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What is the most popular primary school in England?

What is the most popular primary school in England?

Gascoigne Primary – Britain’s Biggest Primary School – Trailer. 160 staff. 1,100 pupils.

Which part of England has the best schools?

Kensington and Chelsea topped the ranking, with more than two-thirds (67%) of schools in the area rated outstanding by Ofsted. This is reflected in the property prices, with homes in the area costing on average £1,475,000 – making the borough one of the most expensive to live in England.

Which town has best schools?

Naperville. City in Illinois. Rating 4.15 out of 5 642 reviews.

  • Ann Arbor. City in Michigan. Rating 4.27 out of 5 521 reviews.
  • Bellevue. City in Washington. Rating 4.38 out of 5 165 reviews.
  • Carlsbad. City in California.
  • Irvine. City in California.
  • The Woodlands. City in Texas.
  • Overland Park. City in Kansas.
  • Plano. City in Texas.
  • Where are the best primary schools in England?

    The top 20 English state primary schools have been revealed – and six of the top 10 are in London. The Sunday Times has compiled its highly anticipated annual ‘ Parent Power ‘ list ranking each school according to last year’s SATs results.

    How is a school ranked in the UK?

    Schools marked with a are schools that are ranked within the top 10% of all schools (England only) for at least one measure (i.e. Key Stage 2 performance, GCSE Attainment 8 or A-Level Average Point Score). 1. To locate by [Ofsted] rating: they locrated the school using Locrating Ltd is a family run business.

    Which is the best primary school in the Sevenoaks?

    We are truly delighted about this, all schools have been ranked according to the results at the end of KS2 (Juniors, Year 6) 2016. Only four state schools in the Sevenoaks were listed, these included Lady Boswells, St John’s, Otford and St Thomas’s Primary school.

    How many schools are in the east of England?

    There are 1,170 multi-academy trusts that manage at least two schools: 598– have five or fewer schools, 259 have 6-11 schools, 85 have between 12-25 schools and 29 MATs have 26 or more schools. There are 11 local education authorities in the East of England. There are 19 local education authorities in the South East of England.