The list of 25 Norfolk primary schools the government says failed to meet its floor standard

Primary school league tables were published on Thursday. Photo: Barry Batchelor/PA Wire

Primary school league tables were published on Thursday. Photo: Barry Batchelor/PA Wire - Credit: PA

The government has listed 25 Norfolk primary schools which it said failed to meet its minimum floor standard for attainment in reading, writing and maths in the 2013 primary school league table.

A Department for Education spokesman said: 'Schools with a long history of under-performance, and who are not stepping up to the mark, will be taken over by an academy sponsor.

'The expertise and strong leadership provided by sponsors is the best way to turn around weak schools and give pupils there the best chance of a first-class education.'

This is a list of the 25 Norfolk schools below the floor:


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Antingham and Southrepps Community Primary School

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Corpusty Primary School

Watton Junior School

Upwell Community Primary School

West Lynn Primary School, King's Lynn

Marham Junior School

George White Junior School

Henderson Green Primary School

Lionwood Junior School

West Earlham Junior School

Cobholm Primary School

Edward Worlledge Community Junior School

Clackclose Community Primary School, Downham Market

Terrington St Clement Community School

St Peter and St Paul Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School

Diss Church Junior School

Sporle Voluntary Controlled Primary School

St Andrew's Church of England Primary School, North Pickenham

Blakeney Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School

The Norman Church of England Primary School, Northwold

Mile Cross Primary School

Catton Grove Primary School

Tuckswood Community Primary School

Litcham School

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