Primary schools in North East Lincolnshire

  • National average
  • Average for this local authority

% of pupils achieving Level 4 in maths and English Sats

YearNational averageLocal average
20107369
20097269
20087369

Average point score per pupil in maths and English Sats

YearNational averageLocal average
201027.527
200927.427
200827.426.9
200727.427.1

How to use this table: Select column header to sort table, check boxes to compare schools

School name % achieving L4 maths and Eng What does this mean? Average point score What does this mean? Contextual value added What does this mean?
Signhills Junior School 90 29.8 100.9
Healing Primary School 90 28.5 99.3
Waltham Leas Primary School 86 29 99.9
Allerton Primary School 85 28.6 101.4
The Canon Peter Hall CofE Primary School 85 27.9 101.3
The Humberston CofE Primary School 84 28.3 100.4
Coomb Briggs Primary School 83 28.6 100.7
Humberston Cloverfields Primary School 82 28.4 99.8
Scartho Junior School 77 27.8 100
Yarborough Primary School 74 27.6 100.6
New Waltham Primary School 73 27.5 100
Stanford Junior and Infant School 71 27.7 100.3
Fairfield Primary School 70 27.9 100.1
William Barcroft Junior School 65 26.2 99.2
South Parade Primary School 64 26.9 99.8
Eastfield Primary School 63 26.6 100.7
Wybers Wood Primary School 62 26.3 98.8
Macaulay School 60 25.7 99.9
St Peter's CofE Primary School 59 25.6 99.5
Reynolds Primary School 57 26 98.4
Welholme Primary School 56 26.2 100.2
Woodlands Primary School 56 26 99
East Ravendale CofE Primary School 53 26.4 98.5
Cambridge Park Maths & Computing College 0 15 99.6
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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
Contextual value added
A statistical measure which takes into account how much pupils have progressed over time, in comparison to other pupils from similar backgrounds. WARNING: Rankings are a guide only

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