Our Standards

Our Standards

How we perform

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Performance Figures for Kender Primary School

 

KS2

2012

2013

2014

2015

Reading

(KS2, L4+)

 School

82%

89%

100%

96%

 National

87%

86%

89%

tbc

 Writing

 (KS2, L4+)

 School

93%

93%

93%

97%

 National

81%

83%

85%

tbc

 Mathematics

 (KS2, L4+)

 School

86%

93%

93%

96%

 National

84%

85%

86%

tbc

 Reading, Writing and  Mathematics

(KS2, L4+)

 School

68%

85%

90%

93%

 National

75%

75%

79%

tbc

 Average Point Score  (Overall)

 School

27.7

28.1

29.0

28.9

National

27.5

28.4

28.4

tbc


Ofsted Interim Assessment, April 2014

 
I am pleased to inform you that the interim assessment of your school 
 
indicates that its performance has been sustained. As a result, the school’s 
 
next inspection will not take place before the summer term 2015.

 

Ofsted 2011:“This is a good school…making impressive improvements.”

“Staff know the pupils well and establish good relationships with them. There are clear policies and procedures to promote good behaviour underpinned by the school's core values."

"The school’s accurate tracking data shows that no group of children is underachieving. Children show considerable respect for the different backgrounds and cultures within the school."

"Rapidly rising achievement in English and Mathematics is helping to ensure that children are satisfactorily prepared for their future economic wellbeing.”

Children:

“Your school is led well by staff who are passionate about your achievement.”

You can see all our Ofsted inspection reports on the Ofsted site. Here are some quotes from earlier reports:

Ofsted 2010 (design technology survey):

“A good range of enrichment activities ensures D&T plays an important part in the school’s drive to make the curriculum more creative.”

Ofsted 2008:

“Kender is a good, improving school…with…a caring ethos that permeates all aspects of school life, pupils are valued and cherished as individuals. Consequently, they flourish and are keen to do well.”

“One parental comment is typical of many, ‘this is a very community focused school. Every child and their family is treated and cared for with respect’.”

Ofsted Report 2004:

  • This is a very effective school that gives very good value for money. Pupils reach above average standards of attainment and achieve very well.
  • The development of pupils’ personal qualities is very good. Their spiritual and moral development is very good and their social and cultural development is excellent.
  • The school provides a very good quality of education. The quality of teaching and learning is good.
  • Pupils, including those learning English as an additional language and those with special educational needs, achieve very well.
  1. Ofsted2008
  2. DT2010
  3. Ofsted2011
  4. Interim2014
  5. KenderOfsted2016