|St Antony's - top of local mini-league|
They are good.
Column 1 shows the percentage of students who met or exceeded the government's level 4 score in reading.
Column 2 shows the percentage of students who met or exceeded the government's level 4 score in writing.
Column 3 shows the percentage of students who met or exceeded the government's level 4 score in maths.
Column 4 shows the percentage of students who met or exceeded the government's level 4 score in all three subjects.
Column 5 shows the "Value Added" by the school to the relevant cohort of pupils.
|Elmhurst - second in local league table|
The schools are listed in order of "Value Added", as this would seem to measure the effectiveness of the school rather than its pupils.
To put local results into context: nationally, 79% pupils reached Level 4 in all three assessed subjects (all local schools bettered this, locally). 82% of London pupils reached Level 4 in all assessed subjects (all bar William Davies bettered this, locally).
|Sandringham - bang on average, locally, |
with slightly better than expected performance
In summary: St Antony's not only provided the "best" results, but added the most "Value". Only St James', locally did not add more "Value" than could have been expected - and only by a fraction of a percentage. There was little to choose between Forest Gate's other five junior schools, in terms of "Value Added".
St Antony's read: 100, write: 93, maths: 100, all: 93, value added: 103.0
read: 94, write: 94, maths: 98, all: 92, value added: 101.8
read: 87, write: 97, maths: 83, all: 80, value added: 100.5
read: 88, write: 91, maths: 92, all: 82, value added: 100.4
read: 93, write: 95, maths: 88, all: 85, value added: 101.1
read: 91, write: 86, maths: 94, all: 83, value added: 101.0
read: 90, write: 90, maths: 88, all: 83, value added: 99.6
|St James' - bottom of local mini league, |
with results slightly below expectation