As pupils across the West Midlands get their GCSE results this morning, one school in Telford will be celebrating an extra special achievement.
Thomas Telford School today becomes the first comprehensive school in the country where every year 11 student has achieved the benchmark of at least 5 GCSEs at Grades A* to C, including Maths and English.
100% of pupils at the following schools in England had pupils with five good GCSEs (five A*-C passes). The average GCSE point score per pupil ranges from 816.3 at Colyton Grammar School to 684.1 in the tenth ranked school in Headington.
Colyton Grammar School, Devon
The Rochester Grammar School, Medway
King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls, Birmingham