GSCEs: ‘Outstanding’ results from Broadbridge Heath’s Farlington School

Some of the Farlington School's students receiving GCSE results this morning (submitted).

Some of the Farlington School's students receiving GCSE results this morning (submitted).

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Broadbridge Heath’s Farlington School for Girls is hailing another year of ‘outstanding’ GCSE results today (Thursday August 22).

There was a significant increase over last year in the percentage of A*s achieved at GCSE. 62 per cent of all grades were at A/A*, with an overall A* to C pass rate of 96 per cent.

This excellent set of results bucks the national trend with exam boards reporting a decrease for the second year running in the top grades.

A special mention goes to the 13 girls who achieved straight A*/A grades – Amrita Ahluwalia, Eleanor Bell, Charlotte Butcher, Jessica Clarke, Bethany Dawson, Ellie Greer, Amy Hoare, Romina Hytten, Kate Jones, Katie Maguire, Isabelle Mills, Holly Williams and Isabella Zanin.

Louise Higson, headmistress, said: “We are delighted for all of our girls who have worked very hard indeed to achieve these outstanding results.”

For full reports and photos for all the schools serving the Horsham district see next Thursday’s County Times.