The Sunday Times/Parent Power top 250 state primary schools in England table was published today, Sunday November 22nd. Hampden Gurney C of E Primary School in Marylebone achieved a well-deserved 4th place in the league.
Schools are ranked by the aggregated average scaled scores achieved by children in reading, grammar and maths from Standard Assessment Tests (SATS) taken in 2019.
LDBS schools also appeared in 31st place – St Mary Abbot C of E Primary School in Kensington.
39th place – St Clement Danes C of E Primary School in Holborn.
Holy Trinity C of E Primary School, Northwood and St Stephen’s C of E Primary School, Shepherd Bush are among the schools that share 85th place and St Stephen’s C of E Primary School in Twickenham takes 99th place. Hampstead Parochial C of E Primary School in the heart of Hampstead achieves 136th place.
Evelyn Chua, Headteacher of Hampden Gurney Church of England Primary School said:
“On behalf of the Governing Body and Staff at Hampden Gurney Primary, I would like to congratulate all our 2019 Yr 6 pupils for these exceptional examination outcomes. These fantastic results reflect the combined efforts of our wonderful pupils, their dedicated teachers and teaching assistants, and the significant support they have received from their families overtime; a real team effort.”
Penny Roberts, Executive Chair, London Diocesan Board for Schools added:
“The LDBS supports 136 Church primary schools in London and we are delighted by the achievements of all our schools. For the outcomes for pupils at so many of our schools to be among the very best in the country is a tremendous achievement and we thank our advisors, our teachers and the support staff who work tirelessly to help pupils achieve excellent outcomes to give them the best opportunities in life.”
Well done to all our schools.
(Image shows Hampden Gurney C of E Primary School)