Secondary school league tables published for Epsom, Ewell, Banstead and Leatherhead

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Teachers, parents and students alike will be looking with interest at secondary school league tables published today.

St John’s School, in Epsom Road, Leatherhead, will be celebrating being around 120 schools across the country to see 100 percent of students achieve five A*-C GCSEs.

City of London Freemen's School, in Ashtead Park, was close behind with 97 percent of students getting five good GCSEs including maths and English.

Close on their heels Epsom College, in College Road, Epsom, and Greenacre School for Girls, in Sutton Lane, Banstead, both had 95 percent of students gain five A*-C GCSEs.

City of London Freemen's School pupils also managed to get an average point score of 1010.8 at AS/A-level just above 933.6 at Epsom College and 862.5 at St John’s.


Click below for the GCSE and A Level performance scores for Sutton schools in 2012

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7:49pm Thu 24 Jan 13

FelicitySW19 says...

As a parent of a child who attends Ewell Castle Senior School, I will be wanting answers as to why on earth their results are actually inferior to the local COMPREHENSIVE schools. I don't pay £13,000 a year for nothing and these results have really worried me. There's no excuse for only 2/3 of their pupils hitting the GCSE benchmark unless of course this is some sort of error- that is what I hope it to be anyway...
As for Greenacre School, the school my daughter attends, well done! Obviously they are doing something right.
As a parent of a child who attends Ewell Castle Senior School, I will be wanting answers as to why on earth their results are actually inferior to the local COMPREHENSIVE schools. I don't pay £13,000 a year for nothing and these results have really worried me. There's no excuse for only 2/3 of their pupils hitting the GCSE benchmark unless of course this is some sort of error- that is what I hope it to be anyway... As for Greenacre School, the school my daughter attends, well done! Obviously they are doing something right. FelicitySW19
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1:23pm Sun 27 Jan 13

RobertS1970 says...

Well done to both Glyn and Rosebury for achieving even better results than Private Schools at 85pct! Unfortunately you have to live in the case of Glyn within 1.3 miles and Rosebury 1.8 miles from the school to be certain of a place for your son or daughter as the admission policy is now on their Internet and the catchment area has shrunk over the past few years. They have both scrapped a ten per cent intake based on an entrance exam. Grammar Schools are oversubscribed by a ratio of 8 to 1 and Private Schools are expensive and may not provide value for money!
Well done to both Glyn and Rosebury for achieving even better results than Private Schools at 85pct! Unfortunately you have to live in the case of Glyn within 1.3 miles and Rosebury 1.8 miles from the school to be certain of a place for your son or daughter as the admission policy is now on their Internet and the catchment area has shrunk over the past few years. They have both scrapped a ten per cent intake based on an entrance exam. Grammar Schools are oversubscribed by a ratio of 8 to 1 and Private Schools are expensive and may not provide value for money! RobertS1970
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4:54pm Sun 27 Jan 13

sjsunny says...

My sons were educated at Glyn and received an excellent education and are currently attending Russell Group universities. This school has had two successive outstanding OFSTED reports. Glyn is a superb school which will continue to be increasingly oversubscribed especially as it is out performing fee paid private schools and parents are more budget conscious with £9k uni fees ahead!
My sons were educated at Glyn and received an excellent education and are currently attending Russell Group universities. This school has had two successive outstanding OFSTED reports. Glyn is a superb school which will continue to be increasingly oversubscribed especially as it is out performing fee paid private schools and parents are more budget conscious with £9k uni fees ahead! sjsunny
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