Primary school league tables in East Riding of Yorkshire

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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
Warter Church of England Primary School 100 59 102.5
Swinemoor Primary School 87 23 102.2
Springhead Primary School 96 38 102
Swinefleet Primary School 88 25 101.7
Bacon Garth Primary School 100 15 101.5
Beverley St Nicholas Community Primary School 82 36 101.5
Barmby Moor Church of England Primary School 93 27 101.4
Welton Primary School 91 29 101.2
Willerby Carr Lane Primary School 92 32 101.1
Elloughton Primary School 100 33 101
Hook Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 86 39 100.9
Rawcliffe Primary School 100 44 100.9
North Ferriby Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 95 53 100.9
Burton Agnes Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 100 30 100.8
Walkington Primary School 87 36 100.8
Bugthorpe Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 80 30 100.7
Molescroft Primary School 86 42 100.7
Kingsway Primary School 72 25 100.7
Cottingham Croxby Primary School 72 20 100.7
Bubwith Community Primary School 94 31 100.7
Sutton Upon Derwent Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 78 22 100.7
Lockington Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 83 33 100.6
Keldmarsh Primary School 84 38 100.6
Garton-on-the-Wolds Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 90 30 100.6
Wold Newton Foundation School 82 36 100.6
Westfield Primary School 91 45 100.6
Newbald Primary School 100 44 100.5
Mount Pleasant Church of England Voluntary Controlled Junior School 87 45 100.5
New Pasture Lane Primary School 94 35 100.4
Martongate Primary School 77 16 100.4
Howden Junior School 92 34 100.4
Hedon Primary School 64 14 100.4
Leconfield Primary School 76 29 100.4
All Saints Church of England Voluntary Controlled Junior School, Hessle 81 30 100.4
Swanland Primary School 94 43 100.3
Snaith Primary School 87 20 100.3
Wawne Primary School 79 21 100.3
Kirk Ella St Andrew's Community Primary School 86 46 100.3
North Frodingham Primary School 83 17 100.3
Nafferton Primary School 92 24 100.2
Kilham Church of England Voluntary Controlled School 93 27 100.2
Aldbrough Primary School 87 40 100.2
Skirlaugh Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 79 32 100.1
Beverley Minster Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 78 28 100.1
Eastrington Primary School 89 17 100.1
Boothferry Primary School 68 18 100.1
Bilton Community Primary School 83 10 100
Brough Primary School 86 42 100
Boynton Primary School 100 29 100
Preston Primary School 90 14 100
Anlaby Primary School 82 27 99.9
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School 67 27 99.9
Riston Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 100 29 99.9
Thorngumbald Primary School 86 34 99.9
Stamford Bridge Primary School 93 40 99.9
Flamborough CofE Primary School 88 19 99.9
Tickton Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 84 26 99.9
Wilberfoss Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 86 41 99.9
Hornsea Community Primary School 75 25 99.9
Cherry Burton Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 95 55 99.8
Paull Primary School 71 14 99.8
Newport Primary School 69 31 99.8
Cowick Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 69 23 99.8
Beeford Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 64 18 99.7
Sigglesthorne Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 90 30 99.7
Brandesburton Primary School 94 17 99.7
St John of Beverley Roman Catholic Primary School, Beverley 75 25 99.7
South Cave Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 80 33 99.7
Beswick and Watton CofE (VC) School 100 13 99.7
St Mary's Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School, Beverley 80 20 99.6
Bay Primary School 74 21 99.6
Burlington Junior School 78 20 99.5
Airmyn Park Primary School 71 7 99.5
Anlaby Acre Heads Primary School 74 19 99.4
Roos Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 64 36 99.4
Skidby Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 86 14 99.4
Inmans Primary School 88 21 99.4
Keyingham Primary School 77 7 99.3
Our Lady and St Peter Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School Bridlington 93 27 99.3
Bempton Primary School 100 0 99.3
Sproatley Endowed Church of England Voluntary Controlled School 83 28 99.3
Burstwick Community Primary School 79 21 99.3
Skipsea Primary School 50 13 99.3
Melbourne Community Primary School 83 48 99.2
St Mary's Market Weighton, Roman Catholic Primary School 60 10 99.2
Withernsea Primary School 84 26 99.1
Marshlands Primary School 60 10 99.1
St Mary and St Joseph Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School 75 50 99.1
Quay Primary School 56 0 99
Hallgate Primary School Cottingham 68 11 98.9
St Martin's Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School, Fangfoss 86 14 98.9
Pollington-Balne Church of England Primary School 70 20 98.9
Driffield Junior School 78 33 98.9
Parkside Primary School 79 13 98.8
Hessle Penshurst Primary School 87 9 98.8
Hutton Cranswick Community Primary School 60 17 98.8
Little Weighton Rowley Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 75 42 98.7
Reedness Primary School 83 17 98.5
Leven Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 68 32 98.5
Easington Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 45 9 98.4
Dunswell Primary School 80 10 98.4
Holme-upon-Spalding Moor Primary School 90 17 98.3
Middleton-on-the-Wolds Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 60 30 98.3
Pocklington Community Junior School 67 20 98.1
Hilderthorpe Primary School 63 7 98
North Cave Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 65 12 98
Gilberdyke Primary School 67 13 97.7
Hornsea Burton Primary School 69 6 97.7
Patrington Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 71 3 97.7
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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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