Maths results for 6 to 7 year olds

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1. Main facts and figures

  • 76% of pupils finishing year 2 in 2017/18 met the expected standard in maths and 22% of pupils met the higher standard
  • pupils from the Chinese ethnic group were the most likely to meet the expected standard, at 91%
  • White Gypsy/Roma pupils were least likely to do so, at 34%
  • pupils from the Chinese ethnic group were most likely to meet the higher standard (46%) and White Gypsy/Roma and White Irish Traveller pupils were least likely to (3%)
  • a higher percentage of girls than boys met the expected standard, but a higher percentage of boys than girls met the higher standard
  • in every ethnic group except White Gypsy/Roma, pupils who were eligible for free school meals were less likely to meet the expected standard than those who were not eligible
Things you need to know

In 2017/18, 664,979 pupils were assessed for maths in year 2 (when they are 6 or 7 years old).

Ethnicity was known for 99% of pupils. The broad ethnic breakdown was as follows:

  • 75% of pupils were White
  • 11% were Asian
  • 6% had Mixed ethnicity
  • 5% were Black
  • 0.5% were Chinese
  • 2% were from the Other ethnic group

School-level data is not published for key stage 1 subjects.

The Isles of Scilly and the City of London have only one school each. Their results are not included in local authority breakdowns.

This data only includes pupils in state-funded schools.

What the data measures

This data measures the maths attainment of pupils at the end of key stage 1 (year 2), when they are 6 to 7 years old.

Teachers assess each pupil against the following standards:

  • expected standard – pupils are 'working at the expected standard' or 'working at greater depth within the expected standard'
  • higher standard – pupils are 'working at a greater depth within the expected standard'
The ethnic categories used in this data

This data uses categories from the Department for Education’s school census. These groupings are broadly based on the 2001 national Census, with 3 exceptions:

  • Traveller of Irish Heritage and Gypsy/Roma children have been separated into 2 categories
  • Sri Lankan is included in the Asian/Asian British group but is not reported separately
  • Chinese pupils have been assigned a separate category from Asian

These changes were made after consultations with local authorities and lobby groups.

Data is reported for broad and detailed ethnic categories. These are

Asian/Asian British:

  • Indian
  • Pakistani
  • Bangladeshi
  • Sri Lankan
  • Other Asian background

Black/African/Caribbean/Black British:

  • Black African
  • Black Caribbean
  • Black Other

Mixed/Multiple ethnic groups:

  • White and Black Caribbean
  • White and Black African
  • White and Asian
  • Other Mixed background

White:

  • White British
  • White Irish
  • Traveller of Irish Heritage
  • Gypsy/Roma
  • Other White

Chinese

Other ethnic group

2. By ethnicity

Percentage of pupils meeting the expected and higher standards in maths by ethnicity
Ethnicity Expected standard Higher standard
All 76 22
Asian 78 24
Bangladeshi 78 22
Indian 85 32
Pakistani 73 17
Asian other 81 27
Black 74 20
Black African 76 21
Black Caribbean 69 14
Black other 72 17
Chinese 91 46
Mixed 77 23
Mixed White/Asian 81 29
Mixed White/Black African 76 21
Mixed White/Black Caribbean 71 15
Mixed other 78 24
White 76 22
White British 76 22
White Irish 76 26
Gypsy/Roma 34 3
Irish Traveller 36 3
White other 75 21
Other 72 19
Unknown 59 16

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Summary

This data shows that:

  • 76% of pupils met the expected standard in maths and 22% met the higher standard
  • 91% of pupils from the Chinese ethnic group met the expected standard and 46% met the higher standard (the highest percentages of any ethnic group)
  • 34% of White Gypsy/Roma pupils met the expected standard (the lowest percentage of any ethnic group)
  • 3% of White Gypsy/Roma and White Irish Traveller met the higher standard (the lowest percentage of any ethnic group)
  • 76% of White British pupils met the expected standard and 22% met the higher standard

3. By ethnicity and eligibility for free school meals

Percentage of pupils meeting the expected standard in maths by ethnicity and eligibility for free school meals
Ethnicity FSM Non-FSM
% %
All 61 79
Asian 70 80
Bangladeshi 74 79
Indian 73 86
Pakistani 67 74
Asian other 71 82
Black 68 76
Black African 71 78
Black Caribbean 61 71
Black other 65 73
Chinese 83 92
Mixed 65 79
Mixed White/Asian 68 83
Mixed White/Black African 67 79
Mixed White/Black Caribbean 61 74
Mixed other 66 80
White 58 79
White British 58 79
White Irish 54 80
Gypsy/Roma 34 34
Irish Traveller 30 43
White other 62 76
Other 64 74
Unknown 61 59

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Summary

Eligibility for free school meals (FSM) is used as an indicator of deprivation by the Department for Education.

The data shows that:

  • in 2017/18 there were 91,174 pupils eligible for free school meals in year 2 (14% of all pupils)
  • 61% of FSM-eligible pupils reached the expected standard in maths, compared with 79% of non-FSM pupils (a gap of 18 percentage points)
  • in every ethnic group except White Gypsy/Roma, FSM-eligible pupils were less likely to reach the expected standard than non-FSM pupils
  • 58% of FSM-eligible White British pupils met the expected standard, compared with 79% of non-FSM pupils (a gap of 21 percentage points)
  • 83% of FSM-eligible Chinese pupils met the expected standard (the highest percentage of any ethnic group)
  • White Irish pupils had the largest gap in attainment between FSM-eligible and non-FSM pupils at 26 percentage points

4. By ethnicity and area

Percentage of pupils meeting the expected standard for maths by ethnicity and area
Geography All Asian Black Chinese Mixed White Other
% % % % % % %
Barking and Dagenham 76 81 79 78 77 72 71
Barnet 79 83 73 97 78 80 78
Barnsley 75 80 71 50 72 75 78
Bath and North East Somerset 77 91 47 67 72 77 75
Bedford 73 67 74 90 74 74 61
Bexley 81 86 84 94 83 80 79
Birmingham 73 75 72 91 73 72 74
Blackburn with Darwen 76 77 74 80 76 76 69
Blackpool 73 85 67 100 81 73 82
Bolton 74 78 60 92 83 74 66
Bournemouth 79 86 90 100 73 79 75
Bracknell Forest 80 85 71 91 82 80 77
Bradford 73 75 59 83 73 72 66
Brent 75 81 73 71 76 76 68
Brighton and Hove 76 71 73 100 73 77 54
Bristol, City of 75 70 63 93 74 77 73
Bromley 80 89 71 97 81 81 78
Buckinghamshire 78 77 76 100 78 79 65
Bury 74 69 67 94 78 75 66
Calderdale 73 69 67 100 71 74 50
Cambridgeshire 75 81 60 94 74 75 77
Camden 76 77 72 85 77 79 70
Central Bedfordshire 79 84 76 88 74 79 74
Cheshire East 77 78 69 70 79 77 63
Cheshire West and Chester 74 80 76 88 77 74 68
City of London withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality
Cornwall 72 83 0 69 75 72 80
County Durham 78 77 50 85 74 78 60
Coventry 73 80 71 88 71 72 66
Croydon 78 83 77 96 77 79 74
Cumbria 75 80 50 100 77 75 86
Darlington 78 80 80 75 81 78 67
Derby 74 74 77 89 77 74 72
Derbyshire 77 81 70 86 76 77 60
Devon 75 77 64 100 75 75 64
Doncaster 75 71 70 100 76 75 64
Dorset 77 78 25 100 84 76 69
Dudley 74 73 74 90 74 74 63
Ealing 77 81 69 89 76 80 71
East Riding of Yorkshire 77 90 40 100 83 77 40
East Sussex 77 83 71 88 78 77 75
Enfield 74 84 72 96 80 73 74
Essex 77 85 76 85 78 77 77
Gateshead 77 89 84 83 82 77 54
Gloucestershire 75 79 71 93 77 75 52
Greenwich 80 85 82 97 79 77 80
Hackney 81 87 78 93 83 82 84
Halton 74 50 100 N/A* 83 74 67
Hammersmith and Fulham 81 84 73 100 82 83 81
Hampshire 79 83 71 94 79 79 82
Haringey 78 85 76 89 80 78 75
Harrow 80 86 71 93 79 75 72
Hartlepool 77 82 100 80 68 77 63
Havering 78 83 77 88 75 79 68
Herefordshire, County of 77 75 100 100 76 78 46
Hertfordshire 78 82 72 96 76 78 80
Hillingdon 78 84 75 100 79 75 75
Hounslow 81 86 75 94 85 80 77
Isle of Wight 68 78 100 100 69 68 0
Isles of Scilly withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality
Islington 77 82 71 100 74 81 75
Kensington and Chelsea 82 88 74 80 84 86 76
Kent 79 87 85 86 82 78 70
Kingston upon Hull, City of 73 86 63 100 74 74 70
Kingston upon Thames 80 79 69 94 80 82 77
Kirklees 73 72 68 87 70 75 73
Knowsley 72 87 71 100 73 72 80
Lambeth 80 80 76 91 81 83 81
Lancashire 75 73 78 88 76 76 72
Leeds 71 69 67 92 68 72 68
Leicester 72 78 72 89 72 66 75
Leicestershire 76 80 65 87 75 76 81
Lewisham 78 80 73 85 79 82 78
Lincolnshire 74 83 81 93 71 74 65
Liverpool 72 80 76 89 70 72 63
Luton 73 74 74 71 73 74 63
Manchester 74 74 76 94 75 74 71
Medway 78 84 87 91 79 77 88
Merton 78 83 74 86 78 77 74
Middlesbrough 68 70 76 50 72 69 42
Milton Keynes 76 82 73 95 78 75 80
Newcastle upon Tyne 76 77 72 92 79 76 77
Newham 81 83 81 80 83 76 82
Norfolk 74 75 71 88 74 75 70
North East Lincolnshire 73 87 71 100 77 73 53
North Lincolnshire 76 90 56 83 88 76 52
North Somerset 77 75 54 100 78 77 67
North Tyneside 79 75 71 89 86 79 67
North Yorkshire 75 75 74 88 75 75 65
Northamptonshire 75 76 70 93 75 76 69
Northumberland 79 82 100 88 84 79 58
Nottingham 71 74 73 92 73 71 66
Nottinghamshire 75 77 69 92 73 75 70
Oldham 70 66 66 75 72 74 61
Oxfordshire 77 75 70 89 77 77 70
Peterborough 72 72 77 64 76 72 81
Plymouth 73 69 65 89 66 73 70
Poole 80 90 73 100 72 80 100
Portsmouth 73 76 74 100 75 73 59
Reading 76 82 72 85 72 76 77
Redbridge 81 86 75 93 76 78 74
Redcar and Cleveland 78 80 50 100 73 78 25
Richmond upon Thames 85 88 81 95 85 85 88
Rochdale 74 72 65 100 77 75 72
Rotherham 75 77 71 69 77 75 54
Rutland 79 88 67 N/A* 83 79 100
Salford 75 80 74 86 75 76 75
Sandwell 73 77 73 87 72 71 66
Sefton 76 80 45 100 77 76 64
Sheffield 74 76 71 91 70 75 71
Shropshire 74 79 63 83 75 74 67
Slough 77 83 71 100 79 71 71
Solihull 77 80 70 95 78 77 78
Somerset 77 78 73 83 80 77 64
South Gloucestershire 80 89 81 100 82 80 70
South Tyneside 77 80 67 86 70 78 78
Southampton 76 80 76 95 73 76 74
Southend-on-Sea 76 74 74 86 75 77 68
Southwark 78 82 76 92 80 81 73
St. Helens 75 82 71 100 76 75 50
Staffordshire 78 75 64 86 78 78 70
Stockport 74 69 72 100 74 75 68
Stockton-on-Tees 77 73 86 71 76 78 44
Stoke-on-Trent 72 73 69 100 76 72 59
Suffolk 74 78 73 100 73 74 75
Sunderland 77 73 90 87 74 77 67
Surrey 79 80 70 92 80 79 78
Sutton 81 91 78 98 76 80 81
Swindon 78 81 90 92 77 78 68
Tameside 73 72 65 83 83 73 78
Telford and Wrekin 77 80 80 100 74 77 100
Thurrock 78 85 84 100 76 77 90
Torbay 74 91 100 100 76 74 50
Tower Hamlets 77 79 78 85 75 76 74
Trafford 80 81 73 90 75 81 82
Wakefield 74 74 65 89 71 74 69
Walsall 74 77 69 93 73 73 60
Waltham Forest 81 83 76 97 81 81 80
Wandsworth 83 80 77 94 78 88 82
Warrington 78 89 83 100 75 78 80
Warwickshire 77 85 70 96 79 76 78
West Berkshire 76 88 82 67 80 76 75
West Sussex 74 76 64 95 74 74 61
Westminster 78 80 75 88 83 79 74
Wigan 76 66 65 88 85 77 57
Wiltshire 75 79 66 89 74 76 56
Windsor and Maidenhead 80 77 75 100 86 81 77
Wirral 74 81 92 100 77 73 73
Wokingham 81 89 69 96 77 79 71
Wolverhampton 75 80 76 77 72 74 69
Worcestershire 76 74 73 93 80 76 73
York 77 80 50 64 79 77 80

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Summary

This data shows that:

  • 88% of White pupils met the expected standard in Wandsworth, compared with 66% in Leicester (a gap of 22 percentage points)
  • figures for other ethnic groups are based on small numbers, so reliable generalisations can’t be made

5. By ethnicity and gender

Percentage of pupils meeting the expected and higher standards in maths by ethnicity and gender
Boys Girls
Ethnicity Boys Expected standard Boys Higher standard Girls Expected standard Girls Higher standard
All 75 24 77 20
Asian 77 26 80 22
Bangladeshi 76 24 80 20
Indian 84 34 87 30
Pakistani 71 19 75 16
Asian other 79 29 82 25
Black 72 20 76 19
Black African 74 22 78 21
Black Caribbean 66 14 71 15
Black other 69 18 74 17
Chinese 90 48 92 44
Mixed 75 25 78 20
Mixed White/Asian 80 32 82 26
Mixed White/Black African 75 24 78 19
Mixed White/Black Caribbean 69 17 73 14
Mixed other 77 27 78 22
White 75 24 77 19
White British 75 24 78 19
White Irish 75 28 78 24
Gypsy/Roma 32 3 35 2
Irish Traveller 36 3 35 3
White other 75 24 76 18
Other 72 22 73 17
Unknown 59 18 60 13

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Summary

This data shows that:

  • 77% of girls and 75% of boys met the expected standard in maths in 2017/18
  • 24% of boys and 20% of girls met the higher standard
  • girls were more likely to meet the expected standard than boys in all ethnic groups except for White Irish Traveller pupils
  • boys were more likely to meet the higher standard than girls in all ethnic groups except for Black Caribbean pupils
  • among White British pupils, 78% of girls and 75% of boys met the expected standard, while 24% of boys and 19% of girls met the higher standard
  • Chinese girls were most likely to meet the expected standard, at 92%, and Chinese boys were most likely to meet the higher standard, at 48%
  • White Gypsy/Roma boys were least likely to meet the expected standard, at 32%, and White Gypsy/Roma girls were least likely to meet the higher standard, at 2%
  • the biggest gap between girls and boys in the expected standard was among pupils from Black Caribbean and Other Black backgrounds (at 5 percentage points)
  • the biggest gap between boys and girls in the higher standard were among pupils from Mixed White and Asian and Other White backgrounds (at 6 percentage points)

6. By ethnicity, gender, and eligibility for free school meals

Percentage of pupils meeting the expected standard for maths by ethnicity, gender, and eligibility for free school meals
Boys Girls
Ethnicity Boys FSM Boys Non FSM Girls FSM Girls Non FSM
All 59 77 63 80
Asian 67 78 72 81
Bangladeshi 71 76 76 81
Indian 70 84 76 87
Pakistani 65 72 69 76
Asian other 68 80 73 83
Black 67 74 70 78
Black African 69 75 73 80
Black Caribbean 59 68 62 74
Black other 64 71 66 76
Chinese 81 91 85 92
Mixed 63 78 67 81
Mixed White/Asian 66 82 70 84
Mixed White/Black African 64 78 70 79
Mixed White/Black Caribbean 59 72 64 76
Mixed other 65 79 66 81
White 56 78 60 80
White British 56 78 60 80
White Irish 52 79 55 82
Gypsy/Roma 30 34 38 34
Irish Traveller 31 42 30 45
White other 61 76 63 77
Other 64 74 65 75
Unknown 56 59 66 59

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Summary

Eligibility for free school meals (FSM) is used as an indicator of deprivation by the Department for Education.

The data shows that:

  • 63% of FSM-eligible girls met the expected standard in maths compared with 59% of FSM-eligible boys
  • among White British FSM-eligible pupils, 60% of girls met the expected standard, compared with 56% of boys
  • 85% of FSM-eligible Chinese girls met the expected standard (the highest percentage of any FSM-eligible pupils)
  • 30% of FSM-eligible White Gypsy/Roma boys and White Irish Traveller girls met the expected standard (the lowest percentage of FSM-eligible pupils)
  • White Gypsy/Roma pupils had the largest gap in attainment between FSM-eligible boys and girls at 8 percentage points

7. By ethnicity, area and gender

Percentage of pupils meeting the expected standard for maths by ethnicity, area and gender
All Asian Black Chinese Mixed White Other
Geography All boys All girls Asian boys Asian girls Black boys Black girls Chinese boys Chinese girls Mixed boys Mixed girls White boys White girls Other boys Other girls
Barking and Dagenham 73 79 76 87 76 82 67 83 76 78 69 75 78 63
Barnet 79 80 81 84 71 75 97 97 77 78 79 81 81 76
Barnsley 72 78 90 60 64 80 0 100 77 64 72 78 60 100
Bath and North East Somerset 78 76 95 86 50 44 75 50 75 67 78 77 71 80
Bedford 72 74 69 64 75 74 75 100 71 77 72 77 75 50
Bexley 81 82 86 86 83 85 94 94 79 88 80 80 67 94
Birmingham 72 74 73 78 70 74 93 90 71 76 72 71 73 74
Blackburn with Darwen 74 78 72 82 79 70 100 75 79 73 76 77 94 33
Blackpool 72 74 86 84 100 33 100 100 83 81 72 74 75 86
Bolton 73 75 75 80 54 66 88 100 84 81 73 75 64 69
Bournemouth 77 80 85 86 82 100 100 100 69 77 78 80 71 77
Bracknell Forest 79 80 83 87 74 68 100 86 81 82 79 80 67 86
Bradford 71 74 72 78 51 65 100 50 76 69 71 72 63 70
Brent 74 77 79 84 71 75 100 50 74 79 77 76 63 75
Brighton and Hove 74 77 75 66 64 79 100 100 72 74 76 78 64 43
Bristol, City of 74 75 73 68 61 65 100 87 74 73 76 77 72 75
Bromley 81 80 88 91 69 73 94 100 81 81 81 80 72 83
Buckinghamshire 78 79 78 76 75 78 100 100 76 80 78 80 74 50
Bury 74 73 69 69 63 70 89 100 78 78 76 74 59 75
Calderdale 71 76 69 69 60 73 100 100 72 70 72 77 67 33
Cambridgeshire 75 75 81 81 54 70 100 88 75 73 75 75 80 73
Camden 76 77 74 79 71 72 82 89 75 79 80 78 63 77
Central Bedfordshire 78 79 81 88 69 83 89 86 74 75 78 80 73 75
Cheshire East 76 78 76 79 60 73 60 80 81 77 76 78 57 70
Cheshire West and Chester 73 76 77 82 73 83 86 100 79 75 73 76 50 82
City of London withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality withheld to protect confidentiality
Cornwall 71 73 78 89 N/A* 0 88 40 76 73 71 73 90 70
County Durham 77 79 86 70 40 100 82 87 78 69 77 79 50 73
Coventry 72 75 78 82 68 74 86 90 70 71 72 73 60 71
Croydon 77 79 83 83 76 77 91 100 77 77 77 80 74 73
Cumbria 74 77 85 76 0 67 100 100 76 78 74 77 90 75
Darlington 76 80 78 84 75 83 50 100 69 89 76 80 50 83
Derby 72 76 72 76 75 77 93 75 77 77 72 76 73 70
Derbyshire 76 77 70 91 67 73 86 86 74 78 76 77 75 46
Devon 74 75 64 96 33 88 100 100 76 74 74 75 68 60
Doncaster 72 78 69 73 59 84 100 100 67 85 73 78 50 76
Dorset 76 77 77 78 50 0 100 100 78 89 76 77 71 67
Dudley 71 76 69 77 70 77 88 100 67 79 71 77 74 52
Ealing 75 78 81 81 66 72 100 82 71 80 78 81 72 69
East Riding of Yorkshire 77 78 88 92 0 67 100 100 80 87 77 78 29 46
East Sussex 75 80 86 81 71 71 67 100 74 83 75 80 64 89
Enfield 73 75 86 83 68 76 100 94 81 80 73 72 71 77
Essex 76 77 88 83 70 83 81 91 80 76 76 77 67 86
Gateshead 74 80 86 91 67 87 71 100 77 89 75 79 50 59
Gloucestershire 75 76 77 82 67 74 89 100 74 80 75 76 62 44
Greenwich 78 82 83 87 79 86 97 96 75 84 77 77 83 77
Hackney 80 84 85 88 75 82 91 94 82 84 80 84 84 84
Halton 73 74 50 N/A* N/A* 100 N/A* N/A* 78 93 73 74 50 100
Hammersmith and Fulham 80 81 80 88 74 73 100 100 82 82 83 84 78 84
Hampshire 78 80 80 87 68 73 96 92 80 78 78 80 85 79
Haringey 78 78 85 84 75 78 78 100 82 79 78 79 79 69
Harrow 79 81 85 88 65 76 80 100 79 78 75 75 69 74
Hartlepool 75 79 70 89 100 100 50 100 50 85 76 78 75 50
Havering 77 80 81 86 74 80 83 100 71 80 78 80 56 73
Herefordshire, County of 75 80 78 73 100 100 100 N/A* 75 76 75 80 57 33
Hertfordshire 78 78 81 83 71 72 93 100 75 78 78 78 83 76
Hillingdon 77 80 81 87 75 75 100 100 79 80 74 77 75 76
Hounslow 80 83 85 86 69 82 100 92 87 82 77 82 77 77
Isle of Wight 68 69 100 67 100 N/A* 100 N/A* 74 63 68 69 0 N/A*
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Islington 76 79 78 86 71 70 100 100 72 76 78 84 71 79
Kensington and Chelsea 81 82 90 85 72 76 80 N/A* 86 82 86 85 70 82
Kent 77 80 85 90 81 89 81 92 80 84 77 80 71 68
Kingston upon Hull, City of 72 74 100 74 64 62 100 100 72 76 72 75 76 65
Kingston upon Thames 80 80 78 81 60 77 86 100 79 82 83 80 77 77
Kirklees 72 75 70 75 74 59 100 71 66 73 74 76 74 71
Knowsley 69 75 89 86 78 63 100 100 71 74 68 75 80 80
Lambeth 78 81 76 85 73 80 92 90 80 81 82 83 82 80
Lancashire 74 76 72 74 74 81 84 93 73 79 75 76 74 68
Leeds 70 71 67 71 67 67 93 92 67 70 71 73 65 70
Leicester 71 73 77 79 72 72 82 100 72 72 65 68 72 77
Leicestershire 75 77 79 81 70 61 81 93 76 74 75 77 83 79
Lewisham 78 79 76 87 72 75 82 88 80 78 83 82 77 79
Lincolnshire 72 75 83 84 83 80 80 100 70 71 73 75 65 64
Liverpool 71 73 76 84 76 76 87 91 67 74 71 73 63 63
Luton 70 77 69 80 69 79 67 75 71 75 72 76 69 58
Manchester 72 75 72 75 73 79 91 97 73 78 73 76 71 70
Medway 75 81 78 91 87 88 88 100 76 82 74 81 93 83
Merton 78 79 82 84 71 78 92 75 78 79 77 77 77 70
Middlesbrough 67 70 68 72 71 80 67 0 71 72 67 71 47 36
Milton Keynes 74 78 78 86 74 73 100 88 71 86 74 76 75 86
Newcastle upon Tyne 76 77 73 81 69 75 90 94 78 80 77 76 69 84
Newham 79 83 81 86 77 85 78 82 79 86 74 78 83 81
Norfolk 74 75 79 71 69 72 86 89 77 71 73 76 64 77
North East Lincolnshire 71 76 100 67 50 80 100 100 85 69 71 76 50 57
North Lincolnshire 74 79 89 91 75 40 100 75 95 81 74 79 46 60
North Somerset 78 76 87 65 67 43 100 100 76 79 78 77 100 50
North Tyneside 78 79 78 68 75 67 100 80 76 94 78 79 78 50
North Yorkshire 75 75 79 69 67 82 100 80 75 76 75 76 59 71
Northamptonshire 75 75 76 77 68 73 94 92 76 73 75 76 67 74
Northumberland 77 81 89 74 100 100 100 75 81 86 76 81 57 60
Nottingham 70 73 73 75 71 74 86 100 71 75 69 73 66 67
Nottinghamshire 74 77 79 76 74 66 90 95 72 74 74 77 65 73
Oldham 68 73 63 69 62 69 85 33 68 76 72 76 65 56
Oxfordshire 76 77 74 76 66 73 93 83 75 78 77 77 68 72
Peterborough 69 74 69 76 82 71 33 88 68 83 69 74 79 83
Plymouth 71 75 50 92 57 75 82 100 61 71 71 75 70 71
Poole 79 81 95 87 83 60 100 100 76 67 78 81 100 100
Portsmouth 71 76 77 74 75 74 100 100 74 77 71 76 50 73
Reading 77 74 85 79 74 70 100 71 75 69 77 74 83 69
Redbridge 81 81 85 86 78 73 88 100 78 73 79 78 72 79
Redcar and Cleveland 76 80 67 100 67 0 100 N/A* 78 65 76 80 33 0
Richmond upon Thames 84 85 85 92 89 72 90 100 86 84 85 85 82 100
Rochdale 72 75 69 74 65 64 100 100 76 80 73 76 74 68
Rotherham 73 76 75 80 59 81 75 60 69 86 74 76 46 60
Rutland 79 80 100 67 100 33 N/A* N/A* 75 100 79 80 N/A* 100
Salford 73 79 73 86 76 72 75 100 70 81 73 79 70 80
Sandwell 71 74 77 78 70 75 92 82 66 78 70 72 69 63
Sefton 74 77 75 88 50 40 100 100 69 87 75 77 64 64
Sheffield 73 75 76 76 64 77 100 86 68 72 74 75 70 72
Shropshire 74 74 79 79 100 40 100 50 84 68 74 74 67 N/A*
Slough 75 80 82 85 65 78 100 100 78 80 69 74 63 80
Solihull 77 78 77 84 74 67 93 100 75 80 77 77 77 80
Somerset 76 77 71 86 67 78 83 83 79 81 77 77 55 73
South Gloucestershire 77 83 86 92 83 78 100 100 78 85 77 82 70 70
South Tyneside 75 79 79 80 67 67 100 83 71 68 76 80 90 63
Southampton 73 79 78 82 75 77 91 100 71 76 73 79 69 78
Southend-on-Sea 76 77 78 71 74 73 100 75 74 75 76 78 64 75
Southwark 77 79 81 82 74 78 89 95 77 84 81 81 78 69
St. Helens 73 77 67 92 80 50 100 100 63 84 73 77 25 83
Staffordshire 77 80 70 81 61 68 81 89 72 83 77 80 50 80
Stockport 74 75 70 68 65 77 100 100 80 69 74 75 68 67
Stockton-on-Tees 75 80 72 73 84 92 60 100 74 78 76 81 50 40
Stoke-on-Trent 70 73 73 73 66 72 100 100 74 78 70 74 54 63
Suffolk 72 75 73 83 73 72 100 100 70 76 73 75 67 86
Sunderland 73 81 71 75 100 83 91 75 66 82 74 81 50 75
Surrey 78 80 81 80 63 75 95 88 79 81 78 80 75 81
Sutton 79 84 89 92 72 85 95 100 74 79 78 84 75 86
Swindon 77 80 77 87 81 98 100 83 77 77 77 79 64 73
Tameside 70 76 72 72 59 72 75 88 87 79 70 76 63 87
Telford and Wrekin 75 78 76 83 79 81 100 100 73 75 75 78 100 N/A*
Thurrock 77 80 85 84 84 83 100 100 68 87 75 78 94 86
Torbay 71 77 100 75 N/A* 100 100 100 70 82 71 78 60 33
Tower Hamlets 75 80 76 82 76 80 78 89 78 72 75 77 74 74
Trafford 81 80 81 82 79 65 90 89 75 74 81 81 83 81
Wakefield 73 75 78 71 57 72 92 86 74 67 73 76