Farlington Excels in National A-Level Progress Tables

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1 February 2020

Farlington has achieved a progress score of 0.55 in the official government tables showing A-Level performance in schools and colleges across England. 

This progress score, also known as a ‘value-added’ score, reveals how much progress A-Level students at a particular school made between the end of their GCSE studies and the end of their A-Level studies, compared to students at other schools across the country. 

A score above zero indicates that students made more progress, on average, than other students across England who achieved similar results at the end of GCSE. 

Achieving a value-added score of 0.55 is an exceptional achievement for Farlington, placing the school joint 35th out of 4,470 schools and colleges across England when comparing value-added scores. 

Headmistress Louise Higson commented, "Another stunning value-added result for Farlington! Our focus on strong pastoral care and support of the individual enables our students to excel. I am immensely proud of all they achieve."

To find out more about Farlington's most recent GCSE and A-Level results, please visit our Academic Results page.