TWO Jewish primary schools have achieved perfect scores in national tests.
All 11-year-olds at North Cheshire Jewish Primary School and King David Primary School attained the government's target Level 4 score in maths, reading and writing.
And it meant North Cheshire Jewish repeated the 100 per cent record it achieved last year.
The Department of Education figures relate to Key Stage 2 tests taken in the summer by Year Six pupils at state schools.
King David Primary School headteacher Nicola Nelson said: "We are ecstatic and happy with the news.
"It is not a surprise, though, as it is a testament to how hard our children and our teachers work."
She attributed the success to "hard work, dedicating, focus and everybody working together as a team".