Bournemouth

Key to the League Tables

QIndicates the schools data is under query and is not appropriate to be published.
+Indicates test results unavailable for reasons beyond the school's control, ie scripts have been lost
<Indicates a small school with fewer than 10 pupils
NAMeans not appropriate for publication
#Indicates that the value added measure is based on less than 50% of the pupils (as most have not been with the school that long)
Column ANumber of pupils eligible to take test
Column BPercentage getting level 4 in English
Column CPercentage getting level 4 in maths
Column DPercentage getting level 4:combined English and maths
Column EAverage Point Score
Column FValue added score*
* A school's value added score is calculated by looking at the child's achievement upon arrival at the school and predicting their score in the tests for 11-year-olds. A score more than 100 indicates how much they have improved on that prediction average. A score lower than 100 means that the average pupil has done worse than expected.
School NameABCDEF
Bethany CofE J VA BH1 4DJ7162655525.299.1
Christ The King CP VA BH11 9EH2878857026.899.9
Corpus Christi CP VA BH5 2BX6379786827.9100.9
Elmrise P CY BH11 9JN3252392922.895.7
Epiphany CofE P VA BH9 3PE6495929029.499.5
Heathlands P CY BH11 8HB3166595024.899.8
Hill View P CY BH10 5BD8781857627.899.4
Kingsleigh P CY BH10 5HT5685918427.5100.5
King's Park P CY BH1 4NB4873676325.998.7
Kinson P CY BH11 9DG4667786326.398.6
Malmesbury Park P CY BH8 8LU7574696426.799.2
Moordown St John's CofE P VA BH9 2SA5481777227.899.4
Muscliff P CY BH8 0AB6077787327.498.7
Pokesdown Community P CY BH5 2AS4496939329.6101.2
Queen's Park J CY BH8 9PU10059625325.698.3
St James' CofE P VA BH7 6DW6082887728.599.4
St Katharine's CofE P VA BH6 4NA64100898929.599.2
St Luke's CofE P VA BH9 1LG6182857827.798.8
St Mark's CofE P VA BH10 4JA6095908829.399.8
St Michael's CofE P VC BH2 5LH5973666326.799.5
Stourfield J CY BH6 5JS11280847327.799.0
St Walburga's CP VA BH9 3BY6088928529.3100.1
Winton P CY BH9 2TG8272746426.698.1
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