PRESTATYN High has once again achieved excellent results this year at GCSE.

Pupils were jumping for joy in celebration after some exceptional performances and personal achievements.

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Students at Prestatyn High School pick up their GCSEs

Headteacher Neil Foley said: "There have been many outstanding individual performances this year with several pupils achieving the very top grades and overcoming many obstacles.

“What a set of results from the class of 2019. These results demonstrate and recognise all the hard work and effort they have put in over the past two years. I would also like to thank all of the parents for their support and the staff for their tireless energy.

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Jess Roberts and Ellie Cartwright receive their results

Prestatyn High minimised the impact of the more challenging qualifications by improving the quality of teaching and learning in all areas of the school. There was also a clear plan for all pupils to help with revision sessions, ensuring all students were well prepared for the rigours of GCSEs/BTECs.

"The extra preparation has yielded superb results, particularly across the core subjects of English, Maths and Science.

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Elijah Beattie and Elliot Baker proudly display their GCSE results

"We are delighted with their performances and look forward to welcoming our students back for sixth form sign-up Monday, September 2 at 1pm."