City schools braced for GCSE and A-level tables
Steve DownesThe government is on the brink of publishing the GCSE and A-level school league tables, which will show how every school in the country performed in 2009 - including all of those in and around Norwich.Steve Downes
The government is on the brink of publishing the GCSE and A-level school league tables, which will show how every school in the country performed in 2009 - including all of those in and around Norwich.
The Evening News and eveningnews24 will offer unrivalled coverage of the tables, including details of every secondary school in and around the city.
We will tell you how every school has performed at GCSE for the last five years and at A-level for the last four years - giving you the chance to track their progress.
We will also carry stories about the best and the worst of the bunch, including the most improved schools and those where large numbers of pupils are regularly playing truant.
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