National averages: GCSE - 44.5% gaining five or more A*-C. Unauthorised absence, by percentage of half days missed - 1.1%.
A-Lev: Average points for students taking two or more - 18.3
GCSE: Percentage of pupils aged 15 in September 1994 gaining five or more A*-C grades.
Type - There are three pieces of information for each school in England: institution type (i), selection policy (ii), and whether mixed or single sex (iii).
i. C - county, IND - independent, V - voluntary, G - grant maintained, CTC - city technology college, SA - special agreement.
ii. COMP - comprehensive, SEL - selective, NONS - non-selective independent, NA - not applicable.
iii. B - boys, G - girls, M - mixed.
Wales: L - local authority maintained, G - grant maintained, I - independent, S - special.
AA - Percentage of half days missed through authorised absence
UA - Percentage of half days missed through unauthorised absence
AA+UA - Authorised absence plus unauthorised absence (Wales only). @ - assisted places
N0 - Number of candidates
Where a column is blank, no information has been received.
Schools are ranked within each local authority by percentage of pupils gaining 5 or more GCSEs at A*-C. Where two or more schools score the same, they are listed alphabetically.
Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor 165 16.0
Gorseinon College 337 16.0
Gwent Tertiary College 416 15.0
Pembrokeshire College 58 15.0
St Davids VI Form College 219 15.0
Yale College 350 15.0
Afan College 90 14.0
Neath College 204 14.0
Carmarthenshire College of Technology & Art 133 13.0
Swansea College 134 13.0
Bridgend College 17 10.0
Coleg Ceredigion 7 9.0
Coleg Glan Hafren 194 9.0
Coleg Menai 47 8.0
Llandrillo College 52 8.0
Pontypridd College 44 6.0
Aberdare College 11 5.0
Barry College 15 5.0
Deeside College 23 5.0
Coleg Llysfasi NE NA
Coleg Powys 1 *
Merthyr Tydfil College 2 *
Pencoed College NE NA
Welsh College of Horticulture NE NA
Ystrad Mynach College 4 *Reuse content