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Welsh teachers' unions have made a fresh attack on the controversial system of putting secondary schools into bands based on their educational performance.
It comes as figures are published showing this year's achievements across more than 200 Welsh schools.
A headmaster who’s school has fallen from Band 1 to band 4 in one year says the system is questionable.
Gwyn Tudur of Ysgol Tryfan, in Bangor says his school is being punished for it’s exceptionally good performance in 2011.
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This year's full banding results have been published by the Welsh government.