Chiswick School is a larger than average-sized secondary school. It converted to academy status on 1
March 2012 and is the only academy in the Chiswick School Academy Trust.
The academy runs its own offsite provision, the Chiswick Centre. This caters for vulnerable pupils at risk
of permanent exclusion from the main academy, and currently supports 13 pupils.
The academy is culturally diverse, with a below-average proportion coming from White British
backgrounds. The remainder of the academy population comprises smaller groups of other ethnicities and backgrounds, including those of Black African heritage and other White backgrounds.
The proportion of pupils who are disadvantaged and receive support from the pupil premium, which is
additional funding for pupils known to be eligible for free school meals and those in local authority care, is
above the national average. The proportion who speak English as an additional language is well above the national figure.
The proportion of disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs is broadly in line with the
The academy meets the government's floor targets, which are the minimum expectations for pupils'
attainment and progress.
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