School Information Categories
This section features information about our school performance (some have links available):
Latest School Performance Document for 2016 – 2017 cohorts Pupil Premium for 2017 and 2018
Sports Premium for 2017 and 2018
School Improvement Plan 2017 – 2018
Challenge Partner Report – March 2018
Cluster Collaborative Review Report – June 2018
Cluster Collaborative Review Report – June 2017
Cluster Collaborative Review Report – April 2016
Camden School Review – Feb 2013
Ofsted Report – June 2009
These links to the Pupil Premium include an impact statement which refers to expenditure from 2014-2015 and attainment for the 2015 cohorts. Our Pupil Premium Plan for 16/17 is also below.
This page contains useful information / links about the school. For further, detailed information about our children’s outstanding achievements please visit the
Department for Education’s website.
Parent View is the Ofsted website for parents and carers to give their views about the school.
2018 Data Headlines – see below
Collaborative Enquiry Report June 2018
24 July 2018
PE Statement 2018 - 19
23 May 2018
Pupil Premium Statement 2018 - 19
23 May 2018
Pupil Premium Statement & Impact 2017 / 2018
22 May 2018
Challenge Partner Review Report (March 2018)
23 March 2018
We had our Challenge Partner Quality Assurance Review in March. This was led by an Ofsted Inspector and three senior leaders from other UK Primary Schools alongside our own Senior Leadership Team.
The team undertook joint lesson observations, learning walks, interviews with key staff teams and the children including School Council and Friendship Squad as well as looked at children’s books and their recorded learning.
I am delighted with the final report which reflects our strengths and the areas of development will further support the work we do. The process was really useful for us as a school and I feel we are in a stronger position because of it.
Camden Learning Standards Letter
8 February 2018
Data Results 2017 Cohort
14 January 2018
This is a summary sheet of our 2017 cohort data. This includes:
Early Years Foundation Stage % of a Good Level of Development
This means the % of children in Reception who have achieved ‘expected’ in all areas of the EYFS Curriculum apart from The World and Expressive Arts & Design.
% working at the standard required
Key Stage 1
% of children working at expected standard
% of children working at greater depth
Key Stage 2
% of children reaching the expected standard
% of children reaching a higher standard
average scale scores View PDF
School Improvement Plan 2017-2018
11 September 2017
This is the School Improvement Plan for 2017-2018 and forms the basis for our work in school this year.
Our priorities are:
1. Develop the teaching and learning of Maths so that there is increase in the % of children across all Key Stages reaching age related expectations
2. Continue to raise mental health awareness and to promote emotional wellbeing of children, parents and staff
3. Develop the curriculum across the school
4. Continue to raise attainment through a consistent and thorough approach to marking, feedback and assessment leading to improvements in teaching and learning:
· Increase overall GLD in EYFS
· Increase in Phonics attainment
· Increase overall attainment in Reading and Writing at the end of KS1
5. Improve overall Attendance in the school
Primrose Hill Collaborative Review Report 2017
31 July 2017
2016 Data Dashboard
12 May 2017
This is a summary of our 2016 Data which OFSTED use to measure school performance as well as their focus during any inspection.
The data dashboard is discussed by the Governing Body following its publication and used by the Local Authority when they conduct monitoring visits with Robin and the Senior Leadership Team.
(Archive) School Improvement Plan 2016-2017
19 September 2016
Primrose Hill Collaborative Review Report 2016
9 June 2016
In April 2015, we undertook a ‘collaborative review’ of aspects of our School Improvement Work and areas identified in previous monitoring of teaching and learning. This was led by Robin, the Assistant Head Teachers, Marion Hunter (Camden Professional Partner) and John Hayes (Head Teacher of Gospel Oak Primary School). This is part of our work in the school cluster involving Gospel Oak, Fleet, Rhyl and Carlton.
Whistle Blowing Policy
9 June 2016
British Values Statement 2018
7 January 2016
National Leader of Education Information
1 October 2015
PE & Sports Premium Statement 2015 2016
16 May 2015
Camden Review - 'Outstanding'
22 June 2013
Ofsted Report - 'Outstanding'
6 June 2009
Primrose Hill School ‘provides an outstanding education for its pupils … All groups of pupils achieve exceptionally well’.