The academic achievements of our Year 2 pupils compared to the national average in standardised tests or the destinations of our leavers give a good indication of how we perform on these dimensions.
However, many intangible dimensions are equally important in our eyes. In accordance with our ethos, we aim to develop the whole child to his/her full potential while sustaining his/her innate joy of learning. But these results of our work are not easy to quantify. How do you, for example, measure a parent’s satisfaction from seeing an originally shy child perform on stage with natural self-confidence? Or a child’s empathy, social skills, creativity, enthusiasm for learning or motivation to achieve excellence in all walks of life?