STAFF and pupils at St Augustine’s Catholic High School in Redditch are celebrating a wave of success.
The school has been listed 18th in the country overall, the top mixed Catholic school nationally for the progress of its pupils and also 8th in the country for girls progress.
Year 11 students finished last year with an average progress score of 1.21 which is higher than the national average and places the school firmly in the country’s top 1%.
Headteacher Gerald O’Connor, said: “I am delighted by the extremely positive results achieved by the students of our school.
“Although I am not surprised because we strive to raise aspirations, develop independence and foster a love of learning.
“The results demonstrate the support of parents together with the hard work of our students and staff.”
Redditch MP Rachel Maclean also congratulated the school for its outstanding work.
She said: “Well done to all the staff and pupils at St Augustine’s on another set of excellent results.
“Yet again St Augustine’s is one of the top performing schools in the country and we should all be incredibly proud of its achievement.”
If you’re interested in checking out your school’s performance head to – www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk