School Achievements

We are proud of all of our school community's achievements and enjoy sharing them from both within school and outside school.  We celebrate a whole range of individual achievements including successes in: academic, sporting, musical, artistic and life experiences. 

  • July 2019 Year 1 Phonics results with 89% children meeting the expected standard for their age (30% improvement from 2018 to 2019).  
  • July 2019 Key Stage 1  end of year results with 87% meeting age expected in Reading, 81% age expected in Writing and 65% meeting age expected in Mathematics
  • July 2019 Key Stage 2 end of year results with 83% meeting age expected in Mathematics and 75% meeting age expected in Reading 
  • 4 children through to North Yorkshire Cross Country Finals.
  • 14 staff completed Level 1 and Level 2 training in supporting mental health and wellbeing 
  • 3 staff completed Level 3 and 1 staff member completed Level 4 training in supporting mental health and wellbeing
  • Dedicated pastoral teaching assistant support resourced    
  • Overall winners and individual winners of High Adventure inter-school Climbing competition for Years 3, 4, 5 and 6
  • Tag Rugby, Cricket, Cross Country teams achieved well in local and county sporting competition
  • Opening of Brads Before and After School Club in September 2019
  • Further development of outdoor facilities including woodland area, climbing zone and daily mile running track   
  • £1000 raised by School Council to support a village in Malawi with installing a water pump in the village
  • Increase in EYFS intake for 2019 (21 children)   
  • Knowledge and understanding of our resident Medical Assistance Dog Holly and her role
  • A successful Year 6 Enterprise project raising £230.00 profit     
  • Maintaining staff levels within school
  • Election of Head Girl, Head Boy and School Council
  • Being selected to host Power Down Pete's 10th Birthday Environmental Curriculum Day
  • Participation in the World War 1 Commemorative music concert at Harrogate International Centre