Outcomes for Children
Progress and Attainment at Stonehouse Park Infant School
We are very proud of the achievements of all of our children. We are proud of their learning achievements but we also place a very high value on the wider achievements of our children, the life-long skills and personal qualities they will need to live successful lives.
Our staff team are highly skilled and able to support the learning needs of every child, irrespective of their starting points, their family lives, their abilities or their additional needs. As a result, all of our children make at least good progress and many children make outstanding progress. The most important factor determining progress and achievement in learning is the way that home and school work together. The children who are well supported at home always make more progress and achieve higher standards than those who are not well supported. (please refer to our parents section for information on how to support learning at home or alternatively talk to your child’s teacher)
Children who enter school with development in line with their chronological age achieve standards that exceed the expected levels at the end of Y2.
The majority of children who enter school with development below their chronological age catch up and achieve standards in line with the expected levels for the end of Y2.
National Assessment Data