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Middle school performance tables released

Middle schools in north Northumberland have performed well in the Key Stage 2 performance tables published today, with the majority seeing a higher proportion of pupils achieving Level 4 in maths and English than last year.

Top of the table in the area was Glendale Middle School in Wooler, which had 91 per cent of pupils gaining Level 4 in maths and English as well as 42 per cent gaining Level 5 in both subjects. 90 per cent of pupils in English and 100 per cent in maths gained two levels of progress.

Overall, all of the middle schools had more than two–thirds of pupils gaining Level 4 and above in maths and English.

Under the National Curriculum, by the end of Key Stage 2 (age 11), pupils are expected to achieve Level 4.

Here are the percentages:

Alnwick – The Duke’s Middle School – 67 per cent (2011 – 73 per cent)

Alnwick – Lindisfarne Middle School – 86 per cent (2011 – 73 per cent)

Alnwick – St Paul’s RC Middle School – 85 per cent (2011 – 78 per cent)

Amble – JCSC – South Avenue – 69 per cent (2011 – 61 per cent)

Belford – St Mary’s CofE Middle School – 89 per cent (2011 – 76 per cent)

Rothbury – Dr Thomlinson CofE Middle School – 80 per cent (2011 – 87 per cent)

Seahouses – Seahouses Middle School – 83 per cent (2011 – 70 per cent)

Wooler – Glendale Middle School – 91 per cent (2011 – 97 per cent)

 

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