Primary school league tables in Barking and Dagenham

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What does this mean? School name What does this mean? Expected level in English and maths (%) What does this mean? High achieving pupils (%) What does this mean? Value added
Beam Primary School 94 27 100.7
Becontree Primary School 82 23 100.7
Dorothy Barley Junior School and Special Needs Base (MLD) 70 29 98.6
Eastbury Primary School 69 10 99.6
Five Elms Primary School 80 20 99.5
Gascoigne Primary School 73 19 99
George Carey Church of England Primary School SUPP SUPP SUPP
Godwin Primary School 58 10 99.6
Grafton Primary School 81 27 100.6
Henry Green Primary School 79 16 99.6
Hunters Hall Primary School 82 19 100.3
The James Cambell Primary School 63 11 98.3
John Perry Primary School 83 22 101.1
The Leys Primary School 69 17 101.1
Manor Infants' School/Manor Longbridge 73 27 99.5
Manor Junior School 89 38 99.8
Marks Gate Junior School 76 20 99.3
Marsh Green Primary School 74 19 100.3
Monteagle Primary School 72 13 98.5
Northbury Junior School 85 22 100.4
Parsloes Primary School 78 8 100
Richard Alibon Primary School with ARP for Cognitive and Learning Difficulties : SEN Base 67 17 99.8
Ripple Primary School 73 14 101.3
Roding Primary School 72 17 99.9
Rush Green Junior School 75 23 98.9
Southwood Primary School 79 17 99.4
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School 83 21 99.6
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School 79 18 100.8
St Margarets CofE Primary School 83 23 99
St Peter's Catholic Primary School 87 27 100.2
The St Teresa Catholic Primary School 96 46 101
St Vincent's Catholic Primary School 100 24 99.9
Thames View Junior School 87 21 100
Thomas Arnold Primary School 55 11 98.7
Valence Primary School 93 35 99.7
Warren Junior School 89 30 100.3
William Bellamy Primary School 76 15 98.8
William Ford CofE Primary School 98 40 101.3
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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
% High achieving pupils
Percentage of Year 6 pupils reaching Level 5, the level expected of a 14-year-old, in both English and maths
Value added
A school's value added score shows how well it helps pupils to progress
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