League tables showing the performance of pupils studying GCSEs and A-Levels have been published today with schools in Skegness, Alford and Spilsby performing well in Lincolnshire.
The figures show the proportion of pupils achieving at least five A*-C grades at GCSE or equivalent, including English and maths, varies from 100 per cent to 51 per cent in the Standard’s patch of schools.
In Alford, Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School managed to achieve 100 per cent grade passes in KS4.
Angie Francis, head teacher of Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar, in Alford, said: “We are pleased to maintain our record as one of the top three schools in the county with 100 per cent of our students gaining 5+A*-C including English and Maths and we have been ranked 38th in England (BBC tables).
“It is particularly gratifying to be top in the county for the percentage of our students who have gained the English Baccalaureate (English, Maths, Science, a Modern Foreign Language and History/Geography) – which are considered to be the key academic subjects.
“We have high expectations of our students and place much emphasis on the individual support we offer within a caring and well-disciplined environment. This contributes significantly to our continued success.”
The proportions for Alford, Skegness and Spilsby schools are given below for KS4;
Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar Alford - A Selective Academy 100 per cent.
John Spendluffe Foundation Technology College (Alford) 56 per cent.
King Edward VI Academy (Spilsby) 63 per cent.
Skegness Grammar School 96 per cent.
Skegness Academy 51 per cent.
However, the data goes far beyond this measure, to view the full list visithere