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Information for parents: Results from the 2016 national curriculum assessments at the end of key stage 2

Academy Conversion Letter - July 2015
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Ofsted July 2011
"North Leigh Church of England Primary School provides a good education... Partnerships with parents and carers are good. Parents and carers have good opportunities to find out how better to support their children's learning. Pupils are cared for well. They greatly enjoy school and feel very safe there. Pupils are very well behaved and have positive attitudes to learning."
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Ofsted's interim assessment
Academy conversion and predecessor schools

SIAMS October 2016
"The School, through its distinctive Christian character, is outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners... The impact of the ethos is most clearly evidenced in the overall attitudes and behaviour of the children and in the love and care shown to all by the adults in the school… Inspirational leadership by the head teacher, working in close partnership with a dedicated and committed team of staff and governors, has created a community within which everyone shares a strong vision of North Leigh as a distinctly Christian school in which everyone is loved and valued."
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Letter to parents/carers: Sophie Warner, Chair of Governors
Performance Tables 2016 KS2 Test Results

  Reading Writing* Grammar Punctuation & Spelling Maths Combined
% achieving expected standard or above North Leigh 86% 67% 86% 81% 67%
National 66% 74% 72% 70% 53%
% achieving high level of attainment North Leigh 43% 0% 24% 33% 0%
National 19% 15% 23% 17% 5%
Average scaled score North Leigh 107   105 106  
National 103 104 103
Average progress score 3.4
Well above national average
Below national average
Above national average
* Teacher Assessed

Primary school progress measures

Point to note: In past years, we have had the previous year's results to benchmark our performance against. This is not the case for this year as the results are not comparable to previous cohorts' levels - as the expected standard has been raised and the accountability framework for schools has also changed. These changes mean that the expected standard this year is higher and not comparable with the expected standard used in previous years' statistics. Therefore we have included comparisons with average national performance where possible.

For more detailed information please click below for DfE performance tables and comparisons.

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement for the academic year 2016/17
Pupil Premium Spending and Impact Report - September 2016 (For the academic year 2015/16)
Impact of Pupil Premium 2014-2015
Sports Premium report 2016-2017
Sports Premium report 2015-2016
Sports Premium report 2014-2015
Analysis of Parental Questionnaire - EYFS
Analysis of Parental Questionnaire - Years 1–6
Special Educational Needs Policy
SEN Information Report 2016 - 2017
SEN Information Report December 2015
School Access Plans
Equalities Policy and Plan
Equalities Objectives 2016/2017
Equalities Objectives 2015/2016
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North Leigh C of E Primary School
North Leigh C of E Primary School      Park Road      North Leigh      Witney      OX29 6SS
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