Pupils across Hyndburn are celebrating fantastic GCSE results.
Staff at Rhyddings Business and Enterprise School say pupils achieved their best ever results.
Headteacher Paul Trickett said he was delighted. He said: "This set of results represents the very best that our students have achieved at Rhyddings. They represent our continuing trend of improvement over recent years.
"There is no magic formula to this just instilling in students the desire to succeed and a culture of hard work supported by dedicated and passionate teaching and support staff."
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At Norden High School 51 per cent of students achieved five or more GCSE passes including English and mathematics at grade A* to C.
An impressive 83 per cent of students secured five or more GCSE passes at grade A* to C.
Headteacher Tim Mitchell paid tribute to the hard work and enthusiasm of the students and staff.
He said: "We wish all students success as they move on with their education and training."
At The Hollins Technology College Paige Yates achieved eight A*s, three As and a distinction.
She was the top achiever at the school followed by Jumara Khanam who scored six A* grades, four A grades and a B.
Headteacher Steve Campbell said: "We are very pleased with the success of our students this year.
"Once again we have exceeded statistical predications and continue to add value to the students’ educational achievements.
"Staff and students have worked hard to continue the excellent tradition of success at The Hollins. Some individual students need to be recognised for their outstanding results. I would like to thank staff, parents and students for their hard work and support this year."
Accrington Academy pupils had record-breaking results for the second year in a row with 60 pc scoring five or more A* to C grades including maths and English.
Principal Andrew O’Brien said: "We are thrilled with this year’s GCSE results. Last year was a record-breaking year for us and we have continued to achieve rapid progress with an increase of 27pc of students attaining the highest grades over the past two years.
"We’re extremely proud of both our students and staff members who work hard to ensure that standards at the academy continue to rise each year.
"It is important to us at Accrington Academy that we bring out the best in all our students and the sustained improvements in our GCSE results shows that we are achieving our goal."