A MANSFIELD academy is celebrating after its exam results for 2012 took it into the top eight per cent of schools in the country.
The number of Brunts Academy pupils who achieved their expected exam results has risen significantly from last year.
Data has been collated by RAISEonline, who produce data for Ofsted, which shows the ‘value added’ figure for Brunts exam results has risen to 1,029 from 1,019 in 2011.
The figure shows the number of students who have achieved exam results which were expected of them.
The figure puts Brunts in the top eight per cent of all schools in the country.
The national average figure is 1,000.
Janice Addison, principal at the Park Avenue school, is delighted with the results.
She added: “Considering the national average is 1,000 , we are tremendously proud of the achievements of our students and our dedicated and hardworking staff.
“We are delighted that so many of our students have such a good set of exam results to take them forward to the next stage of their education.”
RAISEonline provides interactive analysis of school and pupil performance data.
The latest set of results come from this year’s Key Stage Four exam results.
To see the summary of all results log onto www.raiseonline.org.