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What the Inspectors say about Anson

 

“The school is recognised locally, nationally and internationally for its innovative use of information and communication technology to stimulate the pupils’ learning and engage with parents and others.”

 

“Staff and governors make sure that pupils are safe in school. Pupils feel safe and know they can confide in staff if they are worried about anything.”

 

“The school’s very strong partnership with parents enables them to support their children’s learning well. Parents are also engaged through social media with projects to guide learning at home.”

 

“School leaders have successfully driven improvements to teaching, including good use of teachers sharing their expertise and learning from each other.”

The 2015 Ofsted Inspection

2016 KEY STAGE TWO DATA

The percentage of children achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths is 52%. This is in line with National Data (53%)

 

 

Reading

(achieved standard)

Writing 

(achieved standard)

Maths

(achieved standard)

Grammar

(achieved standard)

School

68% (9% HA)

79% (17% HA) 64% (19% HA) 71%
National

66% (19% HA)

74% (15% HA) 70% (17% HA) 72%

HA = High Attainers

 

The progress from Key Stage One to Key Stage Two is recorded as;

 

Reading: +3.1 above the national average

Writing: +2.8 above the national average 

Maths: +2.8 above the national average

 

This table shows the average scaled score for reading and mathematics

 

 

Reading 

(average scaled score)

Maths

(average scaled score)

School

103.2

103.0
National 102.6 103.0

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