Secondary school league tables in Newcastle-upon-Tyne

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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? Value Added What does this mean? A/AS-level points per pupil
All Saints College 32 0 970.3 566.4
Benfield School 53 6 1011.6 609.2
Central Newcastle High School (IND) 95 81 NA 939
Dame Allan's Senior School (IND) 93 64 NA 971.9
Excelsior Academy (AC) 37 1 980.3 453.5
Gosforth Academy 71 35 1006 831.7
Heaton Manor School 61 21 991.8 701.2
Kenton School 56 3 1008.1 565.6
NCG NA NA NA 686.1
Newcastle School for Boys (IND) 83 17 NA 660
Newcastle-upon-Tyne Church High School (IND) 93 58 NA 821.3
Royal Grammar School (IND) 99 81 NA 947.1
Sacred Heart High School 77 35 1035.2 683.4
St Cuthbert's High School 74 17 1015.9 880.1
St Mary's Catholic Comprehensive School 72 5 1017.7 691.8
Walbottle Campus 44 4 1017.6 610.4
Walker Technology College 38 0 978.1 534.7
Westfield School (IND) 85 50 NA 796.1
What do the table headers mean?
School name
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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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