King Edward VI Grammar School in Louth ‘immensely proud’ of pupils

King Edward VI Grammar School, Louth - GCSE Results Day 2015. 'Pictured is Annabel Clarke, Victoria Lowther, Clare Ballantyne, Hannah Bell, Amy Baxter and Delali Avevor. EMN-150820-121503001

King Edward VI Grammar School, Louth - GCSE Results Day 2015. 'Pictured is Annabel Clarke, Victoria Lowther, Clare Ballantyne, Hannah Bell, Amy Baxter and Delali Avevor. EMN-150820-121503001

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Another high measure of GCSE results across the board came from King VI Grammar School who had an 100 per cent pass rate of students gaining at least five A*-C grades.

“I was so nervous coming into school today, but I’m overjoyed with my results and I got what I wanted,” Laura told The Leader.

She will now stay on at sixth form to study Maths, Biology and Chemistry.

Will Brewer did a lot better than he expected after coming away with 6 A*, 2 As, 1B and 1C.

Another bright star from the school was Clare Ballantyne who gained an amazing 9 A*s, 1A and 1B and will now stay on at the school to study Chemistry, Maths and Geography at sixth form.

Head teacher at the grammar school, James Lascelles commented: “I am really thrilled with the many successes our students have had in their GCSE results, with so many great individual achievements coming out.

“I am immensely proud of all of the pupils and the staff for all the hard work they have put in.”

Head of Year 11 at the school, Ian Thrower said: “This year group is fantastic and all of them are really lovely individuals, they enjoy being here and most of them are wanting to come back and join us at sixth form.”