Ofsted rating: good
Please click below to see our latest Ofsted report. We are very proud of all the hard work and dedication of pupils, staff, parents, governors and volunteers who have helped make our school a success.
Below are a few quotes from the report.
- Senior staff set good examples to all staff and are skilled in observing teaching and setting increasingly challenging but achievable targets for subject and middle leaders to aspire to.
- As a result, the quality of teaching is now good and constantly improving as all staff, including those new to the school and the profession, strive to meet these high expectations.
- The behaviour of pupils is good. Pupils are polite and considerate towards each other and they respond well to the care that all adults show them.
- Pupils play and work together well. Classrooms are calm and orderly. Pupils take responsibilities seriously and support others.
- Pupils are well prepared for keeping themselves safe in later life.
- The school works well with pupils who sometimes find it difficult to manage their own emotions and social skills.
- Across the school, pupils are ambitious and aim high. They respond well to staff’s high expectations and good example
- There is a good atmosphere for learning and pupils respond well in their behaviour and positive attitudes. Classrooms are attractive and orderly.
- Pupils also refine and develop their knowledge and understanding in response to skilful and persistent questioning.
- All groups of pupils achieve well from their individual starting points
- Pupils’ achievement in reading is good and sometimes outstanding. They make very quick gains in understanding letters and their sounds (phonics)
- Pupils make at least good progress in writing. They write neatly and take a pride in their handwriting.
- Pupils’ achievement in mathematics is good.
- The most-able pupils reach above average standards and the results of national tests reflect this.
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TEST RESULTS 2017
Hatchell Wood Primary Academy Test Results 2018
(these results do not include one child’s achievements which change writing to 73% and combined to 62%)
School Sports Funding
2016-2017 (£9455), 2017-2018 (£19,470)
- Specialist Sports Coaches to work with children and coach staff to upskill and create jointly an effective, progressive scheme of work to the new national curriculum
- Organisational costs for inter school competitions
- Increase range of clubs available to enable children to experience a wider range of sports
- To part fund our annual sports week in the Summer to give children a range of experiences in various sports, some not typically taught in schools.
- Impact for our children has been in participating in more lessons with higher skill content taught by teachers confident in delivering the PE curriculum
- Highly skilled external sports coaches organizing clubs and tournaments in a range of PE activities promoting a healthier lifestyle, team working and success through participation
- Giving children experiences of a variety of sports and dance activities throughout the year and during our highly successful sports week
|Areas of Development||Intended Outcomes|
|Targeted and effective intervention to support children and families as appropriate with particular focus on:
|Case studies show a positive impact on children and families through:
Reduction in the number of referrals to social care and effective use of early help
To work with vulnerable children identified through inclusion team
|Case studies and pre / post surveys of children, staff and parents show a positive impact on children’s self-esteem and attitude to relationships, school and learning|
|To assist in development of ‘good’ play culminating in reduction of incidents and children returning from lunchtime in a good learning state|
|EYFS Outdoor Learning Environment
|Children come into school below average in Reception, outdoor area to continue and accelerate good progress at end of EYFS
Child Protection Online Monitoring Software
|To more effectively monitor and record areas of concern including child protection, racism and behaviour. Chronology will be improved enhancing safeguarding procedures|
|Books and Resources
|Available budget for resources to support the above areas or identified issues throughout the year|
|Total Pupil Premium Spent||£155989|
KEY STAGE 2 SATs & TEACHER ASSESSMENTS 2016
Based on 41 results
|Reading||Writing||Maths||GPS||Maths / English Combined|
|At expected standard||55%||79%||64%||43%||40%|
|Ave Scaled Score||100||101||99|
|National Average Scaled Score||103||103||104|
EYFS / KEY STAGE 1 TEACHER ASSESSMENTS 2016
|Results||EYFS GLD||Year 1 Phonics||Year 1 & 2 Phonics|
|At expected standard||70.9%||63.6%||76.4%||60%||80%|