Schools in Ryedale are among the highest performers for last year’s GCSE results in North Yorkshire, according to the new school league tables.
Lady Lumley’s School, Pickering, was ranked 18th in the local authority, according to the proportion of pupils earning five or more A* to C grades at GCSE or equivalent, including English and maths.
A total of 71 per cent of pupils earned five A* to C grades at GCSE or equivalent, including English and maths.
Other schools also fared well including Norton College (67 per cent) which was ranked 24th, Malton School (65 per cent) at 28th in the league table, and Ryedale School (64 per cent) which saw it ranked 33rd in the league tables.
At A-Level, Malton School finished 10th in the county with an average point score per pupil of 892.5.
Lady Lumley’s had an average point score per pupil of 770.6, earning it 20th place in the league tables, and Norton College finished 36th in North Yorkshire with 639.1 average points per pupils.
See Wednesday’s Malton and Pickering Mercury for a full break down of the tables.