Please read the Ofsted short report by clicking on the link above. Below are a couple of extracts to give you a flavour of our school:
...this is a ‘thinking’ school, in which reflection and development are integral parts of everyday life. Everyone is united ... in aspiring to the very best for the pupils of Southborough.
One parent summed up the views of many in writing: ‘Great school. My child loves it here, loves the teachers and is thriving!’
Standards and expectations are high in reading, writing and mathematics. Pupils attain well in relation to age-related expectations and at higher levels. Pupils, including disadvantaged pupils, make strong progress from their starting points. The curriculum offers a wide range of experiences which capture pupils’ imagination. Artistic skills in particular are well developed. Beautiful artwork, demonstrating a range of skills, adorns the school.
Visit the Ofsted inspection reports web site by clicking the link below to view OFSTED reports for Southborough CE Primary School.
Our school’s recent performance can be viewed on the Ofsted Compare School Performance site by clicking the link below.
SIAMS inspection focuses on the impact of the Church school's Christian vision on pupils and adults. This involves looking at the school’s Christian vision, the provision the school makes because of this vision and how effective this provision is in enabling all pupils to flourish. Church schools will employ a variety of strategies and styles appropriate to, and reflective of, their particular context in order to be distinctively and effectively Christian in their character and ethos. SIAMS inspectors therefore do not look for a set template of what a Church school should be like, but rather take the particular context of the school into account and base their evaluation on the outcomes rather than the process.
The Evaluation Schedule has one inspection question: how effective is the school’s distinctive Christian vision, established and promoted by leadership at all levels, in enabling pupils and adults to flourish?
This is explored through seven strands:
One overall grade is awarded reflecting the contribution of these strands to the flourishing of pupils and adults in a Church school. In addition a standalone grade is awarded in all schools for collective worship.
The latest SIAMS report for our school can be viewed from following PDF link below.
At our school we value parent feedback and ideas. Click on the links below to read the 2015-2016 and the 2016-2017 Parent Survey Summary and 2017-2018 Parent View report.
At our school we track your child's attainment and progress from Reception right through to Year 6.
By the end of Key Stage 2, two sets of figures are published and these refer to children's attainment at the end of Year 6 and their progress from the end of Key Stage 1 to the end of key Stage 2.
Our School results are published on the Department for Education's website and you can access our Performance Table by following the link below.
|By the end of July 2019 the following percentages of children in Reception achieved a good level of development:|
|Pupil Premium Pupils||100|
|National All Pupils (2018)||71.5|
|By the end of July 2019 the following percentage of children in Year 1 achieved the National Standard for Phonics:|
|Pupil Premium Pupils||100|
|National All Pupils (2018)||82.5|
|By the end of July 2019 the following percentage of children in Year 2 achieved the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths:|
|Pupil Premium Pupils||67||47||60|
|National All Pupils (2018)||75.4||69.9||76.1|
|By the end of July 2019 the following percentage of children in Year 6 achieved the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths:|
|Pupil Premium Pupils||69||77||54|
|National All Pupils (2018)||75.0||78.0||76.0|
|The 2019 average scaled scores for Reading and Maths for Year 6 pupils were:|
|The percentage of children in Year 6 who achieved a high level of attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths in 2019:|
|Pupil Premium Pupils||20||20||10|