Attainment Information


We have had another good year with high achievement in most areas of school life. Our children are happy and fulfilled, and we have enhanced our provision with extensive extended services.

The school is host to many clubs and community activities and we continue to develop links around the world.

We have some outstanding teachers whose highly-effective teaching is enabling the children to make the best progress, which we monitor even more closely. We know what we have to do to improve further and everyone is set to work hard and enjoy our next school year.

Our Governors are supportive and effective at driving improvements in standards. We aspire to be outstanding in every aspect of school life.

Our school’s aim is to give each child the best start possible, but we can only do that if you work closely with us.

Please let us know what we need to do better and give us the chance to do it!

What is the school particularly good at? Please refer to Ofsted link to see school performance tables: 

  • Outstanding Catholic provision

  • The school has outstanding safeguarding procedures in place

  • Rights Respecting School Award Gold (the highest level awarded) 2019

  • The school’s engagement with parents and carers is outstanding

  • There are equal opportunities for all pupils

  • We promote community cohesion

  • Pupil care and well-being is judged as outstanding

  • Arts Hub status  gained after 2 members of staff became Artsmark Advisors (March 2017)

  • We have a Gold level School Games Mark

  • 0-3 club for two sessions a week plus daily breakfast and Goldstar after school club

  • Pupils’ social, moral, spiritual and cultural development

  • Fully-extended services

  • Gold Global Schools Award and International Award

  • Gold Artsmark (three times in succession)

  • Quality Mark Award renewed for Extended services 2016

  • Our ‘Poverty-Proofed’ school ensures support for those in financial difficulty

  • Quality Mark renewed for Basic Skills 2016

  • Highly-qualified staff to teach children with learning difficulties such as dyslexia

  • Winners of KS2 and Adult Choral Speakers and many other awards at the Scunthorpe Speech and Drama Festival (Spring 2017)

  • Communication and Interaction Charter May 2014; renewed 2016

  • Prize winners at the Scunthorpe Music Festival

  • Lincolnshire Show Schools Challenge participants and prize winners

  • Modern school kitchen to provide our own healthy meals

The DfE has announced that school-level data from the KS2 national curriculum assessments will not be published in performance tables in 2022.

2019 Results (these are not for current pupils due to cancellation of SATs in 2020 and 2021):

94% of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.

The average progress that pupils made in reading between KS1 and KS2 was +2.2.

The average progress that pupils made in writing between KS1 and KS2 was +0.6.

The average progress that pupils made in maths between KS1 and KS2 was +0.2.

29% of pupils achieved a higher standard in reading, writing and maths.

Pupils’ average score in the reading test was 111.

Pupils’ average score in the maths test was 109.

Together with an enthusiastic team, we continually strive to further improve our school, and welcome the constructive views of parents, children, governors, staff and advisors. Please help us to be the best that we can be!