Primary school league tables in Portsmouth

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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 Swithun's Catholic Primary School 91 48 100.8
Portsdown Primary School 96 40 100.2
Solent Junior School 91 34 99.7
Meon Junior School 91 33 100
Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School 89 30 99.9
St John's Cathedral Catholic Primary School 90 27 100.9
St Jude's CofE Primary School 76 27 99.9
Court Lane Junior School 81 26 98.3
Fernhurst Junior School 71 25 99.2
Copnor Junior School 88 25 98.9
Cottage Grove Primary School 68 25 100.5
Craneswater Junior School 80 25 100.1
Wimborne Junior School 68 24 100.5
Westover Primary School 72 22 99.3
Lyndhurst Junior School 75 22 98.9
Highbury Primary School 71 21 98.7
Newbridge Junior School 73 20 99.4
Langstone Junior School 65 18 99.3
Gatcombe Park Primary School 72 17 98.1
Isambard Brunel Junior School 75 16 100.2
Stamshaw Junior School 80 15 99.2
St Paul's Catholic Primary School 77 15 99.5
Milton Park Federated Primary School 60 14 98.7
Northern Parade Junior School 72 14 98.4
Arundel Court Junior School 75 11 99.2
Paulsgrove Primary School 69 9 99.9
Charles Dickens Junior School 52 7 99.2
Flying Bull Primary School 55 6 98.4
St George's Beneficial Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary School 76 4 101.1
Medina Primary School 54 4 99.2
Somers Park Primary School 36 4 99.5
The Victory Primary School 45 4 98.4
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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