A Lichfield school is celebrating strong GCSE results in core subjects.
More than 70% of students at The Friary School scored passes in English and Maths.
Deputy headteacher Ian Rose said: “Today’s results are a testament to students’ hard work and determination.
“As always, I would like to thank staff for their hard work and parents for their support.
“With the inevitable focus on English and Maths it is pleasing to say that pass rates for both these subjects were over 70% and that significant numbers of students achieved the highest grades.
“Of course, students did very well in other subjects too with notably high results in Music and Religious Studies.”
Ella Sykes was one of the star performers, landing A* grades in all 11 subjects studied.
She said: “I am delighted to have done so well and want to thank my teachers for helping me achieve such good results’.”
Also achieving high numbers of A* and A grades were:
- Maisie Geobey – nine A* and two A
- Heidi Burness – six A* and five A
- Emma Lawrence – five A* and three A
- Grace Mackenzie – four A* and seven A
- Stella Welfare – four A* and six A
- Meg Chaplin – four A* and five A
- Rosie Beale – three A* and five A
- Francesca Rigby – three A* and seven A
- Joe Hammond – three A* and two A
- Tyler Ashmore – two A* and eight A
- Aimee Rigby – two A* and five A
- Katie Wilson – two A* and five A
- Megan Jacobs – two A* and 5A
- Pam Nyambayo – one A* and eight A
- Freya Hinks – one A* and seven A
- Caitlin O’Donnell – one A* and seven A
- Mai Pengelly – one A* and seven A
- Jack Felton – one A* and six A
- Miriam Morris-Samuels – one A* and six A
- Josie Sadler – one A* and six A