Students at Amersham School have been praised after achieving some of the best results in the county.

The Stanley Hill-based school saw 85 per cent of their students achieve a grade four to nine in English, whilst 88 per cent of the students got the same grades with maths.

The school also praised year 11 student Zoe Edwards, who was their highest performing student.

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Students such as Ella Arnold, Helen May, Tom Patrick, Sophie Kemp, Martin Dyer, Stephen Parry, Charlie Partridge, and Victoria Hayward were also ranked as some of the highest performing at the school.

Headteacher Sharon Jarrett said: “Team Amersham are awesome – the dedication of our students and staff is clearly mirrored in these results.

“We are working tirelessly to ensure we are ready to welcome our students back to a safe September start, where many of our students have chosen to stay at our flourishing Sixth Form for the next stages in their academic journeys.”

“I am enormously proud of the commitment and skill of our teachers who work tirelessly to scaffold memorable learning episodes for our students who subsequently thrive.

“The amount of progress that our students make is phenomenal.’

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“Zoe values the ethos of Amersham School and has chosen to remain in our sixth form to complete her A-levels.

“We are also very proud of Chunghong Li, who attained 9s in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Design Technology.

“Many congratulations to all Amersham School students.

“We wish you every future success and happiness in the venture that you choose to pursue.”