For several years the children’s achievements at Key Stage One have been judged as ‘Outstanding’. This is because whilst on average children enter our Foundation Stage achieving below the national average, by the time they leave us in Year 2 they have on average achieved above the national average, demonstrating outstanding progress. This is down to the hard work and high aspirations of our staff and parents who are dedicated to ensuring our children have the best possible start in life. Let us not forget our children’s determination to succeed, positive attitudes to learning and commitment to doing their best.
Please click here for our Data Headlines for 2016-17
For comparative data to other schools please click here to be diverted to the School Data Dashboard (Ofsted).
To view our most recent Ofsted Report, click here.
We are also working hard to narrow the attainment gaps for our vulnerable groups. Click on the link below to see how our gaps have been narrowing for children in receipt of Pupil Premium, gender, Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, Ethnic Minorities, EAL and term of birth.
Vulnerable Group Analysis for 2016-17 will be available on release of ASP