Local primary schools celebrate great results

There were some excellent results for local primary schools publicised recently. The key measure used is the percentage of pupils achieving level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths by the time the leave. Nationally the average was 80 per cent last summer (up from 78 per cent in 2014). In Hammersmith and Fulham it was 83 per cent ( so above the national average although down just a point from 84 per cent in 2014).

Naturally within the total there was quite a bit of variation. Those schools that achieved over 90 per cent of above were:

All Saints Church of England Primary School 97 per cent

St Augustines RC Primary School 97 per cent

Miles Coverdale Primary School 96 per cent

Normand Croft Primary School 96 per cent

St Stephen’s Church of England  Primary School 96 per cent

New Kings Primary School 94 per cent

Sir John Lillie 94 per cent

Sulivan Primary School 94 per cent

Holy Cross RC Primary School 93 per cent

St John XXIII Catholic Primary School 93 per cent

Ark Bentworth Primary Academy 92 per cent

Larmenier & Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School 91 per cent

Greenside Primary School 90 per cent

Fulham Primary School 90 per cent

Good Shepherd RC Primary School 90 per cent

John Betts Primary School 90 per cent

St Pauls Church of England Primary School 90 per cent

So particular congratulations to them.

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