We are skilled in developing pupils' talents allowing them to flourish and become confident learners, creative performers, committed sports women and challenging them to give their best. All this so that when your daughter reaches Year 6, she is ready for the next stage in her education.
Our girls progress well and exceed national expectations
Pupils' progress is monitored through our own tracking system. Girls are assessed internally in English, Maths and Science at various stages. Every pupil is screened at the beginning of the year using INCAs which helps inform the teacher’s planning for the coming year. In addition, every pupil sits Progress Test in English (PTE) and Progress Test in Maths (PTM) for their end of year exams in May. Through pupil progress meetings, achievements are tracked and monitored throughout the year to ensure that each individual is supported and challenged appropriately.
The graphs below demonstrate how well our pupils perform at the end of their Junior School journey as well as how much progress they make versus the national average at Key Stage 2.
Claires Court Junior pupils consistently attain well above the national average and achieve above the expected progress.
Pupils make a good and sometimes excellent rate of progress over the longer term in relation to pupils of similar ability
ISI Report 2014
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