Primary school league tables in Rochdale

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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
Newhey Community Primary School 100 29 99.7
Heap Bridge Village Primary School 100 19 100.5
Hollin Primary School 100 21 101.4
Hopwood Community Primary School 98 34 99.7
Smithy Bridge Foundation Primary School 95 40 100.1
St Michael's Church of England Primary School, Bamford 93 59 100.5
Parkfield Primary School 93 38 100.6
St Peter's Roman Catholic Primary School, Rochdale 93 31 100.4
All Souls Church of England Primary School 93 48 100.7
Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School 93 36 101.7
St Patrick's Roman Catholic Primary School, Rochdale 92 31 101.3
Whittaker Moss Primary School 92 62 101.1
Broadfield Community Primary School 92 25 101.8
St John's VA Church of England Primary School, Thornham 92 46 101.3
Lowerplace Primary School 91 25 101.1
St Vincent's Roman Catholic Primary School, Rochdale 90 34 100.7
St Thomas' Church of England Primary School 90 35 100.3
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Primary School, Rochdale 89 39 100.3
Norden Community Primary School 88 40 102.1
St Andrew's Church of England Primary School, Dearnley 87 22 100
Bowlee Park Community Primary School 86 31 100.2
Bamford Academy 86 33 101.2
Holy Family Roman Catholic Primary School, Rochdale 86 14 99.8
St Mary's Roman Catholic Primary School, Middleton 85 21 100.3
St Mary's Roman Catholic Primary School, Littleborough 83 14 99.4
Belfield Community School 83 17 102.4
Ashfield Valley Primary School 83 30 101.3
All Saints Church of England Primary School 83 21 101.3
Middleton Parish Church School 83 30 100
St Joseph's Roman Catholic Primary School, Rochdale 82 18 99.2
Elm Wood Primary School 82 22 99.3
Crossgates Primary School 82 32 99.2
St Michael's Church of England Primary School, Alkrington 82 29 100
Castleton Primary School 80 10 101.1
St John Fisher Roman Catholic Primary School, Rochdale 80 17 100.7
St Luke's Church of England Primary School 79 10 99.4
Caldershaw Primary School 79 14 100.8
Shawclough Community Primary School 79 18 99.2
St Gabriel's Church of England Primary School 79 21 100.3
St Edward's Church of England Primary School 78 22 100.2
Our Lady and St Paul's Roman Catholic Primary School, Heywood 77 7 99.2
Marland Hill Community Primary School 76 11 100.6
St John's Roman Catholic Primary School, Rochdale 76 3 101.5
Boarshaw Community Primary School 74 19 98.8
St James' Church of England Primary School 73 15 97.9
St Gabriel's Roman Catholic Primary School, Rochdale 72 12 100
Alice Ingham Roman Catholic Primary School 72 0 100.2
St Thomas More Roman Catholic Primary School, Middleton, Rochdale 72 28 98.5
Healey Foundation Primary School 72 21 99.4
Stansfield Hall Church of England/Free Church Primary School 71 43 99.8
St Margaret's Church of England Primary School 71 23 100.7
Heybrook Primary School 71 16 99.9
Sandbrook Community Primary School 71 16 99.8
Milnrow Parish Church of England Primary School 70 25 99.6
Littleborough Community Primary School 69 21 98.8
Little Heaton Church of England Primary School 69 6 98.4
Brimrod Community Primary School 67 23 101.4
Spotland Primary School 67 24 101.3
Greenbank Primary School 66 18 101.3
Meanwood Community Nursery and Primary School 65 14 98.8
Alkrington Primary School 63 12 99
St Peter's Church of England Primary School 62 12 99.2
Harwood Park Primary School 61 11 99
Woodland Community Primary School 59 9 99.5
Hamer Community Primary School 54 13 98.6
Moorhouse Primary School 52 13 99.3
St Mary's Church of England Primary School, Balderstone 52 10 99.4
Deeplish Community Primary School 51 0 98.2
Kentmere Primary School 50 3 98
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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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