How did your school perform?

Students taking exams. Ben Birchall/PA Wire
Students taking exams. Ben Birchall/PA Wire

Here are a list of secondary schools in the Telegraph’s circulation area, ranked in alphabetical order and showing how they performed in GCSE examinations last year.

The first column of numbers shows the number of pupils at that school eligible for GCSEs and equivalent qualifications, which usually means all pupils in Year 11. The second column is the proportion of those candidates who achieved five or more A* to C grades at GCSE level, including English and maths. The third column is the school’s rank within Northamptonshire.

So, at Bishop Stopford School in Kettering, for example, 213 pupils were eligible to take GCSE exams, 84 per cent of those achieved five or more A* to C grades and this means the school was ranked fifth in the county.

Some colleges and schools in our area were omitted from the Government figures, such as Corby Technical School, because only a very small number of pupils were eligible.

Bishop Stopford School, Kettering: 213 84% 5

Brooke Weston Academy, Great Oakley: 180 72% 12

Corby Business Academy, Corby: 198 52% 29

The Ferrers Specialist Arts College, Rushden: 177 48% 38

Huxlow Science College, Wellingborough: 145 57% 24

Kettering Buccleuch Academy: 164 43% 43

Kettering Science Academy: 201 50% 34

The Kingswood School, Corby: 204 47% 40

The Latimer Arts College, Kettering: 191 63% 17

Lodge Park Technology College, Corby: 216 49% 37

Manor School Sports College, Wellingborough: 150 50% 33

Montsaye Academy, Kettering: 216 51% 32

Oundle School, Peterborough: 178 99% 1

Prince William School, Oundle: 280 61% 21

The Rushden Community College: 177 40% 44

Sir Christopher Hatton School, Wellingborough: 193 61% 20

Southfield School for Girls, Kettering: 168 57% 25

Weavers School, Wellingborough: 138 54% 27

Wellingborough School: 101 98% 2

Wollaston School, Wellingborough: 239 66% 14

Wrenn School, Wellingborough: 244 54% 28