Theale Green School has topped the government’s league table for A Level results it has been revealed.  

Out of 22 schools in West Berkshire with a 16-18 provision, Theale Green School came top, with a 0.45 ‘well above average’ progress score and ranked in the top 1% of schools across the country for performance. 

Last summer, 48% of Theale Green’s sixth form students achieved A*-B and 73% achieved A*- C.  

Many students at this sixth form go on to secure places at one of the elite Russell Group universities, highly sought-after apprenticeships (such as with leading employer, National Grid) and for the last three years, Theale Green has seen students accepted at Oxford or Cambridge. 

Headteacher at Theale Green School, Joanna Halliday, said: “Last summer we celebrated with each and every sixth former. For every individual student this is the next step towards their future, and we feel privileged to have shared their seven year journey.”

Theale Green School maintains a rich and impressive heritage of the Creative Arts and Sport, whilst offering students a broad curriculum. The school also offers the Extended Project Qualification which helps develop the study skills required by the best universities in the country.