SALISBURY’S South Wilts Grammar School has topped the government’s league tables for GCSE results in Wiltshire.

The boys’ grammar school, Bishop Wordsworth’s is ranked second on the county’s list, which places schools depending on the number of pupils getting five or more GCSEs at grade C or above including maths and English.

South Wilts is ranked third for the number of pupils getting three or more A-levels, while Bishop Wordsworth’s is fifth.

Both schools feature in the top 200 secondary schools in the country for both GCSE results, with South Wilts also featuring the top 200 for A-level results.

At the bottom of the county table for GCSE results is Salisbury’s Sarum Academy, with Stonehenge School in Amesbury second from bottom.

Results based on GCSEs at grades A* to C (of 37 schools ranked in Wiltshire):

South Wilts Grammar School (1)

Bishop Wordsworth’s Grammar School (2)

Godolphin School (5)

Leehurst Swan (9)

St Edmund’s (10)

Wyvern College (24)

Trafalgar School at Downton (25)

St Joseph’s Schools (26)

Wellington Academy (32)

Avon Valley College (34)

The Stonehenge School (36)

Sarum Academy (37)

Results based on A/AS level points (of 29 schools and colleges ranked in Wiltshire)

South Wilts Grammar School (1)

Bishop Wordsworth's School (5)

The Godolphin School (6)

Sarum Academy (19)

Avon Valley College (26)

Wellington Academy (27)

Wiltshire College (29)