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Earls Barton Primary School

Earls Barton Primary School
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Effectiveness of leadership and management Good
Early years provision Good
Overall effectiveness at previous inspection Good
Quality of teaching, learning and assessment Good
Personal development, behaviour and welfare Good
Outcomes for pupils Good
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Earls Barton Primary School is a Primary, Co-Ed school located in Northamptonshire, East Midlands.

It has 468 students from age 4-11 yr with a student-teacher ratio of 19 : 1.

This school rated Good by recent Ofsted inspection.

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In fact, I was thrilled to attend my first Bartonian awards ceremony, which was held right before the break for the middle schoolers.
I was happy to meet with Mr. Burkitt, the head teacher of Wollaston School, as we continue to share best practises in the teaching of writing between staff members at Earls Barton Primary School and Cogenhoe Primary School.
We recently held our annual school council elections since I wrote my last piece.
The Ministry of Chocolate visited our school, and their visits to the third and fourth grades were beneficial.
Recently, eight Key Stage 2 students competed in a badminton tournament and did an excellent job.
We are now organising ways to commemorate and publicise this year's "Children in Need" event.
I know we will have a tonne of fun and raise a tonne of money for this great charity because all of our kids (and staff!) will be invited to wear something spotty for Pudsey.
The work the students have been doing for our "Black History Month" has truly impressed me, and there is an amazing display of some of it in our Key Stage 2 building.
Children have had the chance to learn more about amazing figures including Mary Seacole, Walter Tull, and Jessie Owens.
We are anticipating the arrival of Rebecca Halworth, an ITV reporter who will be covering our Northampton Saints-led wheelchair rugby practises.
Regarding rugby, it was wonderful to see some of our kids get a personalised Saints jersey on the field at Franklin Gardens.
Reece Marshall, a Saints player, was warmly welcomed by the students at EBPS.
The kids' inquiries were insightful and gave them a better understanding of what it's like to be a professional athlete.
The team keeps up the good work of raising more money for our kids.
The PTA has successfully raised a sizeable sum of money, part of which will be used to improve the school's IT.
I hope you can make it to the PTA's Christmas Fayre on Saturday, November 23, between 12:00 and 4:00 in the Working Men's Club.
Please get in touch with the school office if you're interested in joining this welcoming group.
Recently, some Year 5 and Year 6 students competed in an athletic competition at Manor Sports College in Raunds.
The Year 4 Thistle class celebrated their learning from all areas of the curriculum in a beautiful assembly for the kids and parents.
We are currently organising how we will observe and honour Armistice Day.
As the rest of the school observes a moment of quiet in the classroom, our Year 2 students will visit the village's war memorial.
I had a great time with Steve Watkins from the publication "Barton Today."
We discussed the intriguing "100 words" writing contest that was held to honour the magazine's 100th issue.
I am incredibly appreciative to the Co-Op Local Community Fund for their assistance in raising an incredible 3259 for our kids.
A large portion of money will be used to replenish the kids' libraries with new books.
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Phase of Education Primary Primary Primary
Type Local Authority Maintained Schools Local Authority Maintained Schools Local Authority Maintained Schools
Snobe grade
C+
C+
C
Ofset report Good Good Good
Age range 4-11 4-11 4-11
Gender Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed
Student teacher ratio 19.2 17 28.3
Proficient Math - - -
Proficient Read - - -
Grade 5 or above GCSE - - -
Grade 5 or above A Level - - -
Day Fees - - -
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Primary Exam Result

View the average scaled scores of pupils in the key stage 2 reading and math tests. Scores of 100 or more indicate the expected standard, while 110 or more indicate a higher standard.

Average scaled score School LA England
Maths 104 99 97
Reading 105 101 98

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Reading, writing and maths School LA England
Pupils meeting the expected standard 59% 57.52% 55.78%
Pupils achieving at a higher standard 4% 5.87% 7.36%

Explore how much progress pupils have made in reading, writing, and math from key stage 1 to key stage 2.

Subject Progress score Description
Reading 2.2 Above Average
Writing 0.0 Average
Maths 1.1 Above Average

Exam Result Not Published

Due to the pandemic 2020, 2021 and 2022 Primary school exam
results were not published at school level.

Exam Result Not Published

Due to the pandemic 2020, 2021 and 2022 Primary school exam
results were not published at school level.

Exam Result Not Published

Due to the pandemic 2020, 2021 and 2022 Primary school exam
results were not published at school level.

View the average scaled scores of pupils in the key stage 2 reading and math tests. Scores of 100 or more indicate the expected standard, while 110 or more indicate a higher standard.

Average scaled score School LA England
Maths 105 2 95 96
Reading 106 1 95 95

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Reading, writing and maths School LA England
Pupils meeting the expected standard 68% 2 56.76% 60.34%
Pupils achieving at a higher standard 9% 4 7.51% 9.66%

Explore how much progress pupils have made in reading, writing, and math from key stage 1 to key stage 2.

Subject Progress score Description
Reading 0.1 Average
Writing -2.0 Below Average
Maths -1.7 Below Average

View the average scaled scores of pupils in the key stage 2 reading and math tests. Scores of 100 or more indicate the expected standard, while 110 or more indicate a higher standard.

Average scaled score School LA England
Maths 103 91 94
Reading 107 93 95

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Reading, writing and maths School LA England
Pupils meeting the expected standard 70% 55.23% 59.43%
Pupils achieving at a higher standard 5% 7.56% 9.11%

Explore how much progress pupils have made in reading, writing, and math from key stage 1 to key stage 2.

Subject Progress score Description
Reading -1.5 Below Average
Writing -2.8 Below Average
Maths -4.2 Below Average

View the average scaled scores of pupils in the key stage 2 reading and math tests. Scores of 100 or more indicate the expected standard, while 110 or more indicate a higher standard.

Average scaled score School LA England
Maths - 91 93
Reading - 91 93

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Reading, writing and maths School LA England
Pupils meeting the expected standard - 49.97% 56.24%
Pupils achieving at a higher standard - 6.63% 8.14%

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Subject Progress score Description
Reading -
Writing -
Maths -
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Holidays 2023/24

Holidays Date
Autumn Half Term Holidays 23rd Oct 2023 - 27th Oct 2023
Winter Holidays 21st Dec 2023 - 3rd Jan 2024
Spring Half Term Holidays 19th Feb 2024 - 23rd Feb 2024
Spring Holidays 29th Mar 2024 - 12th Apr 2024
Summer Half Term Holidays 27th May 2024 - 31st May 2024
Summer Holidays 24th Jul 2024 - 30th Aug 2024

Terms Dates 2023/24

Terms Dates
Autumn Term 4th Sep 2023 - 22nd Oct 2023
Autumn Term-2 28th Oct 2023 - 20th Dec 2023
Spring Term 4th Jan 2024 - 18th Feb 2024
Spring Term-2 24th Feb 2024 - 28th Mar 2024
Summer Term 13th Apr 2024 - 26th May 2024
Summer Term-2 1st Jun 2024 - 23rd Jul 2024
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19 : 1
Student teacher ratio at Earls Barton Primary School
Local authority ratio 20 : 1

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