The Department for Education (DfE) publishes league tables every year to reflect the exam results of children in primary and secondary schools. The aim is to motivate teachers to improve academic performance.
Comparisons are made on a national, regional and local scale, with the latter being the most important rankings when it comes to choosing a school. The critical league tables for primary school children are published in December, showing how well Key Stage 2 pupils measure up to national standards in reading, writing and mathematics.
Schools are judged to have kept up with required academic performance if at least 65 per cent of their students achieved the expected standard.
Please find the link below to find out where Canklow is in these league tables.