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Costessey Junior

 

Our Junior School has enjoyed an excellent reputation in the community for many years and has achieved consistently above average progress for the pupils at the same time as providing quality educational experiences and high quality care. As a National Support School, of many years standing, we are involved with much school to school support in Norfolk and beyond and our school boasts its own training facilities as well as modern IT facilities. Curriulum information pertaining to this school is available on its website.

Key Data

2017 Key Stage 2, % of pupils achieving expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined 59%  National 61%

2016 Key Stage 2, % of pupils achieving expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined 40%  National 53%

2017 Key Stage 2, % of pupils achieving a high level in Reading, Writing and Maths combined 8%  National 9%

2016 Key Stage 2, % of pupils achieving a high level in Reading, Writing and Maths combined 1%  National 5%

2017 Key Stage 2 progress overall Reading -0.9, Writing 1.1 Maths -0.7

2016 Key Stage 2 progress overall Reading -3.1, Writing -0.5, Maths -4.7

2016 Key Stage 2 average scaled scores Reading 99, Maths 98, GPS 99.

2017 Key Stage 2 Average scaled scores Reading 104, GPS 106, and Maths 104. School scores were;

The most recent Key Stage 2 results from the DfE Performance tables are included here;  

The School Advisory and Improvement Group is a joint Body for Costessey Infant and Costessey Junior School. Its membership as at 1st September 2017, and attendance for the academic year 2016 - 2017  was;

    Appointed Attendance
Rev N Parry   September 2012 4/6
Mr N Watson Chair September 2013 5/6
Mrs K Lawson   September 2012 5/6
Mrs E Colk   September 2012 5/6
Mr S Bramble   September 2014 4/6
Mrs C Miller   December 2015 4/4
       

Numeric figures show attendance details for the last academic year.

EAT wishes to thank the following who stood down during the 2015 - 2016  academic year; Mrs S Power 2/5.

EAT wishes to thank the following who stood down during the 2015 - 2016  academic year; Mrs J Burley 3/6, Mr J Holman 2/2, Mr A Long 2/6, Mrs J Moore 2/3, Mr S South 1/2, Mrs T Smith 0/2, Mrs D Woodley 1/3 and Mr M McCormack 4/6 who had served the school with great loyalty as Chair for over 10 years.

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