Harris Girls' Academy Bromley ranks top in borough for Progress 8 scores

Remigio Civitarese
Ottobre 12, 2017

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The score was created by the government as a way of determining progress between the end of Key Stage 2, the end of primary school, and the end of pupils' GCSEs.

A LEAGUE table showing how Wyre Forest schools performed in the previous year has been published by government education experts.

Harris Girls' Academy Bromley, based in Beckenham, achieved a provisional Progress 8 score of 1.06. They received their individual results earlier this week. A score of 0.5 means pupils made, on average, half a grade more progress across their subjects than expected.

In Merton, Harris Academy Morden was the highest achiever.

If a child makes the progress expected, the school's Progress 8 score is 0.

Lee Mallin, executive principal at Harris Academy Morden said: "This fantastic Progress 8 score is the result of outstanding performances across the academy from our students and departments. They have worked tirelessly together across the year to ensure students believed in themselves and went into exams with the confidence needed to achieve their true potential".

Four other schools in Bromley managed to gain a "well above average", including Langley Park School for Girls, Newstead Wood School and Harris Academy Orpington.

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