The number of primary school pupils reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths has risen again, official figures show.

Across England, 64 per cent of 11-year-olds who sat this year'sSats, or national curriculum tests, met Government targets in all three areas, up from 61% last year, according to the Department for Education (DfE).

While the number of schools considered to be under-performing has decreased, 364 mainstream primaries in England fell below the primary school floor standard.

According to Press Association analysis of the data, 91,620 pupils are being taught at the under-performing primaries.

This represents around 2.1% of children at mainstream primary schools in England.

Schools are considered to be under-performing if fewer than 65 per cent of pupils reach the expected standard in reading, writing and maths, or if they fail to make sufficient progress in the three key areas.

The number of "coasting" schools, a measure which looks at results over the past three years, has risen to 640, up from 524 last year and 477 in 2016.

Schools come under this definition if, based on revised data for all of the past three years, fewer than 85% of pupils achieved the expected standard at the end of primary school and they failed to make sufficient progress in reading, maths and writing.

This year's figure equates to one in 20 of all schools included in the coasting calculation.

Earlier this year, the DfE announced proposals aimed at ending confusion over how schools are measured.

The system of using the two standards, floor and coasting, to judge school performance will be replaced with a new single measure.

Figures also showed the gap between disadvantaged pupils, those in or formerly in care or eligible for free school meals, and their peers had continued to decrease, narrowing by 3 per cent in the latest year and 13.2 per cent since 2011, the department said.

School standards minister Nick Gibb said the statistics showed that standards were rising in schools.

He added: "Every child, regardless of their background, deserves a high quality education and opportunity to fulfil their potential."

But how did schools across the county do? Scroll through here to find your school. 

*Data from Department of Education's primary school performance tables. The table includes only data with was available or applicable for each school.