Beormund Primary School

Type Special School
Age Range 5-11
Religion Does not apply
Address Crosby Row
Long Lane
London
SE1 3PS
Phone 02075259027
Reference Number 100879

Description

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Beormund Primary School is a specialized, full-time institution located at SE1 3PS, focused on nurturing children with social, emotional, and mental health needs (SEMH). It caters to a small number of students, typically 8 or fewer per class, and offers a supportive and therapeutic environment. The school addresses complex challenges that many students face, such as difficulty regulating emotions, processing language, and adhering to social norms, often stemming from adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Beormund emphasizes understanding the individual child, rather than merely addressing disruptive behaviors, through efforts that acknowledge and address underlying causes.

This unique setting offers personalized, creative, and inclusive learning experiences, aiming to rekindle students' passions for learning and boost their self-esteem, which are often lost due to their experiences in mainstream settings. The school adheres to the National Curriculum, with the goal of achieving accelerated progress and meeting or exceeding Age Related Expectations (ARE). Bridging the classroom experience and the need for therapeutic support, Beormund provides various resources, including art therapy, dramatherapy, counselling, Emotional Lities Support Assistant (ELSA), and Lego Therapy. Over 97% of students at Beormund have Speech Language and Communication Needs, which are addressed through small group, 1:1, or whole-class sessions.

The school is led by Headteacher Lisa Noel, who has been committed to the school since 2008 and presides over an inspiring team of professionals. This community, characterized as vibrant, intelligent, and resilient, is dedicated to improving the life chances of vulnerable children through compassion and a relentless pursuit of excellence.

General Makeup

Number of pupils 38
Boy/Girl ratio Boys: 76.32%
Girls: 23.68%

Year Groups

Year Number of pupils
1 0
2 2
3 5
4 6
5 15
6 10

Ofsted Rating Good
Last Inspection Date 2023-04-27
Date Description Report
2023-02-22 School inspection School inspection
2017-11-14 Short inspection Short inspection
2013-02-28 Full inspection: Full inspection:
2010-02-01 Full inspection: Full inspection:
2007-01-19 Full inspection: Full inspection:
2001-05-08 Full inspection Full inspection

How many students meet the standards

Reading, Writing & Maths School Score Percentile (local) Percentile (nationwide)
Pupils meeting the expected standard 0% Upgrade Upgrade
Pupils meeting a higher standard 0% 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 96 Upgrade Upgrade
Maths 93 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 -4.7 Upgrade Upgrade
Writing -1.2 Upgrade Upgrade
Maths -8.3 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.

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Attainment 8 score percentile

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

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