Bingley Grammar School

League Table Success for Bingley Grammar

League tables feature scan jan 17Earlier this month the Government published the Secondary Schools League table and we are extremely pleased to say we are now in the top 25% of schools nationally. The league table highlights the progress our students make in their time with us as well as their exam performance.

Click here to see the league table which the T&A published in Saturday’s paper >>

A feature on Bingley was also published (shown above) based on our successes. To read the article see below:

Bingley Grammar in top 25% of schools nationally.

Bingley Grammar School is celebrating excellent placing in the recently published GCSE and A-level performance tables (including selective schools) and is ranked in the top 25% nationally of the Government's league tables. The school has seen a sharp rise in both student attainment and progress which is the result of all the hard work and effort put in by both the staff and students. The school achieving the top 25% measure shows that all students are making progress at Bingley regardless of their starting points at Key Stage 2 and that students can thrive at the school.

‘It is great to see the school´s GCSE success last summer reflected in the league tables’ says Headteacher Luke Weston. ´The students´ outstanding results were a reflection of their hard work, the dedication of staff and the support of parents. Many have now gone on to build on their GCSE achievements in our Sixth Form and we look forward to celebrating their future successes as they move through A level and on to higher education and working life.´

We have a large and vibrant Sixth Form at Bingley Grammar School with over 300 students studying a wide variety of A Levels and Applied General Qualifications. All students follow a varied tutorial and enrichment programme designed to complement their subjects. This ensures our learners leave with both excellent qualifications and relevant ‘employability’ skills. Finally, we are extremely proud that all our students move onto aspirational pathways including Higher Education, Apprenticeships and work based learning.

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