Primary league tables: Regional picture

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This map and table shows how primary school attainment varies between England's mainstream local authorities.

The authorities are ranked on the percentage of pupils attaining Level 4 in maths and English. The national average is 79% this year.

The average point score - the average number of points per pupil in the tests - is used as a tie break.

Map showing how schools in England performed
Local authority What does this mean? Expected level in English and maths (%) What does this mean? Average point score
Richmond upon Thames 90% 30.5
Kensington and Chelsea 86% 29.3
Sutton 86% 29.3
Trafford 86% 29.3
Wandsworth 86% 29.0
Greenwich 86% 28.9
St Helens 86% 28.9
Kingston upon Thames 85% 29.2
Cheshire East 85% 29.1
Camden 85% 28.8
Lewisham 85% 28.8
Rutland 84% 29.0
Windsor and Maidenhead 84% 29.0
Lambeth 84% 28.6
Wigan 84% 28.6
Buckinghamshire 83% 29.1
Barnet 83% 29.0
Harrow 83% 29.0
Solihull 83% 29.0
Bromley 83% 28.9
Gloucestershire 83% 28.8
Stockport 83% 28.8
Warrington 83% 28.8
Derbyshire 83% 28.7
Halton 83% 28.4
Wokingham 82% 29.1
Hertfordshire 82% 28.9
Surrey 82% 28.9
Bath and North East Somerset 82% 28.7
Hampshire 82% 28.7
Havering 82% 28.7
Westminster 82% 28.7
Devon 82% 28.6
Oxfordshire 82% 28.6
Calderdale 82% 28.5
North Tyneside 82% 28.5
Nottinghamshire 82% 28.5
Redbridge 82% 28.5
Shropshire 82% 28.5
Cumbria 82% 28.4
Gateshead 82% 28.4
Sefton 82% 28.4
Darlington 82% 28.3
Knowsley 82% 28.3
Tameside 82% 28.2
Tower Hamlets 82% 28.2
Cheshire West and Chester 81% 28.6
Bexley 81% 28.5
Brent 81% 28.5
Ealing 81% 28.5
Hammersmith and Fulham 81% 28.5
South Gloucestershire 81% 28.5
Bolton 81% 28.4
East Riding of Yorkshire 81% 28.4
Lincolnshire 81% 28.4
Hartlepool 81% 28.3
Lancashire 81% 28.3
Redcar and Cleveland 81% 28.3
Sunderland 81% 28.3
Hackney 81% 28.0
Warwickshire 80% 28.5
York 80% 28.5
Hillingdon 80% 28.4
Leicestershire 80% 28.4
Milton Keynes 80% 28.4
North Somerset 80% 28.4
Somerset 80% 28.4
Southwark 80% 28.4
Bury 80% 28.3
Durham 80% 28.3
Stockton-on-Tees 80% 28.3
Enfield 80% 28.2
Newham 80% 28.2
South Tyneside 80% 28.2
Islington 80% 28.1
Oldham 80% 28.0
Blackpool 80% 27.7
Merton 79% 28.6
Brighton and Hove 79% 28.5
Dorset 79% 28.4
West Berkshire 79% 28.4
Bracknell Forest 79% 28.3
Cambridgeshire 79% 28.3
Essex 79% 28.3
North Yorkshire 79% 28.3
Staffordshire 79% 28.3
Croydon 79% 28.2
Northumberland 79% 28.2
Wirral 79% 28.2
Cornwall 79% 28.1
Hounslow 79% 28.1
Newcastle upon Tyne 79% 28.1
Plymouth 79% 28.1
Liverpool 79% 28.0
Salford 79% 28.0
Sandwell 79% 28.0
Poole 78% 28.4
Wiltshire 78% 28.3
Bristol 78% 28.2
Swindon 78% 28.2
West Sussex 78% 28.2
Haringey 78% 28.1
Kent 78% 28.1
Telford and Wrekin 78% 28.1
Birmingham 78% 28.0
Bournemouth 78% 28.0
Doncaster 78% 28.0
Torbay 78% 28.0
Barnsley 78% 27.9
Blackburn with Darwen 78% 27.9
Manchester 78% 27.9
Waltham Forest 78% 27.9
Wolverhampton 78% 27.9
Barking and Dagenham 78% 27.8
Worcestershire 77% 28.2
Bedford 77% 28.1
Reading 77% 28.1
Dudley 77% 28.0
Southend on Sea 77% 28.0
East Sussex 77% 27.9
Leeds 77% 27.9
Slough 77% 27.9
Southampton 77% 27.9
Thurrock 77% 27.9
Rochdale 77% 27.8
Wakefield 77% 27.8
Sheffield 77% 27.7
Leicester 77% 27.6
Stoke-on-Trent 77% 27.5
Central Bedfordshire 76% 28.6
Herefordshire 76% 28.0
Northamptonshire 76% 28.0
Kirklees 76% 27.8
Derby 76% 27.6
Luton 76% 27.5
Norfolk 75% 27.8
Walsall 75% 27.8
Coventry 75% 27.6
Isle of Wight 75% 27.6
Middlesbrough 75% 27.6
North Lincolnshire 75% 27.6
North East Lincolnshire 75% 27.5
Rotherham 75% 27.5
Bradford 75% 27.4
Nottingham 75% 27.4
Suffolk 74% 27.7
Portsmouth 74% 27.5
Peterborough 74% 27.4
Kingston Upon Hull 73% 27.1
Medway 72% 27.5
What do the table headers mean?
% expected level in English and maths
Percentage of Year 6 pupils attaining the expected level, Level 4, in English and maths
Average point score
The average points per pupil in English and maths Sats tests. We are using it as a secondary tie-break measure in these tables
% 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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