London schools ranked in exam league tables

Pupil sitting GCSE exam Photo: ITV News

London league tables were released today by the Department for Education, ranking how well students from different schools and colleges across London did in their GCSEs and A-levels.

GCSEs, percentage achieving five or more A* to C including maths and english.

  • Barking and Dagenham: 60.2% (2013), 58.6% (2012)
  • Barnet: 71.5% (2013), 69.2% (2012)
  • Bexley: 66.0% (2013), 65.0% (2012)
  • Brent: 62.9% (2013), 58.7% (2012)
  • Bromley: 73.9% (2013), 68.9% (2012)
  • Camden: 60.4% (2013), 59.0% (2012)
  • Croydon: 64.4% (2013), 62.2% (2012)
  • Ealing: 60.9% (2013), 57.7% (2012)
  • Enfield: 63.2% (2013), 55.5% (2012)
  • Greenwich: 65.4% (2013), 63.1% (2012)
  • Hackney: 61.2% (2013), 60.2% (2012)
  • Hammersmith and Fulham: 66.5% (2013), 65.6% (2012)
  • Haringey: 63.5% (2013), 58.6% (2012)
  • Harrow: 65.4% (2013), 63.6% (2012)
  • Havering: 63.7% (2013), 61.5% (2012)
  • Hillingdon: 61.6% (2013), 61.0% (2012)
  • Hounslow: 66.7% (2013), 61.8% (2012)
  • Islington: 63.5% (2013), 53.7% (2012)
  • Kensington and Chelsea: 80.2% (2013), 79.6% (2012)
  • Kingston upon Thames: 71.6% (2013), 70.1% (2012)
  • Lambeth: 65.9% (2013), 62.8% (2012)
  • Lewisham: 58.0% (2013), 56.0% (2012)
  • Merton: 62.6% (2013), 59.1% (2012)
  • Newham: 58.4% (2013), 61.9% (2012)
  • Redbridge: 70.2% (2013), 70.6% (2012)
  • Richmond upon Thames: 68.3% (2013), 62.6% (2012)
  • Southwark: 65.2% (2013), 58.8% (2012)
  • Sutton: 77.0% (2013), 75.9% (2012)
  • Tower Hamlets: 64.7% (2013), 61.9% (2012)
  • Waltham Forest: 56.7% (2013), 52.6% (2012)
  • Wandsworth: 61.3% (2013), 58.3% (2012)
  • Westminster: 69.6% (2013), 70.0% (2012)
GCSE results Credit: ITV News

A-levels, at least three A-levels grades A to E

  • Barking and Dagenham: 61.9% (2013)
  • Barnet: 84.7% (2013)
  • Bexley: 80.5% (2013)
  • Brent: 80.7% (2013)
  • Bromley: 79.5% (2013)
  • Camden: 78.7% (2013)
  • Croydon: 67.6% (2013)
  • Ealing: 84.3% (2013)
  • Enfield: 77.2% (2013)
  • Greenwich: 63.8% (2013)
  • Hackney: 79.8% (2013)
  • Hammersmith and Fulham: 72.1% (2013)
  • Haringey: 76.2% (2013)
  • Harrow: 89.1% (2013)
  • Havering: 76.6% (2013)
  • Hillingdon: 78.9% (2013)
  • Hounslow: 79.2% (2013)
  • Islington: 77.1% (2013)
  • Kensington and Chelsea: 82.2% (2013)
  • Kingston upon Thames: 79.2% (2013)
  • Lambeth: 71.3% (2013)
  • Lewisham: 78.8% (2013)
  • Merton: 67.7% (2013)
  • Newham: 69.1% (2013)
  • Redbridge: 85.2% (2013)
  • Richmond upon Thames: 78.0% (2013)
  • Southwark: 69.2% (2013)
  • Sutton: 86.9% (2013)
  • Tower Hamlets: 73.4% (2013)
  • Waltham Forest: 79.0% (2013)
  • Wandsworth: 79.1% (2013)
  • Westminster: 76.4% (2013)