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These performance tables have been developed by the two trade unions representing Head Teachers (ASCL and NAHT), independent school and academy group United Learning and specialists in raising education standards, PixL.
The performance tables will first publish this autumn starting with the 2014 GCSE results. It is intended that, over the next three years, these will become the established, independent means of publishing data that bypasses politicians and government.
As the tables become more established, they will be broadened to include other areas of significant interest to parents including the quality of extra-curricular activity and the wider educational experience that pupils receive.