Primary school league tables in Stoke-on-Trent

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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
Abbey Hulton Primary School 48 52 56 12 92 88
Alexandra Junior School 79 87 83 9 76 92
Ash Green Primary School 90 93 93 25 90 93
Ball Green Primary School 71 75 75 8 71 83
Belgrave CofE (C) Primary School 84 84 88 2 74 91
Blurton Primary School 78 87 87 9 96 91
Burnwood Community Primary School 46 60 63 12 96 88
Carmountside Primary School 83 83 83 28 100 100
Christchurch CofE Primary School 77 85 85 23 96 96
Clarice Cliff Primary School 49 66 58 3 59 48
Crescent Primary School 83 88 90 14 98 95
Eaton Park Primary School 70 80 79 20 90 82
Etruscan Primary School 79 82 85 15 94 94
Forest Park Primary School 66 73 73 22 97 88
Gladstone Primary 56 66 59 19 88 88
Glebe Primary School 63 63 90 10 83 90
Goldenhill Primary School 85 89 85 19 93 96
Greenways Primary School 75 86 82 7 82 79
Grove Junior School 87 91 91 14 80 88
Hanley St Luke's CofE Aided Primary School 66 77 68 9 86 71
Harpfield Primary School 52 68 72 16 88 80
Heron Cross Primary School 86 90 95 10 86 95
Hillside Primary School 78 78 89 33 100 100
Holden Lane Primary School 50 65 69 15 79 88
Hollywall Primary School 0 30 0 0 67 56
John Baskeyfield VC CofE Primary School 28 54 39 11 76 60
Kingsland CofE(C) Primary School 58 61 71 13 92 92
Maple Court Primary School 58 65 69 0 89 80
Mill Hill Primary School 61 74 70 7 95 75
Milton Primary School 77 87 87 17 93 93
Moorpark Junior School 71 73 78 8 80 85
New Ford Primary School 74 86 79 5 100 84
Newstead Primary School 78 91 83 52 96 100
Norton Primary School 88 88 92 12 96 96
Oakhill Primary School 61 74 72 15 91 84
Our Lady and St Benedict Catholic Primary School 87 87 100 7 93 100
Our Lady's Catholic Primary School 70 93 73 13 100 79
Packmoor Primary School 52 54 69 6 63 80
Park Hall Primary School 76 82 88 24 76 88
Priory CofE Primary School 68 81 70 23 85 81
Sandford Hill Primary School 88 88 93 5 78 95
Sandon Primary School 86 89 95 7 91 95
Smallthorne Primary School 90 90 97 52 90 97
Sneyd Green Primary School 54 74 56 10 82 66
St Augustine's RC (A) Primary School 79 79 93 18 81 89
St George and St Martin's Catholic Primary School 77 87 87 10 86 86
St Gregory's Catholic Primary School 85 85 90 25 78 92
St John's CofE (A) Primary School 64 83 72 11 89 76
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Goldenhill 66 69 78 16 71 74
St Maria Goretti Catholic Primary School 77 80 80 10 96 93
St Mark's CofE (A) Primary School 61 84 66 9 96 85
St Mary's CofE VA Primary School 69 77 74 3 91 83
St Marys Catholic Primary School 85 93 89 33 100 93
St Matthews CofE (A) Primary School SS SS SS SS SS SS
St Paul's CofE (C) Primary School 56 59 70 11 52 81
St Peter's Catholic Primary School 82 89 82 14 83 92
St Teresa's Catholic (A) Primary School 73 93 73 33 91 64
St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary School 90 93 90 23 90 97
St Wilfrid's Catholic Primary School 93 95 95 28 100 100
Stoke Minster CofE Aided Primary School 72 91 77 23 100 83
Summerbank Primary School 59 65 94 9 94 97
Sutherland Primary School 76 87 80 13 81 83
Waterside Primary School 46 73 50 8 95 67
Weston Coyney Junior School 84 88 88 10 74 90
Whitfield Valley Primary School 71 76 74 24 91 82
The Willows Primary School 82 84 84 14 86 86
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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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