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Secondary schools in Bath and NE Somerset

This page shows schools in this area ranked on the basis of their Level 2 "contextual value added" measure, from Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 4.

This compares pupils' exam performances with the middle performance of other pupils nationally who had similar prior attainment.

It is based around 1000. The top 5% had a score of 1030.4 and above.

The ranking needs treating with care. Small differences may not be significant.

Smaller schools with fewer than 30 pupils taking the exams are not ranked, while results are not published at all for those with fewer than 11 pupils.

Click the name of an institution for a page detailing its performance.

BATH AND NE SOMERSET AGAINST THE NATIONAL AVERAGE: Level 2 CVA

  • Score out of max
     1003.2
  • Score out of max
     1000.0

KEY:

  • LA average
  • National average

Bar chart shows performance relative to the worst/best

What these figures mean

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School name GCSE % Level 2 CVA A/AS average points Level 3 CVA
Writhlington School 62 1042.4 779.4 1052.6
Culverhay School 36 1027.6 NA NA
Norton Hill School 58 1021.7 787.3 970.7
St Mark's CofE School 37 1009.8 NA NA
Beechen Cliff School 64 1006 824.3 1003.2
Saint Gregory's Catholic College 73 1005.8 NA NA
Hayesfield School Technology College 47 1005 669.3 984.3
Ralph Allen School 60 1003.6 704.6 1027.7
Oldfield School 76 1002 710.7 1002.3
Chew Valley School 63 991.2 746.1 1010.3
Somervale School 39 985.5 767 993.2
Wellsway School 76 985.1 680.6 1006.9
Broadlands School 41 965 NA NA


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