Hanover Primary School

Type Primary
Age Range 3-11
Religion Does not apply
Address Noel Road
Islington
London
N1 8BD
Phone 02076898949
Reference Number 100407

Description

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Hanover Primary School, located at N1 8BD in London, is a thriving community school that provides quality education for pupils aged 3 to 11. It is a two-form entry school that aims to support every child's academic and personal growth through creative and dynamic learning experiences. Key facts about Hanover Primary School include:

  • The school was founded in 1873 as the Hanover C.E. School and later redesignated as Hanover Primary School.
  • It is part of the ambitious and forward-thinking London Borough of Islington local authority providing primary education across the borough.
  • Hanover Primary School is set in a traditional Victorian building offering a warm, home-from-home atmosphere.
  • There is a vibrant and diverse pupil population, with attainment in Art and Design, Information Technology, and Mathematics well above National average for Key Stage 2 (Year 6) examinations.
  • The school has a strong focus on pastoral care and nurturing the potential of all pupils, fostering a harmonious learning environment.
  • Hanover Primary School regularly celebrates the achievements of its pupils and their families through blog posts and social media.
  • The school actively engages with parents and the local community, encouraging active participation in school events and the decision-making processes.
  • Hanover Primary School prides itself on its robust approach to child protection and has a designated Safeguarding and Child Protection policy to keep all children safe.
  • Recent developments include the refurbishment and expansion of outdoor learning spaces for pupils.

These acknowledgments highlight the dedication and hard work of the school's staff and governors in delivering a top-quality education that nurtures, challenges, and inspires all learners.

General Makeup

Number of pupils 302
Boy/Girl ratio Boys: 54.97%
Girls: 45.03%

Year Groups

Year Number of pupils
1 44
2 42
3 36
4 34
5 40
6 36

Ofsted Rating Good
Last Inspection Date 2023-07-07
Date Description Report
2023-03-29 School inspection School inspection
2020-11-12 Monitoring visit Monitoring visit
2018-02-20 Short inspection Short inspection
2013-12-04 Full inspection: Full inspection:
2012-01-09 Interim assessment Interim assessment
2010-01-26 Curriculum and development visit Curriculum and development visit
2008-11-25 Full inspection: Full inspection:
2005-10-03 Full inspection: Full inspection:
2000-02-28 Full inspection Full inspection

How many students meet the standards

Reading, Writing & Maths School Score Percentile (local) Percentile (nationwide)
Pupils meeting the expected standard 60% Upgrade Upgrade
Pupils meeting a higher standard 14% Upgrade Upgrade

Average Scaled Score

Results are converted into scaled scores to allow accurate comparisons of performance over time even if the difficulty of the test varies over time. Scaled scores range from 80 to 120.

Subject School Percentile (local) Percentile (nationwide)
Reading 105 Upgrade Upgrade
Maths 105 Upgrade Upgrade

Progress Scores

A progress score is a way to measure how well a student progressed in comparison to other students of a similar starting ability. A score of zero means would mean that a student made the same progress as others that had a similar starting a ability. A positive score would mean that the student made more progress than other students of similar starting ability. The scores below are for the whole school so is the average progress score across all students.

Metric School Score Percentile (local) Percentile (nationwide)
Reading -1 Upgrade Upgrade
Writing 0 Upgrade Upgrade
Maths -0.4 Upgrade Upgrade

How many students meet the standards

Average Scaled Score

Results are converted into scaled scores to allow accurate comparisons of performance over time even if the difficulty of the test varies over time. Scaled scores range from 80 to 120.

Progress Scores

A progress score is a way to measure how well a student progressed in comparison to other students of a similar starting ability. A score of zero means would mean that a student made the same progress as others that had a similar starting a ability. A positive score would mean that the student made more progress than other students of similar starting ability. The scores below are for the whole school so is the average progress score across all students.

2024 Admissions

Number of Applications Number of Offers
First Preference Upgrade Upgrade
Second Preference 20 8
Third Preference 24 2
From another Local Authority 31 10

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GCSE Attainment

Attainment 8 score percentile

Students getting 5 or more GCSE's at grade 9-4 (A-C)

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