School Performance Information
‘Learn and Grow Together with Love, Respect and Belief’
We are a consistently high performing school nationally and have sustained high standards and improved progress of all children supported by a strong team and good teaching across the whole school. We enrich our children’s learning by providing opportunities for them to show their talents in a wide range of areas including sport, music, singing, the arts, science and computing. The school has been nationally recognised for this through gaining the Platinum Sing-up Award, Primary Geography Quality Mark and the Arts Mark from Arts Council England. We have also been awarded the Silver Eco Award for our work on sustainability.
The performance of our school is measured and monitored in a variety of ways:
We are formally inspected by both Ofsted and the Diocese on a regular basis. In 2014 the school was found to be outstanding in all aspects of its work. Whilst in 2019 the school became the first school in Hampshire to achieve 'Excellence' as a church school.
Pupils are assessed against the Early Learning Goals at the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage and at the end of Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 are assessed using the Standard Assessment Tests (SATS) and assessment criteria. The school has a very good track record of children achieving consistently above national expectations year on year in all stages of learning.
All children are assessed against specific age related objectives every year and progress is tracked through teacher assessment.
We regularly survey our parents and carers for their views on the school and its performance. We are pleased that we are often recommended as a good place to learn.
Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports, and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables.
Key Stage 2 - Comparative Data
Clatford Primary School is a friendly and welcoming school where values of care and respect for others are lived out on a daily basis within a Christian ethos. The effective leadership of the headteacher and governors together with the dedication of the staff and the strong links with the local community mean the school is well placed to continue to develop and improve as a church school.