In separate measures published this year, a school will also be considered to be above the floor standard if pupils achieve sufficient progress scores in all three subjects, namely at least -5 in English reading, -5 in mathematics and -7 in English writing.Our unique interactive version of the table allows you to search these results and others by specific school or region and compare schools of your choice against one another. If you want to search by specific school or postcode you can type it into the search box. Alternatively, use the interactive map to search by region. You can then add schools to your comparison list by checking the ‘add to compare’ box or clicking the ‘add to compare’ button.The compare page shows you this headline measure, alongside the percentage of pupils achieving the ‘higher standard’ in reading, writing and maths, and a school’s average scaled score and progress made in each subject. School league tables showing the performance of 11-year-olds at primary schools across the country have been published today by the Department for Education.Pupils are assessed in reading, writing, and maths, with at least 65 per cent of pupils required to meet the expected standard (previously Level 4) in the 3 Rs. Clicking on an individual school’s name brings up more detailed information, including the relevant national and regional averages and the school’s location, contact information and pupil intake.Our other interactive league tables:A-level school league tables: compare your school’s performanceGCSE school league tables: compare your school’s performanceTop 100 secondary schools by A-level resultsTop 100 secondary schools by GCSE resultsNotes: Schools with no data are excluded from the tables for several reasons, including: small numbers of pupils (which risks an individual pupil’s results being identified); investigations into maladministration of tests; no pupils at Key Stage 2 level; or for other reasons beyond the school’s control. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.