Excellent Results for Ealing Primaries
Most schools ahead of Borough and National Average
The recently release results for Key Stage Two tests at local primaries show that, on the whole, schools in the area are performing very well.
The majority of schools are well above the borough and national average.
North Ealing achieved the best average result for Key Stage Two levels four and five with 95% and 61% respectively. It also managed to get a 100% pass rate at level 4 in science along with Oaklands School.
In terms of 'value-added' which is measured by comparing the results of the children's tests at Key Stage One to what they achieved at Key Stage Two, the best two schools in the area where Oaklands and St. Mark's.
Councillor Ian Gibb, deputy leader and cabinet member for children’s services, said: “Ealing’s value added progress remains a strength and schools should be commended for their ongoing efforts to help individual pupils achieve their potential. We are ranked 15th out of 150 local authorities nationally in terms of our value added performance between Key Stages one and two."
Key Stage 2 Exam Results - Ealing Primary Schools
Level 4 and Level 5 Scores
December 12, 2006