High Street is a smaller than average-sized primary school which is situated near to the centre of
Plymouth in an area of significant deprivation.
Approximately three quarters of pupils at High Street come from White British backgrounds. The
remainder of the pupils come from a variety of other White and minority ethnic backgrounds.
There are seven classes in the school, including a Nursery unit, which the great majority of
children enter at the age of three, and two mixed-age-group classes for older pupils.
A minority of pupils also join High Street in different year groups at times other than at the start
of the school year and several leave the school before the end of Year 6. During the current
academic year 26 pupils transferred to other schools.
The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for the pupil premium, which provides additional
funding for children in local authority care, children with a parent or carer in the armed services
and pupils known to be eligible for free school meals, is significantly above the national average.
The proportion of pupils who are disabled or have special educational needs supported at school
action is similar to the national average. The proportion of pupils at school action plus or with a
statement of special educational needs is also similar to the national average.
The school meets the government's floor standards, which set the national minimum
expectations for attainment and progress in English and mathematics for Year 6 pupils.
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