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The Top 50 Selective Schools at A-level

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The school point score is devised through a new system introduced by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, the Government's exam watchdog. Under it, equal weight is given for each A-level with 270 points awarded for an A-grade pass, 240 for a B, 210 for a C, 180 for a D, and 150 for an E. The International Baccalaureate is also recognised with 1,380 points for a maximum diploma score of 45.

The Top 50 Comprehensive Schools at A-level

Click HERE for comment by Richard Garner, Education Editor, and full related links

The school point score is devised through a new system introduced by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, the Government's exam watchdog. Under it, equal weight is given for each A-level with 270 points awarded for an A-grade pass, 240 for a B, 210 for a C, 180 for a D, and 150 for an E. The International Baccalaureate is also recognised with 1,380 points for a maximum diploma score of 45.

The Top 50 Independent Schools at A-level

Click HERE for comment by Richard Garner, Education Editor, and full related links

The school point score is devised through a new system introduced by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, the Government's exam watchdog. Under it, equal weight is given for each A-level with 270 points awarded for an A-grade pass, 240 for a B, 210 for a C, 180 for a D, and 150 for an E. The International Baccalaureate is also recognised with 1,380 points for a maximum diploma score of 45.

Schools boost GCSE results by avoiding hard subjects

Only one in six pupils in England achieved five A* to C grade passes in English, maths, a science, a language and a humanities subject at GCSE, league tables published yesterday show.

Student voice helps put school in with a shout

Since their merger, two struggling schools are more than the sum of their parts. By Richard Garner

Richard Garner, Education Editor: Government puts the baccalaureate on the table

I think I have lost count of how many times I have used the phrase "new-look league tables" to describe the secondary school performance tables. Here I go again though.

Disaster fires up struggling school to success

Sporting values helped York High School climb the league tables. Jonathan Brown discovers how

Student voice helps put school in with a shout

Since their merger, two struggling schools are more than the sum of their parts. By Richard Garner

Richard Garner, Education Editor: Government puts the baccalaureate on the table

I think I have lost count of how many times I have used the phrase "new-look league tables" to describe the secondary school performance tables. Here I go again though.

Disaster fires up struggling school to success

Sporting values helped York High School climb the league tables. Jonathan Brown discovers how

Richard Garner: 'Every parent has the right to find out information about any school'

One thing has to be said about this year's primary school performance tables. It would be a Government health warning (except the Government is not likely to want to draw attention to it in this way).

Primary School Tables: Lessons in bucking the system

Richard Garner finds out what placed Oakridge Primary School at the top of the performance table
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