“This is a good school”.
Teaching has improved and is continuously improving. Teachers provide high quality marking and feedback. Pupils are given quality time to respond and act on the advice.
Nick Gibb MP
Minister of State for Schools says:
"Your school's results show that you are amongst
the 100 top performing schools in terms of the
progress your pupils make between Key Stage 1
and the end of Key Stage 2."
SATs results 2015:
· 83% combined for reading, writing and maths at level 4.
· 98% reading at level 4, 58% reading at level 5.
· 83% writing at level 4, 18% writing at level 5, 8% writing at level 6.
· 90% Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar at level 4, 63% SPaG at level 5
· 90% maths at level 4, 57% maths at level 5, 20% maths at level 6.
· 97% of our children last year made the recommended 2 levels progress in KS2 in reading, 66% 3 levels progress.
· 95% of our children last year made the recommended 2 levels progress in KS2 in writing, 42% 3 levels progress.
· 97% of our children last year made the recommended 2 levels progress in KS2 in maths 66% 3 levels progress.
Welcome to our school website.
We are very proud of our school, and our community. We all work together
to provide the best for our children. Please enjoy looking around our website.
We hope, during your visit you find all that you are looking for. Contact us if
you have any suggestions or enquiries.
Your views and opinions are much valued and will help shape the school’s
A Message from the School Council
Welcome to Prince Edward Primary School. We are school
council. We are helpful, kind and friendly. At our school
we have raised lots of money for Children in Need. We
helped raise money for countries like Haiti. We don’t just
think about children in our school, we think about children
around the world. We share our ideas with our class to
tell them what is happening in school. We welcome
anybody new to our school so they feel happy inside. We
try our best to make sure that everyone fits in, everyone
has friends and everyone is safe.
Working with SSELP (Sheffield South East Learning Partnership)