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Here's A Ranking Of UK Schools Based On GCSE Results

Here's A Ranking Of UK Schools Based On GCSE Results

Back in the day, I never cared about GCSEs. Sorry Ms. Dawson, but no employer has ever asked me about them. I am the best. I win.

But if anyone does question my grades, I got an A in English, a B in Maths and a C in everything else. What are they going to do? Check with those clowns in the admin office? I doubt it. I might not have the certificates, but the fact I'm not in prison is vindication enough.

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If you do care (nerd alert!), a new ranking will tell you if your school is dwindling in the depths of examination despair or reveling at the top of the A* table. Apparently, 47% of my old school got five or more A* - C grades last year. I don't think my year 11 class could boast the same stats.

The top 20 schools in the UK are as follows:

The Henrietta Barnett School - Barnet

Dartford Grammar School - Kent

Altrincham Grammar School for Girls - Trafford

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The Blue Coat School - Liverpool

Colchester County High School for Girls - Essex

Lawrence Sheriff School - Warwickshire

Dr Challoner's High School - Buckinghamshire

Reading School - Reading

Kendrick School - Reading

St Michael's Catholic Grammar School - Barnet

Wycombe High School - Buckinghamshire

King Edward VI School - Warwickshire

Lancaster Girls' Grammar School - Lancashire

Pate's Grammar School - Gloucestershire

Queen Mary's Grammar School - Walsall

Westcliff High School for Girls - Southend-on-Sea

Sutton Grammar School - Sutton

The Tiffin Girls' School - Kingston upon Thames

King Edward VI Five Ways School - Birmingham

Sir William Borlase's Grammar School - Buckinghamshire

If you want to find out how your school performed, you can head to the Department for Education website.


Topics: GCSE, High School

Mark McGowan

Mark is a journalist at LADbible, who joined in 2015 after a year as a freelance writer. In the past he blogged for independent football fan channel Redmen TV, after graduating from Staffordshire University with degrees in journalism and English literature. He has worked on campaigns such as UOKM8? and IIOC.

 

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