An academy in Coventry is celebrating after the School League Table results out today showed a big improvement in its GCSE results.
The number of pupils achieving 5 A* to Cs in their GCSE results at Grace Academy Coventry is up by 10% on last year.
The principal of the Academy which teaches pupils from 11 to 19-year-old, said:
The Academy also achieved an exceptional increase in its average point score at Key Stage 5 level which is up 23% from 2011.
These are the top 10 schools in England for A/As Level ranked by the average points score per student. For example, an A-level grade A* scores 300 points, an A scores 270 points, a B scores 240 points, a C scores 210.
- Colchester Royal Grammar School, Essex
- King's College School, Merton
- Sevenoaks School, Kent
- Adcote School for Girls, Shropshire
- King Edward VI Grammar School, Essex
- Pate's Grammar School, Cheltenham
- Altrincham Grammar School for Girls, Trafford
- The Lady Eleanor Holles School, Richmond-Upon-Thames
- King Edward VI High School for Girls, Birmingham
- King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys, Birmingham
100% of pupils at the following schools in England had pupils with five good GCSEs (five A*-C passes). The average GCSE point score per pupil ranges from 816.3 at Colyton Grammar School to 684.1 in the tenth ranked school in Headington.
- Colyton Grammar School, Devon
- The Rochester Grammar School, Medway
- King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls, Birmingham
- Lawrence Sheriff School, Warwickshire
- King Edward VI Five Ways School, Birmingham
- Skipton Girls' High School, North Yorkshire
- Altrincham Grammar School for Boys, Trafford
- Invicta Grammar School, Kent
- King Edward VI Grammar School, Chelmsford
- Headington School, Oxford
The new England secondary school league tables are out today. The tables show how many children passed their GCSEs or three A levels.
To see how has your local secondary school or college has done click on the links below:
The performance of secondary schools and colleges across the Midlands will be revealed later today.
The schools will be ranked based on student success in GCSE and A-Level exams.