How every school and college in the Sunderland and Durham area scored for A-Levels in the new league tables

This is how each school and college in Sunderland scored for A-Levels in the new league tables.

By Ross Robertson
Monday, 28 January, 2019, 08:36
The performance tables for schools and colleges have been released

The performance tables now score schools using a progress score - how students improved from key stage 4 (their GCSE year) to the end of their A-Level studies, compared to similar students across England. You can also see how all secondary schools in Sunderland scored for secondary provision.

Rated "above average" for progress with a score of 0.16, with 7.5 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "average" for progress with a score of 0.07, with 20 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "average" for progress with a score of -0.01, with 14.3 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "below average" for progress with a score of -0.21, with 12.8 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "below average" with a score of -0.25, with 8.7 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "below average" with a score of -0.29, with 8.8 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "well above average" with a score of 0.32, with 16.9 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "above average" with a score of 0.25, with 32.3 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "above average" with a score of 0.19, with 21.7 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)

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Rated "above average" with a score of 0.18, with 8.2 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "average" with a score of 0.13, with 17.4 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "average" with a score of 0.13, with 9.1 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "average" with a score of 0.09, with 15.1 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "average" with a score of 0.02, with 13.3 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "average" with a score of 0.00, with 28.2 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "average" with a score of -0.03, with 2.6% per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "average" with a score of -0.07, with 16.7 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)
Rated "average" with a score of -0.14, with 13.3 per cent of students scoring AAB or higher in "facilitating A levels" (those commonly needed for entry to leading universities)