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Top 30 place for Spalding Grammar School where leaders are 'striving to improve'

Spalding Grammar School leaders have stated their aim to keep standards high after government figures put it within the top 30 secondary schools in Lincolnshire.

The latest measure of students' progress from the end of primary school to the end of secondary school, from the Department for Education (DfE), showed Spalding Grammar School to be 27th in the county.

Headmaster Steven Wilkinson said: "We are proud of the fact that boys in Key Stage 4 achieve significantly better results at Spalding Grammar School than the national average for boys of a similar academic ability, outperforming them by approximately a fifth of a grade in every subject.

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