Primary school league tables in Southampton

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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
Portswood Primary School 98 59 102.2
Thornhill Primary School 88 6 102
Holy Family Catholic Primary School 93 37 102
Sinclair Primary and Nursery School 80 35 101.7
Harefield Primary School 83 14 101.6
Highfield Church of England Primary School 94 57 101.6
Bitterne Manor Primary School 90 27 101.5
Springhill Catholic Primary School 96 42 101.4
Newlands Primary School 70 7 101.3
Kanes Hill Primary School 83 23 101
St Mary's Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 79 6 100.9
Bevois Town Primary School 73 12 100.9
Mansel Park Primary School 81 27 100.9
St Patrick's Catholic Primary School 91 23 100.8
Oakwood Junior School 89 51 100.6
Mansbridge Primary School 71 13 100.5
Bitterne Park Junior School 83 34 100.3
Bassett Green Primary School 78 13 100.2
Redbridge Primary School 66 14 100.1
Beechwood Junior School 79 17 100
Foundry Lane Primary School 85 27 100
Shirley Warren Learning Campus Primary & Nursery School 77 20 99.8
Fairisle Junior School 79 20 99.7
Mount Pleasant Junior School 79 16 99.6
Sholing Junior School 93 22 99.6
Shirley Junior School 79 26 99.4
Ludlow Junior School 75 23 99.3
Mason Moor Primary School 70 5 99.3
St Denys Primary School 48 15 99.2
Bitterne CE(VC) Junior School 81 24 99.1
Townhill Junior School 83 32 99.1
St Monica Junior School 67 18 99
Hightown Primary School 70 3 99
Tanners Brook Junior School 70 18 98.7
Hollybrook Junior School 69 29 98.5
Moorlands Primary School 59 4 98.2
Swaythling Primary School 71 14 98.2
Heathfield Junior School 73 15 98
Weston Park Junior School 62 18 97.8
St Mark's Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 49 15 97.3
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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