Primary school league tables in Medway

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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 Faiths' Children's Community School 79 79 79 4 100 83
All Saints Church of England Primary School, Chatham 77 79 82 21 87 95
Allhallows Primary School 56 72 56 6 89 56
Balfour Junior School 77 83 83 28 91 78
Barnsole Junior School 65 72 72 8 72 73
Bligh Junior School 74 77 80 9 80 83
Brompton-Westbrook Primary School 81 84 84 10 97 90
Burnt Oak Primary School 40 53 50 8 74 58
Byron Primary School 49 63 59 7 77 66
Chattenden Primary School 83 83 96 8 96 100
Cliffe Woods Primary School 93 93 100 34 89 100
Cuxton Community Junior School 68 77 68 26 90 81
Deanwood Primary School 68 77 77 14 75 75
Delce Junior School 49 77 56 13 79 54
Elaine Primary School 50 62 53 12 82 70
English Martyrs' Catholic Primary School 80 87 83 30 90 86
Fairview Community Primary School 70 84 77 18 80 79
Featherby Junior School 62 75 67 13 76 64
Glencoe Junior School 35 42 65 0 63 74
Gordon Junior School 76 87 79 18 78 79
Halling Primary School 70 70 76 21 91 85
Hempstead Junior School 89 98 91 33 93 93
High Halstow Primary School 70 80 80 17 80 83
Hilltop Primary School 76 82 84 29 87 89
Hoo St Werburgh Primary School and Marlborough Centre 63 65 65 17 80 75
Horsted Junior School 71 84 75 20 69 67
Kingfisher Community Primary School 54 54 65 15 88 80
Lordswood School 78 83 85 7 80 80
Luton Junior School 39 41 53 5 67 70
Maundene School 78 79 87 25 89 90
Miers Court Primary School 79 88 83 34 90 90
Napier Community Primary and Nursery School 64 76 69 10 77 77
New Road School and Nursery Unit 81 81 81 8 94 89
Oaklands Junior School 53 70 62 11 73 71
Park Wood Junior School 86 91 88 23 89 90
The Pilgrim School 77 77 83 20 100 93
Riverside Primary School 50 67 61 17 83 61
Saxon Way Primary School 50 63 63 8 100 70
Sherwin Knight Junior School 61 69 70 11 65 73
Skinner Street Primary School 37 54 46 10 84 58
Spinnens Acre Community Junior School 75 83 81 16 69 73
St Augustine of Canterbury Catholic Primary School 73 92 73 31 88 77
St Benedict's Roman Catholic Primary School 77 90 77 30 83 77
St Helen's Church of England Primary School, Cliffe 77 86 82 23 90 81
St James' Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School 37 63 47 5 68 53
St Margaret's CofE Voluntary Controlled Junior School, Rainham 79 82 83 25 84 87
St Margaret's at Troy Town CofE Voluntary Controlled Primary School 64 75 71 21 85 78
St Mary's Catholic Primary School 74 88 82 35 94 85
St Mary's Island Church of England (Aided) Primary School 67 78 69 16 74 53
St Michael's RC Primary School 74 79 77 23 85 79
St Thomas More Roman Catholic Primary School 93 93 100 38 98 98
St Thomas of Canterbury RC Primary School 83 93 88 32 95 93
St William of Perth Roman Catholic Primary School 78 81 89 22 89 93
Stoke Community School 55 64 64 0 45 45
Temple Mill Primary School 63 70 70 19 89 74
Thames View Junior School 61 74 65 9 75 58
Twydall Primary School, Nursery and Children's Centre NA NA NA NA NA NA
Wainscott Primary School 70 83 80 17 83 77
Walderslade Primary School 90 90 93 30 87 97
Warren Wood Community Primary School and Language Unit 46 51 59 5 88 71
Wayfield Community Primary School and Nursery Unit 43 79 43 0 92 62
Woodlands Primary School 61 71 71 4 80 78
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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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