A Preston school has been ranked as one of the top three in the UK.Advertisement
The Sunday Times 50 state secondary schools league table has a Fulwood school placed third.
Archbishop Temple School in St Vincents Road has been praised for its strong exam results.
Headteacher Mrs Gill Jackson said: “I am absolutely delighted to see just how well this school has done in these league tables.
“It makes incredibly encouraging reading to see that we are 3rd in the whole country for our A/A* grades.
“I’m also very pleased to see schools we work closely with on this list too – clearly we know a thing or two about excellent education in Preston.”
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Archbishop says 90 per cent of pupils achieved good passes in five or more subjects, including English and Maths, during this summer’s GCSE exams.
Two other Preston schools made the Sunday Times top 20, with All Hallows Roman Catholic High School in 8th and Broughton High School was ranked eleventh.
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