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Pupils at Farnborough Hill School in Hampshire celebrate. Ninety per cent of all results were at A* to B and 72 per cent at the top two grades of A* and A (Photo: Claire Duffin)

Schools across the country record their best ever results

Jubilant pupils at the Oratory School, Reading, with headmaster Clive Dytor

Oratory school in Reading breaks record

Almost half of GCSEs were at grade A*-A

High-achievers celebrate at New Hall

High-achievers celebrate at New Hall

Two students gained 11 A* grades at GCSE level

Emma O’Brien, left,  and Ella Williams of St Bede’s, Manchester, gained A*s in Religion and gained between them a total of twenty A/A*s

St Bede’s gains 1,000 A/A* grades in RE

School is delighted with its results, according to Emma Meakin, head of theology

GCSE pupils from St Ambrose College, Cheshire, celebrate record GCSE results with the school’s A*/A rating going up from 46.6 to 53.9 per cent

Headmaster Michael Thompson praises media for focusing its spotlight on academic achievement

Ratcliffe GCSE pupils gained 54 per cent of grades at A* and A and all candidates achieved at least six passes at Grade C or better

GCSE success at Ratcliffe college

Over half of Ratcliffe’s pupils achieved A* or A grades

Students at Sunninghill achieved a 100 per cent pass rate. In addition, all of them received at least five A* to C grades

Good year for Marist senior school

All pupils gain at least five A*-C grades at GCSE