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Steyning Grammar School

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OFSTED REPORT
1
2
3
4
National Average 0.9
View Report 07/02/2013

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PUPILS ACHIEVING 5+ GCSES (A*-C) OR EQUIVALENT
91%
National Average 82%

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AVERAGE POINT SCORE PER PUPIL (KS4) (AGE 16)
Absence
358.4

EXAM PERFORMANCE

GOOD

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PUPILS ACHIEVING ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS EQUIVALENT TO 3 A-LEVELS (A*-E)
88%
National Average 74%

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SCHOOL GUIDE VALUE ADDED SCORE
+5.0
National Average 986.8
Person Pupils 1983
Candle Ages 11 - 18
Male-female Gender Mixed
School_type Type Voluntary Controlled School
Cross Religion Church of England

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

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PERSISTENT ABSENCE
Absence
5%
National Average: 4%

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PUPILS FIRST LANGUAGE NOT ENGLISH
School_language
3%
National Average: 18%

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PUPILS ON FREE SCHOOL MEALS
Meals
6%
National Average: 19%

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Shooting Field
Steyning
BN44 3RX
01903 814555
This is a much larger than average-size secondary school with 475 students in the sixth form. The school is on two sites, one for students in Years 7 and 8, the other for older students. The majority of students join the school in Year 7, with a second group joining in Year 9 from a local middle school. There is boarding provision for 113 students. This provision was previously inspected by Ofsted in October 2012 when it was judged to be outstanding, with no areas for improvement. Most students are of White British heritage. A little under 9% of students are known to be eligible for the pupil premium support (additional money allocated to schools by the government). This proportion is well below the national average. Just under 8% of students who are disabled or have special educational needs are supported through school action, and a little over 7% are supported at school action plus or have a statement of special educational needs. These proportions are below the national average. A specialist facility for 10 students with specific learning difficulties is integrated into the curriculum. A very few students attend courses at local colleges of further education. Since the previous inspection, a new headteacher has been appointed to the school. The school meets the government’s floor standards, which set the minimum expectations for students’ attainment and progress.