ALL Saints Catholic College, Dukinfield, again had pleasing GCSE results.
Seventy-four per cent of students gained a pass in English, with 65 per cent a pass in maths. This is testament to the impact of the immense hard work from pupils, staff and parents in transforming the school.
Notable successes include food and cookery, graphics and creative craft with an incredible 100 per cent pass rate with grades between four and nine.
Headteacher Linda Emmett said: “These results represent the hard work and dedication our wonderful pupils put into their studies. We are all very proud of them.
“It also shows the impact of the transformation that has happened in our school in providing an excellent education for our local community.
“I would also like to thank our dedicated staff and also the parents/carers of our pupils. Both have been a continued source of inspiration and support.
“We are very blessed to have such a superb school that works as a family to ensure our pupils receive the very best education possible.
“These results represent another step in our journey to make All Saints a truly outstanding school for our local community.”
Ella Walker, who achieved 10 GCSEs at grades eight or nine, said: “I’m really happy and really grateful to everyone who has helped me. I’m so relieved it’s paid off.”
Roland Olajide, with 10 GCSEs at grades seven to nine, added: “Hard work really does pay off”.
Sharoz Iqbal-Raja who achieved a fantastic set of results having overcome so many challenges, said: “If you work hard it will pay off in the end.”