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Among the smiling face at the school were a number of students who achieved a huge number of the highest grades.
After a third year of increased results, 67 per cent of students left the Academy with English at Grade 5 or better, while more students achieved a Grade 4 in mathematics than ever before.
"Lakelands students have risen to the challenge of the tougher GCSE exams and achieved well across a range of subjects.
Al Bateen's top three achieving pupils were Malaysian student Elisyazaviera Faizul, who achieved twelve 9-8 grades, Egyptian student Sara ElKasabi who achieved eleven 9-8 grades and Faris Khalili with ten 9-8 grades.
At Hugh Baird, adult learner Laura Crellin said she'd had years away from the classroom, but she achieved a Grade 8 in English and 5 in maths, as well as passing a Level 2 Special Educational Needs and Disability Practitioner course.
Wirral Grammar School for Girls celebrates outstanding A Level results 64% of girls achieved A* and A grades in their A level examinations.
In a report released on Tuesday, PSA said out of a total of 307 targets, around 138 targets had a high likelihood of being achieved, while 42 only had a medium likelihood of achievement.
However, before one takes that decision, one must have achieved the end result in one's mind.
Out of a year group of 138, 49 boys achieved nine or 10 A*s/9s/8s, and 54 boys achieved only A*s/9s/8s and As/7s.
EIGHTY-NINE per cent of Outwood Academy Bydales students achieved grade 4 or above in both English and maths.
And 93.9% achieved five A* to G grades, compared to 93.2% last year.
After a sustained programme of improvements, the number of students who achieved the higher GCSE grades 7 to 9 rose to 36%, with an outstanding 30% achieving the highest possible attainment grade 9 across a range of subjects.