Isles of Scilly students achieved the best progress and attainment levels in the country in this year's GCSEs.
Five Islands School's 15 Key Stage 4 pupils managed an average Attainment 8 score of 64.8, beating 150 other Local Authority areas. The average for England was 44.3.
Attainment 8 is an average score across eight subjects taken at GCSE.
Some 80% of the 15 pupils who took English and Maths GCSEs achieved a 9-5 grade and 93% a 9-4 grade, the best rates in the country. The national averages for 9-5 and 9-4 were 39.9% and 59.1% respectively.
The average Progress 8 score for the 14 Scilly pupils included in the measure was 0.86, again putting the islands at the top of the list.
Progress 8 scores are calculated by comparing each student's Attainment 8 score to those nationally of other students who had the same Key Stage 2 SAT results. This is designed to measure how much progress each student has made from Year 6 to 11.
A score of more than 0.5 of above shows that pupils in that school are making well above the expected level of progress.
The statistics relate to state-funded schools in England.
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