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Primary schools in Isle of Wight

Schools are ranked on their "contextual value added" (CVA) 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 104.5 to 96.1.

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

AGG is the results out of 300 in English, maths and science and APS the average points per pupil.

ISLE OF WIGHT AGAINST THE NATIONAL AVERAGE: CVA score

  • Score out of max
     99.2
  • Score out of max
     100.0

KEY:

  • LA average
  • National average

Bar chart shows performance relative to the worst/best

What these figures mean

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Sort by name Sorted by CVA Sort by AGG APS
Somerton Middle School 100.1 246 27.8
Solent Middle School 99.9 263 28.6
Nodehill Middle School 99.8 266 28.4
Ventnor Middle School 99.6 251 28
Lake Middle School 99.6 241 27.1
Swanmore Middle School 99.6 231 26.7
Bishop Lovett Church of England Controlled Middle School, Ryde 99.4 238 27.1
Sandham Middle School 99.2 226 26.7
Osborne Middle School 99.2 219 26.4
Forelands Middle School 98.9 240 27.2
West Wight Middle School 98.6 198 26.2
Mayfield Church of England Voluntary Controlled Middle School 98.5 225 26.5
Downside Middle School 98.4 195 25.4


ENGLISH SCHOOL TABLES 2008
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