The majority have achieved grades that allow them to progress to the next stage of their education or learning, the school said.
Headteacher Tony Smith commented: “Students at Priory School have worked hard to sustain and enhance their learning and now have grades which reflect that commitment.
“This has been a most unusual and challenging year and we are delighted that our students remained focussed and committed to their learning throughout their time at Priory.
“Our teachers followed the guidance provided to ensure the Centre Assessed Grades were as accurate as possible and the process robust and fair.
“We are grateful for the support of parents who have played a crucial role in working with the school and their sons and/or daughters.
“We are extremely proud of our students especially given the uncertainties that they have had to manage.
“We wish all students the best of luck as they commence new ventures!”
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