Our small community of just 90 children are treated as individuals; our aim is to inspire and motivate each and every one to fulfil their potential and achieve their best. Currently the school utilises Letters and Sounds as a phonics scheme. Curriulum information pertaining to this school is available on its website.
( please remember this data applies to a very small cohort of children and hence % differences across years may be large. )
2017 Early Years Average Total Points. School 36 National 34.5
2017 Phonics Expected Level. School 83 National 81
2017 Key Stage 1 Average Total Points. ( awaited )
2017 Key Stage 2, % of pupils achieving expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined 53% National 61%
2017 Key Stage 2, % of pupils achieving a high level in Reading, Writing and Maths combined 20% National 9%
2017 Key Stage 2 progress overall Reading -2.9, Writing -2.3, Maths 0.9
2016 Early Years Average Total Points. School 35 National 34.5
2016 Phonics Expected Level. School 81 National 81
2015 Key Stage 1 Average Total Points. School 16.9 National 15.9
2016 Key Stage 2, % of pupils achieving expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined 50% National 53%
2016 Key Stage 2, % of pupils achieving a high level in Reading, Writing and Maths combined 0% National 5%
2016 Key Stage 2 progress overall Reading -2.1, Writing -1.9, Maths -0.9
2017 Key Stage 2 Average scaled scores Reading 104, GPS 106, and Maths 104. School scores were; Reading 100.9 GPS 104.6 and Maths 104.3
2016 Key Stage 2 average scaled scores Reading 99, Maths 101, GPS 100.
The most recent Key Stage 2 results from the DfE Performance tables are included here;
This school has not been inspected by Ofsted since it opened as an Academy.
The membership of the School Advisory and Improvement Group for this school as at 1st October 2017 and attendance for the academic year 2016 - 2017 is;
|Mr R Watson||October 2014||5/5|
|Mrs P Futter-South||October 2014||5/5|
|Mr J Lawson||October 2014||3/5|
|Mrs H Rampling||Chair||October 2014||5/5|
|Mrs K Webb||October 2014||4/5|
|Mr S Lloyd||May 2016||5/5|
EAT wishes to thank the following who stood down during the academic year 2016 - 2017; Mrs D Flowerdew 6/6 and Ms S Giangregorio 2/4 or in recent years including during the 2015 - 2016; Mrs W Yassin 8/8, Mrs F Gillet 1/2, Rev G Steel 1/1, Mr R Canham 0/6, and Mr Hull 6/6
The SAIG focus on teaching and learning, safeguarding and the local context of the school.