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Ofsted

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Latton Green Primary Academy Ofsted

Exam Assessment Results 2018

Latton Green Primary Academy DfE Letter

Latton Green Primary Academy Exam Results and Assessment Results 2017

Latton Green Primary Academy Pupil Achievement 2016

Latton Green Primary Academy DfE visit June 2016

KS2 SATS results 2015

 

Latton Green Primary Academy & Nursery is graded Good at Ofsted (December 2017).

The head of school and executive headteacher are passionate in their drive to ensure that all pupils receive the best start they can to their education. This influences every decision they make. They ensure that staff are trained and supported extremely well in their professional development.

 

Leaders at Latton Green are ambitious and have high expectations for the pupils and staff at the school.

 

At the end of key stage 1 in 2017, pupils attained above the national average in writing and mathematics.

 

Middle leaders’ roles are well developed. They play a vital role in the school, providing specialisms in such areas as history, art and religious education. As a result, the curriculum is rich and well developed. Pupils’ individual interests and talents are nurtured well.

 

Parents are very appreciative of the many different experiences that pupils are offered. As one wrote, ‘Latton Green offers our children various experiences such as holding a cultural day, visiting a Mosque, going to Lea Valley Farm and having baby chicks hatch in the classroom, which was wonderful.’

 

Parent View, say that pupils are happy and safe, and, in the pupils’ own words, enjoy coming to this ‘brilliant, super, awesome’ school. Parents say that leaders are caring and supportive of their children in every way possible. One parent commented, ‘There are several staff who go above and beyond for their pupils.’