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A Levels: Wirral Grammar Girls celebrate 'oustanding performance'
Pupils and staff at Wirral Grammar School for Girls are celebrating some excellent A level results after another outstanding performance has seen them achieve 100% pass rate.
The average point score was 441.0 per candidate with a score of 99.82 per entry.
The percentage of A grades was 44.4% and 71% for combined A and B grades.
Emma Hall achieved the best AQA A level English Language result in the country out of a total of 56,300 entries.
She received a solid silver medal along with a specially prepared diploma.
They will be presented at a ceremony in London on December 14.
Jennifer Cearns achieved an impressive 6 A grades and a distinction in AEA English.
The following five girls achieved 5 A grades each - Sophie Steiger, Beth Eastwood (who all also achieved a distinction in the Advanced Extension Award in English), Zoe Taylor (with a merit in AEA in Chemistry), Mary Jane Tivey (with a distinction in AEA in Biology), and Sarah Parry Jones.
A further 15 girls achieved 4 A grades: Mahin Ahmad (with a distinction in AEA Biology), Samantha Arthur, Laura Barratt, Katie Birmingham, Emma Chong, Laura Copple, Amy Crothall, Emma Griffiths, Emma Hall, Catherine Hampson, Jessica Holmes, Charlotte Lyon, Kayla McCarthy (with a merit in AEA in English), and Kelly Nield.
Nineteen more girls achieved 3 A grades.
Headteacher Elaine Cogan congratulated the girls on their excellent results, saying: "These outstanding results are a true testament to the hard work, commitment and dedication of both pupils and staff.
"This level of success would not be possible without the continued support of both parents and governors."