Priestlands School in Lymington achieves top spot in local GCSE league table

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Priestlands School achieves top spot in local GCSE league table.

Last summer’s GCSE results, published today, rate Lymington's local comprehensive school ahead of other local secondary schools.


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At Priestlands School, 70% of Year 11 pupils gained the national benchmark standard of at least five GCSEs at grades A* to C, including English and Maths. This compares with 62% at The Arnewood School Academy in New Milton and 67% at Highcliffe School. 


“This is another superb set of results for our students", shared Chris Willsher, Headteacher of Priestlands School in Lymington. "Priestlands continues to be a successful school, rooted in its community and serving the community well.  Education at Priestlands is about more than exam results.  We know that their success published today means our students have been given greater choice about what to do next.  I congratulate them and wish them well in the future.”


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21 January 2016




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