Schools from across the UK have published their 2014 GCSE results with the Telegraph – use the interactive searchable results tables above and below to see if your school is featured, and to compare schools across the country.
The table above lists 140 selective state schools, while the table below shows the results of the 198 comprehensive schools who have submitted their results to us.
Data for these tables has been supplied directly by the schools. Some results were excluded from the list because of incomplete data. A table of independent school results will be published separately.
In tables published by the Telegraph, the Tiffin Girls' School, in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, came top of the selective state schools, with 100 per cent of pupils gaining 5 or more A*-C grades and over 92 per cent of pupils gaining A* or A.
Thomas Telford School, a City Technology College in Shropshire, came top of the comprehensive table, with 100 per cent of pupils gaining 5 A*-C grades including English and maths.
The type of school is indicated by G - Grammar, PS - Partially selective and C -Comprehensive
Gender is indicated by B - Boys, G - Girls and M - Mixed
The %A*-C reveals the percentage of candidates with 5 or more A*-C grades including English and Mathematics