EDUCATION LEAGUE TABLES
England 11-18 establishments
News Online's rankings of England's secondary schools and colleges by their 2000 exam results.
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League tables spark funding row
The gap between the best and worst schools in England is getting wider because funds are not being shared equally, say teachers.
Top head attacks league tables
The head teacher of this year's most improved secondary school in England attacks the league tables as an unfair way of measuring performance.
Selective schools top tables
The English secondary school tables - the ninth annual set - are again dominated by selective and independent schools.
Comprehensive's 100% at GCSE
A new record for comprehensive education is claimed by Thomas Telford School in Shropshire - where every pupil this summer achieved five or more good GCSEs.
Sutton schools best at GCSE
Buckinghamshire has been toppled as the local education authority in mainland England with the best performing schools at GCSE level.
Assessing the value schools add
A number of secondary schools have taken part in a trial of a new way of measuring their pupils' A-level performance that shows how much "value" a school has added.
Excluded pupils in league tables
This year's tables reflect ministers' ban on "cosmetic" exclusions.
School league tables omit refugees
Schools could choose to have refugee children's exam results taken out of the league tables.