Walton High School students are celebrating today following the publication of a superb set of GCSE results.
Headteacher Neil Finlay commented, “I am really pleased with these impressive results, particularly given the incredibly challenging circumstances of the last two years. Walton High School has a strong tradition of outstanding academic performance. This is down to the hard work of an extremely committed year group who have been ably supported by their teachers and their parents. I look forward to further success as they progress into our Sixth Form with its bespoke accommodation and facilities.”
There were some brilliant results including; Charlotte Watson – 11 Grade 9s, Dorsa Tajvidi – 10 Grade 9s and 1 Grade 8, Katherine Lee – 10 Grade 9s and 1 Grade 7 and Poppy Whitehouse with 7 Grade 9s and 4 Grade 8s.
Students and staff at Walton High School are celebrating today after receiving news of an excellent set of results.
Approximately 57% of the A Level entries were marked at the very top grades of A*, A and B and this high performance was matched in our vocational level 3 courses where over 90% of students achieved either a Distinction*, a Distinction or a Merit.
Head teacher Neil Finlay commented: “I am really pleased with these impressive results, particularly given the incredibly challenging circumstances of the last two years. Our students deserve great credit for their hard work and dedication and I am grateful to their parents and their teachers for their magnificent support.”
There were some brilliant individual results including Harry Lunt with 4A*s and 1A, James Hurst with 4A*s, Eden Jones and Cian Thomson with 3A*s, Emma Cook with 3A*s and 1A, and Samantha Barnard with 2A*s and 2As.