Record number of pupils gain A*-C grades at Millom School
Last updated at 16:32, Thursday, 24 January 2013
THERE was GCSE and A-Level success for the students of Millom.
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.
First published at 16:26, Thursday, 24 January 2013
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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