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Secondary schools in South Gloucestershire

This page shows schools and colleges ranked on the basis of their pupils' performance in A-level, AS-level and equivalent exams.

The results are the average points achieved per student. Smaller schools with fewer than 30 students taking the exams are not ranked, while results are not published at all for those with fewer than 11 students.

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SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE AGAINST THE NATIONAL AVERAGE: A/AS-level

  • Score out of max
     677.5
  • Score out of max
     739.1

KEY:

  • LA average
  • National average

Bar chart shows performance relative to the worst/best

What these figures mean

Sort by name Sort by GCSE % Level 2 CVA Sorted by A/AS average points Level 3 CVA
The Castle School 67 1008.3 857.2 992.8
The Ridings High School (SHUT) 66 970.7 835.2 1007.9
Marlwood School 62 999.6 729.5 1000.8
Chipping Sodbury School 35 984.4 717.4 991.3
John Cabot Academy 63 1015.1 713.1 1008.8
Downend Comprehensive School 40 968.4 687.1 968.7
Filton High School 40 965 663.8 977.3
Filton College NA NA 646.2 1014.1
Brimsham Green School 52 973.4 634.3 997.1
Patchway Community College 43 992.5 619.1 986.8
Kingsfield School 40 989.7 609.6 983
Mangotsfield School 48 972.7 581.2 982.3
Sir Bernard Lovell School 48 1016.7 572.2 1010.9
Hanham High School 46 973.1 530.2 975.2
The Grange School and Sports College 39 1000.6 315 976.8


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