RIPON Grammar School headmaster Jonathan Webb praised students for working through adversity and disruption to achieve a strong set of GCSE results.
“I am delighted so many of our GCSE students have done so well this year. With the regrading of results to pre-pandemic levels there has been a degree of national uncertainty as overall pass rates have fallen.
“Our year group have worked through adversity and disruption to achieve a strong set of results which now allow them to access their chosen pathway for further study.
“My thanks as always to their teaching staff who have supported them so well,” he said.
The 122 students in the year group achieved a total of 432 grades 9-8, the equivalent of the old A* grades. More than 90% of grades were 9-5(A*-B)s and 57.3% were 9-7(A*-A)s.
Three students achieved nine grade 9s or more, with one collecting an additional three grade 8s.