Sleaford schools top of the class

Our local schools have excelled once again in the recently published secondary school league tables.

Carre’s Grammar School came third out of 65 Lincolnshire schools after 99 per cent of their pupils acheived five or more GCSEs at A* to C, while Kesteven and Sleaford High School came third based on the amount of points achieved per student.

Sir Wiliam Robertson High School in Welbourn came 35th out of 65 schools in the GCSE results table, while St George’s Academy were just behind in 36th, also coming 34th out of 44 schools eligible for A-Levels.

To view the school league tables in full, click on the link below:

For the full story on the school league tables, see enxt week’s paper.