Darlington

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
Abbey J CY DL3 8NN8994969129.9100.2
Alderman Leach P CY DL2 2GF5192888829.2103.8
Bishopton Redmarshall CofE P VC TS21 1HD1310010010030.5100.7
Cockerton CofE P VA DL3 9EX3083908328.3100.6
Corporation Road Community P CY DL3 6AR3277817426.9100.9
Dodmire CY DL1 4BH5962524324.698.4
Firthmoor P CY DL1 4RW3471766825.9101.0
Gurney Pease P CY DL1 2NG2080858026.699.9
Harrowgate Hill P CY DL3 0HZ6878847627.199.8
Heathfield P CY DL1 1EJ5874686126.198.8
Heighington CofE P VC DL5 6PH3795898729.8100.1
High Coniscliffe CofE P VC DL2 2LL13100939329.699.9
Holy Family RC P VA DL3 9EN2997939329.6101.2
Hurworth P CY DL2 2ET3379857628.1100.2
Mount Pleasant P CY DL3 9HE3479767126.6100.5
Mowden J CY DL3 9DE62100989830.9101.0
Northwood P CY DL1 2HF5974786727.2100.7
Red Hall P CY DL1 2ST3087808027.2101.4
Reid Street P CY DL3 6EX5993929029.1101.3
Skerne Park P CY DL1 5AJ4460785825.099.1
Springfield P CY DL1 2AN3190817727.9101.4
St Augustine's RC P VA DL3 7HP3197979429.3100.6
St Bede's RC P VA DL1 3ES2997908629.1101.3
St George's CofE P VA DL2 1LD33741007428.7101.9
St John's CofE P VA DL1 4UB2692969230.0102.9
St Teresa's RC P VA DL1 4NL3293838328.3100.8
Whinfield P CY DL1 3HT7990868228.7100.3
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