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Norfolk high school told results puts it in top 1pc nationally

PUBLISHED: 11:23 14 March 2018 | UPDATED: 11:23 14 March 2018

Reepham High School. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Reepham High School. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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A Norfolk high school has been told its A-level results put it in the top 1pc of schools nationally.

Reepham High School and College received the letter from Advanced Level Performance Systems (ALPs) saying that, based on its analysis of 2,890 schools and colleges, the school’s strong results put it in among the top 30 nationally.

The system assesses students’ A-level results over three years, and measures post-16 progress.

Last summer, the school saw 89pc of its A-levels graded A* to C, a 2pc increase on 2016.

Headteacher Tim Gibbs said: “Congratulations and thanks to all the students and staff who worked so diligently and skilfully over the last three years to achieve this, and to our students’ parents for supporting us so well.”

He said, with the college taking in students from other local high schools, the achievement was a community effort.


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