Primary schools in the Royal Borough were rated as below the national average in terms of pupil progression in writing, according to government statistics released today (Thursday).
A report analysing the overall performance at the end of primary school in 2016 showed pupil progress in the borough for reading was above national average and maths progress was average compared to the rest of England.
The statistics track the progress made of skills from the end of Key Stage One to the end of Key Stage Two.
A total of 59 per cent of pupils in the borough met the government’s ‘expected standard’, compared to 53 per cent in England.
Primary schools in Slough were rated as above the national average in terms of pupil progression in writing and maths. Their progress in reading was average.
A total of 55 per cent of pupils in Slough met the government’s ‘expected standard’.
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