Primary school league tables in Wakefield

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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
Darrington Church of England Voluntary Controlled Junior and Infant School 100 73 100.5
Ossett Holy Trinity CofE VA Primary School 93 47 100
Ossett Southdale Church of England Voluntary Controlled Junior School 97 46 99.6
Gawthorpe Community Primary School 96 44 100.8
Kirkhamgate Primary School 84 40 99.9
Crigglestone St James Church of England Voluntary Controlled Junior and Infant School 96 40 99.6
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School 94 39 101.4
Crigglestone Mackie Hill Junior and Infant School 83 39 100.9
Towngate Primary School 76 38 98.5
Stanley Grove Primary and Nursery School 81 38 99.6
St Austin's Catholic Primary School 85 37 101.2
Normanton Altofts Junior School 82 37 99.3
Pontefract Larks Hill Junior and Infant School 90 37 98.7
Lofthouse Gate Primary School 84 37 99.7
Horbury Bridge Church of England Voluntary Controlled Junior and Infant School 93 36 100
Walton Primary School 91 36 100.3
Horbury Primary School 92 36 98.3
Horbury St Peter's and Clifton CofE (VC) Primary School 100 35 101.2
Sitlington Netherton Junior and Infant School 81 35 99.3
Alverthorpe St Paul's CofE (VA) School 3-11yrs 75 33 100.7
St Ignatius Catholic Primary School 89 32 99.6
Methodist Voluntary Controlled Junior and Infant School: With Communication Resource 74 32 99.1
Rooks Nest Academy 89 30 99.6
Wakefield St Johns Church of England Voluntary Aided Junior and Infant School 83 30 100.4
Streethouse, Junior, Infant and Nursery 90 30 100
Wakefield Greenhill Primary School 89 30 102
Stanley St Peters Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School 75 29 99.4
Sharlston Community School (3-11): With Visual Impairment Resource 88 29 100
Ackworth Howard Church of England Voluntary Controlled Junior and Infant School 88 29 99.8
Featherstone North Featherstone Junior and Infant School 79 29 99.9
Jerry Clay Academy 89 29 99.3
Castleford Three Lane Ends Community Primary School 90 29 100.3
St. John the Baptist Catholic Primary School 93 28 99.6
Crofton Junior School 88 28 99.9
Holy Family and St Michael's Catholic Primary School, Pontefract 83 28 100.3
Ossett South Parade Primary 88 28 101.3
Pontefract Halfpenny Lane Junior Infant and Nursery School 80 27 100.4
Wrenthorpe Primary School 93 26 99.3
St Giles CofE (VA) J&I Pontefract 75 25 98.4
Outwood Ledger Lane Junior and Infant School 69 25 99.3
Wakefield Heath View Community Primary School JIN 70 25 100.9
Normanton Common Primary School 69 25 99.5
Hendal Primary School 85 25 98.9
Newton Hill Junior and Infant School 60 25 99.3
Shay Lane Primary (J and I) School 70 25 100.8
Badsworth Church of England Voluntary Controlled Junior and Infant School 73 23 99.3
Normanton Junior School 68 23 97.8
All Saints Featherstone CofE (VA) Junior Infant and Nursery School 73 23 100.4
South Hiendley Junior Infant and Early Years School 77 23 98.1
Wakefield Snapethorpe Primary School 84 23 101.5
Castleford Half Acres Junior and Infant School 93 22 100.9
Wakefield Flanshaw Junior and Infant School 68 22 100.1
Fitzwilliam Primary School 74 22 99.5
Knottingley Vale Junior and Infant School 90 21 101.2
Wakefield the Mount Junior and Infant School 64 21 99.7
Castleford Park Junior School 70 21 97.7
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Moorthorpe 67 20 99.5
Northfield Primary School: With Communication Resource 68 20 98.9
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School 73 20 99.4
Wakefield St Marys Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School 73 19 101
Crigglestone Dane Royd Junior and Infant School 83 19 98
Wakefield Lawefield Primary School 63 19 100.2
The Rookeries Carleton Junior and Infant School: With Hearing Impairment Resource 74 19 98.4
Bell Lane Primary (J and I) School 90 19 100.1
English Martyrs Catholic Primary School 77 17 99.2
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School Castleford 83 17 99.8
Knottingley England Lane Junior Infant and Nursery School 67 17 98.6
Sandal Endowed Church of England Voluntary Aided Junior School 65 17 97.5
Ryhill Junior, Infant and Nursery School 63 17 99.3
Knottingley Ferrybridge Roundhill Primary School 77 17 98.9
Smawthorne Henry Moore Primary School, Castleford 68 15 99.2
Stockingate Mill Junior School 68 15 97.7
Knottingley Church of England Voluntary Controlled Junior and Infant School 80 15 99.5
Featherstone Purston St Thomas Church of England Voluntary Controlled Junior School 89 14 100
Ossett Flushdyke Junior and Infant School 79 14 99.6
Pontefract Orchard Head Junior and Infant School 57 14 99.1
Havercroft Junior Infant and Nursery School 63 13 99
Ash Grove Junior and Infant School 64 13 99.1
Castleford Airedale Junior School 68 12 98.2
Knottingley Simpson's Lane Junior and Infant School 75 11 98.3
Wakefield Pinders Primary (JIN) School 70 11 100.6
Hemsworth Grove Lea Primary School 83 10 100
Newlands Primary School 62 10 100.5
Upton Primary School 83 9 99.6
Ackton Pastures Primary School 41 9 98.7
Infant School Moorthorpe Primary (J and I ) School 65 9 98.7
Ackworth Mill Dam Junior and Infant School 83 8 99.5
Hemsworth West End Primary School 52 7 97.7
Pontefract Carleton Park Junior and Infant School 80 7 98
Pontefract De Lacy Primary School 63 7 97.7
Castleford Oyster Park Primary School 67 6 98.7
Cobblers Lane Primary School 77 6 100
Wakefield Sandal Magna Junior and Infants School 35 5 99.7
Hemsworth St Helens Church of England Voluntary Aided Junior and Infant School 58 5 97.2
South Elmsall Carlton Junior and Infant School 58 5 98.7
Kinsley Primary (J and I) School 67 4 99.8
Flanshaw St Michaels CofE (Voluntary Controlled) Primary (NIJ) School 53 2 97.2
Sitlington Middlestown Junior and Infant School 65 0 98.6
Castleford Redhill Junior School 50 0 96.1
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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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