Claregate Primary School have received major recognition by being included in the Parliamentary Review.
The Parliamentary Review is an independent Government document, which highlights best practise by different organisations.
Claregate have to deal with disadvantaged children but also children from a highly affluent area. This led to a gap between the two social groups which needed closing. The school adopted an All, Most, Some System. This helped pupils create their own learning pathway. They also set about creating new assessments, a new marking scheme then tying everything together with innovative teaching practises.
The Parliamentary Review talks about this “reinvention” of the school and pupils are “now showing progress and attainment that is significantly better than average.” The paper also praises the progress of disadvantaged pupils and the general high attainment.
It is wonderful the hard work of the Staff, Pupils and Governors of Claregate has received such a major citation. Everyone involved deserves our warmest congratulations. To read the publication click here.