Bermondsey’s St Michael’s Catholic College beat the national GCSE result average, with 84 per cent of students achieving A*-C grades in English.
Against the backdrop of the “rigorous” Progress Eight, introduced by the government to indicate the progress made by students in secondary school across eight key subjects, students also achieved 82 per cent of A*-C in Maths and 28 per cent getting A*-A grades.
52 per cent of students also bagged the English Baccalaureate and 86 per cent of students got either an A* or A grade in Further Science.
Product Design saw 46 per cent of students at A and A*, Law and Media Studies both with 43 per cent of students getting A and A*, Computer science with 41 per cent of students awarded A and A* and French with 40 per cent at A and A*.
A school spokesperson said: “These brilliant results follow the huge success of St Michael’s Sixth form students in their A and AS exams and are a credit to the hard work of the students and staff at the college and the support of parents.”