Nanaksar Primary School

Primary

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Springfield Road
Hillingdon
Hayes
UB4 0LT
02085736085
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Pupils
204
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Ages
4 - 11
Gender
Gender
Mixed
Building
Type
Free school - Mainstream
Mr ofsted
4 1 1 2 3 4
NATIONAL AVG. 2.06
Ofsted Report
(19/6/19)
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Nanaksar Free School is a small primary school. It opened in September 2013 with an intake of 114 Reception-aged children in four Reception classes. In September 2014, a further 101 Reception children started. The school will continue to grow to the full primary age range, catering for pupils aged 4–11 years. The school is over-subscribed, as there is a shortage of primary places in the local community. The school is part of a multi-academy trust, which comprises an all-through primary and secondary school, Guru Nanak Sikh Academy, together with Nanaskar Primary. The academy is a teaching school. The board of directors of the trust oversee the work of both schools. The two schools have separate governing bodies. The majority of the trustees are also members of the governing body. Senior leaders from both schools work closely to set the trust’s priorities and to secure improvements across both schools. Classrooms are located on the same campus as Guru Nanak Sikh Academy. They share some of the academy’s facilities, including the gurdwara for assemblies and the hall for lunches. The school has a separate playground and its own unique school uniform. The Year 1 classes are currently taught in temporary accommodation. Most pupils are of Indian heritage. The remaining pupils come from a wide variety of other ethnic groups. Almost all pupils speak English as an additional language. Most pupils speak Punjabi at home, and a small minority speak Arabic, Gujarati, Hindi or Nepalese. Approximately half the children are in the early stages of learning English when they enter Reception. The proportion of disabled pupils and those with special educational needs is well below average. The proportion of pupils who are known to be eligible for the pupil premium, which is additional government funding provided for pupils known to be eligible for free school meals and looked after children, is well below average. Currently, the leadership team consists of an executive principal of the multi-academy trust and an assistant headteacher. Middle leaders consist of year group leaders for early years and Year 1 and subject coordinators. Further staffing appointments, including leadership posts, will be made as the number of pupils increases. The school’s aim is to build a strong school community based on the principles of Sikhism, honesty, hard work and service to others. These principles underpin the trust’s values, which are service to others, humility, achievement, respect and equality.

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