The secondary schools in Portsmouth which see pupils make the most progress

The best and worst-performing secondary schools in Portsmouth have been revealed.

By Neil Fatkin and Matthew Mohan-Hickson
Friday, 25th October 2019, 9:49 am

Secondary schools are now measured by the progress pupils make during their time at the school in eight subjects - a mark known as Progress 8. St Edmund’s Catholic School was the best-performing secondary school in Portsmouth with a Progress 8 score of 0.41. Note that special schools, independent schools and schools which have opened since last summer have been excluded from these results. The figures are currently provisional and do not take into account GCSE remarks, so they could change. For a full explanation of what the figures mean click here.

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