Primary school league tables in Coventry

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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
Stanton Bridge Primary School 97 42 105.1
All Souls Catholic Primary School 96 52 102.2
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School 93 40 102.2
Moat House Primary School 82 33 101.9
St Anne's Catholic Primary School 83 25 101.9
Whoberley Hall Primary School 93 15 101.5
Stoke Heath Primary School 89 6 101.3
Willenhall Community Primary School 85 37 101.2
Clifford Bridge Primary School 74 32 101.1
Stoke Primary School 86 20 101.1
Aldermans Green Community Primary School 68 7 101
John Shelton Community Primary School 73 19 101
St Mary and St Benedict Catholic Primary School 80 27 100.9
John Gulson Primary School 73 12 100.9
Christ The King Catholic Primary School 95 45 100.8
Mount Nod Primary School 98 27 100.8
Ravensdale Primary School 88 38 100.8
Spon Gate Primary School 82 27 100.8
St Thomas More Catholic Primary School 89 26 100.8
Holy Family Catholic Primary School 88 35 100.7
Southfields Primary School 61 11 100.6
Allesley Primary School 95 37 100.6
Cannon Park Primary School 79 25 100.6
Aldermoor Farm Primary School 59 12 100.6
Limbrick Wood Primary School 90 14 100.5
St Bartholomew's Church of England Primary School 70 15 100.4
Ernesford Grange Primary School 90 36 100.4
St Osburg's Catholic Primary School 73 23 100.4
Howes Community Primary School 74 26 100.3
Wyken Croft Primary School 85 27 100.3
St Gregory's Catholic Primary School 76 12 100.2
Finham Primary School 92 38 100.2
St Elizabeth's Catholic Primary School, Foleshill 80 13 100.2
Pearl Hyde Community Primary School 92 37 100.2
Little Heath Primary School 43 7 100.1
Potters Green Primary School 67 24 100.1
St John Vianney Catholic Primary School 79 42 100
Earlsdon Primary School 81 42 100
Manor Park Primary School 81 18 99.9
St Augustine's Catholic Primary School 88 4 99.9
Keresley Grange Primary School 64 20 99.9
Radford Primary School 56 16 99.9
All Saints Church of England Primary School 60 28 99.9
Edgewick Community Primary School 67 7 99.8
Hollyfast Primary School 78 29 99.8
St John's Church of England Primary School 65 42 99.8
Hearsall Community Primary School 75 29 99.8
St Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School 70 23 99.8
Whitley Abbey Primary School 79 26 99.7
Richard Lee Primary School 66 13 99.7
Courthouse Green Primary School 60 18 99.7
St Patrick's Catholic Primary School 54 8 99.7
Moseley Primary School 87 11 99.7
Sir Frank Whittle Primary School 79 14 99.7
St Christopher Primary School 83 18 99.7
Park Hill Primary School 93 24 99.7
Longford Park Primary School 71 21 99.6
Holbrook Primary School 63 4 99.6
Templars Primary School 67 16 99.6
Walsgrave Church of England Primary School 84 41 99.6
Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Primary School 74 7 99.5
Good Shepherd Catholic School 86 17 99.5
Eastern Green Junior School 79 29 99.5
Allesley Hall Primary School 81 31 99.5
Joseph Cash Primary School 68 10 99.4
Frederick Bird Primary School 64 6 99.4
St John Fisher Catholic Primary School 79 26 99.3
Charter Primary School 73 7 99.3
Henley Green Primary 64 0 99.2
Parkgate Primary School 70 7 99.2
Stivichall Primary School 84 38 99.2
Coundon Primary School 78 18 99.1
Grange Farm Primary School 84 25 99.1
Broad Heath Community Primary School 71 3 98.9
Stretton Church of England Primary School 45 20 98.9
Corpus Christi Catholic School 72 10 98.8
Gosford Park Primary School 68 20 98.8
Sowe Valley Primary School 70 17 98.7
Leigh Church of England Primary School 70 13 98.5
Whitmore Park Primary School 65 12 98.3
Foleshill Church of England Primary School 60 9 98.2
Grangehurst Primary School 76 19 98.1
Hill Farm Primary School 46 7 97.2
What do the table headers mean?
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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