Thousands of students across the region have received their GCSE results.
Weatherhead High School in Wirral is celebrating exceptional results, with 78% of students achieving the critical 5A*-C grades including the core subjects of English and Maths. A record number of the highest grades were awarded with 661 GCSEs being at A*/A.
The school said its results are "outstanding" in all areas, and especially in the core subjects of English and Maths with 85% of students achieving A*-C grades in Maths and 85% achieving A*-C grades in English.
Headteacher, Neil Dyment, said the new challenging GCSEs and changes to the way papers are marked have not impacted on his students, as the results far exceed national performance projections, based on KS2 data.
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