SATS results 2017: How did your school fare?

Education: Secondary / Sat 16th Dec 2017 at 07:14am


GOVERNMENT figures show that ten Harlow primary schools have fallen below the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.

A school is considered to be under-performing if fewer than 65 per cent of their pupils taking the national curriculum tests reach the standard or fail to make sufficient progress in the three key areas.

Across England, 61 per cent of around 600,000 11-year-olds who sat this year’s Sats achieved the Government-expected standard, according to the Department for Education (DfE).

This compares with 53 per cent in 2016, the first year of major changes to assessments.

The number of schools considered to be under-performing has also dropped, the figures show.

A total of 511 (four per cent) mainstream primary schools in England failed to meet the Government’s floor standard this year, against 665 (five per cent) last year.

Harlow Primary Schools

Hare Street: 88%

Holy Cross: 84%

Little Parndon: 82%


Henry Moore: 75%

Roydon: 74%

Tany’s Dell: 73%

Churchgate Street: 71%

Cooks Spinney: 71%

Longwood: 70%

Kingsmoor: 70%

Jerpunds: 70%


Freshwater: 69%

St Albans: 69%

Church Langley: 69%

Abbotsweld: 68%

St James: 67%

Pear tree Mead: 65%

The Downs: 65%

Latton Green: 61%


Milwards: 59%

Water Lane: 59%

Purford Green: 58%

Fawbert and Barnard’s: 57%


St Luke’s: 48%

Potter Street: 41%

William Martin: 48%

Harlowbury: 40%


Katherines: 29%

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