Education & Family

Primary league tables: Regional picture

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The map above and the table below show how primary school attainment varies between England's mainstream local authorities.

The authorities are ranked on the percentage of pupils attaining Level 4 in maths, reading and writing.

In the table, the average point score - the average number of points per pupil in the tests - is used as a tie break.

Local authority % pupils achieving level 4 in maths, reading and writing Average points scored per pupil
Richmond upon Thames 87 30.8
Trafford 87 30.3
Sutton 87 30.1
Redbridge 86 29.8
Greenwich 86 29.7
Westminster 86 29.6
Camden 86 29.4
Kensington and Chelsea 85 30.2
Wokingham 85 29.8
Kingston upon Thames 84 30.1
Bromley 84 29.7
Hammersmith and Fulham 84 29.6
Cheshire East 84 29.5
St. Helens 84 28.9
Harrow 83 29.7
Barnet 83 29.6
Hertfordshire 83 29.5
Bath and North East Somerset 83 29.4
Hounslow 83 29.4
Havering 83 29.3
Warrington 83 29.3
Redcar and Cleveland 83 29.1
Windsor and Maidenhead 82 29.6
Surrey 82 29.3
Wandsworth 82 29.2
West Berkshire 82 29.2
Hampshire 82 29.1
Lambeth 82 29.1
Newham 82 29.1
Wigan 82 29.1
Islington 82 29
Tower Hamlets 82 28.8
Warwickshire 81 29.3
Gloucestershire 81 29.2
Brighton and Hove 81 29.1
Derbyshire 81 29.1
Ealing 81 29.1
Hillingdon 81 29.1
Devon 81 29
North Somerset 81 29
Bolton 81 28.9
Darlington 81 28.9
Isles of Scilly 81 28.9
Lancashire 81 28.9
Southwark 81 28.9
Swindon 81 28.9
Waltham Forest 81 28.9
Southampton 81 28.7
Solihull 80 29.6
Buckinghamshire 80 29.4
Lewisham 80 29.4
Bexley 80 29.2
Brent 80 29.2
Cheshire West and Chester 80 29.1
Hackney 80 29
Sefton 80 29
Stockport 80 29
East Riding of Yorkshire 80 28.9
Gateshead 80 28.9
South Gloucestershire 80 28.9
Southend-on-Sea 80 28.9
Stockton-on-Tees 80 28.9
Hartlepool 80 28.8
Tameside 80 28.7
Bournemouth 80 28.6
Newcastle upon Tyne 80 28.6
Oldham 80 28.6
Merton 79 29.3
Northumberland 79 29
York 79 29
Calderdale 79 28.9
Kent 79 28.9
Milton Keynes 79 28.9
Cumbria 79 28.8
Essex 79 28.8
Haringey 79 28.8
Leicestershire 79 28.8
County Durham 79 28.7
Nottinghamshire 79 28.7
Bracknell Forest 79 28.6
Bury 79 28.6
Halton 79 28.6
Sunderland 79 28.6
Salford 79 28.5
Manchester 79 28.4
Wolverhampton 79 28.4
Oxfordshire 78 28.9
Wiltshire 78 28.9
North Tyneside 78 28.8
Shropshire 78 28.8
Slough 78 28.8
Barking and Dagenham 78 28.7
Enfield 78 28.7
Somerset 78 28.7
Wirral 78 28.7
Telford and Wrekin 78 28.6
Dudley 78 28.5
East Sussex 78 28.5
Blackpool 78 28.4
Kirklees 78 28.4
Middlesbrough 78 28.4
Sandwell 78 28.4
Staffordshire 77 28.7
Central Bedfordshire 77 28.6
Cornwall 77 28.6
North Yorkshire 77 28.6
West Sussex 77 28.6
Dorset 77 28.5
Lincolnshire 77 28.5
Rochdale 77 28.5
Thurrock 77 28.5
Worcestershire 77 28.5
Derby 77 28.3
Rotherham 77 28.3
Torbay 77 28.3
Stoke-on-Trent 77 28.2
Knowsley 77 28.1
Cambridgeshire 76 28.7
Herefordshire, County of 76 28.4
Leeds 76 28.4
Liverpool 76 28.4
Northamptonshire 76 28.4
Bristol, City of 76 28.3
Coventry 76 28.3
Sheffield 76 28.3
Barnsley 76 28.2
Nottingham 76 28
Croydon 75 28.5
South Tyneside 75 28.5
Birmingham 75 28.3
Blackburn with Darwen 75 28.3
North Lincolnshire 75 28.3
Portsmouth 75 28.3
Reading 75 28.2
Isle of Wight 75 28.1
Kingston Upon Hull, City of 75 28.1
Leicester 75 28.1
Medway 75 28.1
North East Lincolnshire 75 28
Wakefield 74 28.3
Bedford 74 28.2
Doncaster 74 28.2
Norfolk 74 28.1
Plymouth 74 28.1
Suffolk 74 28.1
Peterborough 73 28.1
Walsall 73 27.9
Bradford 73 27.8
Poole 72 28.2
Rutland 71 28.4
Luton 70 28

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