Find out how North Devon secondary schools ranked in the revised Progress 8 league tables, and how their scores compared to last year.

Chulmleigh Community College remains the best in North Devon when it comes to pupil progress according to revised GCSE league tables.

The updated figures measure the progress of pupils between the end of Key Stage Two and their GCSE results at the end of Key Stage Four – a measure known as ‘Progress 8’.

Results are taken from eight subjects, including maths, English and science, with zero being the average rate of progress nationwide.

Chulmleigh Community College’s Progress 8 score of 0.38 – revised from a score of 0.4 in October’s provisional results – ranks them highest of schools in North Devon and above the national average.

Great Torrington School (0.06) and South Molton Community College (0.03) are performing at the national average, with both schools’ revised results an improvement on their provisional scores of -0.03.

Braunton Academy (-0.34), Bideford College (-0.29) and The Park Community School (-0.34) are all below average.

Park’s results are 0.11 better than the provisional figures, but Bideford has seen a slight dip compared to October. Braunton – which posted a 0.2 result in 2016 – has seen it’s 2017 score dip further from the provisional results.

Ilfracombe Academy (-0.56) and Pilton Community College (-0.62) remain well below average, with their revised scores 0.01 lower than October’s provisional figures.

You can compare schools on the Government’s results comparison service website.