THE best performing secondary schools in Wirral have been revealed based on this summer's GCSE exam results.

The government has released its provisional 'league tables' showing how well individual schools have performed based on several measures.

These tables that have been released by the department for education are not as detailed as the full secondary performance tables which will be issued in January.

But provisional results are issued to give parents an indication of individual schools perform as they choose a high school for their child.

The schools are ranked by the government’s new provisional progress 8 scores, which measure the progress pupils made between their year 6 SATs and their GCSEs in year 11.​

Also included is the percentage of pupils who achieved 9-5 grades in English and maths.

How did your child's school do?

Upton Hall School FCJ: Well Above Average; 91.1 per cent

Wirral Grammar School for Girls: Well Above Average; 92.9 per cent

West Kirby Grammar School: Well Above Average; 93.1 per cent

St John Plessington Catholic College: Above Average; 30 per cent

Prenton High School for Girls: Above Average; 44.7 per cent

Pensby High School: Above Average; 34 per cent

Wirral Grammar School for Boys: Above Average; 88.9 per cent

Birkenhead High School Academy: Above Average; 28 per cent

Calday Grange Grammar School: Above Average: 90.5 per cent

Weatherhead High School: Average: 43.7 per cent

Woodchurch High School: Average: 30.3 per cent

Hilbre High School: Average: 26.8 per cent

St Anselm's College: Average: 73.1 per cent

Ridgeway High School: Average: 19 per cent

South Wirral High School: Average: 27.2 per cent

St Mary's Catholic College: Below Average: 23.6 per cent

Birkenhead Park School: Below Average: 26.3 per cent

Bebington High Sports College: Below Average: 16.8 per cent

The Oldershaw Academy: Well Below Average: 27.3 per cent

The Mosslands School: Well Below Average: 20 per cent

You can view the table online here.