State-maintained primary schools ranked by the results of the 2004 Key Stage 2 national curriculum tests sat by Year 6 pupils, at the ages of 10 or 11.
To find your way around the results, enter a school's name or postcode in the relevant search boxes on the right of this page or use the England Primary dropdown list of local education authorities.
There is information on more than 14,000 schools, grouped by the 150 education authorities in England.
Every school has its own page, detailing its performance and other information, with a link to its most recent Ofsted inspection report.
Within each local education authority, schools are listed alphabetically.
They are also ranked on the "aggregate" score out of 300 in the three test subjects, English, maths and science.
There is also a ranking using the schools' "value added" measures. These indicate the progress pupils made from when they did their first national tests in 2000.
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