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Our School

Visitors to the school always comment on how friendly, polite, caring and happy our children are - what a credit to their parents!

We have 9 classes, including the Nursery, with children ranging from 3 to 11 years.

Every Tuesday morning we have either a Mass for the Key Stage 2 classes or a service for the Key Stage 1 and Foundation Stage children. Parents are warmly invited to attend and take part in our Liturgical celebrations.

Approximately every third Friday afternoon there is a Class Assembly, to which you are again, warmly invited. Class assemblies are presented by each class group in turn and are usually based on the current R.E. topic. We also have a regular Celebration Assembly, during which certificates are presented for anything from sporting achievement to good manners.

We have many other events throughout the year, such as the Infant Nativity Play, the Year 6 production and, of course, our Sports Day, which begins with races at 2 pm and continues with a disco and BBQ until 8 pm! There are other events organised by our fabulous PTA, which will be advertised on the front page of the website.


Click here to see our Performance Tables

Click here to see our Ofsted reports

Every class has its own page on our website, so do have a browse and see what they've all been up to!

Mrs A Myatt
 
ATTAINMENT

Our Key Stage 2 results for Summer 2016 were :

Reading

63.3% achieved the expected standard

17% achieved a greater depth 

Average progress score -0.71 

Average scaled score 101.3

Writing

83% achieved the expected standard

17% achieved a greater depth

Average progress score 1.89

Maths

57% achieved the expected standard

3% achieved a greater depth

Average progress score -2.63

Average scaled score 99.8 

Reading, writing and maths combined

43% achieved the expected standard

0% achieved the higher standard