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This is a nurturing environment where children, staff, parents and governors know each other and share a common understanding of the School’s purpose – to ‘aim high’ and through shared understanding of Gospel values, ensure that the potential of every child is fully achieved. Our children are happy, sociable, well-behaved and value our diversity, which enriches everything we do. We are recognised as ‘outstanding’ by the local authority and are confident this will be endorsed at our next Ofsted inspection.

Performance

The School's performance in relation to other Lewisham schools can be found on the School Performance Tables on the Department for Education's website.

Ofsted has published its 2016 'Inspection Dashboard' for our School and you can find it in full here.

It is designed to show at a glance how well children at the School have demonstrated characteristics of good or better performance.  It contains a brief overview of progress and attainment at key stages 1 and 2 for 2016 and other data for the last three years, including comparative data.

The School's main strengths are identified as follows, and no weaknesses were identified:
  • KS2 progress in all subjects was significantly above average overall
  • Disadvantaged KS2 pupils had an average scaled score equal to or above the national score for other pupils in reading and mathematics.
  • KS1 attainment of at least the expected standard in all subjects for all Early Years Founbdation Stage (EYFS) development groups was above national figures
  • KS1 attainment of 'greater depth' in all subjects for all EYFS development groups was close to or above national figures
  • For KS1 disadvantaged pupils, attainment of at least the expected standard in all subjects for all EYFS development groups was above national figures
  • For KS1 disadvantaged pupils, attainment of 'greater depth' in all subjects for all EYFS development groups was above national figures
  • The proportion of pupils that met the expected standard in phonics was above the national figure in Year 1.