10:45AM, Friday 21 October 2016
Pupils across the borough finished in the top 10 across state schools in their English and maths GCSE results.
A total of 72.2 per cent attained at least a C in both subjects, above the national state school average of 62.6 per cent.
In the new Progress 8 indicator rankings, which measure how children’s abilities have developed since they were 11, the Royal Borough came 21st among local authorities.
However, the figures are currently provisional and the final figures, which include re-marks and corrections, will be published in January.
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