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These are our top three highest rated schools in Edmonton:

1st place

The Latymer School

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We have now assembled all the data for all the schools around the Firs Lane area and our # 1 recommended school is The Latymer School. They've got an Ofsted rating of 2 which is among the highest awarded and at School Guide we have given them a value added score of 20.7 which is wonderful. 100% of students at this school on average achieve accreditation equal to at least 3 A-levels at grades A*-E. This above average score breeds confidence in the parents of pupils attending King Edward's School. This large school has over One thousand learners, their total is 1077. Sidcot School is ideal for parents raising their children in the Quaker faith as this is a Quaker school. This is a primary school admitting children aged between 4 and 11 yrs . old. The selection of primary school is essential to generate a formidable platform of education. Locating a school that will support your children is very important when picking one. Among the best ways to work out how much nourishment your daughter or son will get is to consider the teacher to pupil ratio. This school has 15.5:1 teachers per student.

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11 - 18
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Voluntary Aided School

2nd place

Edmonton County School

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The subsequent highest performing school in Noke Street is the terrific St Edward's Church of England School & Sixth Form College. The Ofsted rating of Sharnbrook Upper School is 2 and their value added score is 30.4. Using both these barometers you can determine the top quality of this school. The proportion of pupils at this school that get as a minimum equivalent to 3 A levels at A* to E grades is 78%. This is below the national average and may suggest the requirement for enhancement in teaching standards at Focus School - Swaffham Campus. Tollbar Academy is quite a large school with over A thousand pupils, this big school is managing to be one of the best schools in Middlethorpe. This school is completely secular so kids coming from all sorts of backgrounds will be accepted and feel welcome. This primary school admits children between 4 and 11. Obtaining the best education for your child first will ensure them a strong basic foundation on which they can have a very happy and enjoyable life. In this school the ratio of students to teachers is 14.3:1 that's below the national average. Which means that the teachers might be a little more busy than usual when teaching and aiding their students.

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1715
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4 - 18
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Mixed
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Community School

3rd place

Winchmore School

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Our 3 rd highest ranked school in Hallowes is Tormead School. We determined this rank thanks to the school's performance data. They have got an Ofsted rating of 1 which is one of the best awarded and at School Guide we've given them a value added score of 13.4 which is superb. The accomplishment level to get at least 3 A-levels at grades A*-E at Winchmore School is 50% and that is below the country's average. This is a large school with more than 1000 pupils. This school has a wide array of children. This school is totally secular so children from all forms of backgrounds shall be accepted and feel accepted. This primary school admits children between the ages of 4 and 11. Finding the best education for your child very early will make sure them a good platform where they could have a very happy and gratifying lifetime. Choosing a school that will nurture your kid is very important when choosing one. Among the best approaches to figure out how much nourishment your little one will get is to consider the teacher to pupil ratio. This school has 12.0:1 teachers per student.

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Pupils
1569
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11 - 18
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Community School

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