Secondary school league tables in Hampshire

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What does this mean? School name What does this mean? Five good GCSEs or equivalents (%) What does this mean? English Bacc (%) What does this mean? Five good GCSEs only (%) What does this mean? Value Added What does this mean? A/AS-level points per pupil What does this mean? Three A-levels (%)
Park Community School 54 0 34 1032.8 NA NA
Eggar's School 71 18 66 1032.8 NA NA
Thornden School 90 55 90 1020.3 NA NA
Yateley School 83 24 78 1017.2 834.4 81
Cowplain Community School 50 8 49 1015.9 NA NA
Perins School A Community Sports College 75 32 72 1015.6 NA NA
Bohunt School 78 32 72 1015.1 NA NA
Horndean Technology College 60 5 57 1014.4 NA NA
The Petersfield School 67 17 62 1012.5 NA NA
Kings' School 80 41 79 1009 NA NA
Cams Hill School 71 36 70 1007.4 NA NA
Warblington School 50 12 50 1005.7 NA NA
Cranbourne Business and Enterprise College 59 8 57 1004.2 NA NA
Wildern School 75 25 75 1004 NA NA
Priestlands School 68 16 64 1002.9 NA NA
The Westgate School 74 29 74 1002.5 NA NA
The Romsey School 70 27 65 1002.3 NA NA
Court Moor School 77 29 76 1001.9 NA NA
Bishop Challoner Catholic Secondary School 77 30 75 1001.2 NA NA
The Connaught School 42 7 36 1001.1 NA NA
The Mountbatten School A Language and Sports College 78 37 78 1000.8 NA NA
Testbourne Community School 70 31 67 1000.7 NA NA
The Hurst Community College 52 18 50 999.7 NA NA
Oaklands Catholic School 74 43 74 999.1 737.3 90
The Arnewood School 68 15 59 998.9 670.3 77
Bay House School 59 19 57 998.8 837.9 97
Costello Technology College 63 15 61 998.4 NA NA
Brookfield Community School and Language College 67 20 64 997.9 NA NA
Swanmore College of Technology 68 18 66 997.9 NA NA
The Henry Cort Community College 59 15 45 997.7 NA NA
The Neville Lovett Community School and Continuing Education Centre 63 10 53 995.8 NA NA
The Toynbee School 61 24 57 995.6 NA NA
Robert May's School 72 26 71 995.4 NA NA
Crookhorn College of Technology 47 7 44 995.1 NA NA
Amery Hill School 65 22 64 991.4 NA NA
Purbrook Park School 56 8 50 991.1 NA NA
Noadswood School 59 12 56 990.4 NA NA
Calthorpe Park School 71 29 70 990.4 NA NA
The Wavell School 60 26 60 989.8 NA NA
Brune Park Community College 47 4 41 989.2 NA NA
Mill Chase Community Technology College 50 1 37 989 NA NA
Henry Beaufort School 70 9 64 988.8 NA NA
Test Valley School 68 17 68 988.7 NA NA
Bridgemary School 31 3 28 986.4 NA NA
Wyvern Technology College 67 26 65 986.3 NA NA
Hamble Community Sports College 55 11 47 986 NA NA
Frogmore Community College 58 8 58 985.7 NA NA
Fernhill School 48 20 47 982.8 NA NA
John Hanson Community School 59 4 51 981.1 NA NA
Ringwood School 66 22 63 979 755.5 92
The Burgate School and Sixth Form Centre 64 28 64 978 916.8 96
Aldworth Science College 54 5 52 977.3 NA NA
Crofton School 65 17 64 976.9 NA NA
Havant Academy (AC) 22 0 9 976.1 NA NA
Crestwood College for Business and Enterprise 55 3 50 975.4 NA NA
Winton School 27 0 26 974.7 NA NA
The Clere School 52 15 52 974.4 NA NA
Harrow Way Community School 43 3 43 973.9 NA NA
Applemore College 57 7 57 973.8 NA NA
Cove School 46 12 44 972.5 NA NA
Hounsdown School 63 24 63 972.2 NA NA
Portchester Community School 42 1 38 971.5 NA NA
Fort Hill Community School 56 4 55 970.4 NA NA
Testwood Sports College 46 6 45 970.2 NA NA
The Hayling College 53 6 47 968.6 NA NA
Oak Farm Community School (SHUT) 9 3 6 966.1 NA NA
Quilley School of Engineering 49 10 40 957.6 NA NA
The Vyne Community School 34 15 32 957.2 NA NA
Brighton Hill Community College 60 11 55 956.7 NA NA
Hardley School and Sixth Form 49 13 44 942.3 NA NA
Everest Community College (SHUT) 40 3 30 932.4 NA NA
What do the table headers mean?
School name
Click to visit the Department for Education's information and performance data for the school
Five GCSES A*-C
The percentage of pupils getting grades A*-C in five GCSE - or equivalent qualifications - including maths and English
% English Bacc
The percentage of pupils getting A*-C GCSE passes in maths, English, two science subjects, a language and either history or geography.
Five GCSEs only
The percentage of pupils getting grades A*-C in five GCSE qualifications only, including maths and English GCSE
Value added
A statistical measure of how well pupils are helped to progress from their starting point. A score above 1,000 is better than the national average
A/AS points
The average number of points netted per pupil at the institution taking AS/A-level or equivalent qualifications
% getting three A-levels
The percentage of pupils getting three A-levels or equivalent qualifications

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