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    A Level Performance System

    Alps (Advanced Level Performance System) is a national database which looks annually at all results from all post 16 providers (State and Independent) In 2011 the database was created from the results of 671,128 A levels taken by 227,212 students in 2,428 schools and colleges during June 2010, taken from the complete national data-set supplied to Alps by the Department for Education.

    A Level Success continues

    Student performance at King Edward VII has for the third consecutive year running been ranked in the top 15% of all post 16 providers nationally and is only one of 3 schools in the whole of Leicestershire to be awarded this accolade for 2011 A level results (other schools being in Shepshed and Melton Mowbray)

    This success has been due to the outstanding teaching by subject specialists and exceptional pastoral care students receive. Subjects across a variety of areas appear in the National top 25% including Art and Design, French, Applied Science and Psychology. While for the second year running Further Maths students performed in the top 10% nationally. Needless to say we are very proud of our student’s hard work and their achievements.