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21/11/17

Year 5 have been researching and creating Chinese blue willow plates in art. Look at this amazing example! https://t.co/UCEycsMUR5

17/11/17

Whole school attendance for the term so far is 96.45% and in line with the National Average. https://t.co/csbYxTjCBD

17/11/17

Shanah and Mollie in Year 1 have been looking at old toys. Here is their wonderful writing! https://t.co/L0JITzxe9I

17/11/17

Reception children are eating owl ice cream, roasted fox (butternut squash) and scrambled snake! (scrambled egg) They tasted, “fluffy”, “like plantain”, and ”yummy”. https://t.co/XednmdY8i2

16/11/17

Year 2 are learning all about nocturnal animals so they have created these wonderful barn owl collages! https://t.co/ne7XFJCh2b

13/11/17

Hello. We are not supporting this year as we are focusing on just one charity this term.

13/11/17

Today in assembly we thought about and how we are all different but all equal. We celebrated the 9 children who did something unique and different by competing in Bromley cross country on Saturday. https://t.co/LU1cm91slt

11/11/17

Well done to our only Year 6 boy runner for showing amazing resilience after being elbowed at the start line. He kept going and finished!

11/11/17

Team 6 girl runners stayed together and finished together at Bromley cross country this morning. So of you! https://t.co/or1Vwpqhku

11/11/17

Our super star Year 5 boys runners are back at Crystal Palace cross country https://t.co/HuNT92H7Yf

11/11/17

Super proud of our Year 5 girl runner placing 58th in the Bromley cross country race at Crystal Palace this morning! https://t.co/cGgICeiz07

09/11/17

Reception had a wonderful trip to to enjoy a world inside a book. “I’m going to have lunch with a gruffalo” https://t.co/4vIhNCYFzN

09/11/17

Today in English Year 1 had to choose the best instructions to follow to make a jam sandwich! https://t.co/WzUF55L4kj

07/11/17

Year 6 into science. Masterclass with Mr Brown: dissection of a sheep’s heart to understand how a heart works. https://t.co/Xk5vW81HIk

07/11/17

Year 5 are having a great experience producing their own videos with Tim about Space. https://t.co/a7nHvbtP4b

06/11/17

Tim from made a short pirate film in assembly. Miss Bell was the pirate villain fighting the bravest Captain in the land. https://t.co/dDKl5NL7yM

05/11/17

Retweetd From amy nash

Very impressed with the open morning - daughter sold on the school. Informative and children were very engaged in learning. Thank you

03/11/17

Reception children joining in with bonfire night customs and traditions whilst also looking closely at change. https://t.co/Itd6MeF9K4

03/11/17

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. is looking for a class teacher to work with its amazing community of children. Apply now: https://t.co/BGPmquR0tq https://t.co/iSXwZqyMrf

03/11/17

Retweetd From Overbes

My son is in year 2. I can confidently recommend as a brilliant school. My son loves it and the teaching is outstanding.

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

Performance Data

We are very pleased to share our outcomes from July 2017.

Early Years Foundation Stage:

  • Percentage of pupils achieving a 'Good Level of Development' (GLD): 78%
  • Percentage of disadvantaged pupils achieving a GLD: 75%
  • National average for 2016*: 69.3%

Phonics Screening Check:

  • Percentage of Year 1 pupils passing the phonics screening check: 81%
  • Percentage of disadvantaged pupils passing the phonics screening check: 75%
  • National average for 2016*: 81%

Key Stage 1 (Year 2)

  • Percentage of pupils achieving expected level in Reading: 75%
  • Percentage of disadvantaged pupils achieving expected level in Reading: 65%
  • National average for 2016*: 74%
  • Percentage of pupils achieving expected level in Writing: 68%
  • Percentage of disadvantaged pupils achieving expected level in Writing: 58%
  • National average for 2016*: 65%
  • Percentage of pupils achieving expected level in Maths: 73%
  • Percentage of disadvantaged pupils achieving expected level in Maths: 54%
  • National average for 2016*: 73%

Key Stage 2 (Year 6)

  • Percentage of pupils achieving expected level in Reading: 72%
  • Percentage of disadvantaged pupils achieving expected level in Reading: 67%
  • National average for 2017: 71%
  • Percentage of pupils achieving expected level in Writing: 76%
  • Percentage of disadvantaged pupils achieving expected level in Writing: 78%
  • National average for 2017: 76%
  • Percentage of pupils achieving expected level in Maths: 79%
  • Percentage of disadvantaged pupils achieving expected level in Maths: 83%
  • National average for 2017: 75%
  • Percentage of pupils achieving expected level in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (GPS): 87%
  • Percentage of disadvantaged pupils achieving expected level in GPS: 83%
  • National average for 2017: 77%
  • Percentage of pupils achieving expected level in Reading, Writing and Maths combined: 67%
  • Percentage of disadvantaged pupils achieving expected level in Reading, Writing and Maths combined: 56%
  • National average for 2017: 61%

 

*2017 National average data not avaiable at the time of writing

 

Further information will soon be available at https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/143426

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