The figures ranking Gloucestershire's secondary schools' exam results and pupils' performance have been published.
The statistics can be difficult to interpret, but we've put together some easy lists, looking at the top ten, and the bottom ten.
* Gloucester's faith schools Al-Ashraf Secondary School for Girls and Focus School - Gloucester also scored very highly with 79% scoring five GCSEs at A* to C, including English and Maths
Alhamdulillah, these consistent good pass rates confirm the school’s ability to raise standards. It is worth noting that the majority of pupils arrive in Year 7 with average Key Stage 2 SAT’s grades and some below average and many of them leave school in Year 11 with good GCSE passes.
The school keeps close track of pupil’s progress throughout their school career and assessment data is used meaningfully to raise standards and boost pupil performances.
In summer 2009, 86% of pupils attained 5 or more A* ‐ C GCSE’s.
N.B: The results are official DCSF issued results but are not shown on their site as results for schools with less than 10 pupils taking GCSE exams are not displayed on League Tables.
In summer 2008, we scored an overall 81% pass rate with 75% of pupils attaining five or more GCSE’s at A* - C Grades.
In August 2007, the school attained a record GCSE pass rate of 89% A* - C grades. This included several outstanding individual achievements of A*’s and A grade passes.