Primary school league tables in Torbay

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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
Watcombe Primary School 75 8 101.7
Cockington Community Primary School 89 37 101.7
Roselands Primary School 85 15 101.6
Ilsham Church of England Academy 96 48 101.5
Eden Park Primary School Academy 78 25 101.3
Shiphay Learning Academy 98 39 101
Brixham Church of England Primary School 90 27 100.9
Upton St James CofE Primary School 100 20 100.8
Barton Primary School 80 27 100.6
Hayes School 85 31 100.6
Furzeham Primary School 83 29 100.4
Sacred Heart Catholic School 79 24 100.4
St Marychurch Church of England Primary and Nursery School 85 31 100.3
St Margaret's Academy 72 24 100.2
Oldway Primary School 81 36 100.2
All Saints Babbacombe CofE Primary School 78 19 100.1
Queensway Catholic Primary School 70 22 100.1
Ellacombe School 72 10 100
Sherwell Valley Primary School 86 31 99.8
Collaton St Mary Church of England Primary School 70 33 99.7
Galmpton Church of England Primary School 86 29 99.7
Priory Roman Catholic Primary School, Torquay 63 13 99.6
St Margaret Clitherow Catholic Primary School 74 32 99.3
Torre Church of England Primary School 75 16 99.2
Curledge Street Primary School 63 20 99.2
Warberry Church of England Primary School 84 32 99.1
Homelands Primary School 71 18 99
Preston Primary School 84 26 99
White Rock Primary School 83 30 98.5
Kings Ash Primary School 60 9 98.5
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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