Greenwich primary school pupils beat national average in Key Stage 2 results
PRIMARY school pupils in Greenwich have beaten the national average in their summer Key Stage 2 results.
In English, 88 percent of 11-year-olds gained the required Level 4 standard – compared with an 85 percent national average.
There were also 89 percent of pupils who scored this standard in Maths which tips them five percent above the national average.
The results, which were released at the end of last month, places Greenwich in the top quarter of local authorities in England.
Greenwich Council’s Cabinet Member for Children’s Services Cllr Jackie Smith said: “This is great news and our teachers, pupils and parents are to be congratulated on an impressive set of results.
“These figures reflect the fact that our strategies to improve performance are making an impact.
“However, we will continue to work hard, in partnership with our primary schools, to improve the performance of our pupils at this crucial stage in their education.”