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Queen Elizabeth's Boys' School students in High Barnet set more records with impressive GCSE results
Students at Queen Elizabeth Boys’ School in High Barnet have produced another year of record GCSE results.
An impressive 64 per cent of GCSEs taken at the Queen’s Road school were awarded an A*, while 98 per cent of pupils achieved more than five grades at A* or A.
The impressive figures are a slight improvement on last year’s results, the best recorded at the time, and headteacher Neil Enright was delighted.
He said: “These are surpassingly good results. I am delighted and a little surprised, given our strong performance last year, that we have not only matched the 2012 total of A* grades, but have exceeded it by a full percentage point, setting a new record.
“Queen Elizabeth’s School is proud to be a meritocracy, where bright boys can compete to achieve at the highest level, regardless of their social or ethnic background.
"We encourage intellectual curiosity among our pupils, as well as fostering their participation in a wide range of activities, including sport, music and drama.”
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