Ofsted visited Edith Cavell Primary School in July 2018. The inspection concluded that “this school continues to be Good”. You can view all Edith Cavell Primary School reports on the OFSTED website
View Edith Cavell Primary School’s performance tables on the Gov.uk website
The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to close the gaps between them and their peers.
Click the links below to view Edith Cavell Primary School ‘s Pupil Premium Reports
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Most schools with primary-age pupils receive the PE and sport premium. Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport you offer.
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Find out more about the Sports Premium on Gov.uk
During the Summer Term, 2017 the Year 2 children at Edith Cavell Primary School undertook the end of Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessment Tasks in English, Mathematics and Science. The results were as follows:-
National Curriculum Level Achieved
KS1 – Year 2
|41 children||% at or above EXS||% at GDS|
EXS = Working at the Expected Standard for the year group
GDS = Working at Greater Depth Standard for the year group
RWM = Combined Reading, Writing and Mathematics
|Year||Year 1||Year 2||End of Year 2|
2016 – 42 children
2017 – 43 children
WT = Working towards the expected standard
WA = Working at the expected standard
These collective results represented what each of our Year 2 children attained on a particular day during the Summer Term 2017. Some factors influencing the attainment would have been:-
Intellectual ability, number of terms in full-time education, ability to concentrate, teacher input, maturity level, pre-school educational provision e.g. Nursery, and performance on the day.