Sawtry Infant School aims to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that meets the needs of all pupils promoting their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. The school is committed to equality; reflecting on and valuing diversity.
Schools have two specific duties to perform in relation to the Equality Act of 2010:
This information is available on our school website and will be updated annually.
As defined by the act, a public authority must have “due regard” to the need to:
The Act states that we do not have to report information that may ‘identify’ individuals. Therefore no staff data is presented here because our staffing numbers are below the threshold of 130.
*national comparisons taken from 2011 RAISEonline data
Sawtry Infant School has a high stability of pupil movement and a low social deprivation indicators.
The data reported on is from 2011 RAISEonline report. This is the latest performance data for which the school is able to benchmark itself against national figures.
There were 53 pupils in the KS1 cohort; of these:
Overall pupil performance was:
(The subjects reported on are reading, writing, maths, science and speaking and listening)
Both boys and girls performed above the national average in all areas. In general girls outperformed boys in all areas except maths.
The pupils with free school meals performed less well than the other pupils in the cohort, with the exception of maths, where they performed better. The pupils with free school meals attained better than the national average in all subjects.
The pupil from a minority ethnic background performed better than the national average and also better than the cohort as a whole.
The pupils with special educational needs performed better that the national average at school action, but underperformed at school action plus and with statements.
As a result of pupil progress analysis we have set the following targets to improve pupil performance of vulnerable groups: