Following publication of the 2017 MAT league tables, four L.E.A.D. academies have been placed in the top 10% of primary schools across England for progress made within KS2 writing and/or maths.
St Ann’s Well feature in the top 10% on both accounts, Sycamore Academy are placed for KS2 Writing and Huntingdon Academy appear for progress made in KS2 Maths.
Edna G. Olds Academy rank in the top 3% for KS2 Writing and the top 5% in KS2 Maths.
Headteacher at Edna G. Olds Academy, Melany Pemberton, said; “As a team, we are delighted to have achieved these results for Edna G. Olds Academy. It’s fantastic news for our families and testament to the sheer hard work, dedication and commitment our pupils and staff devote to learning.”
Ross Middleton, Headteacher at Huntingdon Academy commented; “We are delighted with the progress that pupils make at Huntingdon Academy and it reflects the hard work and dedication of the entire staff team starting in the Early Years all the way up to Year 6.”
Emma Thorne, Headteacher at St Ann’s Well Academy added; “The progress of our pupils is down to the commitment of every individual within our school community. We are delighted to be recognised through these national benchmarks and would like to congratulate our other fellow L.E.A.D. schools on their achievements.”
Headteacher at Sycamore Academy, Paul Worley, said; “These results show the excellent teaching and learning that happens here on a daily basis, it reflects the dedicated hard work, effort and commitment to continued improvement by staff and pupils.”
A recent Ofsted inspection has praised Edna G. Olds Academy and
Following their recent Ofsted inspection Windmill L.E.A.D. Academy continues to be
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A recent Ofsted monitoring inspection