Ofsted & Performance Data
A team of Ofsted inspectors visited our school in May 2019. We are delighted to announce that Stoke Park Junior School was found to be a"Good" school. To read our report in full online please click here, or click below to download as a pdf.
"The headteacher, together with his skilled leadership team and governors, has maintained the good quality of education provided by the school since the previous inspection."
"School leaders have a very clear vision for the direction of the school. They have high expectations and have set aspiring targets for school improvements. Their aim of 'preparing all children fully for life in the wider world' underpins all aspects of their work. As a result, pupils have well-developed academic and personal skills."
In May 2013, the Secretary of State announced: ‘as part of our reforms to the national curriculum, the current system of ‘levels’ used to report children’s attainment and progress will be removed. It will not be replaced.’
‘Reforming assessment and accountability for primary schools’ stated ‘schools should have the freedom to decide how to teach their curriculum and how to track the progress that pupils make’ (DfE, 2014: p4).
These announcements made it clear that central government was no longer going to dictate how schools should record and report progress between statutory tests. As such we at Stoke Park Junior School, along with other Hampshire schools have developed their own methods of assessing pupil progress.
In May all Y6 pupils complete end of Key Stage 2 tests. The results of these test are used to measure the individual progress a pupil has made in their time at primary school before moving on to their secondary school. These results are also used by Ofsted & the Local Authority to measure the success of the school against other schools nationally.
Performance data for Stoke Park Junior School can be found here: