ISIS GCSE results, 1995

ISIS GCSE results, 1995

Number of % gaining %gaining

candidates *A-C grades *A-A grades

Withington Girls School,Manchester (G) 70 100.00 87.00

The North London Collegiate School,Edgware (G) 104 100.00 86.07

Wycombe Abbey School, High Wycombe (G) 79 100.00 80.30

Guildford High School for Girls, Guildford (G) 72 100.00 73.92

Downe House, Newbury(G) 87 100.00 72.09

South Hampstead High School, London (G) 87 100.00 70.79

Loughborough High School, Loughborough (G) 80 100.00 70.01

Badminton School, Bristol (G) 53 100.00 66.06

Westbourne College, Penarth (C) 11 100.00 54.70

Tudor Hall School, Banbury (G) 43 100.00 53.65

Winchester College, Winchester (B) 132 99.91 76.24

St Paul's Girls School, London (G) 81 99.85 85.67

Eton College, Windsor (B) 254 99.83 69.10

Manchester Grammar School, Manchester (B) 202 99.79 75.99

The Godolphin & Latymer School, London (G) 100 99.78 66.22

St Mary's School, South Ascot (G) 46 99.77 57.14

St. Swithun's School, Winchester (G) 82 99.73 78.32

Royal Grammar School, Guildford (B) 149 99.70 73.43

St. Paul's School, London (B) 154 99.69 73.95

St. Catherine's School, Guildford (G) 74 99.68 66.82

lpswich High School, Ipswich (G) 66 99.66 74.03

Westminster School, London (B) 130 99.62 73.50

Putney High School, London (G) 85 99.62 58.09

Edward VI High School for Girls, Birmingham (G) 76 99.61 81.97

The School of St Helen & St Katharine Abingdon (G) 74 99.61 81.52

University College School, London (B) 107 99.58 66.01

King Edward's School, Birmingham (B) 130 99.58 80.72

City of London School For Girls, London (G) 78 99.57 70.53

The Queen's School, Chester (G) 69 99.53 70.79

Birkenhead High School, Birkenhead (G) 121 99.52 67.88

Tonbridge School, Tonbridge (B) 128 99.50 60.34

Sir William Perkins's School, Chertsey (G) 82 99.50 65.66

The Haberdashers' Aske's School, Borehamwood (B) 156 99.48 74.98

Bradford Girls' Grammar School, Bradford (G) 104 99.46 68.34

Oxford High School, Oxford (G) 80 99.46 73.82

Rugby School, Rugby (C) 112 99.44 51.85

Nottingham High School for Girls (G) 115 99.42 64.40

Radley College, Abingdon (B) 120 99.35 63.93

Perse School for Girls, Cambridge (G) 84 99.32 74.16

Bolton School (Girls Div.), Bolton (G) 120 99.30 62.18

Croydon High School, South Croydon (G) 108 99.28 60.74

Talbot Heath School, Bournemouth (G) 79 99.28 50.29

Central Newcastle High School,Newcastle upon Tyne (G) 86 99.26 61.16

Stockport Grammar School, Stockport (B) 143 99.21 68.88

St. Mary's School, Calne (G) 52 99.17 76.09

St. Albans High School for Girls, St. Albans (G) 79 99.15 64.60

Leeds Girls' High School, Leeds (G) 91 99.14 64.22

Wakefield Girls' High School, Wakefield (G) 128 99.13 56.91

St. Helen's School, Northwood (G) 87 99.12 62.00

Norwich High School for Girls, Norwich (G) 102 99.12 61.02

The Cheltenham Ladies' College, Cheltenham (G) 126 99.09 69.54

Roedean School, Brighton (G) 68 99.05 59.40

The Lady Eleanor Holles School, Hampton (G) 95 99.05 71.28

G=girls, B=boys, C=co-ed. Schools with fewer than 10 candidates have been removed.

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