In 2015, it was also ranked the top non-selective state school for GCSE and A level combined by The Sunday Times (see article extract below):
A Comprehensive Leap of Faith (published in The Sunday Times on 22 November 2015 and written by Sian Griffiths)
Jewish schools prove that partnership between teachers, pupils and parents can get top results from children of all abilities
Jewish faith schools have claimed the four top places among the highest-performing comprehensives in The Sunday Times exam league tables.
Leading the way is Hasmonean High School in northwest London, with 81.5% of A-levels graded A*-B and 60% of GCSEs A* or A. Yavneh College in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire is second, King David High School in Manchester third and the Jewish Free School (JFS) in Brent, northwest London, is fourth.
With 285 comprehensives among our top 500 state secondaries, there is plenty of evidence that mixed-ability education can work. However, the Jewish faith schools prove that it is possible to score truly glittering exam results with a non-selective intake.