This is a larger than average sized primary school, which continues to grow year on year. The school has a diverse cultural and ethnic population. About one in five pupils are of White
British heritage and the remainder are from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds.
The majority of pupils speak English as an additional language with 48 languages spoken in the
school. Many join the school speaking little or no English.
The proportion of disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs supported at
school action is above average as is the proportion at school action plus or with a statement of
special educational needs. A number of these pupils have emotional and behavioural difficulties.
Three pupils currently have a statement of special educational needs.
About one in three pupils are entitled to pupil premium funding, which is higher than average.
This is additional money provided by the government to support, in this school, pupils known to
be eligible for free school meals.
The proportion of pupils joining or leaving the school at unusual times is much higher than is the
case in most schools.
The school meets the government's current floor standard, which sets the minimum expectation
for pupils' attainment and progress.
Inspectors were aware during this inspection that a serious incident had occurred since the
previous inspection. While Ofsted do not have the power to investigate incidents of this kind,
actions taken by the setting in response to the incident were considered alongside the other
evidence available at the time of the inspection to inform inspectors' judgements.
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