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Secondary schools in Bury

This is an alphabetical list. The columns show the proportion of pupils attaining five or more good GCSEs and equivalents at the end of Key Stage 4 including English and maths, the Level 2 contextual value added (CVA) score, the average A/AS-level and equivalent points and the Level 3 CVA.

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School name GCSE % Level 2 CVA A/AS average points Level 3 CVA
Broad Oak High School 33 991.8 NA NA
Bury Church of England High School 74 993.6 NA NA
Bury College NA NA 648.4 1006
Bury Grammar School (Girls) (IND) 100 NA 1008.8 1021.6
Bury Grammar School Boys (IND) 0 NA 983.4 995.3
Castlebrook High School 45 1007.1 NA NA
Darul Uloom Al Arabiya Al Islamiya (IND) 57 NA 345 1032.4
The Derby High School 45 1020.7 NA NA
The Elton High School Specialist Arts College 58 995.1 NA NA
Holy Cross College NA NA 961.5 1003.1
Manchester Mesivta School 77 1002 NA NA
Parrenthorn High School 72 1021.9 NA NA
Philips High School 60 998.8 NA NA
Prestwich Arts College 36 995.5 NA NA
Radcliffe Riverside School 44 1015.2 NA NA
St Gabriel's RC High School 65 1002.9 NA NA
St Monica's RC High School Specialist Language College 70 1028 NA NA
Tottington High School 61 991.6 NA NA
Woodhey High School 64 994.7 NA NA


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