We were most recently inspected in February 2020 and were judged as still a Good school in every area. A full list of Ofsted reports is here.
Schools are not required to publish their exam and assessment results from the 2019/20 and 2020/21 academic years as these have not been published as performance measures by the Secretary of State. We will continue to show our 2018/19 performance measures until new performance measures are published. These are not current.
PROGRESS MEASURES 2018/19
Reading 1.3 (-1.1 to 3.7)
Writing 3.1 (0.9 to 5.3)
Maths 1.5 (-0.6 to 3.6)
AVERAGE SCALED SCORES
average scaled score in reading 103.7
average scaled score in maths 105.0
Reading -1.8 (-4.5 to 0.9)
Writing 3.1 (-1.4 to 3.8)
Maths 1.5 (0.1 to 4.9)
average scaled score in reading 98.0
average scaled score in maths 102.0
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Information about our remote education provision is published here.
Our behaviour statement and policy, including our anti-bullying strategy, are published below.
Pupil premium is funding to improve education outcomes for disadvantaged pupils in schools in England. Evidence shows that disadvantaged children generally face additional challenges in reaching their potential at school and often do not perform as well as other pupils. More information about pupil premium is available here:
For the current academic year, we have published below:
- our pupil premium grant allocation amount
- a summary of the main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at our school
- how we will spend the pupil premium to overcome those barriers and the reasons for that approach
- how we will measure the effect of the pupil premium.
- how we spent our pupil premium grant allocation amount
- the effect of this expenditure on pupils.
COVID-19 catch-up premium
For the 2020/21 academic year the government provided additional funding following the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown. The purpose of the funding is to help children recover some of their lost learning from not being in school.
The PE and sport premium is additional government funding which we have used to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of the PE, physical activity and sport offered through our core budget. The documents below set out the funding we have received, how we have spent it, and the impact it has had.
Sacred Heart is a very diverse, inner-city school. The proportions of our children who are from minority ethnic backgrounds, have English as an additional language, or are known to be eligible for free school meals are all well above average.
The Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful to discriminate against anyone because of age, gender, race, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment and pregnancy or maternity (the protected characteristics). It placed a duty on public bodies to have due regard to the need to:
- Eliminate discrimination and other conduct that is prohibited by the Act,
- Advance equality of opportunity between people who share a protected characteristic and people who do not share it,
- Foster good relations across all characteristics – between people who share a protected characteristic and people who do not share it.
Details of how we comply with the public sector equality duty, and our equality objectives, are in the policy below.
Information about the implementation of our policy for pupils with SEND is published here.
Our complaints policy and our whistleblowing policy are published here.
Charging and remissions policy
Our charging and remissions policy is published here.