Revealed: Doncaster's best performing schools for GCSEs

Government secondary school league tables today reveal Doncaster's top scoring schools and show a slight year on year improvement in the borough's performance in GCSEs.

By The Newsroom
Thursday, 21st January 2016, 9:14 am
Updated Thursday, 21st January 2016, 9:49 am
Pupils sitting their GCSE exams
Pupils sitting their GCSE exams

The statistics, released this morning, show The Hayfield School, at Auckley, to be the best performing state school in Doncaster, with 76 per cent of its pupils passing five or more GCSEs including English and maths at grade C or above.

In the borough as a whole, 50 per cent of pupils obtained five or more GCSEs at a grade of C or above including English and maths, compared to 49.4 per cent in 2014. But the figure is down on the 2013 figure of 56.6 per cent

The full table:

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Armthorpe Academy Academy - 29%

Ash Hill Academy - 28%

Balby Carr Community Academy - 35%

Campsmount (A Co-Operative Academy) - 48%

Danum Academy Academy - 30%

De Warenne Academy - 40%

Don Valley Academy - 37%

Hall Cross Academy - 52%

The Hayfield School - 76%

Hill House School - 93%

Hungerhill School - 67%

The McAuley Catholic - High School 62%

Mexborough School - 35%

Outwood Academy - Adwick 63%

Ridgewood School - Academy 74%

Rossington All Saints Academy - 60%

Sir Thomas Wharton Community College - 46%

Trinity Academy Academy - 54%

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