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The SLE at Saltaire Primary School leads on maths training in number and place value.

2013 Ofsted – Good

  • Under the determined and clear-sighted leadership of the headteacher, strongly supported by an increasingly effective team of senior staff and the conscientious governing body, the school has made good improvement since the last inspection in raising the quality of teaching and accelerating pupils’ progress.
  • Pupils’ progress is now good
  • Teaching is good overall and some is outstanding. Creative lessons which often involve pupils in doing things for themselves make learning interesting.
  • Pupils are friendly, polite and well mannered. They are very keen to learn and their behaviour in and out of lessons is good.

Larger than average - Saltaire primary school.

Average - The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for the pupil premium

Average - The proportion of disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs supported through school action

Below average - The proportion supported through school action plus or who have a statement of special educational needs

The majority of these pupils - experience moderate learning or behaviour, emotional and social difficulties.

Above average - Approximately one third of pupils are from a range of minority ethnic backgrounds- Pupils of Pakistani heritage form the largest group.

Average - A little over one in 10 pupils speak English as an additional language

A very small number of pupils spend part of the week at another school which has specialist provision.