Students from Barnhill Community High are celebrating record GCSE results.

Five or more A-C grades including English and Maths were achieved by 61 per cent of pupils and 85 per cent of students gained five or more A-C across all subjects.

Almost three out of ten achieved three or more A or A* grades.

Five or more A* grades were achieved by 34 students, 13 of which achieved eight or more.
 
These included twins, Saampave and Sangavi Sanmuhanathan, who are celebrating
a staggering total of twenty-eight GCSEs at A*-C, nineteen of which were A or A*s.
Saampave said: “We were hoping for great grades but this was better than either of us could have hoped for.”

Sangavi added: “Our family, especially our sister who is at university in Leeds, are all very proud of us. We are now looking forward to starting our A Level courses.”

Headteacher, Robert Lobatto said: “I am very proud of what our students have achieved this year. They have worked incredibly hard, supported by their teachers and families, and deserve their success. Our results demonstrate that our students make excellent progress, well above the national average, due to the outstanding teaching they receive at Barnhill.
 
"I am delighted that every single student has come away with a good set of results, and that we have successfully stretched the most able to achieve so many top grades."