New league tables released by the government earlier this week reveal Dr Challoner's is top in Bucks in all measures.

Headteacher of the school in Little Chalfont, Alan Roe, sent his congratulations to the staff and students for the most recent stats.

Often considered as one of the most significant measures is a school’s Progress 8 score, which shows how much academic progress (value added) students have made between primary school and Year 11.

It shows that Dr Challoner's High School students made more than one grade of additional progress for each of eight GCSE subjects, than would be expected, when they were compared to students nationally who attained the same SATS results at primary school meaning at Dr Challoner’s High School, grade 5's are turned into 6's, grade 8's into 9's and so on.

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At the school 100% of students received a garde 5 or above in English and Maths GCSE, with Wycombe High School and Beaconsfield High School falling just behind with 98%.

Bucks Free Press:

Alan Roe said “We are a school of personal bests and this was shown in a different way by all girls achieving a ‘strong pass’ of at least a Grade 5 in English and Maths, which is very hard to do.

"We all have our weaknesses as well as strengths and so we put considerable effort into supporting girls in the subjects they find harder, so that none slip through the net.

"Congratulations again to our wonderful staff and students.”