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Latymer Upper School record-breaking A level results

Latymer Upper School reported record-breaking A level results this year. Results released last week showed that one third of candidates achieved three or more Grade 'A' passes, with three of these pupils passing five or more subjects with an A Grade.

The school has again beaten their own record: 49% of A level passes are Grade A, and 78% Grade A or B.


Latymer's exam successes 2003

· 49% of the results were grade A

· 78% were A or B

· 49 candidates (nearly one in three) got AAA or better

· Three gained 5 As.


AS Level

· 67% A/B grades

· 29 candidates got AAAA or better

GCSE

· 71% A*/A

· 100% of candidates gained 5 or more passes

· 17 candidates gained 80 points or more (the equivalent of 10 A*s)

· three pupils awarded one of the top 5 marks by their board (two for English, one for French)

Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College also achieved a 100 per cent pass rate for most of their subjects.

Primary Schools

Primary schools in Hammersmith & Fulham have put the borough in the top three in inner London with their latest test results for 11-year-olds.

The 36 primary schools were joint third in inner London in their national tests for 11-year-olds in maths, science and English, at level four and above. The borough's aggregate score was 239, which was also seven points above the national aggregate of 232.

At level five and above - a higher level of the test - pupils also performed well, coming joint top in English out of the 12 inner London boroughs.

The results in the tests (formerly known as SATS), which pupils sat in May, were:
Percentage of pupils gaining level four and above in national tests for 11-year-olds:

Hammersmith & Fulham
National
Inner London
English
78
74
71
Maths
75
72
67
Science
86
86
81

Position of H & F among the 12 inner London boroughs: joint third in all subjects.

Percentage of pupils gaining level five and above in national tests for 11-year-olds:

Hammersmith & Fulham
National
Inner London
English
31
26
24
Maths
27
28
24
Science
40
40
33

Position of H & F among the 12 inner London boroughs: joint first in English and joint second in maths and science.

The figures, published by the Government are provisional and are expected to go up slightly when amended results are published with primary school league tables later this year.


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15th March 2004