Chesterton CE Primary School
Chesterton CE Primary School
Chesterton CE Primary School

Ofsted & School Performance

Key documents
SIAMS Policies S.E.N.D.
Premium Spending Ofsted & School Performance Equality & Opportunity
Attendance Safeguarding Vacancies

OFSTED: March 2017
Short inspection of Chesterton Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School
"Dear Mr Horner,
Following my visit to the school on 7 March 2017, I write on behalf of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills to report the inspection findings. The visit was the first short inspection carried out since the school was judged to be good in February 2013.
This school continues to be good.
Since your arrival in September 2015 your enthusiasm and determination has galvanised both pupils and parents. They share your ambition and passion for the future. You have been extremely well supported by able senior leaders, knowledgeable governors and eager staff who are keen to improve the school further. You have put in place effective professional development for staff. As a result, teaching skills are continually improving. Leaders’ regular checks demonstrate that this training has had a positive impact on pupils’ progress."
Click here for the full report plus Head/ Governor Letter to Parents

School Development Priorities 2019-20

Target 1: To develop our Creative Curriculum, ensuring that the development of knowledge and skills across the non-core subjects is at the heart of our planning and teaching.
Target 2: To maintain improvements in pupil achievement at Key Stage One and Two, with particular reference to challenging higher attainers in Key Stage One and on achievement in Years 3 and 4.
Target 3: To build on high levels of attainment in Phonics to increase attainment in spelling across the school, particularly in Key Stage 2.
Target 4: To increase the impact of physical activity, P.E. and school sport by developing awareness of the wider benefits.
Target 5: To continue to develop our ‘Growth Mindset’ approach for pupils, staff and parents across the school and build on our strategies to increase pupils’ resilience.

Performance Tables

2019 KS2 SATs (Year 6) Results
  Reading Maths Writing (TA) SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar)
Form of Assessment Test Test Teacher Assessment Test
Average Scaled Score 105.9 107.7 N/A 108.1
Average Progress Score 2.5 1.0 3.7 N/A
% of pupils reaching expected standard 78% 94% 78% 84%
% of pupils reaching a higher standard 42% 32% 21% 53%

Please click here for further information on the DfE school performance tables website

Chesterton CE Primary School
Alchester Road, Chesterton, Bicester
Oxon OX26 1UN
Tel: 01869 252498