EDUCATION LEAGUE TABLES
England 11-18 establishments
News Online's rankings of England's secondary schools and colleges by their 2001 exam results.
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Christian school tops the league table
A heavily over-subscribed comprehensive beats every other state and private school in England to head this year's GCSE exams league.
What makes a top school tick
The league-topping school reveals the secret of its success.
League tables 'past sell-by date'
Teachers' unions attack the government's "obsession" with target setting and league tables.
New school tables are a hit with heads
Head teachers welcome the publication of sample "value added" league tables as a fairer way to measure achievement.
Buckinghamshire top at GCSE
Buckinghamshire takes top place among local education authorities in GCSE results - but elsewhere truancy remains a problem.
Truancy rates rise
The average rate of unauthorised absences has risen - with the lowest-achieving local authorities worst affected.