All schools and academies are required to publish a range of information on their website. This page provides this information or tells you where to find it.
The most recent end of Key Stage results
KS2 results, summer 2016
In 2016, the new more challenging national curriculum, which was introduced in 2014, was assessed by new tests and interim frameworks for teacher assessment. Results are no longer reported as levels: each pupil receives their test results as a scaled score and teacher assessments based on the standards in the interim framework.
|% of children meeting the expected standard in reading, writing and maths||44%||53%|
|Average progress made in reading between KS1 and KS2||1.2||0|
|Average progress made in writing between KS1 and KS2||1.7||0|
|Average progress made in maths between KS1 and KS2||2.6||0|
|% of children achieving a higher standard in reading, writing and maths||2%||5%|
|Average score in the reading test||101||103|
|Average score in the maths test||103||103|
KS2 results, summer 2015
|% achieving L4 or above in each of reading, writing and maths||74%|
|% achieving L4 or above in reading||87 %|
|% achieving L4 or above in writing||82 %|
|% achieving L4 or above in maths||90%|
|% achieving L5 or above in each of reading, writing and maths||10%|
|% achieving L5 or above in reading||23%|
|% achieving L5 or above in writing||21%|
|% achieving L5 or above in maths||23%|
|% making at least expected progress in reading||97%|
|% making at least expected progress in writing||97%|
|% making at least expected progress in maths||94%|
School performance tables
Schools receive additional funding for any pupils who have been eligible for free school meals during the last six years; pupils who are looked after by the local authority or who are in care and for pupils from families where a parent serves in the armed forces. This money is known as the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG).
Click on the link below to read our PPG plan and review.
Schools receive additional funding to develop sports provision. Click on the link below for information on our sports provision and outcome.
Please see separate web page outlining details of our curriculum.
Please see separate web page outlining contact details for our academy.
Please see separate web page outlining details about admission arrangements.
Behaviour and exclusions
Please see separate web page outlining our expectations regarding behaviour.
School ethos and value
Please see separate web page outlining our vision.
Please click on the link below for the Focus Trust equality policy:
The following equalities objectives have been established from September 2016:
→ To increase the % of disadvantaged children, and children with protected characteristics reaching end of year expectations (EYE) in reading, writing and maths.
→ To ensure that the physical and mental health needs of children are met, to minimise barriers to learning.
→ To close the gap in performance of children with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities.
Please see separate web page outlining our arrangements for pupils with SEN.
The most recent inspection report can be accessed via the Ofsted website – www.ofsted.gov.uk
We encourage all our parents and carers to contribute to the Parent View website. Parent View is run by Ofsted to obtain feedback from parents about their school/academy. There is a link to the Parent View website on the homepage of this website.
Because we are an academy, we are required to publish details of our annual accounts, memorandum and articles of association and Funding Agreement. These can be found by following the link below: