Which schools in Hampshire are performing best according to the government?

The first primary school performance data since the Covid-19 pandemic has been released by the Department for Education.

The figures show how well pupils performed in their SATs exams last summer as well as showcasing how much progress has been made in reading, writing, and mathematical skills.

The data is broken down by local authorities across the country meaning schools in Southampton - under Southampton City Council - aren't featured in the Hampshire list.

The best performing schools solely in Southampton have already been published here.

READ MORE: These are the best performing Southampton primary schools

According to the government, the best performing school within the remit of Hampshire County Council is Amport Church of England Primary School.

Located in Andover, 94 per cent of students are meeting the expected standard, shining in their core subject areas.

Amport Church of England Primary School was rated ‘Good’ in its last Ofsted inspection – in March 2022 – with the report stating: “Pupils at Amport are proud ambassadors of their school’s values of truth, trust, forgiveness, and love.”

Langrish Primary School, in Petersfield, and Hurstbourne Tarrant Church of England Primary School, in Hurstbourne, were close behind with 93 per cent of students meeting their respective school's expected standard.

St Martin's East Woodhay Church of England (Aided) Primary School, Sherborne St John Church of England Primary School, Buriton Primary School, and North Waltham Primary School were also among the top schools in the county, exceeding an 86 per cent expected standard result.

You can see a full table of the Hampshire based schools below.