After being recognised as the third-best independent school of its size by The Daily Telegraph following the A Level results in 2011, The Swaminarayan School has been ranked 12th among all independent schools in the country in a table published by the same broadsheet for the GCSE results from the summer of that year.
The School’s score – which is the basis of the standings – is calculated by the average of a pupil’s points allocated for grades between A* to G. For the 2011 results, this was 583.6.
All 100% of students who sat the exams at The Swaminarayan School in 2011 achieved at least five A* to C grades. An outstanding 96% of grades across the range of subjects were in the A* to C band. Additionally, 58% of all results were in the A* and A band (compared to 23% nationally), with this increasing to 85% for the A* to B band.
This outstanding achievement builds on similar results and other awards of recognition over the years at various levels.
Mr Savjani, Headteacher of the School, congratulated the Year 11 students’ “superb performance”, saying, “It’s a testimony to their hard work and dedication and also the exceptional teaching provided by all our staff here. We must also thank the tremendous support from all the parents and governors, proving once again that this really is a collaborative project.”
To learn more about The Swaminarayan School, visit its independent website here.