Southwark GCSE results of pupils getting five or more GCSE’s including maths and english A*-C arE:
|School name||Five good GCSEs or equivalents (%)||Value Added|
|The From Boyhood To Manhood Foundation (IND)||NA||NA|
|Harris Boys’ Academy East Dulwich (AC)||NA||NA|
|Alleyn’s School (IND)||100||NA|
|James Allen’s Girls’ School (IND)||100||NA|
|Dulwich College (IND)||93||NA|
|The Charter School||78||1037|
|Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Secondary School||73||1041|
|St Michael’s Catholic College||71||1017|
|Bacon’s College (AC)||69||980|
|St Saviour’s and St Olave’s Church of England School||67||1035|
|Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich (AC)||64||1061|
|Harris Academy Bermondsey (AC)||62||1038|
|City of London Academy (Southwark) (AC)||61||1015|
|Notre Dame Roman Catholic Girls’ School||60||1004|
|Walworth Academy (AC)||60||981|
|St Michael and All Angels CofE Academy (AC)||58||1035|
|Harris Academy at Peckham (AC)||56||1040|
|ARK Globe Academy (AC)||45||1004|
|The St Thomas the Apostle College||42||975|
|Kingsdale Foundation School||36||971|
School getting more than 1000 on the value added did particularly well. Kingsdale results are a shock.
The national average was 59.4% with the Southwark average at 58.8%. Very close to meeting the national average.
The Harris Boys Academy East Dulwich hasn’t yet had anyone sit GCSE’s. Fingers crossed they do well when they site GCSE’s summer 2014.
The most value added was the Harris Girls Academy East Dulwich and sadly the worst was Kingsdale. This latter school has fallen below the governments 40% minimum standard.