Farlington Excel in A-Level Progress Tables

27 January 2020
Farlington School have achieved a progress score of 0.55 in the official government tables showing A-Level performance in schools and colleges across England. The progress score, also known as ‘value added’ score, tells you how much progress students who studied A-Levels at the school made between the end of GCSE and the end of their A-Level studies, compared to similar students across England. A score above zero indicates that students made more progress, on average, than 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 4470 schools and colleges across England when comparing value added scores. Louise Higson, Headmistress at Farlington School, 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.”
For all results and further information, the value added tables for A-Level can be seen on the official government page.

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