Beths Grammar School celebrates great results as GCSE grades announced

PUBLISHED: 12:45 20 August 2015 | UPDATED: 12:45 20 August 2015

Students celebrate their results at Beths Grammar School

Students celebrate their results at Beths Grammar School


The school saw 99 per cent of its pupils get five or more A* to C grades

Beths Grammar School is celebrating its results after 99 per cent of its pupils got five or more A* to C grades at GCSE.

And there were some excellent individual results at the school. William Moulton took AS levels alongside his GCSEs, picking up two A grades. He did similarly well at GCSE, being awarded seven A* and four As. Fellow Beths pupil Sahil Jain also got great results, achieving three As at AS level, four A* and six As at GCSE.

Headteacher Jim Skinner said he was pleased with the performance of the top achievers as they strived for A* and A grades. He also congratulated all of the school’s GCSE students for their achievements, and said he looks forward to seeing them return in September.

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