East Riding schools soar up local authority league tables after improvements in summer GCSE and A-level results.

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East Riding schools have soared up the local authority league tables following major improvements in this summer’s GCSE and A-level results.

Tables published today show by the Department for Education show that the record results for students achieving the ‘gold standard’ at GCSE has pushed the county’s ranking up by 27 places to 71st place, out of 151 areas across the country.

This year East Riding schools achieved an average of 61 per cent of the top grades including English and maths, in a second consecutive year of improvement.

 

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