Find out how your primary school in RBWM performed in the Real Schools Guide 2020
A school Cookham is the best state-funded primary in Windsor and Maidenhead according to a comprehensive new guide.
Holy Trinity CofE Primary School was named the best primary in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead by the Real Schools Guide 2020.
The guide takes into account 45 different data points – including not just KS2 results but factors like progress, pupil-teacher ratios and absence rates.
The school received an overall score of 72.25 and was ranked 270th nationally (out of 14,879 primary schools).
Lowbrook Academy in Maidenhead was named second best in the guide, with a score of 71.70.
While St Francis Catholic Primary School in Ascot came in third place in the royal borough.
The guide, compiled by Berkshire Live parent company, Reach’s data unit, aims to give a far more comprehensive picture than traditional league tables.
The top 10 primary schools in Windsor and Maidenhead
1. Holy Trinity CofE Primary School, School Lane, Cookham
2. Lowbrook Academy, The Fairway, Cox Green, Maidenhead
3. St Francis Catholic Primary School, Coronation Road, Ascot
4. St Edmund Campion Catholic Primary School, Altwood Road, Maidenhead
5. Trevelyan Middle School, Wood Close, Windsor
6. Oldfield Primary School, Bray Road, Maidenhead
7. Cookham Rise Primary School, High Road, Cookham Rise, Maidenhead
8. St Luke’s CofE Primary School, Cookham Road, Maidenhead
9. Cheapside CofE Primary School, Watersplash Lane, Cheapside, Ascot
10. Cookham Dean CofE Primary School, Bigfrith Lane, Cookham Dean, Maidenhead
Berkshire’s top 3 primary schools
The Real Schools Guide reveals the best primary school in Berkshire is Whiteknights Primary School.
The school in Wokingham borough was named 44th out of 14,879 schools nationally.
Khalsa Primary School and Nursery in Slough was named the second best primary in Berkshir
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