Financial Times ranks Bellerbys College Brighton in the top 30 secondary schools in England
16 November 2012
The 2012 Financial Times (FT) school league table ranks 2,179 schools in England and Bellerbys College Brighton is placed at an impressive 29.
With Bellerbys Cambridge holding its position at 47, both colleges are ahead of many prestigious and internationally-recognised schools including Brighton College (49), Abbey College Cambridge (59), Charterhouse (81), and Roedean (136) to name just a few.
Nigel Addison Principal of Bellerbys Brighton commented, ‘Bellerbys Brighton's position of 29, ahead of Cambridge Tutors, Abbey College Cambridge and Brighton College, illustrates the benefits and importance of highly qualified teachers with years and years of experience.'
Year-on-year Bellerbys College produces outstanding results. In 2012 50% of successful A Level students graduated to the top 15 universities. 57% of all A levels were graded A* or A, which is twice the national average.
John Rushton, Principal at Bellerbys Cambridge was delighted with the results. ‘At Bellerbys College we have dedicated and experienced teachers who know how to get the best from all their students.’
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