Achievement and AttainmentHow we perform as a school
How we are judged by Ofsted
Prior to becoming Tinsley Meadows Primary School (and then Tinsley Meadows Primary Academy), we existed as two separate schools: Tinsley Junior School and Tinsley Nursery Infant School.
In March 2013, Tinsley Junior School was judged as ‘Good’ by Ofsted.
In March 2014, Tinsley Nursery Infant School was judged as ‘Good’ by Ofsted.
We are incredibly proud of this result and we are now striving to become an ‘Outstanding’ School.
Please click on the links below to access our most recent Ofsted reports:
How we perform as a school
All our staff strive for excellence and work to ensure every child is supported to reach their full potential. Our results are good and our children make excellent progress throughout their journey of education.
Below is a summary of our most recent performance data:
We go over and above to ensure that we not only meet performance standards but exceed them, giving our children the best possible foundation for their secondary education. The percentage of pupils achieving level 5 and level 6 is exceptional and way above the national average in most subjects.
If you compare our performance against National and Local Authority results it is evident that the school is performing above, and in some instances significantly above the expected levels for achievement.
How our performance compares to other schools
Please click here to view the latest performance tables to see how Tinsley Meadows compares with other schools locally and nationally:
Pupil Premium Awards
In December Tinsley Meadows received a letter from MP David Laws notifying us that we had won £1,000 for our efforts in closing the gap between premium and non premium children. Please see attachment below
More recently, we also received notification that we had won a place in the finals for the National Pupil Premium Awards 2015! We are delighted to confirm that following our attendance at a ceremony in London on 25th March 2015, we are the proud winners of a further £5,000 as ‘Regional Runner Up’.
This money will go a long way to helping us to close the gap even further and ensure high outcomes for our disadvantaged pupils.