Maths results for 10 to 11 year olds

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1. Main facts and figures

  • 79% of 10 to 11 year olds met the expected standard in maths in the 2018 to 2019 school year

  • 27% of pupils met the higher standard

  • pupils from the Chinese ethnic group were the most likely out of all ethnic groups to meet the expected and higher standards

  • White Gypsy and Roma pupils were least likely out of all ethnic groups to meet both the expected and higher standards

  • pupils from the Chinese ethnic group made the most progress between 7 and 11 years old

  • in every ethnic group except White Irish, girls were more likely than boys to meet the expected standard

  • in every ethnic group except Black Caribbean, boys were more likely than girls to meet the higher standard

  • Black Caribbean and White Irish Traveller pupils made the least progress between 7 and 11 years old

  • boys from the Chinese ethnic group had the highest average scaled score, at 112 compared with an average of 105

Things you need to know

In the 2018 to 2019 school year, 644,723 pupils were assessed for maths in key stage 2 at state-funded schools.

Ethnicity was known for 99% of pupils. Of those:

  • 74% of pupils were White
  • 11% were Asian
  • 6% had Mixed ethnicity
  • 6% were Black
  • 0.4% were Chinese
  • 2% were from Other ethnic groups

Numbers of pupils vary in the results for different subjects. This is because pupils who don’t have a valid result for a particular subject are excluded from the total. For more about valid results, see the Methodology.

There were 2,320 White Gypsy and Roma pupils and 473 Traveller of Irish Heritage pupils.

The Isles of Scilly had 19 pupils and the City of London had 28. Use caution when interpreting figures for these groups and local authorities as they are based on small numbers of pupils.

What the data measures

The data measures the maths attainment of pupils at the end of key stage 2 (year 6), when children are usually 10 or 11 years old.

The data covers the 2018 to 2019 school year. The download file also provides attainment for pupils who were eligible for free school meals and those who were not eligible.

Teachers assess each pupil against the following standards:

  • expected standard – pupils must have a ‘scaled score’ of 100 or more
  • higher standard – pupils must have a ‘scaled score’ of 110 or more

For each ethnic group, there are also figures for:

  • average scaled score
  • progress score

Scaled scores range from 80 to 120. They allow for variations in test difficulty year on year and help give a clearer comparison between years.

Read more about scaled scores at key stage 2.

The progress score measures the progress that pupils make between the end of key stage 1 (primary school year 2) and the end of key stage 2 (year 6). A pupil’s results are compared with the actual achievements of other pupils nationally with similar key stage 1 results.

This data shows an average progress score for each ethnic group.

A progress score of 0 (the national average) means pupils are making the expected amount of progress.

A positive score (0.1 and above) means they are making more progress than expected.

A negative score (-0.1 and below) means they are making less progress than expected.

The ethnic categories used in this data

This data uses categories from the Department for Education’s school census. These groupings are based on the 2001 national Census, with 2 exceptions:

  • White Irish Traveller and White Gypsy and Roma children have been separated into 2 categories
  • pupils in the Chinese ethnic group are in a separate category from Asian pupils

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

Local authority data is only provided for 6 ethnic groups:

  • Asian
  • Black
  • Chinese
  • Mixed
  • White
  • Other

2. By ethnicity

Percentage of pupils meeting the expected and higher standards in maths, and average scaled score and progress score, by ethnicity
Ethnicity Expected standard Higher standard Average scaled score Progress score
All 79 27 105 0.0
Asian 84 36 107 1.8
Bangladeshi 84 35 107 1.9
Indian 89 48 109 2.5
Pakistani 79 27 105 1.1
Asian other 87 43 108 2.6
Black 78 25 105 0.3
Black African 81 28 106 0.9
Black Caribbean 70 15 103 -1.4
Black other 74 22 104 0.0
Chinese 94 64 111 4.4
Mixed 79 28 105 -0.1
Mixed White/Asian 84 36 107 0.7
Mixed White/Black African 78 25 105 -0.2
Mixed White/Black Caribbean 72 18 103 -1.3
Mixed other 80 30 106 0.4
White 78 25 105 -0.3
White British 78 25 105 -0.5
White Irish 82 34 106 0.6
Gypsy/Roma 34 4 96 -0.8
Irish Traveller 40 5 98 -1.4
White other 80 30 106 2.2
Other 79 31 106 2.4
Unknown 62 20 104 -0.4

Download table data for ‘By ethnicity’ (CSV) Source data for ‘By ethnicity’ (CSV)

Summary of Maths results for 10 to 11 year olds By ethnicity Summary

The data shows that:

  • 79% of pupils met the expected standard in maths in year 6 (when they were 10 or 11 years old)
  • 27% met the higher standard
  • 94% of pupils from the Chinese ethnic group met the expected standard and 64% met the higher standard, the highest percentages out of all ethnic groups
  • 34% of pupils from the White Gypsy and Roma ethnic group met the expected standard and 4% met the higher standard, the lowest percentages out of all ethnic groups
  • pupils from the Chinese ethnic group had the highest average scaled score (111) compared with the national average (105)
  • White Gypsy and Roma pupils had the lowest average scaled score (96)
  • pupils from the Chinese ethnic group made the most progress with a score of 4.4 (compared with the national average of 0.0)
  • pupils from the Black Caribbean and White Irish Traveller ethnic groups made the least progress with scores of -1.4

3. By ethnicity and gender

Percentage of pupils meeting the expected and higher standards in maths, and average scaled score and progress score, by ethnicity and gender
Boys Girls
Ethnicity Boys Expected standard Boys Higher standard Boys Average scaled score Boys Progress score Girls Expected standard Girls Higher standard Girls Average scaled score Girls Progress score
All 78 29 105 0.7 79 24 105 -0.7
Asian 84 39 107 2.6 84 34 106 1.1
Bangladeshi 83 37 107 2.7 85 32 106 1.1
Indian 89 51 109 3.2 90 45 108 1.8
Pakistani 79 29 105 1.9 79 24 105 0.2
Asian other 87 45 108 3.3 87 40 107 1.9
Black 76 25 105 0.7 80 24 105 -0.1
Black African 79 28 106 1.3 83 27 105 0.4
Black Caribbean 67 15 102 -1.1 73 16 103 -1.6
Black other 71 23 104 0.3 78 21 104 -0.4
Chinese 93 68 112 5.1 95 60 111 3.7
Mixed 78 29 105 0.5 80 26 105 -0.7
Mixed White/Asian 84 39 107 1.4 85 34 106 0.0
Mixed White/Black African 76 26 105 0.3 80 24 105 -0.8
Mixed White/Black Caribbean 70 19 103 -0.8 74 16 103 -1.8
Mixed other 80 32 106 1.0 81 28 105 -0.2
White 78 28 105 0.4 79 22 104 -1.1
White British 78 27 105 0.2 79 22 104 -1.3
White Irish 82 36 107 1.3 81 31 106 -0.2
Gypsy/Roma 33 5 97 0.0 35 4 96 -1.5
Irish Traveller 39 6 98 -1.0 41 3 98 -1.7
White other 79 33 106 3.0 80 27 105 1.4
Other 78 34 106 3.1 79 28 105 1.6
Unknown 61 21 104 0.2 63 19 103 -1.1

Download table data for ‘By ethnicity and gender’ (CSV) Source data for ‘By ethnicity and gender’ (CSV)

Summary of Maths results for 10 to 11 year olds By ethnicity and gender Summary

The data shows that:

  • 79% of girls and 78% of boys met the expected standard in maths in year 6 (when they were 10 or 11 years old)

  • 29% of boys and 24% of girls met the higher standard

  • in every ethnic group except White Irish, girls were more likely than boys to meet the expected standard

  • in every ethnic group except Black Caribbean, boys were more likely than girls to meet the higher standard

  • girls from the Chinese ethnic group were the most likely to meet the expected standard (95%)

  • boys from the Chinese ethnic group were most likely to meet the higher standard (68%)

  • boys from the White Gypsy and Roma ethnic group were least likely to meet the expected standard (33%)

  • girls from the White Irish Traveller ethnic group were least likely to meet the higher standard (3%)

  • the smallest gap between boys (82%) and girls (81%) meeting the expected standard was in the White Irish ethnic group

  • the biggest gap between girls and boys meeting the expected standard was in the Black Other (78% compared with 71%) and the Black Caribbean (73% compared with 67%) ethnic groups

  • boys from the Chinese ethnic group had the highest average scaled score (112)

  • girls from the White Gypsy and Roma ethnic group had the lowest average scaled score (96)

  • boys from the Chinese ethnic group had the highest average progress score (5.1)

  • girls from the Mixed White and Black Caribbean ethnic groups had the lowest average progress score (-1.8)

4. By ethnicity and area

Percentage of pupils meeting the expected standard in maths, by ethnicity and area
All Asian Black Chinese Mixed White Other
Local authority All % All Pupils Asian % Asian Pupils Black % Black Pupils Chinese % Chinese Pupils Mixed % Mixed Pupils White % White Pupils Other % Other Pupils
Barking and Dagenham 80 2,813 88 673 82 892 100 10 75 232 76 962 65 31
Barnet 86 3,613 90 421 81 401 100 55 85 364 87 1,929 86 397
Barnsley 81 2,285 96 24 82 18 100 2 76 54 81 2,159 100 10
Bath and North East Somerset 80 1,444 93 26 64 7 80 4 74 70 80 1,319 67 6
Bedford 71 1,533 71 232 73 91 83 5 63 161 72 1,018 64 18
Bexley 81 2,729 93 252 86 519 98 55 82 192 78 1,650 73 43
Birmingham 77 12,487 79 4,820 76 1,604 94 82 73 1,016 75 4,139 79 674
Blackburn with Darwen 82 1,793 83 820 88 29 100 5 82 59 80 854 100 21
Blackpool 82 1,378 91 32 60 3 75 3 75 45 83 1,288 75 6
Bolton 79 3,124 80 779 67 167 100 6 81 126 80 1,981 70 52
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 81 3,120 95 125 81 13 93 13 84 190 81 2,722 78 31
Bracknell Forest 79 1,123 87 68 79 38 90 9 84 85 78 911 86 6
Bradford 78 6,150 82 2,771 79 103 100 7 76 310 74 2,852 76 77
Brent 84 3,070 87 963 80 705 100 9 83 236 85 785 82 353
Brighton and Hove 79 2,124 84 71 79 46 89 17 84 237 78 1,669 82 46
Bristol, City of 78 3,786 78 303 72 393 100 23 72 318 80 2,698 65 32
Bromley 85 3,189 95 203 81 298 100 28 84 344 85 2,211 81 55
Buckinghamshire 79 4,926 81 849 69 115 96 24 78 381 78 3,482 83 35
Bury 80 1,900 79 286 71 41 83 10 76 88 81 1,444 77 24
Calderdale 79 2,169 81 391 64 16 100 9 81 89 79 1,646 73 11
Cambridgeshire 77 5,372 86 255 69 59 96 45 77 291 76 4,611 85 52
Camden 86 1,320 85 294 87 253 94 16 86 146 86 527 83 67
Central Bedfordshire 77 2,672 89 66 83 74 100 4 75 194 76 2,300 78 14
Cheshire East 80 3,387 84 72 81 13 93 13 79 139 80 3,128 63 12
Cheshire West and Chester 78 3,111 85 51 58 11 88 15 80 85 78 2,919 81 17
City of London 96 27 100 11 100 2 N/A* N/A* 100 4 100 9 50 1
Cornwall 76 4,435 80 12 33 1 89 8 74 106 76 4,240 86 19
County Durham 80 4,564 88 30 89 8 89 16 88 88 79 4,397 79 15
Coventry 77 3,400 81 774 77 411 90 19 75 220 76 1,901 68 48
Croydon 79 3,687 90 655 76 1,004 94 30 74 543 80 1,360 80 55
Cumbria 78 4,076 80 35 56 5 88 7 82 63 78 3,905 79 15
Darlington 83 1,056 90 28 86 6 100 1 73 22 82 981 82 9
Derby 76 2,515 83 518 75 97 100 10 77 191 74 1,619 76 56
Derbyshire 79 6,918 91 96 75 18 94 31 82 215 79 6,483 91 20
Devon 77 6,113 94 58 91 10 96 22 79 153 77 5,788 74 39
Doncaster 78 2,911 84 92 84 46 86 18 73 80 77 2,647 77 17
Dorset 76 2,963 89 24 67 8 100 12 76 93 76 2,810 67 2
Dudley 74 2,861 79 323 64 60 71 10 67 174 74 2,229 66 54
Ealing 85 3,671 87 1,094 78 538 100 18 83 299 86 1,127 84 558
East Riding of Yorkshire 79 2,877 94 16 71 5 50 1 81 63 79 2,757 89 16
East Sussex 75 4,144 82 94 83 34 93 13 77 246 75 3,696 53 17
Enfield 81 3,753 91 351 79 917 97 28 84 405 79 1,785 86 213
Essex 80 13,248 94 424 85 443 100 54 83 750 79 11,330 86 113
Gateshead 82 1,716 83 38 89 33 100 9 84 32 81 1,567 79 26
Gloucestershire 78 5,345 86 176 70 78 94 16 79 267 78 4,734 73 16
Greenwich 85 2,855 92 259 87 1,064 92 44 86 294 80 1,115 88 71
Hackney 78 2,026 81 252 75 705 100 11 78 208 79 711 83 127
Halton 75 1,208 86 6 100 1 N/A* N/A* 73 24 75 1,164 20 1
Hammersmith and Fulham 83 1,102 86 69 78 289 100 3 77 142 89 451 85 127
Hampshire 80 11,917 88 422 87 161 91 48 85 495 80 10,663 83 80
Haringey 80 2,444 87 163 75 601 93 28 80 274 82 1,227 72 135
Harrow 86 2,528 90 1,257 79 223 100 8 77 197 86 708 83 101
Hartlepool 82 956 79 19 100 3 100 9 87 13 81 907 40 2
Havering 84 2,543 92 225 85 309 89 8 84 176 83 1,779 85 17
Herefordshire, County of 81 1,515 90 9 86 6 100 3 83 50 80 1,435 86 6
Hertfordshire 80 11,398 86 1,051 76 498 91 62 79 802 79 8,775 81 137
Hillingdon 83 3,234 89 963 78 345 100 6 82 381 80 1,220 84 272
Hounslow 83 2,766 90 972 79 312 94 17 81 236 79 875 86 321
Isle of Wight 74 952 70 7 67 2 100 5 78 39 74 893 100 1
Isles of Scilly 47 9 N/A* N/A* N/A* N/A* N/A* N/A* N/A* N/A* 44 8 N/A* N/A*
Islington 80 1,532 84 127 76 370 100 10 79 240 82 686 85 83
Kensington and Chelsea 87 829 88 37 85 156 100 3 89 167 88 304 88 144
Kent 79 14,093 91 663 85 449 96 49 80 787 78 11,895 86 136
Kingston upon Hull, City of 80 2,567 98 52 78 51 100 5 81 95 80 2,295 85 63
Kingston upon Thames 84 1,590 90 299 81 29 100 30 84 179 81 919 89 116
Kirklees 78 4,339 78 1,182 72 74 94 15 78 288 78 2,721 70 35
Knowsley 78 1,411 89 34 92 11 50 1 67 26 78 1,326 67 6
Lambeth 84 2,539 93 146 81 1,086 94 16 84 353 85 785 88 134
Lancashire 78 11,051 78 1,246 77 44 95 39 78 375 79 9,250 80 51
Leeds 77 7,166 77 858 72 552 90 47 74 467 78 5,062 74 136
Leicester 80 3,804 86 1,741 81 387 100 17 76 253 74 1,280 84 90
Leicestershire 81 6,173 89 510 82 75 96 27 82 310 80 5,187 83 25
Lewisham 81 2,818 96 196 78 1,065 94 44 80 446 83 933 83 93
Lincludingolnshire 75 6,201 91 79 79 33 84 21 80 200 74 5,784 83 30
Liverpool 77 3,996 84 198 78 193 95 75 78 231 76 3,132 75 158
Luton 76 2,482 76 1,166 75 259 100 10 80 223 75 761 83 43
Manchester 78 5,239 82 1,257 79 952 92 59 77 438 75 2,116 77 381
Medway 77 2,608 90 167 83 202 86 6 81 183 75 2,003 82 28
Merton 83 1,912 91 449 73 252 93 14 76 174 83 944 92 66
Middlesbrough 79 1,450 82 162 83 15 N/A* N/A* 71 80 79 1,148 83 39
Milton Keynes 81 3,031 91 446 79 423 88 23 81 253 79 1,794 93 28
Newcastle upon Tyne 81 2,393 88 358 81 153 97 35 82 111 79 1,659 81 65
Newham 87 4,139 90 1,938 85 949 100 20 83 259 84 700 86 243
Norfolk 75 6,878 90 128 74 61 95 36 76 244 74 6,288 80 63
North East Lincludingolnshire 81 1,551 94 17 71 5 100 1 90 52 81 1,448 90 19
North Lincludingolnshire 81 1,589 87 66 83 10 100 3 71 24 81 1,464 79 11
North Somerset 79 1,902 94 31 83 10 100 8 80 74 79 1,769 100 4
North Tyneside 80 1,952 86 50 63 12 94 16 87 66 79 1,794 88 7
North Yorkshire 77 4,861 86 72 55 17 100 10 75 129 77 4,579 68 17
Northamptonshire 75 7,131 83 370 78 412 97 32 71 368 75 5,851 69 48
Northumberland 79 2,826 89 51 40 2 100 7 83 55 79 2,692 83 10
Nottingham 79 2,820 85 496 80 353 92 11 79 386 76 1,473 83 87
Nottinghamshire 79 7,344 86 247 75 83 92 24 80 335 79 6,551 76 45
Oldham 78 2,731 79 923 82 106 92 12 79 141 78 1,519 59 16
Oxfordshire 79 5,864 79 368 74 155 100 20 75 384 79 4,787 73 73
Peterborough 73 2,186 77 438 73 99 100 8 72 137 71 1,444 83 30
Plymouth 78 2,297 93 25 88 21 100 10 76 68 78 2,132 65 26
Portsmouth 75 1,657 83 99 71 54 89 8 92 110 73 1,335 74 32
Reading 78 1,478 87 331 74 141 100 11 75 163 76 783 96 23
Redbridge 85 3,453 89 1,934 75 352 100 21 82 251 81 803 83 45
Redcar and Cleveland 85 1,384 80 8 80 4 100 1 92 46 84 1,311 71 5
Richmond upon Thames 91 2,096 93 194 71 41 88 21 86 196 92 1,568 89 48
Rochdale 76 2,280 75 592 73 92 100 12 73 84 77 1,464 73 27
Rotherham 75 2,531 67 176 79 52 92 11 63 69 76 2,188 86 24
Rutland 80 318 100 5 67 4 N/A* N/A* 92 11 81 294 50 2
Salford 79 2,368 87 89 84 144 100 1 80 193 79 1,847 76 75
Sandwell 78 3,701 85 1,189 72 352 92 22 74 326 75 1,701 83 95
Sefton 79 2,321 93 28 71 10 100 7 82 63 79 2,196 62 8
Sheffield 78 4,908 81 636 76 290 96 46 77 372 77 3,355 82 180
Shropshire 79 2,413 88 21 71 5 100 4 80 74 79 2,292 100 4
Slough 83 1,951 91 1,029 79 167 100 3 76 161 72 494 92 85
Solihull 83 2,174 89 306 91 52 97 29 77 171 81 1,560 91 29
Somerset 75 4,389 86 69 94 15 92 12 78 138 74 4,115 50 9
South Gloucestershire 79 2,619 88 92 78 35 91 10 85 145 79 2,306 73 19
South Tyneside 80 1,335 82 47 90 9 100 3 81 35 80 1,228 100 9
Southampton 78 2,185 80 297 77 69 100 16 80 141 77 1,613 85 44
Southend-on-Sea 80 1,766 92 130 83 53 100 23 77 113 79 1,414 81 13
Southwark 81 2,683 84 151 79 1,177 97 29 80 301 83 767 83 210
St. Helens 78 1,724 95 19 75 9 80 8 74 32 78 1,648 75 6
Staffordshire 79 7,725 81 361 66 51 95 35 73 257 79 6,943 78 36
Stockport 80 2,750 87 218 73 33 91 20 70 127 80 2,313 78 25
Stockton-on-Tees 83 2,069 85 116 85 23 100 7 87 58 82 1,850 86 6
Stoke-on-Trent 75 2,495 77 387 77 100 100 12 79 126 74 1,829 68 38
Suffolk 77 6,104 88 128 70 60 75 3 77 359 77 5,419 78 58
Sunderland 80 2,595 88 116 86 24 85 11 85 47 79 2,388 67 2
Surrey 83 10,255 87 758 80 185 97 68 82 643 82 8,392 86 114
Sutton 85 2,031 94 397 84 141 100 41 86 202 82 1,197 85 29
Swindon 77 2,238 83 285 81 74 93 14 75 135 76 1,692 67 16
Tameside 79 2,335 85 264 82 69 100 13 79 111 78 1,844 71 17
Telford and Wrekin 79 1,806 82 122 78 68 100 13 84 98 78 1,491 67 4
Thurrock 84 2,020 92 124 89 354 94 15 89 127 81 1,354 88 23
Torbay 79 1,142 96 24 100 1 75 3 76 32 79 1,068 64 7
Tower Hamlets 85 2,837 87 1,894 83 277 100 11 80 171 81 371 91 99
Trafford 87 2,621 92 410 80 109 98 61 87 201 86 1,740 91 74
Wakefield 78 3,137 77 127 80 45 95 21 73 90 78 2,834 65 17
Walsall 77 2,916 82 775 74 145 93 13 72 169 76 1,767 65 33
Waltham Forest 84 2,791 88 762 79 507 97 28 85 341 84 1,033 80 104
Wandsworth 83 1,981 87 385 75 417 100 10 77 230 86 841 85 76
Warrington 85 2,209 92 81 83 19 100 6 92 70 84 2,009 60 12
Warwickshire 78 4,992 88 337 77 61 95 21 81 256 77 4,254 87 26
West Berkshire 77 1,492 83 45 74 17 100 6 77 80 76 1,324 70 7
West Sussex 77 7,077 83 359 75 94 82 18 76 349 76 6,149 81 42
Westminster 84 1,197 81 155 82 210 100 12 84 125 85 317 85 366
Wigan 80 3,063 79 34 75 43 83 5 86 84 80 2,864 76 29
Wiltshire 76 4,103 94 62 67 60 94 15 84 158 76 3,741 77 37
Windsor and Maidenhead 79 1,257 80 203 45 10 100 6 78 107 80 898 71 15
Wirral 75 2,821 89 80 78 14 95 19 79 77 74 2,608 78 7
Wokingham 84 1,803 93 286 94 58 100 14 86 143 82 1,269 83 15
Wolverhampton 76 2,562 83 650 77 304 88 7 71 280 74 1,275 74 35
Worcestershire 77 4,733 80 202 83 24 100 10 79 190 77 4,252 79 19
York 82 1,624 93 38 86 6 100 4 79 48 82 1,506 100 11

Download table data for ‘By ethnicity and area’ (CSV) Source data for ‘By ethnicity and area’ (CSV)

Summary of Maths results for 10 to 11 year olds By ethnicity and area Summary

The data shows that:

  • out of all local authorities, White pupils were most likely to meet the expected standard in Richmond upon Thames (92%) and least likely to in Peterborough (71%) – this doesn't include City of London and Isles of Scilly which only have one school each, and whose results should be treated with caution
  • figures for other ethnic groups are based on small numbers of pupils, so reliable generalisations can't be made

5. Methodology

The key stage 2 datasets combine information from the following 2 data sources:

  • key stage 1 results
  • school census records

Key stage 2 data from the Standard Testing Agency is matched to school census records to identify pupils’ ethnicities and free school meal eligibility.

Only pupils with a valid outcome are included in the calculations for that subject.

Valid outcomes are:

  • achieved the higher standard
  • achieved the expected standard
  • working towards the expected standard
  • special consideration
  • absent
  • working below the standard of the test
  • unable to access the test

Confidence intervals

Confidence intervals are calculated for a school based on a specific group of pupils. This is because:

  • a school may perform differently with a different set of pupils
  • some pupils may be more likely to achieve high or low results, independently of which school they attend

To account for this uncertainty, it is best to interpret these school scores alongside their associated confidence intervals. You can see these if you download the data.

How school scores are interpreted alongside their confidence intervals:

  • if the lower confidence interval is greater than zero, the school has achieved greater than average progress compared to pupils with similar starting points nationally
  • if the upper confidence interval is below zero, then the school has made less than average progress
  • where the 95% confidence intervals overlap zero, this means that the school’s progress score is not significantly different from the national

Rounding

Percentages given in charts, tables and downloads are rounded to the nearest whole number. Progress scores are given to 1 decimal place.

Related publications

Schools, pupils and their characteristics: January 2019

Quality and methodology information

6. Data sources

Source

Type of data

Administrative data

Type of statistic

National Statistics

Publisher

Department for Education

Publication frequency

Yearly

Purpose of data source

The main purpose is to measure schools' and pupils' progress and performance from key stage 1 to key stage 2, in order to monitor and improve standards and inform parental choice when applying to local schools.

7. Download the data

Maths results for 10 to 11 year olds 2018 to 2019 National - Spreadsheet (csv) 126 KB

This file contains the following variables: Measure, Ethnicity, Ethnicity_type, Time, Time_type, Geography, Geography_type, Geography_code, Gender, Age, FSM, Value, Value_type, Denominator, Numerator

Maths results for 10 to 11 year olds 2018 to 2019 Progress - Spreadsheet (csv) 48 KB

This file contains the following variables: Measure, Ethnicity, Ethnicity_type, Time, Time_type, Geography, Geography_type, Geography_code, Gender, Age, FSM, Value, Value_type, Denominator, Numerator, Lower_95_CI, Upper_95_CI

Maths results for 10 to 11 year olds 2018 to 2019 LA - Spreadsheet (csv) 744 KB

This file contains the following variables: Measure, Ethnicity, Ethnicity_type, Time, Time_type, Geography, Geography_type, Geography_code, Gender, Age, Value, Value_type, Denominator, Numerator