St Peter’s School noted as top-ranking in The Sunday Times


 The Sunday Times Parent Power list has once again ranked St Peter’s School, York in the top 100 independent schools in the UK, second across the North of England and the top-ranked independent school in the City of York.

St Peter’s School’s ranking for 2022 is based on A Level and GCSE results from 2017 to 2019, with an average of 81.4% of grades being A*-B at A Level and 70% of grades being 9-7 (A*/A) at GCSE over the three years.

The last set of full public examination results in 2019 saw 84.6% of grades at A*-B at A Level and 68.7% of grades being 9-7 (A*/A) at GCSE.

In 2021, 91% of grades were A*-B at A Level and 75.7% of grades at GCSE were 9-7 (A*/A).

St Peter’s has long-been recognised as one of the top schools in the country. The School was named The Sunday Times North Independent Second School of the Year 2019 and more recently was named the TES Independent School of the Year 2021. St Peter’s is proud to work in partnership with other independent and state schools in York as part of the York Independent State Schools Partnership (ISSP). The partnership brings together three independent schools and nine state schools and, together, these schools provide exceptional opportunities for pupils across York.

Headmaster, Jeremy Walker said of the 2022 Parent Power List: “It is very rewarding to see the excellence of St Peter’s recognised once again as one of the top schools in the country and a leader of education in the North of England. Our pupils do achieve remarkable success in public examinations, but it is the huge range of skills, interests and values which they develop in and out of the classroom which sets them up for a confident, fulfilled life where they will make a positive impact on their world.”

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