Last year’s GCSE and A Level performance scores for schools have been released today by the Department for Education.
The best performing school was The Tiffin Girls’ School with a 100 per cent of pupils achieving five A* to C GCSEs or equivalent including English and Maths - for the fourth year running.
Tiffin School and Kingston Grammar School also achieved 100 per cent in this category, although it was Tiffin Girls’ School that became the only school in the borough to score 100 per cent for pupils gaining three A Levels or equivalent.
Independent Canbury School had the lowest number of pupils achieving A-Cs for the second year running.
Chessington Community College had the second least A-Cs although it showed an increase in two per cent for pupils achieving five good GCSEs.
Southborough High School showed the biggest drop in performance with GCSE results down by 11 per cent from 2011.
Richard Challoner School showed the biggest rise in GCSE performances.
Click below for the GCSE and A Level performance scores for Kingston schools in 2012