Primary school league tables in Gateshead

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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 Mary and St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary School 100 83 102.9
Dunston Riverside Community Primary School 96 63 103.1
Clover Hill Community Primary School 93 62 100.8
Rowlands Gill Community Primary School 83 60 101.1
St Agnes' Catholic Primary School 96 54 100.2
Ravensworth Terrace Primary School 100 52 102.2
Fellside Community Primary School 80 47 100.7
Oakfield Junior School 98 47 99.9
Whickham Parochial Church of England Primary School 100 47 100.7
St Peter's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School 93 45 101.4
Portobello Primary School 84 44 100.8
Highfield Community Primary School 79 43 100.8
St Joseph's Catholic Junior School, Birtley 96 38 100.5
Emmaville Primary School 91 38 101.2
Kibblesworth Primary School 88 38 102
Bill Quay Primary School 96 36 101.4
Roman Road Primary School 85 35 102.2
Fell Dyke Community Primary School 94 35 101.9
Chopwell Primary School 83 35 100.3
St Philip Neri Roman Catholic Primary School 94 33 101.5
Front Street Community Primary School 93 33 101.1
Carr Hill Community Primary School 64 33 101
Kelvin Grove Community Primary School 85 33 101.4
Kells Lane Primary School 88 33 99.4
St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Gateshead 88 32 101.6
St Oswald's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School 86 32 101.4
Windy Nook Primary School 76 32 99.7
St Mary's Roman Catholic Primary School 81 29 100.5
St Aidan's Church of England Primary School 89 28 101.9
Caedmon Community Primary School 83 28 101.5
White Mere Community Primary School 84 28 99.7
Ryton Junior School 74 26 98.9
Glynwood Community Primary School 91 26 102.4
Blaydon West Primary School 80 25 100.5
Wardley Primary School 84 24 99.1
Bede Community Primary School 76 24 101.1
Lingey House Primary School 93 22 102
Harlow Green Community Primary School 86 21 99.3
Washingwell Community Primary School 71 21 99.3
Falla Park Community Primary School 90 20 101.5
Barley Mow Primary School 92 20 101
Lobley Hill Primary School 78 20 100.9
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Blaydon 93 20 100.9
High Spen Primary School 94 19 99.6
Colegate Community Primary School 64 18 98.7
Parkhead Community Primary School 73 18 99.2
Crookhill Community Primary School 88 18 99.5
St Alban's Catholic Primary School 66 17 99.3
Swalwell Primary School 79 16 101.3
Greenside Primary School 95 16 100.4
Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School 84 16 99.9
St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Highfield 100 15 99.3
Brandling Primary School 86 14 100.5
St Augustine's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School 78 14 98.8
Winlaton West Lane Community Primary School 60 13 98.3
Dunston Hill Community Primary School 76 13 98.5
South Street Community Primary School 82 10 101.5
Sacred Heart RC Voluntary Aided Primary School 80 10 99.2
The Drive Community Primary School 73 9 100.8
Birtley East Community Primary School 61 7 98.9
Larkspur Community Primary School 88 6 100.2
Brighton Avenue Primary School 72 4 99.8
St Anne's Catholic Primary School 71 0 98.5
St Wilfrid's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School 54 0 97.8
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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