Primary school league tables in Stockport

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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
St Peter's Catholic Primary School 100 50 102
Lum Head Primary School 100 48 102.9
North Cheshire Jewish Primary School 100 71 101.1
Norris Bank Primary School 98 35 100.6
Tithe Barn Primary School 97 53 101.1
Queensgate Primary School 96 54 100.3
Torkington Primary School 96 39 100.5
Nevill Road Junior School 96 39 99.8
Pownall Green Primary School 95 53 100
Mellor Primary School 95 50 99.7
Ludworth Primary School 94 46 101.5
Hursthead Junior School 94 47 100.3
Adswood Primary School 94 44 102.6
Gatley Primary School 93 56 100.8
Outwood Primary School 93 29 100.1
St Christopher's Catholic Primary School 93 30 100.8
Lane End Primary School 93 48 101.1
Cheadle Heath Primary School 93 28 100.6
St Winifred's Roman Catholic Primary School, Stockport 92 35 101.2
Didsbury Road Primary School 91 34 100.9
St Simon's Catholic Primary School 90 33 99.9
St Philip's Catholic Primary School 90 24 100.5
Warren Wood Primary School 90 32 100.8
Moss Hey Primary School 90 55 100.7
Woodley Primary School 90 23 99.7
Our Lady's Catholic Primary School 90 38 99.9
Bolshaw Primary School 90 20 99.5
Bradshaw Hall Primary School 89 46 100.9
St Mary's Church of England Primary School 89 21 98.9
Cale Green Primary School 88 28 101.2
All Saints Church of England Primary School Stockport 88 25 100
Romiley Primary School 88 44 100
Mersey Vale Primary School 88 29 101
Cheadle Catholic Junior School 88 47 99
St John's Church of England Primary School 87 39 100.5
Queen's Road Primary School 87 48 100.6
St Thomas' Church of England Primary School Stockport 87 20 99.3
St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Reddish 87 36 99.3
St Mary's Catholic Primary School Marple Bridge 87 47 100.7
Greave Primary School 86 32 100.5
Great Moor Junior School 85 34 99.1
Brookside Primary School 84 37 99.8
St Elisabeth's Church of England Primary School 84 35 100.3
Broadstone Hall Primary School 84 26 99.7
High Lane Primary School 83 29 98.1
St Paul's Church of England Primary School Brinnington 83 20 101
Moorfield Primary School 83 23 98.7
St Thomas' Church of England Primary School Heaton Chapel 83 40 100.5
Thorn Grove Primary School 83 46 100.7
Hazel Grove Primary School 83 27 99.9
Ladybrook Primary School 83 37 100.1
Lark Hill Primary School 81 25 100.4
Banks Lane Junior School 81 20 99.2
All Saints Church of England Primary School Marple 81 27 99.9
Norbury Hall Primary School 80 27 99.6
Fairway Primary School 80 32 100.4
Prospect Vale Primary School 79 32 101.1
Orrishmere Primary School 77 37 99.8
Etchells Primary School 76 16 98.3
St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School 76 18 101
Whitehill Primary School 76 12 99.3
St Matthew's Church of England Primary School 75 13 98.8
Alexandra Park Primary School 75 21 99.4
St Ambrose Catholic Primary School 74 47 101.2
Ladybridge Primary School 74 11 99.6
St Mark's Church of England Primary School 74 29 101.8
Vernon Park Primary School 74 35 100.1
St George's Church of England Primary School 72 28 99.6
Bridge Hall Primary School 69 6 101.9
Bredbury Green Primary School 67 17 100.2
Dial Park Primary School 67 10 100.1
St Mary's Roman Catholic Primary School Stockport 67 8 99.9
Rose Hill Primary School 67 23 99.5
Arden Primary School 67 17 99.3
Vale View Primary School 66 13 98.4
St Joseph's Stockport Catholic Primary School 65 15 98.3
Meadowbank Primary School 64 21 99.6
Cheadle Primary School 60 23 99.7
Westmorland Primary School 60 9 101.4
Abingdon Primary School 58 8 99
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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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