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The highs and lows of Selby school pass rates as league tables published

Brayton High is bottom of the pile while Tadcaster Grammar storms ahead.

The highs and lows of Selby school pass rates as league tables published
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Pass rates at secondary schools throughout the Selby area have been published as part of national education league tables.

The figures, released in the Department for Education's annual data drop, show a slight up-tick in national pass rates achieved by state funded secondaries. This has translated to a mixed bag for Selby area schools where some have posted significant improvement, while others showed decline.

Only one of our areas schools was shown to be 'underperforming' in this year's tables. Brayton High School posted a pass rate of 38% of its pupils scoring five or more GCSEs, graded at C or better, falling short of the 40% required.

 

School% achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and maths GCSEs
2012201320142015
Barlby High School 58% 45% 39% 54%
Brayton High School 54% 53% 49% 38%
Holy Family School, Carlton 53% 60% 51% 63%
Selby High School 66% 71% 59% 61%
Sherburn High School 52% 56% 58% 44%
Tadcaster Grammar School 75% 70% 66% 70%
English state school average 58.8% 60.6% 56.6% 57.1%

 

School% of pupils making expected progress
(previous year in brackets)
EnglishMaths
Barlby High School 66% (52%) 56% (47%)
Brayton High School 49% (42%) 59% (69%)
Holy Family School, Carlton 69% (64%) 73% (60%)
Selby High School 65% (62%) 81% (78%)
Sherburn High School 31% (69%) 75% (61%)
Tadcaster Grammar School 77% (74%) 80% (76%)
English state school average 71.1% (71.6%) 66.9% (65.5%)

 

School% achieving the English Baccalaureate
(previous year in brackets)
Barlby High School 23% (20%)
Brayton High School 3% (10%)
Holy Family School, Carlton 20% (23%)
Selby High School 7% (12%)
Sherburn High School 21% (29%)
Tadcaster Grammar School 32% (32%)
English state school average 24.3% (24.2%)

 

Source: Department for Education figures
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First published at 11:09 on Thursday, January 21st, 2016.
Last updated at 20:04 on Thursday, January 21st, 2016.