Thousands of pupils will pick up their GCSE results today - and www.londoninformer.co.uk has got it covered.
Keep checking the site throughout the day for results for each school as they become available, pictures of the big day and reaction from pupils and teachers.
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CARDINAL VAUGHAN MEMORIAL SCHOOL IN ADDISON ROAD, WEST KENSINGTON
A* 26% 17%
A 30% 27%
B 24% 29%
C 13% 19%
D 5% 7%
E 2% 1%
Deputy headteacher Paul Stubbings said: "The credit for these results goes to the pupils themselves, who all worked so hard, and the teachers, who taught the so well. We would like to congratulate them all. In terms of A*s and As, these are the best results in our history."
Daniel Murphy gets 5 A* and 4 As and Konrad Grose gets 10 A* and 1 A. Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School. Kensington
HURLINGHAM AND CHELSEA SCHOOL IN PETERBOROUGH ROAD, FULHAM
Interim headteacher Bernie Peploe said: "I'm delighted for the students and their families. The figures released today (72 per cent of pupils attained five or more A* to C GCSEs) show a 19 per cent improvement on last year's GCSE results. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all the staff for their continued hard work and commitment to the school."
Students with 5 or more A* - C grades (including English and maths) - 48%
Students with 5 or more A* - C grades (including maths) - 53%
Students with 5 or more A* - C (including English) - 69%
Students who got a least one A - G GCSE - 100%
HOLLAND PARK SCHOOL, AIRLIE GARDENS
Students with 5 or more A* - C grades - 75%
HURLINGHAM AND CHELSEA SCHOOL, PETERBOROUGH ROAD, FULHAM
Students with 5 or more A* - C grades - 84%
Headteacher Phil Cross said: "We are delighted with the results - students have made more progress than ever and for the third year running we have got the best results in the school's history. We are expecting that trend to continue.
"Given the atempts to destabilise the school over the last two years, it should give the local community confidence that the school is in very good shape and will continue the remarkable achievments to date."
Borough 71% (up 2% from 69%)
Holland Park 72% (up 6% from 66%)
St Thomas More 64% (down 2% from 66%)
Sion Manning 64% (up 8% from 56%)
Cardinal Vaughan 90% (down 6% from 96%)
5+ A*-C with English and mathematics:
Borough 60% (up 3% from 57%)
* Holland Park 55% (up 3% from 52%)
St Thomas More 52% (up 3% from 49%)
Sion Manning 54% (up 11% from 43%)
Cardinal Vaughan 90% (down 3% from 93%)