We are all unique in the eyes of God and together we enjoy, aspire and achieve
- Our reading, writing and mathematics SATs progress and attainment results, at the end of KS2 over the past 6 years, have been well above national figures with very impressive progress scores in 2016 and 2017
- The achievement of the PPG pupils at the end of KS2 over time and particularly in reading and mathematics
- Progress from baseline data of the pupils in our nursery and reception classes
- Attendance figures over the past 5 years (96+%) have been above national
- Behaviour, safety and pastoral care continue to be outstanding with no exclusions in the past 11 years
- Sporting achievement over the past 6 years, particularly in netball (4x Westminster Champions) and football
- Our successful community cohesion events
- Strong links with St. Paul's Church
- Partnerships and links with other schools, parents and external agencies
- Progression in key art themes across the school
- The extent to which pupils adopt healthy lifestyles; Healthy Schools Silver Award and the Sustainable Travel Gold Award.
- The school's internal financial management (FMSIS) graded with substantial assurance in 2013 and 2016
- Development of the whole child - personal, social, emotional, spiritual, moral and cultural including British values
- LA re-categorisation of the school 2014, 2015 , 2016 and 2017
- The range of extended school opportunities on offer: daily breakfast club, daily after school activity club, arts and crafts, sports, music tuition, booster classes and homework club
- The new school website which was launched in September 2016
Our Whole School Improvement Priorities for 2017/18
(The focus for middle leaders and co-ordinators' action plans)
- Promoting Talk for Learning: giving children a range of opportunities to articulate their ideas and to use an increasing range of vocabulary correctly to improve progress, understanding and outcomes with increasing numbers achieving greater depth.
- Pride in our work: writing, handwriting, presentation and spelling improvements.
- Ensuring all pupils make good to outstanding progress from their starting points (differentiation) which will be clearly evidenced in books (next steps) and assessment records.
- Leaders and staff at all levels rigorously reviewing outcomes across the curriculum to ensure improvement.