Primary school league tables in Wirral

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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
West Kirby St Bridget's CofE Primary School 93 63 101
Higher Bebington Junior School 99 59 102.4
Heswall St Peter's CofE Primary School 97 58 101.2
Ladymount Catholic Primary School 95 50 100.4
Our Lady of Pity Catholic Primary School 91 48 101.2
Gayton Primary School 97 47 100.8
Great Meols Primary School 98 46 100.5
Raeburn Primary School 88 44 101.4
Thurstaston Dawpool CofE Primary School 96 43 100.8
Thornton Hough Primary School 100 43 100.9
Oxton St Saviour's CofE Aided Primary School 100 43 99.8
Poulton Lancelyn Primary School 84 43 100.3
Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School 76 39 100.6
Brookdale Primary School 91 38 101
Greenleas Primary School 94 36 100.7
Brookhurst Primary School 80 36 100.3
Greasby Junior School 93 36 99.8
West Kirby Primary School 88 36 100.3
Brackenwood Junior School 80 35 99.4
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School Upton 82 35 99.6
Birkenhead High School Academy 80 33 NA
Christ The King Catholic Primary School 88 32 100.5
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School 96 32 101.1
Our Lady and St Edward's Catholic Primary School 100 31 102.8
Riverside Primary School 80 30 100
Barnston Primary School 97 30 100.9
St Andrew's CofE Aided Primary School 100 30 101.4
Hoylake Holy Trinity CofE Primary School 92 29 100.6
Pensby Primary School 97 29 100.6
Stanton Road Primary School 75 29 100.1
Liscard Primary School 81 29 101.2
Bidston Avenue Primary School 87 29 100
Irby Primary School 84 28 100.6
Townfield Primary School 78 28 100.7
Woodslee Primary School 82 27 100.4
Kingsway Primary School 64 27 101.2
Portland Primary School 93 27 101.4
St George's Primary School 74 26 99
St John's Catholic Junior School 74 26 98.3
Heswall Primary School 81 26 100.1
St Alban's Catholic Primary School 79 25 99.9
Thingwall Primary School 93 25 99.4
Overchurch Junior School 79 23 99.1
Bidston Village CofE (Controlled) Primary School 77 23 101.2
Woodchurch Road Primary School 88 22 101.6
Eastway Primary School 86 21 100.5
Mount Primary School 77 21 101.1
Lingham Primary School 92 21 100.6
Moreton Christ Church CofE Primary School 59 21 98.9
Somerville Primary School 78 20 101.3
Sandbrook Primary School 90 20 100.2
Black Horse Hill Junior School 85 20 98.9
New Brighton Primary School 73 18 101.6
Park Primary School 74 18 101.3
Devonshire Park Primary School 77 17 99.9
St Michael and All Angels Catholic Primary School 65 17 98.2
Heygarth Primary School 75 17 99.5
Mersey Park Primary School 89 17 101.2
Mendell Primary School 92 17 100.1
Prenton Primary School 74 16 98.7
The Priory Parish CofE Primary School 80 16 99.6
Leasowe Primary School 77 15 100.7
Bedford Drive Primary School 50 15 99.6
St Peter's Catholic Primary School 75 13 99.4
Birkenhead Christ Church CofE Primary School 70 13 100.1
Rock Ferry Primary School 72 13 100.5
Manor Primary School 75 13 101.5
Grove Street Primary School 58 12 98.7
Egremont Primary School 67 12 100.2
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Birkenhead 77 12 98.5
Church Drive Primary School 70 11 99.6
Fender Primary School 67 11 98.7
St Anne's Catholic Primary School 65 10 100.7
Woodchurch CofE Primary School 63 9 98.5
Well Lane Primary School 56 8 100.3
Hillside Primary School 85 8 101.4
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Wallasey 48 8 98.6
St Werburgh's Catholic Primary School 85 7 99.8
Millfields Church of England (Controlled) Primary School 61 6 98.9
Castleway Primary School 68 4 98.4
Holy Cross Catholic Primary School 67 4 99.5
Woodlands Primary School 89 4 101.1
Cathcart Street Primary School 74 0 100
Holy Spirit Catholic and Church of England Primary School 48 0 98.8
St Paul's Catholic Primary School 50 0 100.3
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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