A Shropshire delegate propagandize has been praised for achieving some of a best GCSE formula in a country.
Corbet School Technology College in Baschurch has been recognized by SSAT, also famous as The Schools Network, for a suit of tip hearing grades achieved in a 2011 GCSE results. It ranked among a tip 10 per cent of non-selective schools in England.
Schools where during slightest 19 per cent of students gained 5 A* or A grades, including in English and maths, were enclosed in a rankings.
The propagandize was absolutely over a SSAT threshold, with 29 per cent of GCSE grades final year during A* and A.
Every propagandize in a nation was ranked according to how good it achieved in a GCSE formula in 2011 in a new draft expelled by SSAT, that is a deputy physique for schools.
Officials pronounced a new rankings, that were distributed regulating central data, lift a bar for schools by usually counting opening during GCSE grades A* and A.
It comes after a propagandize saw some of a many softened formula in Shropshire, with 73 per cent of a pupils removing 5 or some-more A* to C grades, including English and maths, in 2011, adult from 59 per cent a year before.
Headteacher Philip Adams said: “I am unequivocally gratified that a propagandize has been recognized for a high turn of achievement.”
Sue Williamson, arch executive of SSAT, said: “The Corbet School Technology College has valid itself to be one of a best propagandize in a nation as securing glorious GCSE outcomes for their students.
“There is copiousness that other schools could learn from school’s success.
“These formula are covenant to a joining and tough work of a students, teachers and care group during The Corbet School Technology College and a clearance of their faith in high expectations, good training and aspiration for each immature person.”