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Freebrough Academy

School Guide Rating

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OFSTED REPORT
1
2
3
4
National Average 0.9
View Report 21/03/2013

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PUPILS ACHIEVING 5+ GCSES (A*-C) OR EQUIVALENT
92%
National Average 82%

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AVERAGE POINT SCORE PER PUPIL (KS4) (AGE 16)
Absence
339.6

EXAM PERFORMANCE

GOOD

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PUPILS ACHIEVING ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS EQUIVALENT TO 3 A-LEVELS (A*-E)
0%
National Average 74%

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SCHOOL GUIDE VALUE ADDED SCORE
-7.5
National Average 986.8
Person Pupils 755
Candle Ages 11 - 16
Male-female Gender Mixed
School_type Type Academy Sponsor Led
Cross Religion Does not apply

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PUPIL/TEACHER RATIO
16.2:1
National Average: 19.3:1

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PERSISTENT ABSENCE
Absence
7%
National Average: 4%

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PUPILS FIRST LANGUAGE NOT ENGLISH
School_language
Small Data Set
National Average: 18%

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PUPILS ON FREE SCHOOL MEALS
Meals
30%
National Average: 19%

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Linden Road
Brotton
Saltburn
TS12 2SJ
01287 676305
Freebrough is smaller than the average-sized academy. It opened in September 2010 and is sponsored by Teesside University, Prior Pursglove College, and Redcar and Cleveland Council. Virtually all students are of White British heritage. The number who are eligible for the pupil premium is nearly double that found in other schools nationally. (This is funding available for students known to be eligible for free school meals, students in local authority care and those whose parents are in the armed forces.) Over a quarter of students have been identified as requiring extra help at school action because of their special educational needs or disability. This is above that found nationally. The proportion of such students receiving extra help at school action plus or who have a statement of special educational needs is also above average. From September 2012 the academy has offered sixth-form provision for its first group of Year 12 students. A purpose-built Enterprise Centre opened in December 2012. A small group of students attend local authority accredited E2E alternative education activities. There has been a significant change of staff since the academy opened. The academy received a monitoring visit in connection with the academies initiative from two of Her Majesty’s Inspectors in February 2012 and was judged to be making satisfactory progress. In 2012 the academy met the government’s current floor standards (these are the minimum standards and rate of progress expected of secondary-aged students).