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St Catherine of Siena Catholic Primary School

Three Rivers, East of England. WD25 7HP
Age range: 4-11

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Update to include the 2020 performance data is expected in April 2021.

{post_code} St Catherine of Siena Catholic Primary School

Your school's data for the most recent year (2019)
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286

Total Pupils

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88

Expected Standard

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94

Maths

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88

Reading

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94

Writing


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24%

Pupil Premium %

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£38,280

Pupil Premium Allocation

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100

Expected Standard

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100

Maths

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100

Reading

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100

Writing

Your Family of Schools

Your Family of Schools presents the characteristics and performance of your most similar schools using data aggregated over the previous 3 years (2017-19). Owing to suppressed or missing Pupil Premium data we are only able to show all pupil data in the chart below. help_outline

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Using the latest performance data published by the Department for Education, your school is matched to 49 other, similar schools based on a range of pupils characteristics. On average, schools in your ‘family’ have:

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73%

Expected Standard

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21%

Pupil Premium

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24%

EAL

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1%

SEND

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Your Family of Schools

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St Catherine of Siena Catholic Primary School Three Rivers, East of England. WD25 7HP
  • Expected Standard: 88%
  • Pupil Premium: 24%
  • EAL: 21%
  • SEND: 0%

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Here are four ways we hope the Families of Schools database will be used:

  1. Discuss your data with your school’s leadership, as well as with your governing boards, and agree next steps for improvement.
  2. If there are schools in your ‘family’ achieving better results for their disadvantaged pupils, why not contact them to arrange a visit?
  3. Find your nearest EEF Research School and ask them what support and training is on offer.
  4. Read and use the following key EEF resources as part of your school’s improvement planning:

Percentage of pupils who reached the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.

  • fiber_manual_recordAll Pupils: 88.0%
  • arrow_drop_upFamily Avg: 72.6%
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  • fiber_manual_recordPupil Premium: 100.0%
  • fiber_manual_recordNon Pupil Premium: 85.0%

Percentage of pupils reaching the expected standard in maths.

  • fiber_manual_recordAll Pupils: 94.0%
  • arrow_drop_upFamily Avg: 85.6%
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  • fiber_manual_recordPupil Premium: 100.0%
  • fiber_manual_recordNon Pupil Premium: 92.0%

Percentage of pupils reaching the expected standard in reading.

  • fiber_manual_recordAll Pupils: 88.0%
  • arrow_drop_upFamily Avg: 80.8%
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  • fiber_manual_recordPupil Premium: 100.0%
  • fiber_manual_recordNon Pupil Premium: 85.0%

Percentage of pupils reaching the expected standard in writing.

  • fiber_manual_recordAll Pupils: 94.0%
  • arrow_drop_upFamily Avg: 82.0%
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  • fiber_manual_recordPupil Premium: 100.0%
  • fiber_manual_recordNon Pupil Premium: 92.0%

Percentage of disadvantaged pupils who reached the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.

  • fiber_manual_recordPupil Premium: 100.0%
  • arrow_drop_upFamily Avg: 55.3%
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  • fiber_manual_recordAll Pupils: 88.0%
  • fiber_manual_recordNon Pupil Premium: 85.0%

Percentage of disadvantaged pupils reaching the expected standard in maths.

  • fiber_manual_recordPupil Premium: 100.0%
  • arrow_drop_upFamily Avg: 69.9%
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  • fiber_manual_recordAll Pupils: 94.0%
  • fiber_manual_recordNon Pupil Premium: 92.0%

Percentage of disadvantaged pupils reaching the expected standard in reading.

  • fiber_manual_recordPupil Premium: 100.0%
  • arrow_drop_upFamily Avg: 65.6%
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  • fiber_manual_recordAll Pupils: 88.0%
  • fiber_manual_recordNon Pupil Premium: 85.0%

Percentage of disadvantaged pupils reaching the expected standard in writing.

  • fiber_manual_recordPupil Premium: 100.0%
  • arrow_drop_upFamily Avg: 68.6%
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  • fiber_manual_recordAll Pupils: 94.0%
  • fiber_manual_recordNon Pupil Premium: 92.0%

The results of your school's disadvantaged pupils, as defined by the Department for Education (DfE). The circle gauge represents where your school's result sits in the national percentile.

Percentage of pupils with English as an additional language (EAL).

Percentage of pupils with special educational needs (SEN) with a statement or Education health and care (EHC) plan.

The combined results of your school's pupils, as defined by the Department for Education (DfE). The circle gauge shows where your school’s results sit in the national distribution.

Your Family of Schools presents the characteristics and performance of your most similar schools. The figures combine data from 2017-19, to produce an overall three year average.

Total pupils on roll.

Percentage of pupils at the end of key stage 2 who are disadvantaged.

In 2018-19, the Pupil Premium Allocation for each pupil in year groups reception - year 6 was £1,320 for those recorded as Ever 6 FSM and £2,300 for those defined as Looked-after children (LAC).

The Research Schools Network provides school-led support for the use of evidence to improve teaching practice.