The best primary schools in Slough

The best primary schools in Slough

Slough schools are among the best in county, see how yours ranked in the Real Schools Guide

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Khalsa Primary School is one of the best schools in Berkshire (Image: Getty)

Five Slough primary schools are among the best in Berkshire.

Khalsa Primary School and Nursery and Willow Primary School ranked in the top three primaries in the county according to the Real Schools Guide 2020.

While Castleview Primary, The Godolphin Junior Academy and Iqra Slough Islamic Primary School also made it into the top 10 schools in Berkshire .

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

Khalsa Primary was named the best state-funded primary in Slough . It received an overall score of 75.54 and ranked 119th against 14,879 schools nationally.

Willow Primary School was ranked second in the town, with a score of 73.64 overall, it sits 190th out of 14,879 schools nationally.

Castleview Primary came in third in the town and was ranked fifth in Berkshire by the Real Schools Guide.

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

Slough’s top 10 primary schools

1. Khalsa Primary School, Wexham Road, Slough

2. Willow Primary School, Fernside, off Wexham Road, Slough

3. Castleview Primary School, Woodstock Avenue, Slough

4. The Godolphin Junior Academy, Oatlands Drive, Slough

5. Iqra Slough Islamic Primary School, Fernside, Wexham Road, Slough

6. Marish Primary School, Swabey Road, Langley, Slough

7. Lynch Hill School Primary Academy, Garrard Road, Slough

8. Penn Wood Primary and Nursery School, Penn Road, Slough

9. Holy Family Catholic Primary School, High Street, Langley

10. James Elliman Academy, Elliman Avenue, Slough

Berkshire’s top primary schools

Whiteknights Primary School was named the best primary school in Berkshire by the guide .

The Wokingham borough school sits in 44th place nationally, out of 14,879 schools.

Two Slough schools scooped second and third place, Khalsa Primary School and Nursery and Willow Primary School respectively.

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