Year 10 student Hou Wan is taking his A'Level maths two years early, after passing his GCSE maths with flying colours last year.
Hou, 15, received a Level 9-the highest grade possible in GCSE.
The Hong Kong native is also an exceptional bassoon having achieved Grade 8.
Jilian Dolder, maths tutor, said: "Hou will sit his A'level in Year 11 when his classmates will be sitting their GCSE, he is very gifted."
"We've also have a group of the more able and talented students doing additional GCSE Statistics to stretch and challenge them further."
Mrs Dolder added: "We do have children who are dyslexic but it doesn't mean they can't achieve, we put things in place to unlock their full potential."