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Best State Schools in Thurcaston and Cropston

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  • Richard Hill Church of England Primary School

    Richard Hill Church of England Primary School is a warm and caring institution dedicated to providing a stimulating curriculum and satisfying educational experience. With a student teacher ratio of 22:1, our teachers put in a lot of effort to meet the individual needs and talents of each child. Our school has a strong Christian foundation and we aim to create fond memories of warmth, joy, care, friendship, success, and new experiences. With an average score of 101 in both maths and reading, our students receive a quality education that prepares them for future success.
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Schools Nearby Thurcaston and Cropston

  • Hallam Fields, Birstall

    Hallam Fields, Birstall is a primary school located in Birstall, East Midlands. Led by the dedicated Headteacher Mrs Ifat Sultana, the school offers a multi-faith environment for boys and girls aged 4-11 years. With a small class size and a student-teacher ratio of 17:1, the school provides individual attention to students. It has a diverse student population, with 20% eligible for free school meals and 10.60% having English as a second language. The school also supports students with special educational needs, with 8.3% receiving SEN support. With a strong focus on academic and personal development, Hallam Fields, Birstall aims to provide a nurturing and inclusive learning environment for all its students.
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  • Woolden Hill Primary School

    Woolden Hill Primary School is a one-form primary school located in the village of Anstey. As a member of the Discovery Schools Academy Trust, we prioritize excellence and collaboration to provide our students with a top-notch education. With a student-teacher ratio of 22:1 and a good overall effectiveness rating from Ofsted, we ensure a supportive learning environment where every child can thrive. Our students achieve above-average scores in maths and reading, with 72% achieving GCSE level 4 or higher. We promote resilience, independence, and academic success while fostering a culture of respect and tolerance. Contact us at 0116 236 2154 for more information.
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  • Swithland St Leonard's Church of England Primary School

    Swithland St Leonard's Church of England Primary School is a nurturing and academically focused school that provides every student with the chance to develop personally, academically, and spiritually. With a dedicated teaching staff and a supportive Christian ethos, our school empowers students with the skills, knowledge, and confidence they need to succeed in their education and future endeavors. Our outstanding exam results and strong student-teacher ratio of 18:1 demonstrate our commitment to delivering excellent instruction. Come and join our welcoming Christian school family!
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  • The Martin High School Anstey

    The Martin High School Anstey is a secondary school in Anstey, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 17:1 and a total enrollment of 815 students, the school provides a co-ed learning environment for students aged 11-16. Led by Headteacher Mrs Laura Sanchez, the school has established a culture of high expectations and has shown marked improvements in teaching quality. Pupils at The Martin High School Anstey make good progress in most subjects, with strong provision for spiritual, moral, social, and cultural development. The school also prioritizes the safety of its students with effective arrangements in place. While there are areas for improvement, such as addressing weaker teaching and meeting the additional needs of students with SEND, the school overall demonstrates good effectiveness and positive outcomes for pupils.
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  • Rothley Church of England Primary School

    Rothley Church of England Primary School is a co-ed school in Rothley, East Midlands. Founded in 2013, it offers primary education for children aged 4-11. With a student teacher ratio of 22:1 and a dedicated staff, the school provides a nurturing environment for learning. The school's strong academics, evidenced by its high average scores in maths and reading, make it an excellent choice for parents seeking quality education. Additionally, the school's focus on inclusivity is highlighted by its support for students with special educational needs. Overall, Rothley Church of England Primary School is a safe and enriching place for children to thrive.
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  • Highcliffe Primary School and Community Centre

    Highcliffe Primary School and Community Centre is a welcoming and inclusive primary school located in Birstall, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 22:1, our dedicated staff provide high-quality education and support for students aged 4-11. Our good Ofsted rating reflects our commitment to leadership, teaching, and personal development. With strong exam results and a focus on individual welfare, we ensure that every child thrives in a safe and nurturing environment.
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  • The Latimer Primary School

    The Latimer Primary School is a co-ed primary school in Anstey, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 22:1 and a strong emphasis on providing a wide range of experiences, the school aims to nurture students to achieve consistently close to or above national expectations in reading, writing, and mathematics. The school has a clear ethos of care and ambition for excellence, effective leadership, and fit-for-purpose safeguarding arrangements. While some teachers may have variable fluency of subject knowledge, the overall effectiveness of the school is rated as good by Ofsted. With a diverse student body, supportive behavior policy based on the 'Simple Truths', and an average score of 107 in maths and 106 in reading in the KS2 exams, The Latimer Primary School is dedicated to providing a well-rounded education for its students.
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  • The Cedars Academy

    The Cedars Academy is a secondary school located in Birstall, East Midlands. With a strong emphasis on pastoral care and student well-being, the school provides effective support for students with special educational needs. The academy offers a challenging and well-designed curriculum, resulting in rapid progress in all year groups. Parents can expect positive relationships between teachers and pupils, along with highly effective leaders and governors. However, there are areas that need improvement, such as addressing weaker teaching and providing better support for the most able pupils.
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  • Riverside Community Primary School Birstall

    Riverside Community Primary School Birstall is a co-ed primary school located in Birstall, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 21:1 and a dedicated team of teachers and assistants, the school offers a nurturing learning environment. The school focuses on providing a high-quality education, as evidenced by its good Ofsted report and impressive exam results. Additionally, the school prioritizes the personal development, behavior, and welfare of its students, ensuring a well-rounded education.
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  • Christ Church & Saint Peter's Cofe Primary School

    Christ Church & Saint Peter's Cofe Primary School is a co-ed Church of England primary school in Mountsorrel, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 23:1, the school provides excellent instruction and support for students' social, emotional, and spiritual growth. The school offers a balanced curriculum that promotes academic rigour, play, sensitivity, and prayer. With good overall effectiveness and outcomes for pupils, it is a safe and caring environment where children can reach their maximum potential.
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  • Woodhouse Eaves St Paul's Church of England Primary School

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  • Maplewell Hall School

    Maplewell Hall School is a secondary school located in Woodhouse Eaves, East Midlands. With a student teacher ratio of 8:1 and a total of 287 students, the school provides a personalized learning experience. The school offers a wide range of SEN support for students with diverse needs. Maplewell Hall School has been rated Good by Ofsted, with outstanding provision in the sixth-form. The school prioritizes safety and has excellent resources available. Although exam results show room for improvement, the school focuses on developing well-rounded individuals equipped with essential life skills.
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  • Newtown Linford Primary School

    Newtown Linford Primary School is a co-ed school in Newtown Linford, East Midlands. With a strong leadership team and consistent monitoring of teaching and pupil progress, the school values are well understood by pupils. Effective safeguarding measures and a robust attendance monitoring system ensure a safe and inclusive environment. While there is a need for greater consistency in high-quality teaching, the school focuses on instilling essential values and celebrating student achievements. With an average score of 106 in maths and 105 in reading, the school aims for academic excellence and has 19% of students achieving at a higher standard in reading, writing, and maths.
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  • Cossington Church of England Primary School

    Cossington Church of England Primary School is a caring and inclusive school located in Cossington, East Midlands. With a student teacher ratio of 20:1, the school provides a quality education for children aged 4-11. The school has consistently maintained good academic standards and safeguarding measures, ensuring a positive and safe learning environment. The outstanding behaviour and safety of pupils, as well as the good leadership and management, contribute to the school's overall effectiveness. With an average score of 106 in both maths and reading, the school aims to achieve excellence in academics while promoting a positive and inclusive ethos.
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  • The Roundhill Academy

    The Roundhill Academy is a co-ed secondary school located in Thurmaston, East Midlands. With a strong focus on supporting students with special educational needs and a student-to-teacher ratio of 18:1, the school provides individualized attention to each student. The school offers a wide range of academic subjects and encourages personal development through various extracurricular activities. Despite its inadequate overall rating by Ofsted, the school has shown improvement in previous inspections and strives to provide a safe and inclusive learning environment for all students.
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  • Bishop Ellis Catholic Voluntary Academy

    Bishop Ellis Catholic Voluntary Academy is a primary school located in Thurmaston, East Midlands. With a focus on Roman Catholic values, the school provides a caring and inclusive environment for children aged 5-11. Led by Mr Andrew Monaghan, the dedicated staff strive to support each student's individual needs and ensure their all-round development.
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  • Church Hill Infant School

    Church Hill Infant School is a primary school located in Thurmaston, East Midlands. With a welcoming family ethos and highly effective leadership team, the school offers a good quality of education and consistently high attainment in mathematics. The school ensures the safety and well-being of its students and provides opportunities for collaborative learning. Overall, it provides a positive and nurturing environment for children to start their educational journey.
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  • Church Hill Church of England Junior School

    Church Hill Church of England Junior School is a thriving primary school located in Thurmaston, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 23:1, our dedicated and experienced staff ensure that each child receives the attention they need to excel academically. We pride ourselves on our inclusive environment and strong community ties. Our recent Ofsted report rated us as 'Good' in all areas, highlighting our effective leadership, high-quality teaching, and excellent personal development and welfare. Our students consistently achieve above-average scores in maths and reading, with 16% achieving a higher standard in key subjects. With a focus on providing a well-rounded education, we also place importance on diversity and the individual needs of our students, with 15.9% receiving SEN support. Come and join our school family!
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  • St Bartholomew's Church of England Primary School

    St Bartholomew's Church of England Primary School is a vibrant and successful school located in Quorn, East Midlands. With a focus on providing an exceptional education, the school boasts a dedicated and experienced teaching staff. The school offers outstanding early years provision, ensuring children receive the best possible start to their education. Pupils' outcomes are consistently good, and they are well-prepared for the next stage of their academic journey. Parents can have confidence in the safe and nurturing environment provided by the school. Overall, St Bartholomew's Church of England Primary School is committed to fostering a love of learning and helping children thrive.
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