Compass School says its GCSE results show strong progress, with 57 per cent of pupils achieving the Grade 9-4 benchmark in English and Maths, and 30 per cent gaining Grade 5 and above.
Sixty-one-per-cent gained five GCSEs at Grade 4 or above, while 41 per cent took home five GCSEs at Grade 5 or above.
Star performer Laila Dehiles achieved two Grade 9s and three 8s in her suite of ten GCSEs.
Compass principal, Marcus Huntley, said: “I am delighted that the hard work by both students and staff has paid off with a great set of results.
“The rapid improvements we have seen are set to continue as we strive with renewed enthusiasm to build an outstanding learning community at Compass School.
“We pride ourselves in our unique offer as a small secondary school with smaller than average class sizes, and the fantastic results we have seen are a real sign of our commitment and ongoing development.”