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Farlington is delighted to be ranked highly in the Government’s school performance table for A Levels in England, which was published last week. The table ranks schools and colleges by their progress score.
Farlington was the 16th best independent school and the 3rd best all-girls’ independent school in England. In West Sussex, Farlington was the 2nd highest ranked school.
The value-added or progress score assesses how much progress students who studied A Levels at a school or college made between the end of key stage 4 and the end of their A Level studies, compared to similar students across England.
Louise Higson, Farlington Headmistress, comments, “We are delighted to be ranked so highly. It is a demonstration of the hard work and commitment of our students.
“My appreciation and thanks go to all their teachers; their passion and commitment are key in providing the excellent teaching and support which enables the girls to achieve their potential and reach the universities of their choice.”
Table for Schools in England
Table for West Sussex Schools