Three quarters of Bradford primary pupils reach expected standard in Maths and English

First published in News Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , City Hall Reporter

The latest primary school league tables have been released today.

The figures are based on the Standard Attainment Test scores of children aged 10 and 11, in both maths and English.

Across the Bradford district, 75 per cent of children achieved the standard expected of them, level 4, in both subjects.

This means Bradford is the joint sixth worst performing district in the country, tied with nine other local education authorities.

For the full results from each local primary school, see tomorrow’s Telegraph & Argus.

And click here to go to our information page on Bradford primary schools, where you can find out more about each individual school.

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