Primary school league tables in Merton

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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
Bishop Gilpin CofE Primary School 98 78 102.6
Dundonald Primary School 96 48 101.6
Wimbledon Chase Primary School 95 52 101.6
Cranmer Primary School 95 35 102.1
West Wimbledon Primary School 94 38 102.3
St John Fisher RC Primary School 94 42 100.7
All Saints' CofE Primary School 93 18 100.4
St Mark's Primary School 92 23 101.8
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School 91 44 100.8
Singlegate Primary School 90 27 100.5
Pelham Primary School 88 58 100.8
Poplar Primary School 86 29 101.7
Joseph Hood Primary School 86 38 101.6
Holy Trinity CofE Primary School 86 57 101.7
Garfield Primary School 86 59 101.4
Merton Abbey Primary School 86 32 101.4
Merton Park Primary School 86 43 100.3
William Morris Primary School 85 19 102.2
St Matthew's CofE Primary School 83 48 101.1
Hollymount School 83 38 100
Wimbledon Park Primary School 82 42 100.3
Hillcross Primary School 80 22 98.7
St Mary's Catholic Primary School 80 33 99.9
Links Primary School 80 23 102.1
Haslemere Primary School 79 33 101.9
St Teresa's Catholic Primary School 79 23 99.9
Gorringe Park Primary School 78 19 98.8
St Thomas of Canterbury Catholic Primary School 78 11 100
Morden Primary School 76 14 100.1
The Priory CofE School 76 36 100.2
Stanford Primary School 76 14 99.8
St Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School 75 28 100.7
Abbotsbury Primary School 74 21 100.5
Bond Primary School 74 17 99.9
Aragon Primary School 70 28 99.9
The Sherwood School 70 30 99.8
Malmesbury Primary School 67 11 99.9
Lonesome Primary School 66 14 99.7
Benedict Primary School 65 22 98.8
Liberty Primary 64 18 99.4
Garden Primary School 63 17 99.7
Hatfeild Primary School 63 15 99
Beecholme Primary School 62 28 99
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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