The national curriculum is a set of subjects and standards used by local authority maintained primary and secondary schools so children learn the same things. It covers what subjects are taught and the standards children should reach in each subject.
Every year the Department for Education publishes information on the achievement and attainment of pupils in all schools. These tables provide a guide to how well a school is doing. They list National Curriculum test results for each school in England and show how they compare with other schools.
As well as our own schools performance results you are able to access information on all schools throughout England so that you are able to see how each individual school compares with others, locally, county and nationally and against the average across the country.
The data covers a number of years and in addition to the more well known SATs results also compares issues such as disadvantaged pupils comparative performance, pupil progress, pupil absence, staffing and spending etc.
Department of Education Performance tables
To gain access to the whole range of performance tables please visit the DfE website - see link below