National averages: GCSE - 43.5% gaining A*-C. A-level - 17.5 points on average
TYPE - There are three pieces of information for each school: institution type (i), selection policy (ii) and whether mixed or single-sex (iii).
i. C - county, V - voluntary, G - grant-maintained, I - independent, CTC - city technology college
ii. Comp - comprehensive, SEL - selective, M - special, NONS - non-selective independent, NA - not applicable
iii. B - boys, G - girls, M - mixed.
For colleges: TYPE M - co-educational
GCSE - Percentage of pupils aged 15 in Sept 1995 gaining five or more GCSEs at A-C grades.
A-LEV - Average points score for 16-18 year-olds entered for 2 or more A-levels
AA - Percentage of half days missed through authorised absence
UA - Percentage of half days missed through unauthorised absence
? No information received.
@ No absence return required
$ Special school with no entries
- Non-special school with no entries
NA: not applicable; NI: no information
Where a column is blank, no information has been received
National averages: 27% of pupils gain standard grades 1-2, 20% of S4 roll gain 5+ higher grades at A-C in S5.
** - Numbers either too small to be useful (1-5 candidates), school recently opened/merged, or has no S4/S5
o Pupils take A-levels in S6
* Pupils take GCSE/A-level as well as Scottish exams
Schools designated to receive pupils from S1-S4 schools in S5 and S6
National averages: 41% of pupils aged 15 in September 1994 gained five or more A*-C grades at GCSE in 1995. Pupils entered for two or more A- levels gained an average points score of 15.
L - local authority school; I - independent school; S - special school; G - grant-maintained school
GCSE - Percentage of pupils aged 15 in Sept 1995 gaining five or more GCSEs at A-C
A-LEV - Average A-level points score for pupils passing two or more A- levels
UA - Percentage of sessions missed through unauthorised absence
UA+AA - Percentage of sessions missed through absenceReuse content