Pupils at a dyslexia school in Lichfield have achieved a 100 per cent GCSE pass rate.
Maple Hayes Dyslexia School also saw more than 40 per cent of students achieving five or more subjects at grades A to C.
All pupils obtained a GCSE in English, with half gaining grade C or above.
Headteacher Dr Daryl Brown said:
“It is fair to say that many pupils with dyslexia can struggle to obtain any qualifications in a mainstream education setting. English is a particularly difficult subject for those with learning difficulties to perform well in, but all of our pupils leaving this year now have an English GCSE. Once again we have shown that dyslexia is a hurdle that can be conquered.”
For further information about the school visit http://dyslexia.gb.com/.