Mullion School Pupils are celebrating a record breaking year for GCSE results.The school broke its previous best for progress and attainment, with 77 percent of students achieving A* to C grades, including in the subjects of English and Maths. Students also achieved and amazingly high score in the governments new way of measuring progress, over 8 key subjects which include English and Maths, The +0.59 score means that every student in every subject on average achieved more than half a grade higher then what was expected against the national standards.
Head teacher Wayne Randle said: “I am really pleased with this set of results and we are incredibly proud of our students who have worked so hard with the support of their teachers and families. These outcomes vindicate our ethos and culture of treating all students as individuals, allowing them to develop and thrive within the wider Mullion family. We are particularly pleased with the levels of progress being achieved by all our young people. It has been a great day with a wonderful atmosphere and lots of happy faces. What they have achieved is truly outstanding and they should be very proud of themselves.”