Students at Albany Academy were celebrating this morning when they collected their results.
Students from the Leading Edge school today collected excellent results, including 18 of the very top grades.
Adam Howard who was celebrating achieving four grade 9s in maths, computer science, physics and photography and an A* in further maths. said “I’m delighted with my results and really grateful to the support of all my teachers”.
“I’m delighted with my results and really grateful to the support of all my teachers”.
Adam, who is going to Cardinal Newman to study A levels in physics and maths was joined by Sophie Towler and Morgan Shattock. Sophie achieved five grade 9s, in English Language, maths, biology, geography and religious studies. Morgan, who gained three grade 9s in maths, biology and physics alongside 6 grade 8s in his other subjects, added, “I’m very proud to have attended Albany and am really grateful for the support I’ve received here”.
In the top 10 Lancashire Schools for pupil progress.
Head teacher, Peter Mayland, said “I am really pleased for our students, all of whom have had to work incredibly hard to complete their GCSEs this year. All our courses have now converted to the new GCSEs and thanks to the hard work of our staff, our students have achieved very good results, which once again are likely to see us in the top 10 Lancashire Schools for pupil progress.”