I'm not sure why you are asking for this information? Some schools do well some years and not others, it depends on the cohort of kids. If the test really does pick out the bright children, which I suspect (or at least sincerely hope) that it does, then this information should be irrelevant? I have found this site to be useful in terms of the information that some posters have generously given on the test format and content and would prefer that people do not try to "use" the system to do otherwise.
Regardless, I personally think that posts that suggest that one aspect e.g. maths indicators/levels, are an overall assessment of ability are misleading, the test is more general than that and there seems to be a bit of gloating going on. Here I talk from some experience, at least in higher education where I work (and with a maths background), of how parents, in particular, get rather the wrong end of the stick. There may well be a small number of children posted here that are gifted in mathematics but I know from experience that this particular skill can appear to manifest in high scores at primary and early secondary level and subsequently collapse, during the years from 11 to 18 and beyond. Maths has a tendency to hit a "wall" at different ages, fantastic as an interesting subject for those that are able to pursue it to a high level but equally unpredictable at the age of 10/11. If the test doesn't go beyond this, then the system is failing. But I do have some faith that a) the Reading test is more general in addressing language as well as mathematical ability, b) that the teachers at all schools appreciate the different skills that boys have and the different rates that they develop and c) that bright children will do well regardless provided they have the support at home. Parents should therefore consider what is best for their child in choosing a school, especially during the formative years of primary education. And those that post saying that your child should be perfoming at "x" level to get a place at any school are misleading and shouldn't distract you from what you think is best knowing your own child's ability and preferences.