Secondary Schools (GCSE) in Stoke By Nayland, Colchester, Essex
Compare all secondary schools within 10 miles of Stoke By Nayland, Colchester, Essex on this page. Click an individual school for more detailed information about its results and a link to its Ofsted reports. You can also rank schools according to results of your choice by clicking the headings at the top of the table.
The tables below show achievement for pupils taking GCSEs, regardless of their age, and progress pupils have made between age 11 and by the end of Key Stage 4. See also A-Level results.
Secondary School Performance 2014444 (Key Stage 4)
|School||Pupils||5+ A*-C (Eng & maths)||English Bacc||Average score|
|East Bergholt High School||904||62%||37%||333.1|
|Hadleigh High School||774||56%||30%||332.4|
|Ramsden Hall School||120||9%||0%||126.1|
|The Gilberd School||1348||58%||15%||338.5|
- Pupils: the number of pupils at the school
- 5 A*–C: the percentage of pupils gaining five or more GCSEs at grades A* to C including English and maths
- English Bacc: Percentage of pupils achieving the Government's new English Baccalaureate. This is awarded to teenagers who achieve GCSEs in English, maths, a science, a foreign language and a humanity, such as history or geography, at grade C or above.
- Average score: The average points score for all eligible pupils based on writing teacher assessment and reading and maths test results
- ; or NA or @ or NP or LT11: no information supplied by the Department for Education
- Please note: Independent schools score zero (or very low scores) if they enter all or most pupils for alternative qualifications, some of which have not been fully accredited by the Government.
- SUPP: Fewer than 6 pupils were included in the calculation. Results are not shown because of the risk of an individual pupil’s results being identified. If one progress measure is suppressed for this reason, the other will also be suppressed.
- LOWCOV: Indicates that a school’s VA measures have been suppressed because coverage is less than 50% of the cohort.
Includes data supplied by Department for Education 2010-14