Harrow education missing top positions

None of the Harrow schools are within the top 100 schools in England with the best results at GCSE, according to the recent release of the school league tables.
All or the vast majority of their pupils attained the benchmark of five A*-C grades in GCSEs or equivalent qualifications, including maths and English GCSEs.
These top 100 schools include schools in Barnet, Enfield and Redbridge.
The situation regarding A-Level results is no different. With the exception of the independent Harrow School and North London Collegiate School, no other Harrow schools are in the lists of 100 schools and colleges in England with the best A-level results.
Schools in Haringey, Barnet, Redbridge, Southwark, Camden, Ealing and Enfield are included in this top list.
Harrow’s absence in the top ten of a series of Department for Education tables on higher education, in some cases more than Brent, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest, is a further let down for parents who expect best education opportunities and results for their children in Harrow.
Harrow’s position in the top leagues is disappointing and becomes more concerning considering that Harrow has a thriving private tutoring.
It was not very long ago that Harrow stayed at the top in many education areas.