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Selby area schools suffer as league tables published

Secondary schools throughout the Selby area have seen significant falls in their GCSE pass rates, falling behind the national average.

Selby area schools suffer as league tables published
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The figures, released in the Department for Education's annual league tables have shown a national decline in pass rates by state funded secondaries. The number of schools said to be under-performing in England has doubled as schools struggle to get to grips with changes to the exam system implemented by former the Education Secretary, Michael Gove.

Nationally, 330 schools missed their target of achieving a 40% rate for pupils gaining five good GCSEs, including English and maths.

 

School% achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths GCSEs
2011201220132014
Barlby High School 57% 58% 45% 39%
Brayton High School 44% 54% 53% 49%
Holy Family School, Carlton 54% 53% 60% 51%
Selby High School 56% 66% 71% 59%
Sherburn High School 52% 52% 56% 58%
Tadcaster Grammar School 77% 75% 70% 66%
English state school average 58.2% 58.8% 60.6% 56.6%

 

School% of pupils making expected progress
EnglishMaths
Barlby High School 52% 47%
Brayton High School 42% 69%
Holy Family School, Carlton 64% 60%
Selby High School 62% 78%
Sherburn High School 69% 61%
Tadcaster Grammar School 74% 76%
English state school average 71.6% 65.5%

 

School% achieving the English Baccalaureate
Barlby High School 20%
Brayton High School 10%
Holy Family School, Carlton 23%
Selby High School 12%
Sherburn High School 29%
Tadcaster Grammar School 32%
English state school average 24.2%

 

Source: Department for Education figures
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First published at 12:31 on Thursday, January 29th, 2015.
Last updated at 22:56 on Friday, January 30th, 2015.