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In recent years Hadleigh Junior School has been through some significant changes. In 2016 a new Headteacher joined the school and re-structured the Senior Leadership Team and in March 2017 the school joined Challenger Multi-academy Trust.

Since these changes the Senior Leadership Team implemented its first School Improvement Plan aimed at achieving the vision for the school (http://www.hadleighjuniorschool.co.uk/visions-and-values-1/). The developments and enhancements to teaching and learning have impacted on internal school outcomes and progress but there has been insufficient time for these changes to impact positively on end of Stage 2 results.

The Senior Leadership Team, Local Governing Body and Multi-academy Trust are committed to improving the progress and outcomes for all students at Hadleigh Junior School and therefore have continued to plan ambitiously for school improvement (http://www.hadleighjuniorschool.co.uk/hjs-improvements/).

 

 

Combined

Expected

2015

Expected

2016

Expected

2017

Greater Depth

2016

Greater Depth

2017

Cohort 2020 (Current Yr4)

 

63%

60%

11%

11%

Cohort 2019 (Current Yr5)

36%

64%

74%

11.5%

18%

Cohort 2018 (Current Yr6)

15%

52%

59%

12%

20%

 

Key Stage 2 Assessment Results 2017

 

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    Percentage of children who achieved expected standard

    Reading

    Writing

    Maths

    65%

    73%

    65%

    National 71%

    National 76%

    National 75%

    75% were predicted to get expected standard in writing.

     

    Progress Measure

    Reading

    Writing

    Maths

    -2.5

    -2.78

    -3.00

     

     

    Percentage of children achieving the average scaled score

    Reading

    Maths

    47%

    47%

     

     

     

     

    Percentage of children who achieved a high level of attainment

    Reading

    Writing

    Maths

    19%

    11%

    15%

    National 25%

    National 18%

    National 23%

    18% were predicted to get higher level of attainment in reading.

    0% were predicted to get higher level of attainment in writing.

    18% were predicted to get higher level of attainment in maths.

 

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