3.6.2020 CONFIRMATION OF DELAY TO SCHOOL RE OPENING We will continue to determine our pace of phased school re opening based upon evidence from scientists, medical professionals and statistical data including SAGE. To date, the reports and broadcasts of Professor Peter Hornby (Professor of Emerging Infectious Diseases and Global Health at the University of Oxford and Chair of the UK government's New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group), John Edmunds (LSHTM) and Jeremy Farrar (Biomedical research) conclude that relaxation is too soon due to test, trace, isolate not being fully operational, the R rate still being very high, 8000 current infections a day and there is little to confirm the role of children and schools in transmission, levels of cases in the UK are still high (324 deaths on 28.5.2020), contact tracing is not up and running tracking new cases and following them up within 48 hours which potentially, should a wider reopening take place too soon could lead to a further lock down. Therefore, we will continue to take a safe, measured approach to opening our doors wider based upon all of the above which we believe is our best chance in ensuring the safety, health and well- being of children, families, staff, families and community. School will therefore NOT open to wider year groups before the 15th June. Thank you as always for your support Nichola Russell Headteacher
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Unvalidated School Results 2019

Headlines 2019


Information for parents:

2020 MTC Information for Parents

Michael Tidd has produced a 5 minute video for parents about the end of key stage tests; Year 2 and Year 6. We hope you find these useful.Have a read of this useful information booklet for parents produced by the DFE

April 2019

Test Information for Parents

Information for parents; 2019 national curriculum tests at the end of key stages 1 and 2


What is the English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Test in Y6?


Here is the updated information for the 2019 KS2 tests

Phonic Screening Check Information for Parents


Every year, Rising Stars commissions a team of experienced teachers and consultants to review the Key Stage 2 national test papers and provide analysis of the questions to help schools focus on these areas when preparing children for future tests. The 3 short video's below articulate the key messages.

End of Year Key Stage Outcomes 2018

Improvements Over Time including 2018 outcomes (provisional)

KS1 Comparative Report 2018

Use the link below to compare schools performance