Secondary schools and colleges in Derbyshire

  • National average
  • Average for this local authority

% of pupils achieving 5 A*-C GCSEs including maths and English

YearNational averageLocal average
201053.455
200949.851
200847.648.5
200746.347

Average point score per pupil at A/AS-level and equivalents

YearNational averageLocal average
2010744.8754.8
2009739.3759.7
2008740752.3
2007731.2740.1

How to use this table: Select column header to sort table, check boxes to compare schools

What does this mean? School name What does this mean? % 5 A*-C GCSEs What does this mean? English Bacc What does this mean? CVA What does this mean? A/AS points
Source: All data from Department for Education
Abbotsholme School (IND) 47 11 NA 780.6
Aldercar Community Language College 47 11 1002.5 547
Alfreton Grange Arts College 34 0 992.6 663.8
Anthony Gell School 61 12 1006 777.9
Belper School 52 24 977.3 884.5
Bennerley Business and Enterprise College 38 0 971.2 NA
The Bolsover School 47 7 1021.9 NA
Brookfield Community School 65 24 982.7 803.7
Buxton Community School 51 8 991.8 784
Chapel-en-le-Frith High School 52 11 996.7 NA
Chesterfield College NA NA NA 663.1
Deincourt Community School (SHUT) 40 0 998.6 NA
Dronfield Henry Fanshawe School 68 22 994.9 871.5
The Ecclesbourne School 90 37 1018.1 823.9
Eckington School 55 7 1010.6 750
Frederick Gent School 51 0 983.2 NA
Friesland School 47 11 988.3 934.4
Glossopdale Community College 49 8 978.2 628.6
Granville Sports College 46 10 985.3 NA
Hasland Hall Community School 59 15 984.1 NA
Heanor Gate Science College 55 12 986.4 735.2
Heritage Mathematics and Computing Specialist School 46 5 1000.7 NA
Highfield School (IND) 45 0 NA SS
Highfields School 60 29 973 818.5
Hope Valley College 64 18 1010.8 NA
Ilkeston School: Specialist Arts College 48 3 1006.5 748.4
John Flamsteed Community School 54 12 998 NA
John Port School 69 17 1011.2 708.5
Kirk Hallam Community Technology and Sports College 66 4 997.4 683.6
Lady Manners School 70 23 1005 937.6
The Long Eaton School 54 6 998.2 821.2
The Meadows Community School 37 10 980 NA
Michael House School (IND) SS SS NA NA
Mill Hill School 53 6 981.3 754.5
Mount St Mary's College (IND) 74 13 NA 721.6
Netherthorpe School 46 23 980.3 746.9
New Mills School Business & Enterprise College 62 13 987.8 605.5
Newbold Community School 51 11 970.9 774.5
Ockbrook School (IND) 97 57 NA 1138.8
Parkside Community School 41 0 999.1 NA
The Pingle School 42 6 955.6 829.9
Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School 67 19 998.8 1033.8
Repton School (IND) 3 1 NA 874
Saint John Houghton Catholic School 63 7 1002.9 NA
Shirebrook Academy (AC) NA NA NA NA
Shirebrook School (SHUT) 44 2 1012.4 NA
Springwell Community College 39 6 1007.1 NA
St Mary's Catholic High School 76 50 1025 942.6
St Philip Howard Catholic School 53 13 976.1 NA
St Thomas More Catholic School Buxton 75 3 1014.8 NA
Swanwick Hall School 47 8 1002.1 701.1
Tibshelf School 60 9 986.5 NA
Trent College (IND) 95 14 NA 842.8
Tupton Hall School 59 10 972.8 673.3
William Allitt School 51 8 977 NA
Wilsthorpe Community School 59 7 1002.3 653.5
What do the table headers mean?
School name
Click on the name to visit the government's page of information and performance data for the school. For schools with both Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 pupils, KS5 can be reached from a link on the KS4 page. IND = independent, SEL = selective, AC = academy, SHUT = school closed since exams. More detail
% 5 A*-C GCSEs
This benchmark measure is the percentage of pupils in the school who achieve passes graded between A* and C in five GCSE or equivalent qualifications, including maths and English GCSE. SS = small school; N/A = data not available. More detail
English baccalaureate
Introduced in 2010, this is the percentage of pupils in the school achieving A*-C GCSE passes in English, maths, two science subjects, a language and history or geography. SS = small school; N/A = data not available. More detail
Contextual value-added
A statistical measure of pupils' progress between leaving primary school and finishing Key Stage 4 (age 16), in comparison to other children from similar backgrounds. Higher numbers indicate better progress. WARNING: This measure cannot be ranked accurately - sorting the table gives a general indication only. SS = small school; N/A = data not available. More detail
A/AS-level points
Points are allocated for A-levels, AS-levels and other Key Stage 5 qualifications, depending on the grade achieved. The score is the average number of points per pupil at the institution. More detail

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