Ealing performance tables for 2016/17 are available on the DfE website or via the links on this page:
Key stage 2
The proportion of primary school pupils achieving the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths was 65% in Ealing in 2016/17. The average progress score for Ealing pupils was 0.6 in reading, 0.9 in writing and 1.8 in maths. This means Ealing schools are performing 4% points above the national average in terms of raw results and significantly above the national average in all subjects for progress.
Ealing's 2016 key stage 2 results are published by the Department for Education.
GCSE and equivalent
The average progress 8 score for Ealing pupils in 201/1 was 0.42 and the average attainment 8 score was 48.7. The proportion of pupils achieving GCSE grades 5 and above (or equivalent qualifications) in English and maths was 50.7% in Ealing in 2016/17. This means Ealing is above the national average in terms of raw results by 8% and above the national average for progress by 0.45 points. In terms of progress 8 this places us 7th out of 151 local authorities nationally.
Ealing's GCSE and equivalent results are published by the Department for Education.
The average points per academic entry is now higher in Ealing (33.15) than in all schools and colleges nationally (31.32) in 2016/17. The average points per applied general entry was also higher in Ealing (39.02) than nationally (35.69), as were the average points per technical level entry (Ealing 33.32, national 30.77). Progress in English and maths at level 2 was above the national average for Ealing pupils; and the proportion of Ealing post 16 leavers (in 2015) who stayed in education or employment for at least 2 terms after post 16 study is now above the national average.
Ealing's post 16 results are published by the Department for Education.