More than half of the pupils in 14 primary schools in Andover are meeting the expected standard in education, recent data shows. 

The primary school league tables have been released based on the SATs results from 2023. 

It is the first time the Government has released primary school performance data since the Covid outbreak.

The figures show how well schools performed in the SATs exams and also reflect progress made while children are at primary school.

Our Year 6 primary school pupils sit the exams in the summer before they move on to secondary school.

These tests, alongside teacher assessments of English writing and science, are used to measure school performance and to make sure pupils have the support that they need.

We took a look at the data, which was released last month, to see how schools in Andover are ranked. 

Take a look at the table below, and use the search function to find your child's primary school. 

The top performing school was Amport Church of England Primary School, an Ofsted-graded good school, where 90 per cent reached the required standard for reading, writing and maths. Just over 40 per cent of pupils are reaching a higher standard. 

This is followed by Hurstbourne Tarrant Church of England Primary School where 93 per cent of pupils have met the required standard. Nearly 30 per cent of pupils are reaching the higher standard. 

St John the Baptist Catholic Primary School is the third top-performing school, with 78 per cent of pupils reaching the standard for reading, writing and maths. According to the data, 19 per cent of pupils are achieving a higher standard.