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Vast improvement by schools, latest figures show

School Head at St Michael's School in Louth, Paul Fox, celebrates the news with the next generation of pupils.

School Head at St Michael's School in Louth, Paul Fox, celebrates the news with the next generation of pupils.

Local schools showed some vast improvements in their Key Stage 2 results this summer, new figures have revealed.

The statistics, released by the Department of Education, showed 100 per cent of pupils at three separate schools in the Louth area achieved the standard Level 4 or better in both Maths and English exams.

North Cockerington, North Cotes and St Margaret’s in Withern scored 100 per cent, the latter improving by 62 per cent.

St Michael’s School was the top performing primary school in Louth with 90 per cent achieiving the milestone and there were notable gains at East Wold in Legbourne (94 per cent up from 69) and Grainthorpe (78 per cent up from 43).

Headteacher at St Michael’s, Paul Fox said: “The past year was an excellent one for St Michael’s and the results the children achieved were just reward for all the hard work last year’s year six put in.

“It was also recognition of the efforts of staff and supportive parents too.

“We continue to look for ways to improve and this coming year will set us new challenges as we start to expand both in terms of numbers of children and our building.”

 

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