Annal Nayyar blogs Tories’ flagship free school outperforms Wellington and Marlborough in A level results

The Tories’ flagship free school, the London Academy of Excellence, has outperformed the likes of Wellington College, Roedean and Marlborough College.

Set up in Newham, a deprived part of East London, the school is the first of its kind to see more students score AAB in at least two subjects commonly required by universities, like English and maths, than a number of top independent schools.

Of the 160 A level pupils on its roll, 63 of the first cohort achieved AAB in at least two facilitating subjects last summer – that is 39 per cent of the total number in the school sitting A-Levels.

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