Caerleon Schools Report

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    Gail and Jason continue to support our local schools and are active school governors.

    ‘We congratulate and thank all our Caerleon schools, Head Teachers, staff, pupils and Governing Bodies who continue to achieve such high standards.’

    Caerleon Comprehensive School has risen to the Yellow (just below Green) category, according to annual school categorisation ratings, showing a year on year improvement, and continues to show improved results including excellent academic outcomes, particularly in KS3 and KS4.

    Lodge Hill Primary School keeps its Green categorisation for a second year and also maintains continued improvement including excellent pupil outcomes.

    And Charles Williams Church in Wales Primary School, also in the Yellow category, continues to further develop excellent standards and results.

    School categorisation is affected by a variety of factors ranging from performance to management and will often relate to only a part of the school, not the whole school. All schools have strengths as well as areas that require improvement.

    Regardless of their categorisation, schools receive a bespoke support plan and some support, which should improve (or in green cases sustain) their levels of categorisation over time.

    Newport as a whole has seen the highest proportion of primary schools in Wales deemed as ‘highly effective’ and awarded green status.

    Attendance is the highest ever recorded and in 2017 Newport achieved its best ever GCSE results for pupils gaining at least five A*-C grades, including English or Welsh and Mathematics.

     
     

    February 9th, 2018 | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on Caerleon Schools Report |

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