The best primary schools in Reading

The best primary schools in Reading
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Oxford Road Community School has been named the best school in Reading

Oxford Road Community School is the best state-funded primary school in Reading according to a comprehensive new guide.

The Real Schools Guide 2020, takes into account 45 different data points – including not just KS2 results but factors like progress, pupil-teacher ratios and absence rates.

The guide compiled by BerkshireLive parent company, Reach’s data unit, aims to give a far more comprehensive picture than traditional league tables.

The school in West Reading had an overall score of 61.64 putting it 1,708 place nationally out of 14,879 schools.

The Hill Primary School in Caversham came in second place with a score of 60.21, ranking in 2,032 place nationally.

Caversham Primary ranked third in the town, with a score of 59.97, ranking 2,074 nationally.

The top 10 primary schools in Reading

1. Oxford Road Community School, Oxford Road, West Reading

2. The Hill Primary School, Peppard Road, Caversham

3. Caversham Primary School, Hemdean Road, Caversham

4. Alfred Sutton Primary School, Wokingham Road

5. All Saints Junior School August House, Brownlow Road

6. Redlands Primary School, Lydford Road, Reading

7. Emmer Green Primary, School Grove Road, Emmer Green

8. E P Collier Primary School, Ross Road, Reading

9. Churchend Primary Academy, Usk Road, Tilehurst

10. St Martin’s Catholic Primary School, Pendennis Avenue, Caversham Park Village.

The top 3 primary schools in Berkshire

The best primary school in Berkshire this year was Whiteknights Primary School. The school in Earley sits in Wokingham borough and came was ranked in 44th place nationally, out of 14,879 schools.

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