A joint statement from Detective Superintendent Steve Fulcher's lawyers and the Police Superintendents' Association of England and Wales has been released.
Other schools which are below the government's floor target of 40 per cent of pupils achieving 5 A* to C including English and Maths are:
Bishop of Rochester Academy - 26 per cent
City of Portsmouth Boys - 33 per cent
Miltoncross - 36 per cent
Oasis Academy, Lordshill
A senior Wiltshire detective will keep his job despite being found guilty of gross misconduct.
Detective Superintendent Steve Fulcher was hauled before a disciplinary hearing after he admitted breaking so-called PACE rules in the hunt for missing nightclubber Sian O'Callaghan.
On the Isle of Wight, all schools met or exceeded the Government target which says that 40 per cent of students should achieve five GCSE A* to C passes including English and Maths.
In Hampshire, the schools achieving below the Government's 40 per cent target for GCSE results, are:
Testwood Sports College - 31 per cent
Portchester Community School, Fareham - 33 per cent
Bridgemary School, Gosport - 35 per cent
The Connaught School, Aldershot - 36 per cent
Winton School, Andover - 36 per cent
Mill Chase Community Technical College - 38 per cent
Quilley School of Engineering, Eastleigh - 39 per cent
News from the Department for Education: All schools in Oxfordshire have achieved the Government's targets of 40% of pupils achieving 5 A* to C including English and Maths.
In Sussex, schools which have not met the Government target of 40 per cent of pupils achieving 5 A* to C including English and Maths are:
Drive Preparatory School, Brighton, 27 per cent
Brighton Steiner School 36 per cent
William Parker Sports College, Hastings, 38 per cent
The Regis School, Bognor Regis - 37 per cent
ITV Meridian has a round-up of schools which are reported to be achieving below the Government's targets for GCSE results.
The target is for 40 per cent of pupils achieving 5 A* to C grades - including English and Maths.
Castle Community College, Deal - 20 per cent
Marlowe Academy, Ramsgate - 28 per cent
Spires Academy, Sturry, Canterbury - 31 per cent
Walmer Science College, Deal - 32 per cent
High Weald Academy, Cranbrook - 34 per cent
Hextable School, Swanley - 34 per cent
Isle of Sheppey Academy - 37 per cent
The Community College, Whitstable - 38 per cent
Fewer children are being taught in failing secondary schools compared with three years ago, new figures suggest.
The number of schools falling below the Government's targets for secondaries has more than halved since 2010, according to official data contained in new performance tables.
But there are still just over 150 schools that are considered to be under-performing, collectively educating almost 120,000 young people.
At these schools, less than 40% of pupils are gaining at least five GCSEs at grade C or higher, including English and maths, and students are not making good enough progress in these two core subjects.
In total, about 117,000 youngsters are being educated in the 154 schools that are not reaching the Government's 40% GCSE benchmark - down 50,000 from 2012 and down 244,000 from 2010.
The new league tables are based on data provided by the Department for Education (DfE) and show how every school and college in England performed at GCSE, A-level, other academic and vocational qualifications in 2013.