Sussex schools GCSE results in tables

Sussex schools GCSE results in tables

Sussex schools GCSE results in tables

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Sussex schools were celebrating their best GCSE results in years.

 

EAST SUSSEX  
   
GCSE  
   
SCHOOL GCSE percentage A* to C - grades inc English and Maths
Battle Abbey School 93%
Lewes Old Grammar School 92%
St Richard's Catholic College, Bexhill 82%
St Leonards-Mayfield School 78%
Willingdon Community School, Eastbourne 78%
   
SIXTH FORM AND COLLEGE  
   
SCHOOL Sixth form/college score
St Leonards-Mayfield School 872.8
Moira House Girls' School , Eastbourne 840
Eastbourne College 824.8
St Bede's School Hailsham 782.7
Battle Abbey School 776
   
   
WEST SUSSEX  
   
GCSE  
   
School GCSE percentage A* to C - grades inc English and Maths
Hurstpierpoint College 100%
The Towers Convent School , Upper Beeding 100%
Our Lady of Sion School, Worthing 97%
Ardingly College 91%
Shoreham College 90%
   
SIXTH FORM/COLLEGE  
   
School Sixth form/college score
Ardingly College 967.5
Worth School, Crawley 936.9
Lancing College 933.3
Christ's Hospital Horsham 927.3
Burgess Hill School for Girls 888.4

 

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12:27pm Fri 24 Jan 14

RaveyDavey says...

Funny how when up against Brighton College, Hurstpierpoint will always say they don't publish their results. But when up against state schools with lower results they are happy to publish? Hmmmm........
Funny how when up against Brighton College, Hurstpierpoint will always say they don't publish their results. But when up against state schools with lower results they are happy to publish? Hmmmm........ RaveyDavey
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