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Education

Vision for development at Talbot Heath School

A VR studio and 600-seater auditorium: First look at school’s plans for new learning hub

MISSING OUT: More parents in court for failing to ensure their children attend school regularly

Here's how many parents in Dorset have been taken to court over children's school attendance

Pupils at Winchelsea School in Poole enjoy using the new playground equipment which has been funded by generous donations from the PTA, Poole Bay Rotary Club and members of Poole Labour Club who undertook a skydive..

New outdoor gym is unveiled at Poole school

Children who have been turned down for places at Twynham Primary School

‘Don’t send our children to schools miles away from home’, plead parents

Pupils and staff from Hayeswood First School took part in their inaugral orienteering course at Bytheway in Wimborne.

Young pupils try out council’s new orienteering course

Opening of new geography building at Ringwood School

School’s new £1m geography building is officially opened

New St James CE First School headteacher Jo Hudson pictured with Heath Academy Trust Chief Executive headteacher Justine Horn (left) and Chair of Governors Harry Turner (right) and pupils.

First school welcomes new head teacher

Poole High School students met Eric Cantona during a football tour in Portugal, affiliated with Benfica

Ooh-Aah it's Cantona: Poole students meet football legend

Bournemouth and Poole College, Lansdowne Campus

More students signing up for digital tech courses - with thousands of jobs up for grabs in Bournemouth and Poole

Baden Powell and St Peter's Wellbeing Day. Picture by Tommy Churchyard.

Laughing yoga and anxiety management: the school teaching pupils about health and happiness

The Dorset Winter Games at Leaf Academy in 2016

900 students heading to academy for Dorset Winter School Games finals

Dorset County Council.

County council performs 'u-turn' on decision to slash funding for special needs pupils

IN THE PICTURE: Jade Curran (left) and Ellen Taylor from Arts University Bournemouth, who completed some of their studies on a Yellow Bus

Yellow Buses get insight into passengers' minds thanks to student’s project

TOUR: Students from The Arnewood School enjoyed a virtual trip around the world

Machu Picchu to New York: how VR is helping pupils travel the world without leaving the classroom

THINKING HARD: A student at the Rotary Technology Tournament

Hundreds of students do battle in technology tournaments

Vincent Boni, right, Managing Director of The Daily Echo with staff and some of the sponsors of last year’s awards

GALLERY: Meet the Daily Echo School Awards nominees 2017

Surya Arts visited St Aldhelm's Academy to present Surya's Story and involve the pupils in practical exercises of dance, music and art culminating in a march around the school..

Students march against global child labour

18 Sept 2013 - Brockenhurst College aerial photo STOCK.

College has its Ofsted rating downgraded, after 10 years of being ‘outstanding’

Picture via Pixabay

Poole's having a recruitment fayre because there aren't enough teachers

Parents, has your child got their first-place secondary school?

Secondary school places: Did your child get their first choice?

QE School in Wimborne.

School could be forced to axe staff or double class sizes because of £300k budget shortfall

GALLERY: Hundreds of schoolchildren take part in Rock Challenge 2017

GALLERY: Hundreds of schoolchildren take part in Rock Challenge 2017

Brockenhurst College students with Heidi Rehman from Breast Cancer Haven Wessex

Students’ tea party raises £360 for breast cancer support centre

Pix Corin Messer - 23/01/13 - pcartervox6 Carter Community School in Hamworthy. COPYRIGHT BOURNEMOUTH DAILY ECHO.

Strong leadership and good behaviour: how a Poole secondary improved their Ofsted report

Sharon Buckland, headteacher at Lulworth and Winfrith Primary School who is retiring in the summer of 2017.

Head who helped school achieve some of best SATs in the country to retire

CHOPPER: RAF Chinook visits Forres Sandle Manor School in Fordingbridge and, inset, pupil Jack Shave at the controls

PICTURES AND VIDEO: Armed Forces fly in on Chinook to visit schoolchildren

The Daily Echo School Awards at The Cumberland Hotel.  All the Award winners pictured with  Daily Echo Editor Andy Martin, centre, , managing Director Vincent Boni, front left, and  Angela Boyer, Sales and Events Manager, far right..

Three days left to nominate someone special for a Daily Echo School Award!

GALLERY: All the pictures from Tuesday's First Class special!

GALLERY: All the pictures from Tuesday's First Class special!

The Shining will be performed by AUB students in The Chine Hotel from  February 9 to 18

Closed Boscombe hotel being transformed into setting for classic horror The Shining

GOOD SCHOOL: Stanley Green Infant Academy in Poole was rated Good by Ofsted inspectors

School’s “uncompromising drive for excellence” praised by Ofsted inspectors

Cllr Deborah Croney.

Dorset parents will get extra free childcare from April. not September

School Awards logo

One week left to nominate your heroes in our School Awards

The Museum of Design in Plastics (MoDiP) at Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) has been selected to receive £76,625 funding for 2017/18 from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)

Plastics museum receives more than £75,000 in funding

Talbot Primary School headteacher Kate Curtis

Ground-breaking mental health first aid training is rolled out across Poole’s schools

SUCCESS: Principal Richard Tutt at Magna Academy

Schools celebrate top results in secondary school league tables (but Parkfield and St Aldhelm’s are under floor standard)

MP for Mid Dorset and North Poole Michael Tomlinson who wants Dorset to play a part in helping resettle Syrian refugees..Pictures â Jade Grassby â 11/11/15 â Catchline - Rjg111115pRefugees.

Fears over school budgets branded 'scaremongering'

CUTS: Poole High School could lose more than £450,000, according to the NUT

Poole High set to lose £500k in funding - how will your school fare?

CHALLENGE: Students from 15 secondary schools in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Ringwood took part in last year’s technology tournament

Students from 14 schools to battle it out in tech tournament

Poole High School was praised in Ofsted monitoring report

Poole's biggest school 'rapidly improving', say Ofsted inspectors

The Daily Echo School Awards at The Cumberland Hotel.  David Payne with sponsors School Business Srrvices Ltd..

One month left to nominate your teaching hero

New funding formula will help poorly-funded Dorset schools - MP

New funding formula will help poorly-funded Dorset schools - MP

Teenagers celebrate the NCS graduation, photo taken by Reece Lowe & Jasmine Legaspi

National Citizen Service teenagers celebrate graduation success

Students from St Aldhelm's Academy, based in Herbert Avenue, entertained around 30 elderly people in an event organised in partnership with the charity, Faithworks Wessex

School pupils entertain elderly with festive music

Ringwood School students collected food and personal care items for the homeless at Christmas

School donates 3,600 items to those in need this Christmas

MP welcomes fairer funding for Dorset schools

MP welcomes fairer funding for Dorset schools

Most local schools are failing government's new standards at KS2, league tables show

Most local schools are failing government's new standards at KS2, league tables show - see the results for your child's school

Bournemouth School for Girls holds its annual Founders' Day celebrations at Richmond Hill St Andrew's URC Church.Megan Lucas, deputy headgirl, Bridget Dence, headgirl, Camilla Marcus-Dew, guest of honour.Alistair Brien, head teacher, Cllr Eddie

PICTURES: School marks founders' day at Bournemouth church

Dorset primary school pupils failing to meet standards in writing and maths

Dorset primary school pupils failing to meet standards in writing and maths

The Daily Echo School Awards at The Cumberland Hotel. Staff from  Carter Community School cheer Kate Richmond , winner of the award for  Art/Creative team  Member of the Year..

Dinner ladies, teachers, and lollipop men: who at your school deserves to be honoured?

Pupils and staff from Nigel Bowes Academy took part in a fundraising triathlon at The Village Hotel in Bournemouth. Headteacher James Frentzen gets some encouragement on the rowing machine.

Students with special needs stage triathlon to raise money for playground equipment

Local schools

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Primary Schools (Key Stage 2)

  • Allenbourn Middle School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 78%
    • 2013 - 75%

    Average points score: 28.8

  • Ashley Junior School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 82%
    • 2013 - 81%

    Average points score: 28.8

  • Avonbourne College

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 -
    • 2013 -

    Average points score:

  • Baden-Powell and St Peter's Church of England Junior School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 86%
    • 2013 - 81%

    Average points score: 30.5

  • Bearwood Primary and Nursery School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 79%
    • 2013 - 81%

    Average points score: 27.9

  • Beaucroft Foundation School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 0%
    • 2013 - 0%

    Average points score: 12.6

  • Bethany Church of England Junior School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 81%
    • 2013 - 51%

    Average points score: 28.4

  • Bishop Aldhelm's Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 72%
    • 2013 - 76%

    Average points score: 28.5

  • Branksome Heath Junior School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 62%
    • 2013 - 61%

    Average points score: 26.9

  • Broadstone Middle School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 76%
    • 2013 - 69%

    Average points score: 29.1

  • Broadstone Middle School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 -
    • 2013 -

    Average points score:

  • Burley Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 71%
    • 2013 - 86%

    Average points score: 28.2

  • Burton Church of England Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 79%
    • 2013 - 76%

    Average points score: 29.1

  • Canford Heath Junior School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 85%
    • 2013 - 85%

    Average points score: 29.6

  • Christ The King Catholic Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 63%
    • 2013 - 75%

    Average points score: 26.5

  • Christchurch Junior School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 76%
    • 2013 - 77%

    Average points score: 28.7

  • Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 86%
    • 2013 - 86%

    Average points score: 29.6

  • Emmanuel Middle Church of England Voluntary Aided School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 82%
    • 2013 - 73%

    Average points score: 28.7

  • Ferndown Middle School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 64%
    • 2013 - 73%

    Average points score: 27.3

  • Hamworthy Park Junior School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 50%
    • 2013 - 66%

    Average points score: 26.4

  • Haymoor Junior School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 76%
    • 2013 - 60%

    Average points score: 27.9

  • Heatherlands Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 -
    • 2013 -

    Average points score:

  • Heathlands Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 68%
    • 2013 - 70%

    Average points score: 27.1

  • Highcliffe St Mark Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 75%
    • 2013 - 81%

    Average points score: 28.5

  • Hill View Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 73%
    • 2013 - 72%

    Average points score: 28.4

  • Hillbourne School and Nursery

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 66%
    • 2013 - 43%

    Average points score: 27.0

  • King's Park Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 60%
    • 2013 - 67%

    Average points score: 25.9

  • Kingsleigh Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 76%
    • 2013 - 75%

    Average points score: 28.1

  • Kinson Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 61%
    • 2013 - 60%

    Average points score: 26.9

  • Linwood School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 0%
    • 2013 - 0%

    Average points score: 13.5

  • Lockyer's Middle School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 81%
    • 2013 - 76%

    Average points score: 29.0

  • Longfleet Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 77%
    • 2013 - 72%

    Average points score: 29.1

  • Longspee School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 22%
    • 2013 - 0%

    Average points score: 20.0

  • Malmesbury Park Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 70%
    • 2013 - 58%

    Average points score: 27.2

  • Manorside Primary School

    Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 English & maths
    • 2014 - 41%
    • 2013 - 50%

    Average points score: 24.1

Secondary Schools (Key Stage 4)

  • Avonbourne College

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 56%
    • 2012 - 53%
    • 2013 - 60%
    • 2014 - 54%
  • Ballard School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 87%
    • 2012 - 84%
    • 2013 - 69%
    • 2014 - 69%
  • Beaucroft Foundation School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 0%
    • 2012 - 0%
    • 2013 - 0%
    • 2014 - NE
  • Bournemouth Collegiate School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 67%
    • 2012 - 73%
    • 2013 - 70%
    • 2014 - 53%
  • Bournemouth School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 99%
    • 2012 - 98%
    • 2013 - 99%
    • 2014 - 94%
  • Bournemouth School for Girls

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 100%
    • 2012 - 99%
    • 2013 - 99%
    • 2014 - 100%
  • Canford School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 99%
    • 2012 - 98%
    • 2013 - 0%
    • 2014 - 0%
  • Carter Community School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - NA
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - 0%
    • 2014 - 29%
  • Corfe Hills School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 62%
    • 2012 - 53%
    • 2013 - 60%
    • 2014 - 45%
  • Ferndown Upper School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 47%
    • 2012 - 49%
    • 2013 - 50%
    • 2014 - 52%
  • Glenmoor School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - NA
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - NA
    • 2014 - 68%
  • Harewood College

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 42%
    • 2012 - 51%
    • 2013 - 46%
    • 2014 - 42%
  • Highcliffe School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 66%
    • 2012 - 57%
    • 2013 - 74%
    • 2014 - 61%
  • Kings Bournemouth

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - NA
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - SUPP
    • 2014 - 0%
  • Langside School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - SUPP
    • 2012 - SUPP
    • 2013 - SUPP
    • 2014 - SUPP
  • Leaf Studio

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - NA
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - 48%
    • 2014 - 49%
  • Linwood School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 0%
    • 2012 - 0%
    • 2013 - 0%
    • 2014 - 0%
  • Lytchett Minster School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 58%
    • 2012 - 56%
    • 2013 - 64%
    • 2014 - 59%
  • Magna Academy

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - NA
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - 0%
    • 2014 - 57%
  • Montacute School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - NA
    • 2012 - SUPP
    • 2013 - NE
    • 2014 - SUPP
  • Oak Academy

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 45%
    • 2012 - 50%
    • 2013 - 45%
    • 2014 - 32%
  • Parkfield School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - NA
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - NA
    • 2014 -
  • Parkstone Grammar School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 98%
    • 2012 - 100%
    • 2013 - 100%
    • 2014 - 97%
  • Poole Grammar School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 97%
    • 2012 - 99%
    • 2013 - 97%
    • 2014 - 95%
  • Poole High School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 44%
    • 2012 - 46%
    • 2013 - 55%
    • 2014 - 45%
  • Portfield School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - SUPP
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - NE
    • 2014 - NE
  • Purbeck View School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - NA
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - NE
    • 2014 - NE
  • Queen Elizabeth's School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 57%
    • 2012 - 59%
    • 2013 - 51%
    • 2014 - 62%
  • Ringwood School Academy

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 66%
    • 2012 - 64%
    • 2013 - 66%
    • 2014 - 70%
  • Ringwood Waldorf School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - NA
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - NE
    • 2014 - NE
  • Sheiling School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - SUPP
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - SUPP
    • 2014 - SUPP
  • St Aldhelm's Academy

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 3%
    • 2012 - 28%
    • 2013 - 31%
    • 2014 - 17%
  • St Edward's Roman Catholic/Church of England Schoo

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 52%
    • 2012 - 52%
    • 2013 - 64%
    • 2014 - 56%
  • St Peter's Catholic Comprehensive School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 65%
    • 2012 - 63%
    • 2013 - 60%
    • 2014 - 67%
  • Switched-On Christian School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - NA
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - NA
    • 2014 - NE
  • Talbot Heath School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 98%
    • 2012 - 98%
    • 2013 - 100%
    • 2014 - 100%
  • The Arnewood School Academy

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 68%
    • 2012 - 75%
    • 2013 - 56%
    • 2014 - 58%
  • The Bishop of Winchester Academy

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 38%
    • 2012 - 43%
    • 2013 - 63%
    • 2014 - 64%
  • The Bourne Academy

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 46%
    • 2012 - 36%
    • 2013 - 60%
    • 2014 - 55%
  • The Grange School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 48%
    • 2012 - 39%
    • 2013 - 47%
    • 2014 - 45%
  • The Swanage School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - NA
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - NA
    • 2014 -
  • Tregonwell Academy

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 0%
    • 2012 - 0%
    • 2013 - 0%
    • 2014 - 0%
  • Twynham School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 71%
    • 2012 - 58%
    • 2013 - 65%
    • 2014 - 70%
  • Victoria Education Centre

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 0%
    • 2012 - 0%
    • 2013 - 0%
    • 2014 - 0%
  • Winchelsea School

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - 0%
    • 2012 - 0%
    • 2013 - 0%
    • 2014 - NE
  • Winton Arts and Media College

    Percentage of pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs at A*-C (or equivalent) including English and maths
    • 2011 - NA
    • 2012 - NA
    • 2013 - NA
    • 2014 - 51%

Sixth Forms & Colleges (Key Stage 5)

  • Avonbourne College

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • D+
  • Bournemouth Collegiate School

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • C-
  • Bournemouth School

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • B-
  • Bournemouth School for Girls

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • B-
  • Canford School

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • B+
  • Corfe Hills School

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • C-
  • Ferndown Upper School

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • D+
  • Highcliffe School

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • C-
  • Kings Bournemouth

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • SUPP
  • Leaf Studio

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • C-
  • Lytchett Minster School

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • C
  • Magna Academy

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • NE
  • Oak Academy

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • C-
  • Parkfield School

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
  • Parkstone Grammar School

    Average point score per A level entry expressed as a grade
    • B-

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