At Key Stage One the city is now above the national average, shooting up the local authority league tables.
At GCSE we have had our largest increase in our history at 4.1%, closing the gap significantly with national average.
The improvements reflect the hard work put in by teachers and pupils across the city. In addition the city council has worked with struggling schools, partnering them with good schools and investing in teacher training programmes.
Schools in the west of the city have done particularly well with big improvements in GCSE results:
- Lord’s Hill Academy (+13%)
- Upper Shirley High School (+5%)
- Redbridge Community College (+17%)
- Regents Park Community College (+10%)