Portway Junior School

'Creating life-long learners'

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Ofsted and Performance Data


"The ‘Portway 5’ is a call to all pupils to be responsible, respectful, caring, friendly and active. They are all of these things. They have warm relationships with each other and with staff. They behave well in lessons and around school. As a result, the school has a friendly atmosphere, and pupils feel safe. Pupils and staff take great care in helping new pupils to settle. Pupils are encouraged to do their best. Pupils rise to the challenge. They take pride in their work, especially the writing they produce in their ‘publishing’ books. Pupils enjoy choosing their best work to show parents at the ‘proud moments’ afternoons. Chess, debating, gardening and basketball are among the wide range of clubs that pupils enjoy. They also value the many opportunities the school provides to enhance their learning, like forest school or visits to historical sites. Parents value how approachable, supportive and caring staff are. One parent, typical of many, commented that this is ‘a fabulous, warm and welcoming school, where my child thrives’."

Ofsted 2017


Please find our most recent Ofsted report here



The government will not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year.  They have archived data from the 2018 to 2019 academic year because they recognise that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.

Please click here for any further information on school and FE accountability expectations.

KS2 Accountability Summary 2019 - These Performance Measures Are Not Current

KS2 Accountability Summary 2018

KS2 Accountability Summary 2017

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