PRIMARY schools in Hammersmith and Fulham are meeting national targets according to the latest performance tables released.
The results have proved controversial with 11 borough schools choosing to boycott the exams.
But the majority of the 24 schools rated met the national criteria of 60 per cent of pupils achieving Level 4 in maths and English.
The best performing school in the borough was Miles Coverdale Primary School, in Coverdale Road, Shepherd's Bush, which saw 97 per cent of its pupils pass both tests.
It completes a major turnaround for the school after nearly doubling their pass rate from 48 per cent since 2008.
Four schools in the borough dipped under the 60 per cent national target and could not face Government intervention to raise standards.
They are St John's Walham Green CofE School, Normand Croft Community School, Old Oak Primary School, and Queen's Manor and Special Needs Unit.
A spokeswoman for H&F Council said: "Our schools have performed fantastically well and the percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 or higher in all subjects was above the national average, with a significant improvement in results from last year.
"We have the third best results in inner London for children achieving Level 4 in both English and maths, and match the capital's average of 76 per cent.
"All pupils, teachers and parents should be very proud of these excellent results, but we will keep doing everything we can to improve even further again next year."
Education funding in the borough is also set to be increased over the next three years.
Education secretary Michael Gove has announced he will allocate £9,428,597 to H&F in 2011/12 rising to £9,601,418 the year after.
He said: "We have all had to face some challenging decisions but I am confident that the announcements I've made today will be the first step on the road back to securing greater educational achievement for all children."
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