Sunday, 14 February 2016

Record number of pupils gain A*-C grades at Millom School

THERE was GCSE and A-Level success for the students of Millom.

WELL DONE: Millom School pupils, from the left, Annie Rigg, Emilie Slater, Danielle Ford, Rachel Reed and Anna Morgan with their results in August

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Millom School celebrated a record year with its results in GCSE English in the summer. The school in Salthouse Road saw 71 per cent of students gain A* to C grades in English.

The pass rate for students achieving five or more A* to Cs at GCSE was 58 per cent. This was one per cent down on the 2011 year 11 group.

At A-Level 95 per cent of students achieved A* to E grades, and 61 per cent gained A* to C grades.

The A-Level group at Millom School had one of the highest average point score per pupil figures, at 228.1. The school’s top performer at A-Level was Sarah White with an A* and three As.

She planned to study medicine at the University of Liverpool.

At the time of the GCSE and A-Level celebrations Ian Smith, the headteacher of Millom School, congratulated students for all their hard work, and paid tribute to the staff for their high quality teaching.

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