals and aspirations.”