Results and Ofsted
Hatcham Temple Grove Free School was last inspected by Ofsted in 2015 and we are proud to have been graded as an 'Outstanding' school.
Please click below to read our latest Ofsted Report
Here are some of the highlights of the report:
The curriculum is outstanding. Very effective planning has developed rich programmes of work with a focus on core skills enhanced by engaging activities. As a result, pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding.
Pupils’ behaviour is impeccable. In lessons pupils are engrossed in their learning activities. They are extremely sensible when moving around the site where the school is currently based. The school is a very safe environment.
Much of the teaching is typically outstanding and never less than consistently good. Pupils enjoy their learning because teachers plan activities which are imaginative and challenging. Learning support assistants provide excellent support.
The way that schools are required to report their results changed in 2016.
There have also been changes to the National Curriculum and to the exams, tests and assessments that children are required to sit.
Due to all those changes the measures reported below are not comparable with those published before 2016. The Department for Education has published some information to explain these new measures which is available from the school performance tables website.
This is available by clicking the link below.
|Measure||HTGFS Result 2018|
|Early years and Key Stage 1 (KS1)|
|% of children achieving a good level of development at the end of reception year||95%|
|% of children achieving the expected standard in phonics in Year 1||98%|
|% of children achieving the expected standard in reading at KS1||85%|
|% of children achieving the expected standard in writing at KS1||83%|
|% of children achieving the expected standard in maths at KS1||88%|