OFSTED viewed Greenfield and Pulloxhill Schools at their last two inspections as outstanding!
Performance and Standards
At Greenfield & Pulloxhill Academy our children thrive in a stimulating and purposeful learning environment. Children enter the Early Years Foundation Stage with widely differing attainments and they make good progress as they move through the school. At the end of Key Stage 1 the proportion of children attaining or exceeding the expected standard in reading, writing and maths is higher than the national figures. This progress continues at Key Stage 2 so that by the end of Year 4, in preparation for middle school, children attaining or exceeding the expected standard is again higher than the national figures. We are proud of our children and the progress they make. We regularly reflect on our performance and standards and strive to continuously improve.
Please see our attached data and performance tables
The Ofsted Reports for Greenfield C of E School can be viewed by clicking on the links below:
The report for 2006 can be read by clicking here.
The report for 2009 can be read by clicking here.
As a church school, Greenfield is inspected by the Diocese.
The SIAMS report can be read by clicking here.
"The highly distinctive Christian character has a pervasive impact on all aspects of the school. The school's high commitment to inclusion is evidenced by outcomes in all area, both academic and spiritual, moral, social and cultural." (SIAMS 2015)
The Ofsted Reports for Pulloxhill School can be viewed by clicking on the links below:
The report for 2008 can be read by clicking here.
The latest report in September 2013 can be viewed by clicking on this link.
“The school's self-evaluation is accurate in judging that its overall effectiveness is outstanding. One key strength is the federation that has been established with a neighbouring lower school. This link has brought many benefits that have had a positive impact on teaching and learning, pupils' achievement and on the leadership and management of the school. Expertise among staff has been shared and this has supported the development of teaching extremely well. Pupils' personal development, including their excellent spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, is another strength. Teaching and learning are outstanding and so pupils make excellent progress.”
Finally you can compare our performance with that of other schools by following this web link: http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance