GCSE results 2019: North Cambridge Academy
North Cambridge Academy has recorded a 10 percentage point increase in the number of students achieve grade 4 or above in English and maths this year.
Some 57 per cent of students managed the feat, and more pupils also achieved grades 5-9 this year.
More than a quarter (26 per cent) attained grade 5 or above in English and maths, a four percentage point increase on 2018 results.
The school was particularly pleased with the performance in the English Baccalaureate subjects - 62 per cent of pupils achieved a level 4 or above in two science subjects.
Nearly three quarters (74 per cent) achieved a level 4 or above in geography and more than two thirds (68 per cent ) attained level 4 or higher in computer science.
Samuel Fox, headteacher at North Cambridge Academy: “These results represent another very successful academic year at North Cambridge Academy, especially when added to the ‘Good’ rating by Ofsted in January 2019.
“We are extremely proud of our students and congratulate them on achieving a superb set of results. We would like to thank all the staff and parents for their constant support and wish all the students well with their future endeavours.”
The school said there had been very strong pupil performances in construction, food, photography, music and sport.
Darcie Burke achieved three BTEC distinctions in health and social care, food and sport with two GCSE subjects at level 8 in history and science.
Kimberly Newman attained a grade 9 in GCSE photography and two level 8s in science.
And Sandor Veres achieved three distinctions in sport, construction and music, plus and two level 9s in GCSE maths and science.
Head girl Angel Glen secured a level 9 in art, and level 8s in photography and geography.