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Secondary schools in Hammersmith and Fulham

This page shows schools in this area ranked on the proportion of pupils achieving the Level 2 threshold - equivalent to five GCSEs at grades A* to C including English and maths GCSEs.

Ties are broken on the average Level 2 points score per student. 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.

Click here for a fuller explanation of the figures.

HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM AGAINST THE NATIONAL AVERAGE: GCSE-level

  • Score out of max
     64.1
  • Score out of max
     49.8

KEY:

  • LA average
  • National average

Bar chart shows performance relative to the worst/best

What these figures mean

Sort by name Sorted by GCSE % Level 2 CVA Sort by A/AS average points Level 3 CVA
The London Oratory School 93 1023.1 856.2 1000.6
Sacred Heart High School 92 1039.2 NA NA
Lady Margaret School 89 1027.7 901.4 1028
Fulham Cross Girls' School and Language College 70 1024.6 NA NA
Burlington Danes Academy 50 1022.3 NA NA
Phoenix High School 46 1123.4 NA NA
Hurlingham and Chelsea Secondary School 41 1023.8 NA NA
Henry Compton Secondary School 35 984.9 NA NA
St Paul's Girls' School (IND) 0 NA 1080.7 1014.4
Latymer Upper School (IND) 0 NA 998.8 1007
St James Senior Girls School (IND) 0 NA 866.7 1026.5
The Godolphin and Latymer School (IND) 0 NA 1011.4 1030.7


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