Thursday, 10 January 2008

Best ever GCSE results again this year

Redcar & Cleveland has once again achieved its best-ever GCSE success rate. 52.9 per cent of students achieved A*-C grades in any subject and the schools' best performance for students passing five A*-G grades, with a 91 per cent success.

Last year's figure, also a best ever, was 50.6%.

The 2007 results of the Borough's pupils at 11 secondary schools, achieving five A*-C grades, with 2005 and 2006 in brackets, are:

Bydales, Marske 53 (05 - 48, 06 - 57), Eston Park 58 (05 - 44, 06 - 46), Freebrough 38 (05 - 29, 06 - 28), Gillbrook 30 (05 - 21, 06 - 34), Huntcliff 63 (05 - 54, 06 - 67), Laurence Jackson 61 (05 - 68, 06 - 59), Nunthorpe 74 (05 - 70, 06 - 70), Redcar Community College 47 (05 - 44, 06 - 43), Rye Hills 53 (05 - 47, 06 - 45), Sacred Heart 58 (05 - 61, 06 - 65), St Peter's RC 39 (05 - 37, 06 - 35).

1 comment:

Norfolk Blogger said...

Oh no. I thought we as a party were against league tables. As a teacher I know them to be a measure of what is measurable, not of what is important.