Front Lawn had its last full inspection in April 2023. The school was previously good and had received an outcome 2 letter from a Section 8 short inspection in November 2018, meaning that should the school be inspected fully it could be rated 'outstanding.'
At the next full inspection, the school was graded Outstanding. The most recent report can be found here.
The schools' results which, from a very low baseline, are now consistently above National levels at all phases in the school combined with the excellent bespoke curriculum and strong behaviour make the school a beacon of excellence.
Here are some quotes from our most recent inspection report...
'Leaders and staff are highly ambitious for pupils. They work tirelessly so that pupils do as well as possible, are safe and really enjoy their time at Front Lawn Primary Academy. Pupils are clearly proud to belong to this thriving school. Their parents and carers agree.'
'Leaders have made curriculum development a priority. They have considered what pupils should learn and remember very carefully and precisely. The curriculum is designed so that all pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), get the same learning opportunities.'
'Leaders have successfully created a culture where excellent behaviour and high attendance are part of daily life. Routines are very well established, and the school day runs like clockwork. Using warmth, understanding and positivity, staff show pupils what great behaviour looks like. Pupils respond very well.'
'Leaders have developed an exemplary personal development curriculum. Leaders place a high priority on pupils’ well-being. They provide many opportunities for pupils to eat well and have fun while taking physical exercise during the school day. There is an extremely strong culture of safeguarding in the school. Leaders ensure that staff are well trained and confident to report any concerns that they may have about a child. The skilled and dedicated pastoral team knows pupils very well.'
Please find below our last full Ofsted report in full and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables.
Early Years and Key Stage 1 Results
Schools are not required to publish their results for the end of Reception or Year 2 but we feel as parents or prospective parents and carers, you should know how the children perform at every point.
We are pleased that our results at the end of Reception and Year 2 have been better than National results and improving consistently over the last 3 years.
KS1 ARE Reading
KS1 ARE Writing
KS1 ARE maths
Year 1 phonics
Year 2 cumulative phonics
GLD - EYFS
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Combined Rea, Wri, Ma at Expected
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% Writing at Expected
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