School league tables have revealed we have the best performing primary school in the country in our region. Every single pupil at South Farnham in Surrey reached the government's required standard in both English and maths for the second year running.
But there's also bad news - Portsmouth is named as having the highest percentage of schools falling short of government targets - and 13 schools in our region came in the bottom 200. Christine Alsford reports on the winners and losers.
In her report, we hear from Kerry Harris, Rita Mulcahy, Laura Bosworth, Polly Honeychurch and Andrew Carter.
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