Exam league tables released

New tables have been released showing how every school and college in England performed at both GCSE and A-level in 2012.

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GCSE results 2012: Lowest 10 schools in England

These are the bottom 10 state schools at GCSE ranked by the percentage of candidates getting at least five A* to C-grades, including English and maths. Lowest performing school is at the top.

  • Pate's Grammar School, Cheltenham
  • The Rushden Community College
  • Barnfield Business and Enterprise Studio Academy
  • The Mablethorpe Tennyson High School
  • Swaffham Hamond's High School
  • Endeavour High School Kingston-upon-Hull
  • Christ The King Catholic and Church of England Centre for Learning, Liverpool
  • Skerton Community High School, Lancaster
  • The Manor - A Foundation School, Cambridge
  • The Marlowe Academy, Ramsgate

A/AS Level results 2012: Top 10 schools in England

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

GCSE results 2012: Top 10 schools in England

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

Tables reveal thousands of pupils being 'let down'

New tables have been released showing how every school and college in England performed at both GCSE and A-level in 2012. Among the main findings they show:

  • Thousands of teenagers in England are being let down because they are not leaving school with a decent set of GCSE results
  • Less than 40% of their pupils are gaining at least five GCSEs at grade C or higher, including English and maths
  • In addition one in four schools and colleges are not producing any students with top grades in subjects that will help them win a place at a leading university
  • In around 600 schools and colleges no A-level student scored AAB in "facilitating" or preferred subjects

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