Primary school league tables in Luton

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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
Barnfield Moorlands Free School 87 33 99.3
Beech Hill Community Primary School 72 17 99.5
Beechwood Primary School 76 14 98.8
Bramingham Primary School 74 13 99.5
Bushmead Primary School 81 26 98.8
Chantry Primary Academy 90 22 100
Dallow Primary School 43 5 98.5
Denbigh Primary School 88 18 100.1
Downside Primary School 72 18 99.9
Farley Junior School 75 12 99.5
Ferrars Junior School 86 20 98.9
Foxdell Junior School 100 25 100.6
Hillborough Junior School 97 38 100.7
Icknield Primary School 73 13 99.3
Leagrave Primary School 74 22 100.2
Maidenhall Primary School 71 11 97.6
The Meads Primary School 79 26 99.9
Norton Road Primary School 78 26 101.2
Pirton Hill Primary School 65 6 98.1
Putteridge Infant School 80 24 97.7
Ramridge Primary School 68 10 99.3
Sacred Heart Primary School 76 35 101.7
Someries Junior School 75 19 98.3
Southfield Primary School 65 12 97.1
St Joseph's Catholic Junior School 78 28 99.5
St Margaret of Scotland Primary School 70 16 98
St Martin de Porres Primary School 80 32 100.1
St Matthew's Primary School 61 13 100.9
Stopsley Community Primary School 76 22 99.8
Sundon Park Junior School 76 18 99.3
Surrey Street Primary School 64 8 99.5
Tennyson Road Primary School 100 29 101.2
Warden Hill Junior School 80 32 99.2
Waulud Primary School 88 18 100.1
Wenlock CofE Junior School 93 29 100.4
Whitefield Primary School 72 4 99.8
Wigmore Primary School 71 17 98.8
William Austin Junior School 69 21 98.9
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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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