Headmistress of Spalding High School 'over the moon' after letter from School Standards Minister confirming its status 'amongst the top nine per cent of state-funded mainstream schools'
Spalding High School's status as one of the top-performing secondary schools in the country has been officially recognised by the Government.
The school has been congratulated on its students' academic progress from Year 6 to Year 11, known as Progress 8 scores, in a letter from School Standards Minister Nick Gibb MP.
Headmistress Michele Anderson described herself as "over the moon" after Mr Gibb confirmed that Spalding High School was amongst the "top nine per cent of state-funded mainstream schools" for students' progress.
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