Following recent SATs, achievement from pupils across Kirklees primary schools has improved once again over the last year.
The percentage of Kirklees pupils gaining the national benchmark of at least a level 4 in their reading, writing and mathematics, was 78 per cent, a slight increase from 74% in 2013.
Across North Kirklees in 2013 and 2014, the percentage of pupils achieving level 4 or above in their reading, writing, and mathematics in various schools, were:
Head teacher Anthony Rush, of St Patricks Catholic Primary School, Birstall, said he is always delighted when every child achieves their full potential at the school.
He added: “Results may fluctuate from year to year but the defining guide to whether or not they are a good set of results is have all the children reached their potential i.e. have they all done as well as they could have.
“Academic success is only a small measure of what we do, and we are in a business of helping to mound children into becoming good people.”
The head teacher said the high attainment level could be attributed to the high quality teaching and support to every year group in the school.
“The children are well taught, the teaching assistant support is excellent, and underlying everything is a shared aim amongst all staff that we strive to do the best we can for every child.
“We try to make school a safe and welcoming place where the children thrive knowing that they are loved and wanted,” he added.
The improvement in Key Stage 2 results are supported by new figures from Ofsted, that now show young people in Kirklees are increasingly likely to attend at least a good if not outstanding secondary school in the region.