Primary school league tables in North Somerset

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What does this mean? School name What does this mean? Expected level in English and maths (%) What does this mean? Expected level in English (%) What does this mean? Expected level in maths (%) What does this mean? Higher level pupils (%) What does this mean? Progress English What does this mean? Progress maths
All Saints East Clevedon Church of England Primary School 92 92 100 33 92 100
Ashcombe Primary School 63 82 68 15 83 65
Backwell Church of England Junior School 88 90 93 28 78 76
Banwell Primary School 71 93 71 25 100 69
Becket Primary School 73 80 80 20 86 83
Birdwell Primary School 70 81 81 37 93 100
Blagdon Primary School 78 89 89 22 100 100
Bournville Community Primary School 67 69 74 2 77 85
Burrington Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School 91 100 91 27 73 82
Castle Batch Community Primary School 79 82 85 10 92 85
Christ Church Church of England Primary School 70 70 87 20 79 82
Churchill Church of England Primary School 90 94 97 26 87 90
Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School 71 81 71 23 87 83
Court-de-Wyck Primary School 65 71 76 24 88 88
Crockerne Church of England Primary School 85 93 90 33 93 93
Dundry Church of England Primary School SS SS SS SS SS SS
Flax Bourton Church of England Primary School 70 70 70 40 100 80
Golden Valley Primary School 98 100 98 55 100 100
Grove Junior School 77 80 85 23 79 83
Herons Moor Community Primary School 73 83 82 20 93 88
High Down Junior School 84 92 86 22 70 78
Hutton Church of England Primary School 86 86 93 10 72 93
Kewstoke Primary School 63 63 81 0 69 63
Kingshill CofE Primary School 33 37 63 0 58 81
Locking Primary School 76 84 79 26 92 84
Mary Elton Primary School 91 93 94 30 91 96
Mead Vale Community Primary School 89 90 92 21 86 92
Milton Park Primary School 78 83 83 10 78 88
Northleaze Church of England Primary School 70 83 73 30 83 80
Oldmixon Primary School 73 73 90 3 96 96
Portishead Primary School 81 88 88 27 96 91
Sandford Primary School 100 100 100 48 96 96
St Andrew's Primary School 74 80 77 23 82 76
St Anne's Church of England Primary School 68 76 76 16 86 76
St Francis Catholic Primary School 93 97 97 55 97 97
St Georges VA Church Primary School 90 93 90 17 79 79
St John the Evangelist Voluntary Aided Church of England Primary School 67 83 69 5 73 63
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School 83 87 87 37 83 60
St Mark's Voluntary Aided Ecumenical CofE/Methodist Primary School 77 85 80 34 90 75
St Martin's Church of England Junior School 64 74 74 12 76 75
St Mary's Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School, Portbury 88 88 88 25 86 86
St Nicholas Chantry Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 73 73 86 24 86 86
St Peter's Church of England Primary School 92 94 92 39 92 88
Tickenham Church of England Primary School 78 78 78 11 100 67
Trinity Anglican-Methodist Primary School 56 83 56 6 78 59
Uphill Primary School 84 91 84 32 93 81
Walliscote Primary School 81 90 83 17 97 89
Windwhistle Primary School 58 65 73 15 85 71
Winford Church of England Primary School 68 95 68 18 86 67
Winscombe Primary School 65 77 77 31 84 84
Worlebury St Paul's Church of England Voluntary Aided First School NA NA NA NA NA NA
Wraxall Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School 100 100 100 13 80 100
Wrington Church of England Primary School 93 100 93 38 96 97
Yatton Church of England Junior School 84 89 88 20 87 79
Yeo Moor Primary School 79 88 84 19 89 87
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School name
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% expected level in English and maths
Percentage of Year 6 pupils attaining the expected level, Level 4, in English and maths
% expected level in English
Percentage of Year 6 pupils attaining the expected level, Level 4, in English
% expected level in maths
Percentage of Year 6 pupils attaining the expected level, Level 4, in maths
% higher level pupils
Percentage of Year 6 pupils reaching Level 5, the level expected of a 14-year-old, in both English and maths
Progress English
Percentage of Year 6 pupils making expected amount of progress in English
Progress maths
Percentage of Year 6 pupils making expected amount of progress in maths

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