FLIXTON Girls' School are celebrating another year of record breaking and record setting results.

More pupils than ever gained 9 to 4 grades across subjects and a massive increase in the number of top grades across all the sciences.

Headteacher Julie Hazeldine said: “What an honour and delight it was yesterday to share these precious moments seeing our girls crying with delight and shrieking with excitement as they opened their amazing results!

"As an all-ability, inclusive school I am especially proud of the girls who have achieved very highly in the face of significant personal challenges.”

Healthy Learning Trust (HLT) Trustee and CEO of the Youth Sport Trust Ali Oliver said: “Sincere congratulations to the whole Flixton community - as the Maori’s say, ‘it takes a village to raise a child’ and Flixton has been that ‘village’ over the last five years for girls you have helped raise.”

The overall number of pass grades went up from 72 per cent last year to 75 per cent this year - a new record for the school.

Top grades went to Catalina David and Palvasha Khan who achieved straight 9 to 7 grades.

Heaba Mansour gained A Level Arabic Grade A in addition to five GCSE grade 9s including three grade 9s in her triple sciences.

Twenty-five other girls also gained straight 9-7 top grades in science and separate physics, chemistry and biology, setting another proud school record.

Headteacher and CEO of the Healthy Learning Trust said “Not only I am thrilled with the girls achievements but also that in our first year with the Multi Academy Trust we have achieved our best results ever.

"I am really excited about the future as we work with other schools to help us achieve highly for even more students in the region.”

Jade Whitworth was one of the girls who made exceptional progress during their time at Flixton, alongside Rachael Jones, Ammal Shahid (House Captain), Abbie Craig and Nikita Lomas with all of the girls gaining several top grades.

Jade’s mum said: “She has absolutely loved every minute at Flixton and can’t wait to start the sixth form.”

Special Needs co-ordinator Anna Hulse is really proud of her girls.

She said: “Emma Bristow has brought tears to our eyes – I am so proud of her, such an amazing achievement especially in overcoming the challenges of everyday life living with Cerebral Palsy”.

Emma has gained 7 GCSE passes and is going on to study Level 3 Photography and Trafford College.

Headteacher Julie Hazeldine added: “Emma has had a huge impact on the school, setting an example to us all every single day, we will really miss her.”