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By Richard Greaves - 23rd August 2014 6:00am
Following on from Tarporley High School's outstanding A Level results last week, Tarporley's Year 11 students have once again excelled in their GCSE examinations.
The class of 2014 have shone brightly achieving an impressive 86% A*-C in both English and Maths GCSEs. Impressively, these gifted and hardworking students have also achieved the school's highest ever percentage of top grades with the highest ever number of A*s and 35% of all grades awarded at A*/A.
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Head teacher Sarah Lee said "We are overwhelmingly proud of all our students. They have shown outstanding commitment and motivation throughout their time at Tarporley and this is reflected in their academic results.
As an outstanding school, we continue to achieve exceptionally high results with every single student passing at least 5 GCSEs, enabling all to progress either to A Level study here at our Sixth Form College, or to pursue their chosen college and training courses.
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all our students and thank their families for all the support they have given over the last five years. I would also like to offer my congratulations also to our talented staff whose dedication to the students has contributed to these momentous results, and to their inspirational and passionate Year Leader, Mr Hutchinson."
Mr Hutchinson also added, "The Class of 2014 have been a wonderfully inspirational year group who have supported and encouraged each other over the last five years. Collectively they deserve all the success they have worked so hard for and we wish them all the best in whichever direction their achievements take them. We are truly proud of each and every one of them."
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