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100 per cent of Warrington primary schools are good or outstanding

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ONE hundred per cent of Warrington’s primary schools are rated good or outstanding in the latest Key Stage 2 SATS results.

Warrington’s primary schools have achieved above the national average with improved performance across the board compared to last academic year.

Cllr Jean Carter, executive board member for children’s services, said: “This has been an extremely successful year for Warrington primary schools. We have already celebrated the fantastic achievement of 100% of our primary schools being judged as good or outstanding by Ofsted.

“The results released this week show another brilliant performance. We are incredibly proud of all our pupils, parents, school staff and governors who have worked very hard to achieve these results”.

• The expected standard in reading, writing and maths is 69.5% compared to 61% nationally (a 9% increase compared to Warrington’s result in 2016).

• The expected standard in reading is 77.2% compared to 71% nationally (a 6.6% increase compared to Warrington’s result in 2016).

• The expected standard in writing (teacher assessment) is 81.4% compared to 76% nationally (a 1.7% increase compared to Warrington’s result in 2016).

• The expected standard in maths is 83.6% compared to 75% nationally (an 8.4% increase compared to Warrington’s result in 2016).

• The expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling is 82.5% compared to 77% nationally (a 7% increase compared to Warrington’s result in 2016).

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