The guide, which will be published in contains the 2,000 of the highest-achieving state and independent schools in the UK, ranked by their latest exam results. “Whether they are academic, creative, athletic, or entrepreneurial, our students can thrive in an environment that is caring and supportive. Sheffield's secondary schools scored an average of 0.01, which, with a positive figure meaning students are making better than expected progress and a negative one the reverse, suggests they are performing broadly in line with expectations. Information such as headteacher's name, school website, address, location on the map, … The Best UK School Guide: Easy to Use, Built for Parents. He also pointed out that the college had less time to influence students' progress scores, as they join aged 14, not 11. Every month I hear from former students who have gone on to do great things, to really contribute to their community and the wider world – and that is the best accolade we could hope for.”. Improved performance by pupils at Silverdale School, in Bents Green, saw it climb 43 places to 197 in the national independent school standings in the last year, ranking sixth in the top 10 state secondary schools in the region. Sheffield Park Academy: 0.95 (well above average), Newfield Secondary School: 0.85 (well above average), Handsworth Grange Community Sports College: 0.77 (well above average), Sheffield Springs Academy: 0.66 (well above average), King Ecgbert School: 0.52 (well above average), Outwood Academy City: 0.32 (above average), Hinde House 3-16 School: 0.29 (above average), Fir Vale School Academy Trust: 0.21 (above average), Notre Dame High School: 0.19 (above average), All Saints' Catholic High School: 0.01 (average), Forge Valley School: -0.23 (below average), Meadowhead School Academy Trust: -0.32 (below average), Birley Community College: -0.33 (below average), Stocksbridge High School: -0.38 (below average), Bradfield School: -0.6 (well below average), Chaucer School: -0.63 (well below average), Yewlands Academy: -0.88 (well below average), UTC Sheffield: -1.19 (well below average), * Bents Green School: -1.64 (well below average), * Holgate Meadows School: -2.04 (well below average), * Heritage Park School: -2.71 (well below average), This website and its associated newspaper are members of Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO). These measures are rather crude though. UTC Sheffield, in the city centre, scored lower than any other mainstream school in Sheffield, with a rating of -1.19. The Progress 8 score is calculated by comparing pupils' results at key stage three, when they finish primary school, with their attainments aged 16, when they sit their GCSEs or equivalent qualifications. "We know from our data that young people’s progress accelerates once they join us, they achieve excellent technical results and benefit from fantastic employment, career and university prospects - including Cambridge University this year.". This year our success in maths, science and languages has been particularly good. According to the ‘Parent Power: The Sunday Times Schools Guide 2020’ list, Silverdale School and Tapton School are among the top 10 state secondary schools in … It was one of four mainstream schools in the city judged to be performing 'well below average', putting them in the bottom 12 per cent nationally. The North of England ratings cover Yorkshire, with separate rankings for the North East and North West.