These are the worst-performing primary schools in Sunderland

The number of primary school pupils reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths has risen again, official figures show.

Friday, 14th December 2018, 7:30 am
Updated Friday, 14th December 2018, 7:32 am
While the number of schools considered to be under-performing has decreased, 364 mainstream primaries in England fell below the primary school floor standard.

We have taken a look at Department of Education figures on the Government website, and listed the 20 schools in Sunderland with the lowest percentage of pupils meeting the expected standard when it comes to this year's Key Stage 2 Sats tests. Pupils are meeting the expected standard if they achieve a scaled score of 100 or more in their reading and maths test, and their teacher assesses them as "working at the expected standard" or better in writing. Schools listed are those where data was available, or applicable, on the Government's website.

The school has 27% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 31% of pupils meeting expected standard.
The school has 34% of pupils meeting the expected standard.

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The school has 42% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
This school has 42% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 45% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 46% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 46% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 47% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 48% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 50% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 50% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 50% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 50% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 51% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 51% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 55% of students meeting the expected standard.
The school has 56% of pupils meeting the expected standard (no picture available).
The school has 56% of pupils meeting the expected standard.
The school has 56% of pupils meeting the expected standard.