This is a smaller than average-sized primary school. The large majority of pupils come from a White British heritage. The proportion of pupils who
come from a minority ethnic group or who speak English as an additional language fluctuates
because of the high turnover of pupils, but at the time of the inspection is above average.
Fewer pupils than average are known to be eligible for free school meals. However, a much
higher than average proportion of pupils is eligible for pupil premium funding because they have
a parent in the armed forces.
The proportion of disabled pupils and those with special educational needs supported at school
action is below average. The proportion supported at action plus or with a statement of special
educational needs is average.
Pupils frequently join or leave partway through their primary school education. This is due to the
fact that a large number of the pupils are from service families.
In September 2013, the school entered a `soft federation' with another school. From this date,
the headteacher of that school became the executive headteacher of both schools. In addition, a
member of the leadership team of the federation school was appointed School Leader.
There has been significant staff turnover in recent years. All teachers currently serving have
been appointed since September 2012.
The number of pupils in Year 6 in 2013 was too small for the government's floor standards to be
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