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After being ranked the top independent school in London and fourth nationally in The Daily Telegraph GCSE league tables published in January 2011, The Swaminarayan School has been recognised as the third best independent school of its size after this year’s A-Level results in a table [opens image of table, with TSS in red outline box] published by the same broadsheet news outlet.
The School was listed in third position among the country’s smaller independent schools (those entering between 10 and 24 candidates) according to the data supplied by the Independent Schools Council. The points score – which is the basis of the standings drawn largely from the percentage of A* and A grades at A-Level – was 61.70 for the 2011 results.
This outstanding achievement builds on similar results and other awards of recognition over the years at various levels.
Ms Harper, Head of Sixth Form, expressed her gratitude to everyone who had contributed to this success by saying: “Congratulations to the students for such excellent results which will help them in their future academic and professional careers. I would also like to thanks the parents, teachers, governors and all other supporters of the School in contributing to the overwhelming success.”
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