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Primary schools in Slough

Schools are listed alphabetically. The figures show results from the Key Stage 2 national curriculum tests taken in May 2009.

CVA is the contextual value added score, AGG the results out of 300 in English, maths and science and APS the average points per pupil.

Small schools - with fewer than 11 pupils taking the tests - have "SS": their results are not published.

School CVA Sort by AGG APS
Castleview Primary School 101 298 31.4
Cippenham Junior School 99.1 242 27.8
Claycots School 100.8 280 28.4
Colnbrook Church of England Primary School SS NA SS
Foxborough Primary School 98.9 173 24.9
Godolphin Junior School 99.6 226 26.8
Holy Family Catholic Primary School 100.7 280 29.7
James Elliman School 100.2 241 27.4
Khalsa Primary School NA
Lynch Hill (Foundation Primary) School 101.6 284 29.8
Marish Primary School 98.7 190 25.3
Montem Primary School 98.9 184 24.7
Our Lady of Peace Catholic Junior School 99.9 261 28.6
Parlaunt Park Primary School 99 252 27
Penn Wood Primary and Nursery School 99.2 191 25.5
Pippins School 100.3 230 28
Priory School 98.7 242 28.1
Ryvers Primary School 99.5 245 28.3
Slough Islamic School 97.7 194 25.6
St Anthony's Catholic Primary School 100.8 251 27.2
St Ethelbert's Catholic Primary School 99.4 202 25.7
St Mary's Church of England Primary School 100.1 244 28
Western House Primary School 98.7 272 29
Wexham Court Primary School 98.3 225 26.9


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