School Evaluation and Performance
OFSTED 2nd-3rd November 2021
"This school community is warm, vibrant and welcoming. Underpinned by its faith ethos, staff promote values such as being kind and respectful to all people. There are strong relationships between pupils and with adults alike. Pupils feel safe and secure. They enjoy coming to school, learning and taking part in enrichment activities. As one pupil put it, we laugh with each other and not at each other."
LETTER IN RESPONSE TO OFSTED 2021
SIAMS Report 2nd February 2017
Religious education contributes well to the distinctive Christian character of the school and children are able to understand the relationship between Christian values and their own lives. An example of this came from a child, reflecting on the life of Jesus and the schools emphasis on the ‘4 Rs’ of resilience, reflection, reciprocity and resourcefulness, commented that ‘Jesus was like these and we want to be an amazing person like Jesus’.
Collective worship is a key focal point for the school community. It is valued by all and appreciated as a time to be ‘calm, relaxed and close to God’, as one child described it. This time and space is clearly appreciated by all members of the school community, including staff and parents who particularly value the regular church visits.
Parents speak highly of the school as a church school, particularly the ‘openness and approachability of the headteacher and staff’ and how efficient the school is at dealing with problems when they arise. SIAMS INSPECTION REPORT
OFSTED 1-2 December 2011
The staff work hard to ensure that pupils are well cared for and that all pupils are well supported. This is reflected in pupils' enthusiastic attitudes to learning, positive relationships and their well-being. Read full report
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Key Performance Data
2021 KS1 and KS2 attainment and progress can be found here.
2019-2021 three year attainment trend can be found here.
Performance Tables can be found on the DfE website or click here.
Details of St Paul’s academic achievements can be found by clicking here.
Performance Tables for Camden Schools please visit the DfE website.
Pupil Premium Statement
For more information on how we spend our Pupil Premium and the achievement of our pupils please click on the links below:
Pupil Premium Spending Report 2022/23
Coronavirus Catch-up Premium
For more information on how we are using coronavirus catch up premium click here.
School Sports Grant
Sports Grant Spending Report 2021/22
Nil employees have a gross annual salary of £100 000 or more.
For St Paul's financial bench marking information click here.
Teacher workload is a much considered and long debated topic. The challenges of the job are ever increasing and complex and the number of different hats a teacher wears in a day are numerous and sometimes unexpected.