Woolmer Hill headteacher Clare Talbot said: “We are absolutely delighted with our students’ results this year.
“This is the first examination series since 2019, and this year’s results exceed those of 2019 and exceed all targets set for this group of students.
“Students have made better-than-expected progress across the board.
“Over a very difficult and uncertain few years, our Year 11 students continually showed real resilience and determination.
“We are pleased the hard work of students and staff has paid off and delivered such great results.
“The results in the core subjects continue to be very strong.
“For example, 90 per cent of all students achieved a Grade 4 or above in English, while in science 92 per cent of all students achieved a Grade 4 or above, with all those students entered for biology, chemistry and physics achieving 100 per cent grades five and better.
“Music, Spanish, PE and further maths all achieved 100 per cent Grade 4 and above.
“Other subjects worthy of a mention for top pass rates include geography, RE, French and art, all with well over 80 per cent Grade 4 and above.
“More than 30 per cent of all grades achieved were at the highest levels – Grades 7 to 9.
“We are incredibly proud of everything our students have achieved and wish them all well as they move on to the next phase in their education.
“Well done, Year 11.”