For several years the children’s achievements at Key Stage One have been judged as ‘good’.
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 in line with the national average, demonstrating good 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.
To view our most recent Ofsted Report, click here.
The government measures the performance of all schools by comparing them in an easy to view format for parents and carers. It orders schools by performance from highest to lowest and then splits them into five groups or 'quintiles'.
There is currently no available national or local data for 2019-20 [click here]. We will update this page when results are available. Our School Data Headlines based on Spring 2020 information is available on the side of this page.
Just as we encourage our children to work hard, we too try to achieve our very best. We are very proud of all we have achieved so far but we endeavour to continue moving forward.
This academic year we have set ourselves targets to further improve our school. These include:
- Target 1: To embed oracy to positively impact on reading and writing through the school’s bold and engaging curriculum
- Target 2: to close the gap in attainment and progress between disadvantaged children and their peers linked to the national outcomes for all
- Target 3: to embed the bold and engaging curriculum and ensure it meets the needs of the school community following school closure due to COVID-19
- Target 4: to deliver catch up package that tackles the impact of lost teaching time due to COVID-19
(Taken from the School Development Plan 2020-21)
We hope these carefully chosen targets will have a direct impact on the quality of teaching and learning across our school - ultimately having a positive effect upon the lives of every child in our care.
Parent View gives parents the chance to give Ofsted their views about the school. The survey can be completed at any time; you don’t have to wait until the school is being inspected. Click here to go to the Parent View website.
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 we were unable to conduct our annual Parent Survey at the end of the academic year 2019-20. However, the feedback from the end of year reports [July 2020] informs us that 99% of parents were happy with their child's experience in school from September 2019-March 2020 and that the report reflected their child's ability.
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