GCSE results: Ranelagh SchoolBy Hugh Fort
August 31, 2012
A pair of twins were among 22 hotshots in a ‘great year group’ at Ranelagh School to get a mix of A*s and As in their GSCES.
Lemeul and Jehan Lucan-Wilson were joined by their proud mum Daphne to open their results at the academy school.
Family bragging rights were won by Lemuel with 10 A*s and A, but Jehan was not far behind with eight A*s, two As and a B.
They are both staying at the school to do A-levels.
Jehan said he was the more ‘sciency’ of the two, whereas Lemuel liked English.
The school recorded a 100 per cent pass rate in its 144 pupils, of which 93 per cent gained five A* to C passes, 83 per cent gained passes with English and maths and dramatically improved its GCSE points score.
Headteacher Kathy Winrow said: “I am so delighted with these results. They’re brilliant.
“They really are a great year group and their hard work has really paid off this year.
“We really look forward to seeing them again at for their A-levels.”