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Primary schools in City of London
Schools are ranked on their "value added" measures, which give some guide to how their pupils' attainments have improved.

Scores above 100 show pupils made more progress than similar pupils nationally; scores below 100 indicate less progress. Nationally the range was 106 to 94.9 and the average was 100.2.

The ranking needs treating with care. Official statisticians say small differences may not be significant:

  • for schools with 30 or more pupils covered by the measure, scores of 99.4 to 101.2 are broadly average
  • for 50 pupils or more, scores of 99.6 to 101.0 are broadly average.
Click the name of a school for a page giving more information.

Columns:
VA = the value added measure
AGG = the total or "aggregate" score across all three subjects
Eng, Math, Sci = the percentage of pupils achieving the expected level in each subject tested: English, mathematics and science.

Click the Sort by name or AGG column headers to sort the schools alphabetically or on their aggregate scores.

Click here for a fuller explanation of the figures.

Sort by name Sorted by VA Sort by AGG Eng
%
Math
%
Sci
%
Sir John Cass's Foundation Primary School 100.5 252 83 74 96
English secondary schools 2005

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Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland do not publish tables.

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