A school has snatched numerous accolades at the World School Swimming Championships.

The Saint Felix School Swimming Team, composed of only six students, dazzled competitors by securing five gold, four silver medals, two salvers, and achieving 30 out of 38 personal bests.

The London Aquatic Centre event, hosted between Friday, May 10 and Sunday, May 12, saw 26 schools go head-to-head.

Saint Felix said its outstanding success is attributed to its focus on fostering both academic and co-curricular excellence.

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Mr Matthew Oakman, head of Saint Felix, said: “We are incredibly proud of our team, each member has exemplified the exceptional dedication we consistently observe within our students.

"The incredible swimming coaches at Saint Felix propel students to achieve national and international recognition, instilling a love of swimming and wellbeing that will last a lifetime.”

Saint Felix School, which provides boarding and an onsite swimming pool, continues to cultivate students who aspire to swimming success.

The independent school can be found in Halesworth Road in Reydon, near Southwold in Suffolk.