The Sunday Times Britain's best schools

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See the schools that achieve the best A-level and GCSE results in the region where you live

Alastair McCall, Sanya Burgess and Sam Joiner

In the final week of our series, we look at the top state and independent secondary schools in the West Midlands, East Midlands, Southwest and Wales, based on their examination results from summer 2014.

Explore the map below, which now features all the regions in England and Wales, to see the top-performing schools. Each dot represents a school. Click on any to reveal its regional ranking and national ranking based on the proportion of A* to B grades grades achieved at A-level and the proportion of A* and A grades gained by GCSE last summer. Last week's data on London schools can be seen on the map also, just use the + and - buttons to zoom in and out, or use your finger or mouse to drag the map.

Alternatively, there is a searchable table below the map listing all the schools. You can also use the navigation bar above to go directly to the map or any of the available tables.

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The top state and independent schools in London

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The top state and independent schools in the North

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The top state and independent schools in the Northwest

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The top state and independent schools in the Southeast

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The top state and independent schools in East Anglia

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The top state and independent schools in the Southwest

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The top state and independent schools in the West Midlands

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The top state and independent schools in the East Midlands

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The top state and independent schools in Wales