W?e've analysed all the local government data to bring you the rundown on your local primary schools.
Here Robin Hood Junior and Infant School is put into focus to show its scores in relation to other schools in the area.
You can also see how the primary school compares against other schools across England.
Data is available on pupils attainment, average grades, the quality of the teaching and when the school was lasted inspected.
The teacher to pupil ratio is also a good indication of the focus your child will get. Plus we can show how many full-time teachers there are at the school.
A number of schools have converted to academies in recent years. Where schools have changed type recently, data for previous years covering their previous incarnation is included below as well.
What type of school is this?
How many children have been on the school roll in recent years?
Pupil characteristics - what percentage of pupils are in different groups and how does this compare to the national average?
How do we rate this school?
Our unique rating system takes in account a range of different indicators to evaluate a school's performance. The system tracks achievement, pupil progress, teaching, pupil attendance and whether the school is improving.
Data may be missing for some indicators because it has not been published. This may be because the school is new or because it is very small so data has been suppressed to avoid identifying individual pupils. Schools do not lose points for missing data, so will still fare better in the ranking than schools that underperform on that indicator, but they cannot score as highly as schools that perform well on the indicator.
How this school scores on each indicator.
What Ofsted says about this school
If table is blank, it means there are no recent inspections for this school. As of September 2012, a score of 3 changed from indicating Satisfactory to Requires Improvement.
How does the school perform on each of the areas inspected by Ofsted. As of September 2012, a score of 3 changed from indicating Satisfactory to Requires Improvement.
How have pupils in this school done in English and Maths assessments at the end of Key Stage 2 and how does this compare to local authority and national averages?
While pupils are generally aiming for a Level 4 or above across Maths and English assessments, what proportion of children gained a good Level 4 or better (Level 4B or above) or even managed a Level 5, and how does this compare to performance at local and national level?
Schools are also rated on whether pupils perform better or worse than expected based on their earlier assessments. This is the value added score. Schools where pupils perform as expected are given a score of 100, better or worse performance is indicated by variations on this score.
How do children with different levels of attainment at Key Stage 1 and pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds (those who receive free school meals) do in comparison to how they were expected to perform at Key Stage 2?
How does the percentage of boys and girls at this school getting Level 4 or above in their English and Maths Key Stage 2 assessments compare to the national average?
What is the pupil:teacher ratio at the school and how does it compare to the national average?
How many teachers are there and what is the average wage?
Pupils are assessed on how much progress they make between assessments in Key Stage 1 (infants) and Key Stage 2 (juniors), with the expectation that they will make at least two levels of progress.
How do children with different levels of attainment at Key Stage 1 and pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds perform in terms of making progress in maths and how does this compare to local and national averages?
How do children with different levels of attainment at Key Stage 1 and pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds perform in terms of making progress in reading and how does this compare to local and national averages?
How do children with different levels of attainment at Key Stage 1 and pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds perform in terms of making progress in writing and how does this compare to local and national averages?
Figures below show what proportion of the half day sessions were missed by pupils and how this compares to the national averages.
Figures below show what proportion of the half day sessions were missed by pupils and counted as an unauthorised absence and how this compares to the national averages.
What proportion of pupils are classed as persistant absentees (missing 15% or more of all sessions).
While finances are not included in our calculation of how good schools are, many schools publish information about how much they are spending on pupils' education.
What is the total school spend per pupil compared to the local average? (school is in blue)
How much does the school spend per pupil on teachers and educational support staff and how does this compare to the average spending across the Local Authority?
What percentage of the school's budget is spent on supply staff?