Claremont School students celebrated another year of excellent GCSE results with 7% growth in the number of students achieving grades 9-4 (previously A*-C) from last year. A number of the results were outstanding with Lea-Lynne Rongier achieving 8 and 9 grades in 10 different subjects. Oliver Hill achieved top grades across all the Sciences in a cohort that saw every student achieve grades 9-4 in Biology, Physics and Chemistry.  Art, Drama and Photography subjects once again performed exceptionally well, with all Art and Photography students achieving grade 5 or above, and two thirds of Art students being awarded either a 7 or an 8.  In an academic year that also saw 80% of Fine Art and Photography A level students awarded A*-B grades and the announcement that Dance will now also be offered at GCSE, these results further cement Claremont’s growing reputation as a centre of excellence for the creative arts.