You can find more information on school performance on the Government’s website.
Schools are judged on the progress their pupils make between Key Stage One (Year 2) and Key Stage Two (Year 6). All children have different starting points, so this progress measure is the fairest way to demonstrate the impact of teaching over time.
All children in England take part in standardised, statutory assessment throughout their school career. The results informs us of how we are performing as a school and enables us to identify the areas we want to improve upon.
The document below provides you with our percentages in each of these areas over the last three years. Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions with regards to the examination process or our results.
Pattishall Church of England Primary School is a friendly and inclusive school. Pupils enjoy coming to school and feel safe in this nurturing environment.
Staff are ambitious for all pupils and want the very best for them. They are determined that all pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), receive the support they need to flourish and achieve well.
Children get off to a good start in the early years. The school carefully considers children’s transition into school. Children are happy and know the class routines. Teachers are passionate and knowledgeable and create a warm and caring environment.
The school has designed a well-sequenced curriculum that enables pupils to build key knowledge over time.
The school carefully considers how pupils will develop their character and values. There is a sense of community and respect, where older pupils become ‘buddies’ for younger children.
In the daily collective worship assemblies, and across the curriculum, pupils learn about fundamental British values and diversity. Pupils know that everyone should be treated equally. A typical view was, ‘Everybody is different in their own way.’
Parents and carers hold the school in high regard. A typical comment was, ‘The school is welcoming and warm, with a strong emphasis on well-being.’ Another parent commented, ‘I feel confident that my child will be nurtured, feel safe and encouraged to be the best they can be.’
"This inclusive school which is popular with families in the village and the wider area ensures that children behave well and support each other in a caring and supportive environment.
The high-quality relationships are generally attributed to the values of the school."
"There is evidence that collective worship is part of the routine pattern of the school week and children say they enjoy the experience."
"Children are aware of the importance of prayer in their lives and can recite the Lord’s Prayer. They are also comfortable with prayer both in assemblies and the regular grace before lunch."
"Children enjoy worship led by local churches that routinely uses Bible stories to communicate their message. They also make good links between these stories and actions in the lives of people around them. The children can enthusiastically share experiences where they visit the local church for the main Christian festivals. They particularly enjoy the opportunities for leading worship in the church."
"The school prides itself on its commitment to high quality training and development for all staff, some of this is provided by Peterborough Diocese."