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PostPosted: Thu Mar 03, 2016 11:18 am 
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How is queens bushey in terms of academic compared to the grammars and habs?

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 Post subject: Re: Queens' School
PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2016 8:39 am 
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billywhizz wrote:
How is queens bushey in terms of academic compared to the grammars and habs?

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As it does not select wholly on academic ability, you would not expect the overall results in terms of public exams to be the same as schools which do. What you should be looking at, is how pupils progress - look at the school details on the DfE website and you will see how the GCSE results compare to the level of achievement at KS2 of the various subgroups within that cohort, amongst other things.

As to the actual day to day experience of being in any of the schools, I'm sure others actually in your area will be able to help :)

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