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Adding the most value
The schools listed here are the top 101 in England on the "value added" measure for ages 14 to 16.

This indicates how much their pupils' performance has improved compared with the average level of other students with similar previous attainment.

The first column of figures shows the percentage of students getting five or more good GCSE grades or the GNVQ equivalent.

The second is the value added measure, which is based around 100.

Click the name of a school for details of its exam results.

School, LEAGCSE/GNVQValue added
Sir John Cass Foundation and Redcoat Church of England Secondary School, Tower Hamlets79%113.5
Yesodey Hatorah School, Hackney77%112.1
Feversham College, Bradford61%111.9
Selly Park Technology College for Girls, Birmingham82%111
Ewell Castle School, Surrey79%109.9
Hubert Jewish High School for Girls, Salford93%109.5
Stockwell Park School, Lambeth39%109.3
Tauheedul-Islam Girls' High School, Blackburn with Darwen79%108.6
Plashet School, Newham63%108.1
Oaklands School, Tower Hamlets60%108.1
Fir Vale School, Sheffield30%108
Tudor Hall School, Oxfordshire94%108
Loxford School of Science and Technology, Redbridge65%107.9
Denbigh High School, Luton57%107.8
Lordswood Girls' School and The Sixth Form Centre, Harborne, Birmingham73%107.5
Mulberry School for Girls, Tower Hamlets51%107.4
St Mary's School, Wiltshire85%107.4
Bordesley Green Girls' School, Birmingham49%107.3
St Paul's Way Community School, Tower Hamlets44%107.1
Hyde Technology School and Hearing Impaired Resource Base, Tameside63%107
St Philomena's School, Sutton85%107
All Saints Catholic School and Technology College, Barking and Dagenham89%106.7
Hasmonean High School, Barnet87%106.6
Swanshurst School, Birmingham64%106.5
Hodge Hill Girls' School, Birmingham51%106.5
Frankley Community High School, Birmingham49%106.5
St Mary's School Ascot, Windsor and Maidenhead100%106.4
Morpeth School, Tower Hamlets47%106.2
Geoffrey Chaucer Technology College, Southwark28%106.1
Norbury Manor High School for Girls, Croydon77%106.1
Sherborne School for Girls, Dorset80%106.1
Walthamstow School for Girls, Waltham Forest69%106
Grange School, Oldham37%105.9
Holte School, Birmingham30%105.9
The Cardinal Wiseman Roman Catholic School, Ealing93%105.8
The King David High School, Manchester98%105.7
Small Heath School, Birmingham60%105.6
Dixons City Technology College, Bradford94%105.5
Stonar School, Wiltshire81%105.5
George Mitchell School, Waltham Forest33%105.4
Rye St Antony School, Oxfordshire85%105.4
Clapton Girls' Technology College, Hackney49%105.3
Brentford School for Girls, Hounslow50%105.3
Derby Moor Community School, Derby49%105.2
Harry Carlton Comprehensive School, Nottinghamshire70%105.2
The Tiffin Girls' School, Kingston upon Thames100%105.2
St Benedict's Catholic High School, Warwickshire77%105.2
Baylis Court School, Slough56%105.2
Ninestiles School, Birmingham75%105.1
BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology, Croydon84%105.1
Manchester Islamic High School for Girls, Manchester85%105.1
Grange Technology College, Bradford29%105
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Language College, Islington50%105
Berwick upon Tweed Community High School, Northumberland69%105
Waverley School, Birmingham51%105
Westholme School, Blackburn, Blackburn with Darwen98%105
The Skinners' Company's School for Girls, Hackney37%104.9
Wood Green High School College of Sport, Sandwell62%104.8
The Halifax High School, Calderdale50%104.8
Queen's College, Somerset86%104.8
Pipers Corner School, Buckinghamshire93%104.8
Dormers Wells High School, Ealing36%104.7
Golden Hillock School and Specialist Sports College, Birmingham33%104.7
Aston Manor School, Birmingham42%104.7
Casterton School, Cumbria95%104.7
The Latymer School, Enfield100%104.6
Balcarras School, Gloucestershire80%104.6
Haggerston School, Hackney39%104.6
Langdon Park Community School, Tower Hamlets43%104.6
Bacon's College, Southwark69%104.6
The Licensed Victuallers' School, Bracknell Forest88%104.6
The Benjamin Britten High School, Suffolk67%104.5
Whitefield School, Barnet25%104.5
Ilkeston School, Derbyshire63%104.4
Eltham Green Specialist Sports College, Greenwich27%104.4
St Nicholas' School, Hampshire97%104.4
Heathfield Community School, Somerset77%104.3
Canons High School, Harrow49%104.3
Sacred Heart High School, Hammersmith and Fulham82%104.3
Prendergast School, Lewisham77%104.3
Debenham Church of England Voluntary Controlled High School, Suffolk94%104.3
St Mary's Convent School, Worcestershire95%104.3
Al-Sadiq and Al-Zahra Schools, Brent92%104.3
Sibford School, Oxfordshire46%104.3
Villiers High School, Ealing53%104.2
Great Baddow High School, Essex67%104.1
Sydenham School, Lewisham52%104.1
William Farr (Church of England) Comprehensive School, Lincolnshire84%104.1
Twyford Church of England High School, Ealing77%104.1
Abraham Moss High School, Manchester35%104.1
St John The Baptist Catholic Comprehensive School, Woking, Surrey82%104.1
Coloma Convent Girls' School, Croydon88%104.1
Park View School, Birmingham35%104.1
Woodside Park International School, Barnet66%104.1
The Nottingham Bluecoat School and Technology College, Nottingham64%104
St Richard's Catholic College, East Sussex83%104
Belle Vue Girls' School, Bradford30%104
Highbury Fields School, Islington56%104
Bassingbourn Village College, Cambridgeshire68%104
St Joseph's Academy, Lewisham17%104
Abbeydale Grange School, Sheffield29%104

English secondary schools 2003




English primary school tables 2003



Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland do not publish tables.


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