The best and worst secondary schools in Lewisham by pupil progression have been revealed.

Provisional results were released on October 12 by the government that show how well students did in their GCSE and English Baccalaureate exams.

The schools were ranked on how much grades went up and were given a Progress 8 score.

If the Progress 8 score is above zero it means the school has progressed. If it is below zero it means it has regressed.

Although not every school in Lewisham has had their provisional results published yet, early signs are not good for the borough.

The average across Lewisham is down 0.27, while across England state-funded schools are only down by 0.03.

Not every Lewisham School saw a drop in student performance, with Prendergast school scoring a +0.43 and Bonus Pastor Catholic College storing +0.4.

Here are the full results:

  • Prendergast School: +0.43
  • Bonus Pastor Catholic College: +0.4
  • Sydenham School: +0.3
  • St Matthew Academy: +0.23
  • Haberdashers' Aske's Hatcham College: +0.16
  • Predergast Vale School: -0.13
  • Deptford Green School: -0.34
  • Conisborough College: -0.37
  • Trinity Church of England School, Lewisham: -0.42
  • Haberdashers' Aske's Knights Academy: -0.5
  • Addey and Stanhope School: -0.63
  • Forest Hill School: -0.74
  • Prendergast Ladywell School: -0.76
  • Sedgehill School: -1.03