Exam pass rates in 2018 for all Greenwich secondary schools revealed

Secondary school results have been released showing the best and worst performing in Greenwich borough.

Topping the list is Greenwich’s St Ursula’s Convent school.

New school opening in Greenwich

Figures are for 2018 pass rates. Greenwich borough achieved an Attainment 8 average of 44.3. The best in the country is Sutton at 58 and the lowest was 35.2 in Knowsley, a borough in Merseyside.

So, here’s the Greenwich table:

  • St Ursula’s Convent School – 62.7
  • St Thomas More Catholic Comprehensive School – 56.3
  • Harris Academy Greenwich – 51.7
  • Ark Greenwich Free School – 50.2
  • Eltham Hill School – 49.0
  • Woolwich Polytechnic School – 45.4
  • St Paul’s Academy – 45.1
  • Plumstead Manor School – 42.4
  • Thomas Tallis School – 41.5
  • Stationers’ Crown Woods School – 41.1
  • The John Roan School – 36.4
  • Corelli College – 30.5

Many schools are undergoing changes. Both Woolwich Poly and Plumstead Manor are becoming mixed-sex schools. Others are moving to new sites in coming years.

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7 thoughts on “Exam pass rates in 2018 for all Greenwich secondary schools revealed

  • November 10, 2018 at 1:20 pm
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    Woolwich Poly is not becoming mixed, they are building a shed at the end of the playing field to house girls to try to corner the market at that end of the Borough for those unfortunate parents who are under the bizarre illusion that they are some how helping their daughters seceed in later life by segregating them from boys between the ages of 11 and 16

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  • November 10, 2018 at 1:27 pm
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    Woolwich Poly is not becoming mixed, they are building a shed at the end of the playing field to house girls to try to corner the market at that end of the Borough for those unfortunate parents who are under the bizarre illusion that they are helping their daughters by segregating them from boys between the ages of 11 and 16

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  • November 10, 2018 at 5:49 pm
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    John Roan at the bottom wont stop those campaigning against it become an academy.

    Not that I think that’ll solve issue given some comps near the top.

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  • November 10, 2018 at 6:24 pm
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    lListing attainment rates is pretty much meaningless. What is measures most accurately is the intake, namely how well the kids joining did.

    You need to look at Progress 8 to give a better picture, as that shows how well they do, factoring in childrens’ attainment when they joined (although that’s by no means perfect, as it doesn’t factor in schools getting rid of children to improve their results, which sadly is very common, especially at Harris Academy Schools).

    Progress 8 shows that some on your list (st Ursula’s) are doing well, but others, like Eltham Hill are average in terms of their results.

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  • November 10, 2018 at 8:52 pm
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    See john roan higher than Corelli which is actually Halley academy , shows JR is going in the right direction with the LA rather than the already failed UST who needs to leave our school alone

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  • January 14, 2019 at 4:48 pm
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    greenwich and lewisham secondary schools are a disgrace ..

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