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Central Learning Partnership Trust – Best Performing Multi Academy Trust in the Country
The DfE recently published performance data for Multi Academy Trusts, in which it graded the aggregated scores of all academies in each phase. The KS2 data showed Central Learning Partnership Trust to be one of only six MATs nationally, to have progress scores in all three categories: Reading, Writing and Maths, judged as ‘significantly above average’.
Additionally, using the new school accountability progress measures introduced this year, CLPT was the top performing KS2 MAT nationally, in both reading and maths and second nationally in writing.
Unfortunately, one has to have a minimum of three schools in a key stage to be included in the published data. As we only have two secondary partners at present, we were not featured. Had we been so, our average KS2 Progress 8 score of +0.47, would have seen CLPT ranked second nationally at secondary level.
The above is testimony to the hard work and unrelenting effort everyone in our Trust, adults and young people alike, have made over the years and an accolade of which all involved should be hugely proud.
Woden Hits Top 100 Schools Nationally
Woden Primary School is in the top 100 schools in the country for progress made by pupils.
Woden received a letter from Minister of State for Schools, Nick Gibb MP, congratulating staff and pupils on this fantastic achievement and celebrating the progress children have made from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2.
Last April the school was judged to be an ‘Outstanding’ school by Ofsted in all areas.
You can view the Express and Star article as well as the letter from Nick Gibb below.