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Muslim Primary Schools surpass national average in English and Math

29th Jan 2016
Muslim Primary Schools surpass national average in English and Math

Reading

• 38 of the 44 Muslim schools featured had over 89 percent (national average) of their students reaching Level 4 and above in Reading; meaning that 86 percent of Muslim schools surpassed the national average of Level 4 and above in Reading. 17 Muslim schools had a 100 percent pass rate in Level 4 and above in Reading.

• 33 of the 44 Muslim schools featured had over 49 percent (national average) of their students reaching Level 5 and above in Reading; meaning that 75 percent of Muslim schools surpassed the national average of Level 5 and above in Reading. 2 Muslim schools had a 100 percent pass rate in Level 5 and above in Reading.

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

• 40 of the 44 Muslim schools featured had over 80 percent (national average) of their students reaching Level 4 and above in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling; meaning that 91 percent of Muslim schools surpassed the national average of Level 4 and above in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling. 18 Muslim schools had a 100 percent pass rate in Level 4 and above in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling.

• 29 of the 44 Muslim schools featured had over 56 percent (national average) of their students reaching Level 5 and above in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling; meaning that 67 percent of Muslim schools surpassed the national average of Level 5 and above in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling. 3 Muslim schools had a 100 percent pass rate in Level 5 and above in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling.

Math
• 34 of the 44 Muslim schools featured had over 87 percent (national average) of their students reaching Level 4 and above in Math; meaning that 77 percent of Muslim schools surpassed the national average of Level 4 and above in Math. 11 Muslim schools had a 100 percent pass rate in Level 4 and above in Math.

• 27 of the 44 Muslim schools featured had over 42 percent (national average) of their students reaching Level 5 and above in Math; meaning that 61 percent of Muslim schools surpassed the national average of Level 5 and above in Math. 1 Muslim school had a 100 percent pass rate in Level 5 and above in Math.

 

Muslim Primary Schools 2015: Key Stage 2 or equivalent results table:

http://muslimnews.co.uk/newspaper/home-news/muslim-primary-schools-2015-key-stage-2-or-equivalent-results/

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