How did Gedling borough’s secondary schools do in the GCSE league tables 2019?

Carlton le Willows Academy is the best Gedling borough when it comes to pupil progress, according to the latest GCSE league tables.

The school came top of the class in the latest league table showing GCSE results published by the Department for Education earlier today which reveal how pupils performed for the 2017-18 academic year.

Redhill Academy came second in the list with a score of 0.28

The Progress 8 score is based on pupil’s average performance across 8 key subjects which include which include English, maths, 3 English Baccalaureate qualifications including sciences, computer science, history, geography and languages, and 3 other additional approved qualifications.

Carlton le Willows Academy0.34 (Above average)
Redhill Academy0.28 (Above average)
Arnold Hill Academy0.14 (Average)
Carlton Academy
-0.14 (Average)
The Oakwood Academy
-0.21 (Average)
Christ The King Voluntary Academy-0.39 (Below average)
Colonel Frank Seely Academy -0.42 (Below average)
Derrymount School-2.03 (Well below average)

Schools not featured didn’t supply figures due to recently converting to academy schools during the academic year.

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