League Table: GCSE Results 2019
The Telegraph newspaper has recently released the GCSE results of over 300 schools in the UK. It shows the percentage of students that scored between A*-A grades in their exams.
It is important for parents to consider how a school’s GCSE results may determine the success of their child. At Britannia StudyLink, we assist parents in choosing the right secondary schools for their children to attend based on their academic performance.
Listed below are the Telegraph GCSE Results Table 2019. The schools listed here can give you a slight benchmark on how to choose the right school, but that should not be the only factors to consider. The September 2019 intake will be the first opportunity for students to apply to these schools, followed by the second cohort under January 2019.
For more information, see our guide on Britannia StudyLink’s UK boarding school application process.
The following are Telegraph’s UK GCSE Results Table 2019:
Secondary School League Table 2019
The Secondary School education journey begins from year 7 to year 13. At year 11 (Age 15+), students will sit for their first major examination which is GCSE / Pre-A-Levels. In year 12 and year 13, also known as the Sixth Form, typically, a pupil prepares to sit for the A-Levels examination.
You can find the performance of all the top independent schools in the UK by referring to the GCSE results above. The GCSE results table ranks the top 300 secondary schools in the UK by percentage of students obtaining A*-A or 9-7 entries in their respective schools.
For year 12 and 13 or A-level results, please refer to our A-Level League Table Results 2019 writeup.