|Primary School League Tables Published|
Outstanding results for St Mary's Church Of England Primary School
The Department for Children, Schools and Families have published primary school league tables reflecting the results from Key Stage 2 tests taken by year six children in May 2010.
These Tables give information on the achievements of pupils in local primary schools, and how they compare with other schools in the Local Authority (LA) area. The "contextual value added" (CVA) scores - show how much a school has improved its pupils' achievements since they took their first set of assessments in 2006
In Putney the tables show outstanding results from St Mary's CofE which topped the league with 100% of pupils achieving Level 4 and above in English, Maths and Science making them the only school in the area to do this. The greatest improvement in the 'average point score' came from St Joseph's Roman Catholic Primary School in Roehampton which improved from 27.3 in 2009 to 29.5 in 2010.
The tables should be considered alongside other sources of information such as Ofsted reports and school prospectuses. Ofsted school inspection reports can be obtained from Ofsted's website at www.ofsted.gov.uk or direct from the school on request.
Key Stage Two for Local Primaries 2010 (ammended figures 16/12/10)
Removal of KS2 Science test data from the Tables: The discontinuation of mandatory KS2 Science National Curriculum Tests in science means that they no longer appear on league table. The Department of Education 'do not consider that Teacher Assessment data is subject to sufficient stringent external and consistent moderation to be suitable for combination with test results in performance measures'.
Source: Department For Children, Schools & Families