Peaslake school and nursery have always performed incredibly well when inspected by Ofsted and we pride ourselves on the number of excellent references we receive both in the school and nursery.
“ By the time they leave Peaslake, the pupils’ reading, writing and mathematics skills are generally above or well above the national average”
Peaslake school was inspected in May 2019, click here to read the latest reports and search for Peaslake School or alternatively see the attachment below.
We keep parents informed about the way children are being taught and how well each child is progressing through termly meetings and an annual written report for each child. Children’s progress is regularly assessed by their teachers and a Foundation Stage Profile is completed for each child at the end of the Foundation Stage. Thereafter, as nationally, an average pupil is expected to progress at the end of Key Stage 1 to level 2.The most able children to level 2a or to level 3. All pupils are entered for the National Curriculum Standard Assessment Tests and Tasks in English and Mathematics and the results, with assessments in Science, are reported to parents. Throughout their infant education a profile is kept of each child’s progress as well as a portfolio of their work.