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Clover Way, Gadebridge Road

Hemel Hempstead, HP1 3EA

Equality

High Standards

Year 6 pupils attained considerably higher in reading and writing, compared nationally.

Ofsted

2016-03-14T15:19:08+00:00

Ofsted

Year 6 pupils attained considerably higher in reading and writing, compared nationally.

I enjoy maths

I like the way we are taught in mathematics

Alex

Year 4

2016-03-14T15:19:18+00:00

Alex

Year 4

I like the way we are taught in mathematics

School Leadership

The leadership team has created an enriching learning environment

Ofsted

2019-01-23T11:35:12+00:00

Ofsted

The leadership team has created an enriching learning environment

Confidence

Pupils love learning and have the confidence to try new things

Ofsted

2019-01-23T11:38:57+00:00

Ofsted

Pupils love learning and have the confidence to try new things

Quality teaching

The quality of teaching is good.

Westminster Diocese

2019-01-27T09:37:04+00:00

Westminster Diocese

The quality of teaching is good.

Equality

A brief description of our school and its community setting

St. Cuthbert Mayne is a two-form entry Catholic junior school within the trusteeship of the Diocese of Westminster. As such, it has voluntary-aided status and gives priority within its admission arrangements to children of the Catholic faith.

The catchment area is particularly wide. This results in a very diverse pattern of social and economic background. The school deprivation indicator is low.
Attendance is good, with little unauthorised absence. The school monitors attendance and has a number of procedures to follow up absences in order to achieve excellent attendance levels.

Most children transfer directly from St. Rose’s Infant School and most Year 6 move on to John F.Kennedy Secondary School.

Children’s attainment on entry is above regional and national averages in the core subjects. Children with special educational needs and disability, including those with Education and Health Care Plans, are identified on the SEN provision list. The majority of pupils are White/British. A small minority of children are registered for FSM, although many who are thought to be eligible do not apply.  A number of children have a first language other than English. Details are recorded on the annual census.

A significant amount of extended provision is provided for pupils in after-school or extra-curricular clubs.

Currently these are: Breakfast Club, multi-sports, gymnastics, Mile A Day, football, netball, athletics, music, orchestra.

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