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Woodham Burn Community Primary School

Humphrey Close
DL5 4EX
Tel: 01325300230
Website: http://www.woodhamburnprimary.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils225
School linked toWoodham Burn Infants' School
Woodham Burn Junior School
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Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
Secondary admissions tel: 0191 383 5663/383 4578
Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%76%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%24%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/06/2011

"Woodham Burn is larger than the average primary school. Almost all the pupils are of White British heritage, with none who speaks English as an additional language. The school is part of a national pilot scheme which enables all pupils to have access to a free school meal. Over one third of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities, with a lower than average number of pupils with a statement of special educational needs. The on-site pre-school provision, funded by the town council, and the privately run before-school, after-school and holiday provision are subject to separate inspections and each will receive their own inspection report. The school has gained the International School award and achieved Healthy School status."

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Ropery Walk Primary School

Ropery Walk
SR7 7JZ
Tel: 01915813959
Website: http://www.roperywalk.durham.sch.uk/index.html?_Action=search

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils225
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
Secondary admissions tel: 0191 383 5663/383 4578
Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%78%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%11%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 25/11/2008

"This is an average sized primary school in a coastal town which has some areas of significant deprivation. A well above average proportion of pupils are entitled to free school meals. Most pupils are from White British families and very few have English as an additional language. The number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average. The school makes provision for children in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in its Reception Class and in a mixed Reception and Year 1 class."

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Westlea Primary School

Winslow Crescent
SR7 8JU
Tel: 01915813658
Website: http://www.westleaprimary.co.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils285
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
Secondary admissions tel: 0191 383 5663/383 4578
Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%87%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%7%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 11/10/2010

"This larger-than-average-size primary school serves children from a predominantly White British heritage. The proportion of children known to be eligible for free school meals is almost twice the national average. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is just below average as is the proportion of pupils who have a statement of special educational needs. The school holds a number awards, including Investors in Children and has achieved Healthy School status."

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Edmondsley Primary School

Edmondsley
DH7 6DU
Tel: 01913710443
Website: http://www.edmondsley.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils185
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%86%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%52%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 10/02/2009

"The school is smaller than average and is situated in a village which was a former mining community. The school draws pupils from outside the immediate area as well as the village; overall, the socio-economic background of pupils is average. An above average proportion of pupils are eligible for free school meals. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is broadly average. Most pupils have a White British heritage. A small minority come from other backgrounds and none have English as an additional language. Early Years Foundation Stage provision is part-time in the Nursery and full-time in the Reception class."

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Lumley Junior School

Cocken Lane
DH3 4JJ
Tel: 01913882310
Website: http://www.lumley.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range7-11
Number of pupils140
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%89%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%21%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 20/01/2011

"This primary school is smaller than the average. Almost all pupils are of White British heritage with very few who speak English as an additional language. The school is part of a national pilot scheme which enables all pupils to access a free school meal. One fifth of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities and twice the average proportion has a statement of special educational needs."

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Lumley Infant and Nursery School

Great Lumley
DH3 4JL
Tel: 01913885292
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-7
Number of pupils165
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 16/05/2008

"This is a below average size school situated in a small village. The area it serves is mixed socially and economically. The proportion of pupils eligible for a free school meal is below average. There is a below average proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Most pupils are of White British heritage. There is a Nursery on site which provides part time provision for 49 children. The school has achieved the following awards: Basic Skills Quality Marks 1, 2 and 3; Activemark; Healthy Schools Award and local authority achievement awards."

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West Pelton Primary School

Twizell Lane
DH9 6SQ
Tel: 01913700238
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils55
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%78%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 30/04/2009

"This much smaller than average primary school is situated in a former mining community. All but one of the pupils is from a White British heritage and all speak English as their first language. Just fewer than half the pupils are entitled to free school meals. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is rising and is currently double the national average. A significant proportion of the pupils join or leave the school other than at the usual times. The school hosts the Buttercup private Nursery and a community club. Since the start of the current academic year four out of the five teachers are new appointments including the headteacher."

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Nettlesworth Primary School

Front Street
DH2 3PF
Tel: 01913710444
Website: http://www.nettlesworth.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils80
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%88%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%50%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 04/02/2010

"This smaller than average primary school serves a village with former mining connections where the proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is double the national average. About one fifth of pupils travel to school from surrounding areas. Most pupils are from a White British background. Of those from other cultural backgrounds, very few are at an early stage of learning English as an additional language. The percentage of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is higher than found nationally, as is the proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs. Reception-age children are taught alongside pupils in Key Stage 1."

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The Sacriston Primary School

Woodside
DH7 6LQ
Tel: 01913710777
Website: http://www.sacriston-jun.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils180
School linked toSacriston Junior School
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Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 07/12/2006

"This is a smaller than average school serving its local community. Almost all pupils are White British and have English as their first language. The proportion claiming an entitlement to a free school meal is above average. The overall percentage of pupils with learning difficulties and disabilities is above the national average. On entry to the school, the childrens attainment is well below that expected nationally. The school holds the Investors in People and Sport England Active Mark awards."

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Red Rose Primary School

York Terrace
DH3 3NA
Tel: 01913886251
Website: http://redroseprimaryschool.com/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils250
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%24%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 13/06/2008

"Red Rose is similar in size to most primary schools. It serves an area of average social and economic characteristics. Pupils are of White British backgrounds. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is below average, as is the percentage of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Very few pupils join or leave the school at times other than the start or end of an academic year."

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Woodlea Primary School

Fence Houses
DH4 6AR
Tel: 01913852675
Website: http://www.woodlea.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils245
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%77%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%30%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 30/04/2009

"The school is located in the former mining village of Fence Houses, approximately six miles north east from Durham City. Most pupils live in the immediate catchment of the school although an increasing proportion travel from other areas. A relatively low number of pupils are eligible for a free school meal and almost all pupils are White British. A lower than average proportion has learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The school has been successful in achieving a number of nationally recognised awards, including the International School Award, Quality Charter Mark 4, Healthy School Status and the Activemark. The school provides for the Early Years Foundation Stage through a Nursery and Reception class."

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Cestria Primary School

Church Chare
DH3 3PZ
Tel: 01913882483
Website: http://www.cestria.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils420
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%79%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%29%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 19/09/2006

"This larger than average primary school is located in Chester le Street on the outskirts of Durham. Most children come from White British backgrounds and a very few are from minority ethnic backgrounds and have English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils entitled to free school meals is lower than average, as is the percentage who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities."

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Ouston Primary School

Arisaig
DH2 1RQ
Tel: 01914102599
Website: http://www.ouston-jun.durham.sch.uk/contacts/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils250
School linked toOuston Infant School
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Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%79%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%21%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 30/06/2010

"This is a smaller than average junior school which serves the villages of Ouston and Urpeth Grange. A below average proportion of pupils are known to be eligible for free school meals. An average number of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities. Few pupils are from minority ethnic groups and none speaks English as an additional language. The school has gained Healthy Schools status, Activemark and Artsmark."

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South Pelaw Infant School

Hilda Park
DH2 2JT
Tel: 01913884820
Website: http://www.pelaw.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-7
Number of pupils145
School linked toChester-le-Street CofE (Controlled) Junior School
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Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 20/06/2011

"This is a smaller-than-average-size infant school where the proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is average. There are presently no pupils from minority ethnic groups or who speak English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is below average. Few pupils have a statement of special educational needs."

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Bournmoor Primary School

Lambourne Close
DH4 6HF
Tel: 01913854291
Website: http://www.bournmoor.durham.sch.uk/contacts/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils110
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%67%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 12/12/2006

"The school is half the size of average schools and serves a small village. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is higher than average. Children enter the school with standards that are average in most areas of learning but below average in communication and language. There are more pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities than usual, as well as more pupils with statements of special educational needs, particularly behavioural disabilities. A very small proportion of pupils have English as an additional language. Two per cent of pupils are looked after. In recent years, the school has had considerable staffing difficulties caused by long-term sickness. The school buildings are used for before and after-school provision."

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Cotherstone Primary School

Cotherstone
DL12 9QB
Tel: 01833650491
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/cstone.durham/school.htm

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils40
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 07/02/2008

"This smaller than average primary school serves families in Teesdale, County Durham. The locality is very rural with an above average socio-economic character. Pupils are taught in three mixed-age classes for much of the time: Reception to Year 2, Years 3 and 4, Years 5 and 6. A well below average proportion of pupils take free school meals. The number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is broadly average and a small number have a statement of special educational need. All pupils have a White British heritage and none is learning English as an additional language. The school has the Investing in Children, the International and the Activemark Awards."

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Beamish Primary School

Co-operative Villas
DH9 0QN
Tel: 01913700181
Website: http://www.beamish.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils85
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 11/01/2011

"The school serves the very small villages of Beamish and No Place and is much smaller than most primary schools. The size of year groups and ability levels vary considerably between different year groups, with some being as low as a single pupil. The school has been in a federation partnership for two years with a much larger neighbouring school. This includes a shared governing body and senior leadership team. Well over half of the pupils are known to be eligible for free school meals. The proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is average, as is the proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities. The great majority of pupils are of White British heritage."

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Collierley Primary School

Front Street
DH9 9DJ
Tel: 01207570298
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils160
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%22%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 16/10/2007

"This is small school situated in an area of higher than average social and economic disadvantage. A well above average proportion of pupils have learning difficulties and/or disabilities and almost half take free school meals. The vast majority of pupils are of White British background. The number of pupils joining school in Key Stage 2 is high. At the time of the inspection the headteacher had been in post for just over two terms. Out of school care is provided for pupils before and after school and during school holidays."

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Catchgate Primary School

Blackett Street
DH9 8LX
Tel: 01207234252
Website: http://www.catchgateprimary.co.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils300
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%39%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 26/01/2010

"This school is slightly larger than average and serves an urban area of County Durham. All pupils are from White British families and almost 40% are eligible for free school meals. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities varies quite a lot and is currently above average. The Early Years Foundation Stage comprises a Nursery and a Reception class. The school recently underwent a period of 18 months without a substantive headteacher."

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Annfield Plain Junior School

Front Street
DH9 7ST
Tel: 01207234531
Website: http://www.annfieldplain-jun.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range7-11
Number of pupils120
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%83%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%26%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 10/06/2008

"This is a smaller than average sized school. The number of pupils receiving free school meals is in line with the national average. There are very few pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds. None speak English as a second language. The percentage of pupils identified as having learning difficulties and/or disabilities is slightly above the national average."

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Annfield Plain Infant School

Northgate
DH9 7UY
Tel: 01207234691
Website: http://www.annfieldplain-inf.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-7
Number of pupils110
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 04/11/2009

"This is a smaller than average infant school serving the area to the south west of Stanley in County Durham. The number of pupils eligible for free school meals is above the national average. Most pupils are of White British heritage and no pupils are at the early stages of learning English. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is average. The school provides for the Early Years Foundation Stage in two Reception classes."

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East Stanley School

Chester Road
DH9 0TN
Tel: 01207233611
Website: http://www.eaststanleyschool.ik.org

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-11
Number of pupils240
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%67%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%8%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 24/01/2011

"This school is of similar size to others of the same type. Almost all pupils are from White British backgrounds. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is average. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is above average. The proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is below average. The school has achieved the Activemark and Healthy School status. The headteacher and deputy headteacher have been in post since September 2008."

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South Stanley Infant and Nursery School

Tyne Road
DH9 6PZ
Tel: 01207232445
Website: http://come.to/stanley.infants

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-7
Number of pupils180
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 17/03/2011

"The school is smaller than the average infant and nursery school. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is high, as is the proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities. The vast majority of pupils are from a White British background. There have been a number of staff changes since the last inspection. The school has a number of awards, including the Anti-bullying award, the Global Citizen Certificate, Healthy School status and Active Mark award."

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South Stanley Junior School

Tyne Road
DH9 6PZ
Tel: 01207232059
Website: http://southstanleyjuniors.co.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range7-11
Number of pupils155
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%57%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%3%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/12/2009

"This is a below average-sized junior school with a preponderance of boys in some year groups. The proportion of pupils who claim a free school meal is well above average. All pupils are of White British heritage. A well above average proportion of pupils are identified as having special educational needs and/or disabilities. The school currently holds the healthy school award, an eco sliver award and an anti-bullying accreditation."

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Stanley Burnside Primary School

Mendip Terrace
DH9 6QP
Tel: 01207234020
Website: http://www.derwentside.org.uk/edujobs/burnside/index.htm

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils210
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%71%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 18/11/2008

"The school is an average sized primary school. It serves an area of considerable social and economic disadvantage. This is confirmed in the high proportion of pupils entitled to a free school meal. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average. Almost all pupils come from a White European background. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) provision comprises a Nursery and a Reception Class."

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Bloemfontein Primary School

The Middles
DH9 6AG
Tel: 01207232198
Website: http://www.bloemfontein.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils125
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%76%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%5%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 18/01/2010

"Bloemfontein Primary School is smaller than average. The proportion of pupils eligible for a free school meal is well above average. Almost all pupils are from White British backgrounds. The percentage of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities and the proportion of pupils who have a statement of special educational need are well above the national average. The school has achieved the Healthy Schools, Activemark, Intermediate International Schools and Artsmark Silver awards. Children enter the Reception class in the Early Years Foundation Stage in the autumn term and are taught alongside older pupils. The headteacher has been in post since September 2009 and the deputy headteacher since January 2010."

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Burnopfield Primary School

Front Street
NE16 6PT
Tel: 01207270397
Website: http://www.burnopfield.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils370
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%87%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%39%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 27/01/2010

"This is a larger-than-average primary school. Pupils are mainly from White British backgrounds. There are small numbers from minority ethnic groups but none of them is at an early stage of learning to speak English as an additional language. More than a fifth of the school's pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities, which is an above average proportion. The school has International School, Healthy School and Activemark awards."

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Shotley Bridge Junior School

Snows Green Road
DH8 0ES
Tel: 01207503248
Website: http://www.shotleybridgejuniorschool.co.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range7-11
Number of pupils150
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%88%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%36%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 17/03/2010

"This school is smaller than most primary schools. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is lower than the national average. There are very few pupils from a minority ethnic background and none has English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is slightly higher than that found nationally. There are a number of pupils who join or leave the school at other than the usual times, including many who leave at the end of Year 4 to attend middle schools in a neighbouring local authority. The school has achieved the Healthy Schools Award, Activemark and the Eco-schools bronze and silver awards."

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Shotley Bridge Infants' School

Benfieldside Road
DH8 0SQ
Tel: 01207504847
Website: http://www.shotleybridge-inf.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-7
Number of pupils155
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 02/02/2010

"This is a small infant school. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is below average. Almost all pupils are from White British heritage backgrounds. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is well below average. The school has achieved the Healthy Schools, Artsmark and the Naace ICT Mark awards. Children commence full-time education in the Early Years Foundation Stage in the autumn term of their Reception Year. The acting headteacher has been in post since January 2009."

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Leadgate Community Junior School

Alder Grove
DH8 7RH
Tel: 01207502937
Website: http://leadgate-jun.itss-durham.org.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range7-11
Number of pupils95
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%83%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%39%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 30/03/2011

"This is a smaller than average-sized school. The majority of pupils are of White British heritage. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is above average. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is well above average. Since the last inspection the school has undergone a number of staffing changes. Following the retirement of the headteacher, the deputy headteacher is leading the school in an acting capacity. The school has a number of awards, including Healthy School status, International School Award, Active Mark and Investors in People."

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Leadgate Infant & Nursery School

West Street
DH8 7PN
Tel: 01207503656
Website: http://www.derwentside.org.uk/edujobs/LeadgateInfants/Welcome.htm

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-7
Number of pupils135
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 16/03/2010

"This smaller than average infant and nursery school serves the village community of Leadgate, a former mining community. The percentage of pupils entitled to free school meals is higher than that found nationally. Most pupils are of White British heritage. The proportion of pupils from minority ethnic groups and of pupils who speak English as an additional language are low. The number of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is higher than the national average. The proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is low. The school provides 26 Nursery places for 15 hours of flexible entitlement. On the same site as the school is a Surestart Children's Centre, which provides family learning opportunities for the community, and 'Happy Smiles', a privately run nursery providing wrap-around childcare, both of which will be inspected separately."

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Burnhope Primary School

Langley Avenue
DH7 0AG
Tel: 01207520243
Website: http://www.durham-schools.org.uk/burnhope/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils75
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%50%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%20%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 02/11/2006

"This school serves a rural area that has some social and economic disadvantage. This is reflected in the high level of pupils entitled to a free school meal. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is a little above average as is the number of pupils with a statement of special educational need (for more profound learning difficulties). All pupils come from white European backgrounds with a very small number from Traveller origins. The building is being redeveloped and, as a result, the Foundation Stage (Nursery and Reception) outdoor curriculum is limited. Attainment on entry is well below expectations, particularly in early language and communication skills."

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Castleside Primary School

Moorland Crescent
DH8 9RG
Tel: 01207508237
Website: http://www.castleside.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils115
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%62%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/03/2011

"This village school is much smaller than the average-sized primary school. Numbers in year groups fluctuate from year to year. An average-sized proportion of pupils is known to be eligible for free school meals. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities, including those with a statement of special educational needs, is also broadly average overall but varies within year groups. Most pupils are of White British heritage and a small number have Caribbean and African origins. None are learning English as an additional language. The school has gained Healthy School status, the Activemark, the Basic Skills award, the silver Artsmark and the LEAF litter award."

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Benfieldside Primary School

Moorlands
DH8 0JX
Tel: 01207591369
Website: http://www.benfieldsideprimary.ik.org/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils290
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%66%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%14%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 24/02/2010

"This is a primary school of above average size which serves an area on the outskirts of Consett. A well above average proportion of pupils are entitled to free school meals. Most pupils are White British and few speak English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is well above average. A well above average number of pupils join and leave the school mid-way through their primary education. The school has gained Activemark, Basic Skills and Healthy Schools awards."

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The Grove Primary School

Oakfield Lane
DH8 8AP
Tel: 01207502938
Website: http://www.derwentside.org.uk/edujobs/groveprimary/index.html

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils185
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%87%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%7%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 17/05/2010

"The Grove is smaller than the average-sized primary school. The majority of pupils are White British and there are few pupils for whom English is an additional language. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is above the national average. The proportion of pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is higher than the national average, as is the proportion of pupils with a statement of educational needs. Mobility into and out of the school is slightly higher than found in other schools nationally. The school is host to a privately run, wrap-around-care club which was inspected separately."

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Delves Lane Primary School

Delves Lane
DH8 7ES
Tel: 01207503984
Website: http://www.delveslanecommunity.durham.sch.uk/public/delves864.html.nc

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils145
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Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%67%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%12%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 27/04/2010

"This school is smaller than average size. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is average. Most pupils are of White British heritage. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is well above average. The school achieved Activemark and the Healthy Schools Award in 2008. The school is federated with the adjoining infant school. The headteacher leads both schools as a single entity and has been headteacher at the junior school since September 2008."

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Moorside Primary School

Chester Road
DH8 8EQ
Tel: 01207509724
Website: http://www.consettmoorside.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils145
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%67%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%13%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 10/06/2009

"Almost all the pupils attending this much smaller than average sized school are from White British heritage backgrounds. The school serves an area of social and economic deprivation and many more pupils than average are entitled to free school meals. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is well above average, and mobility in the school is high. Pupils are taught in mixed-age classes throughout Key Stage 2. The school has an Early Years Foundation Stage unit consisting of Nursery and Reception children. The school has been accredited with several awards including the Activemark and Healthy Schools Awards."

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Consett Junior School

Beechdale Road
DH8 6AY
Tel: 01207504431
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range7-11
Number of pupils185
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%80%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%15%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 09/12/2009

"The school is an average sized junior school. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is below average; that of pupils with special education needs and/or disabilities is average, although the percentage with a statement of need is well above that normally seen. Pupils are predominantly white British. Very few pupils originate from outside the United Kingdom and of those none are at an early stage of learning English. The school has various awards, including Basic Skills Quality Mark, Arts Mark 'Gold', Active award, the Football Association Charter award, Healthy Schools Standard and Investors in People."

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Consett Infant School and Nursery Unit

Teasdale Street
DH8 6AF
Tel: 01207504464
Website: http://www.consettinfantschool.ik.org/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-7
Number of pupils170
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 15/11/2010

"Consett Infant school and Nursery Unit is smaller in size than most infant schools. Very few children speak English as an additional language. The largest group of children are of White British heritage. The proportion of children known to be eligible for free school meals is half that found nationally. One in five children, a proportion that is average, has special educational needs and/or disabilities. These are mainly moderate learning difficulties and speech, language and communication difficulties. The school has gained the prestigious Full International Schools Award and the silver Artsmark."

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Hamsterley Primary School

Hamsterley
DL13 3QF
Tel: 01388488279
Website: http://www.hamsterley.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils30
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%83%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%33%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 06/03/2008

"This small school serves pupils from the village and surrounding rural areas. Pupils come from a wide range of backgrounds; the proportion entitled to free school meals is below average. There is a below average proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. All pupils come from White British backgrounds. A significant percentage of pupils either leave or transfer to the school part way through their education. Pupils are taught in two mixed age classes with a separate area for the Reception children."

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Hunwick Primary School

Church Lane
DL15 0JX
Tel: 01388602150
Website: http://www.hunwick.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils180
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%91%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%32%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 03/02/2009

"The school serves the village of Hunwick and the surrounding area. The social and economic circumstances are broadly average. Pupils are predominantly White British, with a very small proportion of pupils with English as an additional language and an equally small proportion of Traveller pupils. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is average. The school has just moved from mixed age to single age classes this academic year. There have been two new teachers to the school, including the deputy headteacher."

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Tow Law Millennium Primary School

Wear Street
DL13 4LF
Tel: 01388730283
Website: http://www.towlaw.org.uk/schools.htm

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils90
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%86%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%7%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 06/10/2009

"Tow Law Millennium Primary School is smaller than average. The proportion of pupils eligible for a free school meal is well above average. Almost all pupils are from White British heritage backgrounds. The percentage of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is well above average. The proportion of pupils who have a statement of special educational need is above the national average. The school has achieved the Healthy Schools and Active Mark awards. Children enter the Reception class in the Early Years Foundation Stage in the autumn term. Childcare is provided by an outreach centre on the school site that is managed by a private provider and the school works closely with this provision."

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Crook Primary School

Croft Avenue
DL15 8QG
Tel: 01388762400
Website: http://www.crook-pri.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-11
Number of pupils370
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%64%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%11%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 29/04/2009

"This is a larger than average primary school set in an area of high social and economic disadvantage. Most the pupils are of White British heritage. There are a small number of pupils who speak English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils who are eligible for free school meals is above the national average. The proportion with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is well above the average, while the proportion with a statement of special educational needs is just above the average. The school became a Creative Change school in 2008 which involves partnerships with cultural and creative professionals and other schools to ensure that young people have opportunities to develop their learning both across and beyond the formal curriculum."

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Hartside Primary School

Hartside
DL15 9NN
Tel: 01388766686
Website: http://www.hartsideprimary.org.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils200
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%61%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%9%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 05/07/2011

"This is a smaller than average-sized primary school. The majority of pupils are of White British heritage. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is well above average. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is above average. The school has undergone a number of disruptions to staffing since the time of the last inspection. The school holds the Geography Quality Mark Award Bronze Level, Sing Up Award Silver Level, Rights Respecting School and International School awards and the Activemark Gold."

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Peases West Primary School

Billy Row
DL15 9SZ
Tel: 01388762380
Website: http://www.peaseswest.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils125
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%78%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%11%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 28/11/2008

"This is a smaller than average sized rural school that lies in an area of significant social and economic deprivation. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is much higher than that found nationally. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average. Few pupils have minority ethnic backgrounds and all have English as their home language. There are high levels of mobility into and out of the school; many of those joining the school have significant social or academic difficulties. Provision for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is in the Nursery and a Reception class."

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Stanley (Crook) Primary School

Wooley Terrace
DL15 9AN
Tel: 01388762858
Website: http://www.stanleycrook.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils95
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%29%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/12/2009

"This small rural school serves the local villages, a small town and Traveller communities. Most pupils are White British. The number of pupils who enter or leave during the school year is greater than is usual. Forty per cent of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities, which is much higher than average as is the number with a statement of special educational needs. One third of pupils are eligible for free school meals, which is above the national norm. Pupils are taught in three mixed-age classes. The Early Years Foundation Stage consists of Reception children who share the class with Year 1 pupils. The school holds several awards, including the Healthy Schools, Activemark, Investing in Children and Anti-bullying awards."

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Sunnybrow Primary School

Hunwick Lane
DL15 0LT
Tel: 01388746413
Website: http://www.sunnybrow.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils80
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 10/12/2009

"This is a small school in a semi-rural location on the fringe of a small town. A high proportion of pupils are eligible for free school meals. All pupils come from White British families. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is high. The Early Years Foundation Stage provision comprises a Reception class. The school holds the Healthy Schools and Activemark awards."

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Howden-le-Wear Primary School

School Street
DL15 8HJ
Tel: 01388763287
Website: http://www.howden-le-wear.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils85
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%83%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/12/2009

"Howden-Le-Wear is a small village primary school. Most pupils are from White British backgrounds while a few are of mixed heritage. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is above average, as is the number eligible for free school meals. There are four mixed-aged classes in school. Reception children in the Early Years Foundation Stage are taught alongside those from a private nursery, which shares the premises. The school runs a breakfast club and there is a privately run after-school club, which was not included in this inspection. The nursery and after-school club were inspected separately in January 2009. The school has the Healthy School Award, Active Mark (gold), the International School Award (foundation level) and Financial Management Standard in Schools."

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Frosterley Community School

Bridge End
DL13 2SN
Tel: 01388528358
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/frost.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-11
Number of pupils55
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%80%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%20%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 04/05/2010

"This small primary school caters for pupils from predominantly White British backgrounds. A much greater proportion of pupils than in other schools nationally have been identified as having special educational needs and/or disabilities. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is broadly average. Numbers in the school have fallen since the last inspection and the school has undergone significant staff restructuring. A new headteacher took up post in September 2008 and a new deputy headteacher has been appointed to commence in September 2010. In the interim a seconded deputy headteacher joined the school during the week of inspection. The school has gained a number of awards including the Healthy School award and the Activemark."

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Rookhope Primary School

Rookhope
DL13 2DA
Tel: 01388517268
Website: http://www.rookhope.durham.sch.uk/contact/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils10
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 16/03/2010

"Rookhope Primary School is situated to the north west of Stanhope in the North Pennines. It is much smaller than average and is one of the smallest schools in County Durham. Most of the pupils are drawn from the village of Rookhope and the surrounding rural area. Almost all pupils are from White British backgrounds. Twenty per cent of the pupils on roll have special educational needs and/or disabilities which is broadly average. There are no pupils with a statement of special educational needs. Children in the Reception Year are taught with Year 1 pupils. The school has Artsmark, Healthy School and International School awards. It provides a breakfast club at the beginning of each school day. Recently, there have been five changes in staffing, including the headteacher."

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St John's Chapel Primary School

Burnfoot
DL13 1QH
Tel: 01388537332
Website: http://www.st-johnschapel.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-11
Number of pupils45
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 23/04/2009

"This very small school serves a remote rural area. All pupils are White British and come from a range of social backgrounds. A very small proportion of pupils are eligible for a free school meal. An above average proportion of pupils have learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The school has Healthy School, Artsmark Gold and Sports Activemark Gold awards. Children enter the Reception class in the autumn term and are taught in a class which includes Key Stage 1 pupils. The acting headteacher has been in post since the beginning of this term."

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Wearhead Primary School

Wearhead
DL13 1BN
Tel: 01388537265
Website:

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils20
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 14/02/2008

"In this very small school pupils are taught in two classes. The Foundation Stage children are taught alongside the infant pupils. Falling roles in the school mean that there is only one child in the current Reception year. The school serves an isolated rural population of average social and economic circumstances. Nearly all pupils travel to school by county transport. There are no pupils eligible for free school meals and all pupils are of White British heritage. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average. The school holds a number of awards including a School of Innovation, Artsmark Gold and Activemark."

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Willington Primary School

Chapel Street
DL15 0EQ
Tel: 01388746414
Website: http://www.willington.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils245
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%68%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%14%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 02/10/2008

"This average sized school is in a small town where there is some social and economic disadvantage. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is high. Almost all pupils are from White British families. A high percentage of pupils have learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The headteacher has been in post for just over two terms."

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Witton-le-Wear Primary School

St James Gardens
DL14 0BG
Tel: 01388488350
Website: http://www.witton-le-wear.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils95
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%44%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 09/10/2007

"This small school serves an area that is average socially and economically. Pupils attend from a wide rural area. The proportion of pupils eligible for a free school meal is below average as is the proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Pupils are mainly of White British heritage. The Gold Activemark and Healthy Schools Award are recent awards received by the school."

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Wolsingham Primary School

Upper Town
DL13 3ET
Tel: 01388527457
Website: http://www.wolsingham-pri.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils245
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%94%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%15%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 03/10/2006

"The school serves the small rural town of Wolsingham in Weardale. Most pupils live in the town or nearby, but almost one third travels from other villages up to 10 miles away. Twenty children attend the nursery class. Standards on entry to the school are broadly average. There are no pupils learning English as an additional language. The number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is broadly in line with the national average. The school has gone through a period of many staff changes, but there is now a stable teaching team. The school has been awarded the Activemark twice."

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Oakley Cross Primary School and Nursery

Lomond Walk
DL14 9UD
Tel: 01388833186
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/oakleyx.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils155
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%50%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%7%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 29/01/2008

"This is a below average sized school situated in a small village. The area it serves has an above average level of social and economic deprivation. Its pupils are drawn from the local community. Most pupils are of White British heritage. The proportion of pupils eligible to claim free school meals is above average. There is a below average proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The school provides before and after school care for its pupils. Recent awards include a Basic Skills Quality Mark and an Activemark."

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Byers Green Primary School

Wear View
DL16 7PN
Tel: 01388603483
Website: http://www.byersgreen.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils85
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%83%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%8%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 09/02/2011

"This is a smaller than average-sized school which serves the surrounding rural area. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is higher than average. There are no pupils from minority ethnic groups and therefore none who speak English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is higher than the national average. Presently, there are no pupils with a statement of special educational needs."

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Trimdon Grange Infant and Nursery School

Trimdon Grange
TS29 6EY
Tel: 01429880347
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/trimdongi.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-7
Number of pupils115
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 23/06/2009

"This small village school serves the immediate area. Children travel from outlying villages to attend the Nursery. The area is mixed but has a higher than average level of social and economic disadvantage. All pupils are White British. An above average number of pupils have learning difficulties and/or disabilities, including pupils with a statement of special educational need. The Early Years Foundation Stage comprises a Nursery, which children attend part-time when they are three, and a Reception class."

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Kirk Merrington Primary School

South View
DL16 7JB
Tel: 01388816230
Website: http://www.kirkmerrington.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils105
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%90%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%30%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 24/01/2007

"This smaller than average sized school, south of Durham, is attended by pupils from the immediate area and beyond. The small number of pupils in the school results in mixed key stage classes. The areas served by the school have below average indicators of socio-economic circumstances and all the pupils are of White British heritage with English as their first language. The proportion of pupils in receipt of free schools meals is below the average as is the proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The school holds several awards including Healthy School's accreditation."

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Cassop Primary School

Cassop
DH6 4RA
Tel: 01913770293
Website: http://www.cassopschool.org.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils125
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%83%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%33%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 14/01/2010

"This is a smaller-than-average primary school serving two former mining villages and surrounding areas. The proportion of pupils entitled to a free school meal is higher than average. All pupils are from a White British background. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is close to three times the national average and the number of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is higher than average. The Early Years Foundation Stage consists of a group of Reception age children who are taught in a mixed-age class with Year 1. In addition to Artsmark Gold, Basic Skills and International awards, the school has received national recognition for its work on sustainability. All substantive staff have returned to work after a period of unsettled staffing."

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Ferryhill Station Primary School

Ferryhill Station
DL17 0DB
Tel: 01740651291
Website: http://www.ferryhillstationschool.co.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils80
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%80%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%30%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 30/06/2009

"The school is smaller than most schools and serves a village community. The socio-economic factors are well below average. The school has higher than average pupil mobility. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is above the national average. There are no pupils from minority ethnic groups. Over 40% of pupils have learning difficulties and/or disabilities. All pupils are taught in mixed-age classes with the exception of Year 6. Most of the children in the Early Years Foundation Stage join the school from the on-site Sure Start setting. The Sure Start provision is inspected and reported upon separately by Ofsted. Children receive full-time education during their Reception Year in the same class as Year 1 pupils."

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West Cornforth Primary School

High Street
DL17 9HP
Tel: 01740654315
Website: http://www.westcornforth.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils175
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%69%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%13%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 23/06/2008

"West Cornforth is an average size primary school which serves a former mining village community in south Durham. The locality displays very high levels of social and economic deprivation. A well above average proportion of pupils are eligible for free school meals. The number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is also well above average, although a below average number have a statement for special educational need. Most pupils are of White British heritage and some are from Gypsy/Roma/Traveller families. None learns English as an additional language. A well above average number of pupils joins the school at times other than the usual start in Reception."

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Coxhoe Primary School

Cornforth Lane
DH6 4EJ
Tel: 01913770294
Website: http://durham.schooljotter.com/coxhoe/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils235
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%76%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%28%

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Kelloe Primary School

Front Street
DH6 4PG
Tel: 01913770275
Website: http://www.kelloe.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils165
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%47%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 22/03/2011

"This village school is smaller than the average-sized primary school. An above average proportion of pupils is known to be eligible for free school meals. The percentage of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is well above average, although fewer than average have a statement of special educational needs. Almost all pupils are of White British heritage and none are learning English as an additional language. Childcare provision before and after school is managed by the governing body. The school has gained the Investors in People award, Healthy School status, the Activemark, the Artsmark (silver), the intermediate International school award and the UNICEF Rights-Respecting School award."

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Dean Bank Primary and Nursery School

Dean Bank
DL17 8PP
Tel: 01740651512
Website: http://www.deanbank.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils175
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Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%90%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%10%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 25/02/2010

"Dean Bank is an average-sized primary school serving a former mining community to the south of the city of Durham. Nearly all pupils are from a White British background with a small number for whom English is an additional language. A high proportion of pupils are eligible for free school meals. A similar proportion have special educational needs and/or disabilities, although the number of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is low. The Early Years Foundation Stage consists of a Nursery with 26 places and a Reception class. The number of pupils who join and leave school at other than the usual time is much higher than average. The headteacher has been in post since January 2010 and subject leadership is now settled after recent changes."

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Bowburn Junior School

Surtees Avenue
DH6 5DZ
Tel: 01913770497
Website: http://www.bowburnjuniorschool.co.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range7-11
Number of pupils165
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%94%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%22%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 21/04/2010

"This is a below average sized school which serves a former mining village in County Durham. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for a free school meal is above average. Most pupils are of White British heritage and few are at an early stage of learning English as an additional language. A well above average proportion of pupils has special educational needs and/or disabilities. The school has gained the Sportsmark, Healthy Schools and International School awards."

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Bowburn Infant School

Wylam Street
DH6 5BE
Tel: 01913770606
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/bowburni.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-7
Number of pupils200
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 11/09/2008

"This average sized Infant school and Nursery serves a village community to the south of Durham city. Once a mining area, it is an economically disadvantaged locality with an above average number of pupils who are eligible for free school meals. Almost all pupils are from White British families. A small number of pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds are learning to speak English. The proportions of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities or with a statement of special educational need are broadly average."

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Trimdon Village Infant School

Central Estate
TS29 6LB
Tel: 01429880368
Website: http://www.trimdonvillage.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-7
Number of pupils115
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 09/09/2010

"The school is smaller than the average-sized primary school. It serves an ex-mining village community in south east Durham. An above average number of pupils are known to be eligible for free school meals. An above average proportion of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities although none has a statement of special educational needs. Almost all pupils are of White British heritage. The school manages its own affairs but works formally in collaboration with five other primary schools in nearby villages. The school has gained Healthy Schools status, the Healthy Teeth award, the Activemark and recently received the Basic Skills Quality Mark for the third time."

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Ox Close Primary School

Ox Close Crescent
DL16 6RU
Tel: 01388814860
Website: http://www.ox-close.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils260
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%67%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%25%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 17/03/2009

"This average sized school serves a community with broadly average socio-economic conditions. The pupil population is relatively stable and almost all pupils are from White British families. There is an above average proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The school holds a range of awards, including Artsmark Gold, Activemark Gold, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Mark and the Shining Through Award for their community garden project."

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Trimdon Junior School

Elwick View
TS29 6JU
Tel: 01429880349
Website: http://www.trimdon.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range7-11
Number of pupils165
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%66%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%16%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 11/06/2008

"Trimdon Junior is a smaller than average sized school situated in an ex-mining village. Pupils who attend transfer predominantly from two neighbouring infant schools, one close by in Trimdon and the other in the adjacent village of Trimdon Grange. Free school meal entitlement is about average. The number on roll has declined over recent years, although future predictions suggest that this will reverse in 2009. Pupils are almost exclusively White British and all have English as their first language. The school shares it premises with Trimdon Community College and makes co-use of the facilities. The school has a higher proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities than average. The school has been successful in gaining a number of accreditations. These include: The Basic Skills Quality Mark; The Activemark in recognition for its commitment to physical education and sports; The Anti-Bullying Kitemark from Durham local authority and the International Schools Award for its work with schools in other parts of Europe."

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Fishburn Primary School

East View
TS21 4AU
Tel: 01740620162
Website: http://www.fishburn.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils210
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%57%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%10%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 23/03/2010

"This is a school of average size. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is above average. Most pupils are of White British heritage. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is well above average. The school achieved the Durham Environment Award, Activemark and the Healthy Schools Award in 2009."

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Broom Cottages Primary School

Broom Road
DL17 8AN
Tel: 01740651363
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/broomc.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils310
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%56%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%6%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 06/05/2009

"This larger than average school is in an area of County Durham where socio-economic conditions are below average. Pupils eligibility for free school meals is above average. Nearly all pupils come from White British families. A higher than average proportion of pupils has learning difficulties and/or disabilities and the proportion with a statement of special educational needs is above average."

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Etherley Lane Primary School

Clarence Gardens
DL14 7RB
Tel: 01388603105
Website: http://www.etherleylane-pri.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils295
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%89%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%34%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 10/11/2010

"Etherley Lane is of average size for a primary school. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is much lower than average. There is a much lower proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities than in most schools. Nearly all the pupils come from White British backgrounds. The school has Healthy School and Eco School status, as well as an Artsmark, Activemark and International Schools Award."

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Ramshaw Primary School

Oaks Bank
DL14 9SD
Tel: 01388832411
Website: http://ramshaw.itss-durham.org.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils75
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%92%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 16/10/2008

"This is a smaller than average school. It serves a rural area of south west Durham which has well above average levels of socio-economic deprivation. The proportion of pupils entitled to free school meals is above average. All pupils are White British and none have English as an additional language. An above average proportion of pupils have learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The school makes provision for children in the Early Years Foundation Stage in its Reception class. The school has Healthy Schools and Activemark awards and holds Investors in Children status."

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Forest of Teesdale Primary School

Forest-in-Teesdale
DL12 0HA
Tel: 01833622220
Website: http://www.forest-of-teesdale.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils20
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 02/12/2009

"This is a very small, isolated primary school serving a widespread rural area in Upper Teesdale. All pupils are of White British heritage. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is above average. An above average proportion of pupils are eligible for free school meals."

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Aycliffe Village Primary School

North Terrace
DL5 6LG
Tel: 01325300227
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/aycliffev.durham/AycV/Homex.html

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-11
Number of pupils140
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%17%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 03/03/2009

"This school is smaller than the average primary school. The proportion of pupils entitled to free school meals is below average and most pupils are from White British backgrounds. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average. Most pupils are taught in mixed-age classes. An independent provider runs a before and after school club, as well as a Nursery on the premises."

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Butterknowle Primary School

Butterknowle
DL13 5PB
Tel: 01388718369
Website: http://www.butterknowle.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils30
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 30/06/2009

"Butterknowle is a small primary school in a rural area on the outskirts of Bishop Auckland. It serves a varied social community within a setting which is quite isolated. All the pupils are of White British heritage. The number of pupils entitled to free school meals has increased this year and is now above average. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is well above average, and mobility in the school is high. Pupils are taught in three mixed-age classes, one of which includes children from the Early Years Foundation Stage. The school has been accredited with several awards including the Basic Skills Quality Mark and Healthy Schools."

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Escomb Primary School

Three Lane Ends
DL14 7SR
Tel: 01388603273
Website: http://www.escomb.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-11
Number of pupils195
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%87%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%17%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 05/07/2007

"Escomb Primary School is slightly smaller than the national average. It is in a semi-rural location on the edge of Bishop Auckland and serves a variety of areas, including the villages of Escomb and Witton Park. It has a predominantly White British population with a very small proportion from other minority ethnic backgrounds. Whilst there are some features of deprivation, the proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is below the national average. When children start school in the Reception class, their standards are below those expected for most children of this age. The school has a slightly higher than average number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities."

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St Helen Auckland Community Primary School

Manor Road
DL14 9EN
Tel: 01388604168
Website:

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils165
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%86%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%14%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 23/11/2009

"St Helen Auckland is a smaller-than-average primary school serving an area of Bishop Auckland that is part of a regeneration programme. The proportion of pupils claiming free school meals is much higher than average. There is also a much higher proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities than in most schools. The majority of pupils come from White British backgrounds and the school caters for some Traveller children."

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Thornhill Primary School

Thornhill Gardens
DL4 1ES
Tel: 01388772906
Website: http://www.thornhill.durham.sch.uk/contact/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils210
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%90%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%34%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 24/06/2008

"The school is average in size and is set in an area of mixed housing with some pockets of social disadvantage. The proportion of pupils who claim a free school meal is above average. The percentage of pupils who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average. The very few pupils who come from minority ethnic backgrounds speak English. A minority of pupils come from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller families. The school has significantly more boys than girls."

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Toft Hill Primary School

Toft Hill
DL14 0JA
Tel: 01388832393
Website: http://www.tofthill.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils160
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%91%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%39%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 25/02/2009

"The school is smaller than most primary schools nationally and is set in an area where socio-economic conditions are average. Pupils who attend come from villages just outside Bishop Auckland. The proportion of pupils who are eligible for a free school meal is below average. The percentage of pupils who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities is below average. Very few pupils come from minority ethnic backgrounds and all pupils have English as their first language. Children in the Early Years Foundation Stage receive full time provision in the Reception class."

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Woodland Primary School

Woodland
DL13 5RF
Tel: 01388718271
Website: http://www.woodland.durham.sch.uk/contacts/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils50
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%71%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%29%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 25/09/2007

"This is a very small school where children are taught in two classes. It is in a rural area and about half the pupils attend from outside the immediate locality. The proportion of pupils entitled to a free school meal is very low. All the children are of White British heritage. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average."

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Middleton-in-Teesdale Nursery and Primary School

Town End
DL12 0TG
Tel: 01833640382
Website: http://www.middleton-in-teesdale.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils140
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%78%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%11%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 05/05/2011

"This school is much smaller than the average-sized primary school. Almost all pupils are from White British backgrounds. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is below average. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is average. The proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is above average. The school has achieved Healthy School status and Activemark Gold. Pupils enter or leave the school other than at the usual times more frequently than is expected nationally."

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Cockton Hill Junior School

McIntyre Terrace
DL14 6HW
Tel: 01388602058
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range7-11
Number of pupils240
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%77%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%19%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 09/07/2007

"Cockton Hill is an average sized junior school. The school is situated in an area of high unemployment and deprivation in South West Durham. Almost all pupils are of White British heritage with very few children whose first language is not English. There are higher than average proportions of pupils taking free school meals and who require additional support for learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The school holds the Sports Activemark, the Eco Friendly and Healthy Schools Award."

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Cockton Hill Infant School

McIntyre Terrace
DL14 6HW
Tel: 01388604627
Website: http://www.cocktonhill-inf.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-7
Number of pupils165
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 22/01/2009

"This is a below average sized infant school. Nearly all pupils are from White British backgrounds. Few are at an early stage of acquiring English. The percentage of pupils eligible for free school meals is above average. The number with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is below average. The Early Years Foundation Stage provision is in two Reception Classes."

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Timothy Hackworth Primary School

Byerley Road
DL4 1HN
Tel: 01388772959
Website: http://www.timothyhackworthschool.co.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils450
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%60%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%31%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 17/06/2008

"This is a much larger than average primary school with nursery provision, serving an area of high social and economic deprivation. There is a Language Resource Base on site with 14 pupils who have a statement of special educational need. Almost all the pupils in the school are of White British or European heritage, and very few learn English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average, and the proportion with a statement of their needs is well above average. There is a Surestart Childrens Centre on site that is inspected separately."

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Cockfield Primary School

Front Street
DL13 5EN
Tel: 01388718263
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/cfield.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils115
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%89%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%22%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 09/05/2011

"This rural school is much smaller than the average-sized primary school. The number of pupils on roll has fallen steadily in recent years. A much higher-than-average proportion of pupils are known to be eligible for free school meals. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is higher than average, with a much higher proportion than usual having a statement of special educational needs. Almost all pupils are of White British heritage and none speak English as an additional language. The school provides additional support for children with special educational needs and/or disabilities of pre-school and nursery age in the locality. The school has gained the Healthy School status, the Activemark, International School status (intermediate) and the Investors in People award."

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Montalbo Primary School

Fairfield Road
DL12 8TN
Tel: 01833637718
Website: http://www.montalbo.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils110
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%10%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 24/05/2011

"This is a much smaller than the average sized primary school. Almost all pupils are from White British backgrounds. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is average as is the proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities. The proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is average. The school has achieved Investors in Children accreditation, Healthy School status and the Artsmark Silver. The Nursery class in the Early Years Foundation Stage caters for 41 children from a wide geographical area. The Reception class in school admits 14 children, some of whom have not attended the Nursery."

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New Brancepeth Primary School

New Brancepeth
DH7 7EU
Tel: 01913730736
Website: http://www.newbrancepeth.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils130
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%50%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%17%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 07/07/2009

"This small school serves a former mining village and surrounding area, in which socio-economic conditions are below average. A high proportion of pupils have learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Almost all pupils come from White British families. The Early Years Foundation Stage comprises a Nursery class and a Reception class in one combined unit."

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Langley Moor Primary School

Brandon Lane
DH7 8LL
Tel: 01913780103
Website: http://www.langleymoor.org.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils200
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%83%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%24%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 23/11/2009

"Langley Moor Primary School is smaller than average. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is below average. Most pupils are from White British or Other White ethnic backgrounds. A few pupils do not speak English as their first language. The proportions of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities and of those who have a statement of special educational need are average. The school has achieved the Activemark and the Healthy Schools Award. Children commence full time education in the Early Years Foundation Stage in the autumn term of their Reception Year. The headteacher has been in post since the autumn term of 2008."

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Witton Gilbert Primary School

Sacriston Lane
DH7 6TF
Tel: 01913710424
Website: http://www.wittongilbert.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils180
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%92%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%17%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 30/04/2008

"This is a smaller than average rural primary school, where almost all pupils are from White British backgrounds. Of those from minority ethnic heritages, very few are at the early stages of learning English. A small percentage of pupils are eligible for free school meals. The percentage of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is broadly average. The school has a breakfast club and an independent nursery on site. The school has achieved Awards for Healthy Schools, Basic Skills and Eco-Action."

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Pittington Primary School

Hallgarth Lane
DH6 1AF
Tel: 01913720314
Website: http://www.pittington.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils225
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%78%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%22%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 01/05/2007

"The school is similar in size to most primary schools nationally. It is in an area that is above average in terms of social and economic advantage. The proportion of pupils who claim a free school meal is lower than the national average. A lower proportion of pupils than is seen nationally in primary schools have learning difficulties and/or disabilities and currently no pupil has a statement of their special educational need. Most pupils are White British with a few from minority ethnic backgrounds. On entry to school, standards are above those typical of Nursery age children."

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Ludworth Primary School

Moor Crescent
DH6 1LZ
Tel: 01429820207
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/lworth.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils90
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%50%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%10%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 05/03/2008

"This small school mainly serves a village of considerable social and economic disadvantage; some pupils come from further afield. A higher than average proportion of pupils are eligible for free school meals. Almost all pupils are White British. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities varies from year-to-year and is currently below average."

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Sherburn Village Primary School

Cookshold Lane
DH6 1DU
Tel: 01913720281
Website: http://www.sherburnvillageprimary.co.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils160
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%56%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%6%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 21/01/2010

"The school is smaller than the average primary school. The proportion of pupils who receive free school meals is below average. Most pupils are from White British backgrounds. A well above average proportion of pupils are identified as having special educational needs and/or disabilities. Since the previous inspection the school has experienced a number of disruptions to staffing. Two teaching posts are currently being covered by temporary staff. The school has recently been awarded the Healthy Schools Award."

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West Rainton Primary School

West Rainton
DH4 6RN
Tel: 01915843805
Website: http://westrainton.itss-durham.org.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils130
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%86%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%14%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 03/11/2010

"This school is much smaller than the average-sized primary school. Most pupils are from White British backgrounds, with a small but significant number of pupils from Traveller and Gypsy/Roma families.The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is above average. The proportions of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities and of those with a statement of special educational needs are average. The school achieved Activemark in 2009 and Artsmark Gold in 2010."

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Bearpark Primary School

Colliery Road
DH7 7AU
Tel: 01913848958
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/bpark.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils75
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%38%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 05/07/2010

"This smaller-than-average-size school serves an ex-mining village community to the west of Durham City. All pupils are of a White British heritage. A high proportion is known to be eligible for free school meals. An above-average proportion of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities, although none has a statement of special educational needs. The school has Healthy School status, the Activemark and the advanced award for Quality in Study Support."

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Neville's Cross Primary School

Relly Path
DH1 4JG
Tel: 01913842249
Website: http://www.nevillescross.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils240
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%88%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%24%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 18/05/2011

"This is an average-sized primary school. An above-average proportion of pupils are from minority ethnic groups and a similar proportion speaks English as an additional language. An average proportion of pupils are known to be eligible for free school meals. The proportion of pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is above average. The school has gained Healthy School status and has the Activemark and International School Awards."

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Sherburn Hill Primary School

Sherburn Hill
DH6 1PA
Tel: 01913720315
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/shipsea/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils55
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/07/2010

"Sherburn Hill is a small primary school which has recently federated with another primary school located in the neighbouring village. All pupils are from White British backgrounds; there are none from minority ethnic groups. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities and statements of special educational needs is above average. The school holds Healthy Schools, Anti-bullying, Investors in Children, and Activemark awards."

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Durham Newton Hall Infants' School

Langley Road
DH1 5LP
Tel: 01913861203
Website: http://www.durhamnewtonhall.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-7
Number of pupils175
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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From report dated 12/10/2010

"Newton Hall is broadly the same size as other infant schools nationally. The proportions of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals or identified as having special educational needs and/or disabilities are below the national average. There are currently no pupils with a statement of special educational needs. Most pupils are of White British heritage; the others belong to a range of minority ethnic groups. There are few pupils who are learning English as an additional language."

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Belmont Infant School

Buckinghamshire Road
DH1 2QP
Tel: 01913843714
Website: http://www.belmont-inf.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-7
Number of pupils130
School linked toBelmont CofE (Controlled) Junior School
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Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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From report dated 13/05/2010

"This is a small infant school. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is well below average. Almost all pupils are from White British heritage backgrounds. The proportions of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities and of those with a statement of special educational needs are above average. The school has achieved Healthy Schools status, Artsmark and the Intermediate International School awards. The headteacher has been in post since April 2010."

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Esh Winning Primary School

The Wynds
DH7 9BE
Tel: 01913734701
Website: http://www.eshwinning.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils240
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%83%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%9%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 28/06/2010

"This average size school serves a village community to the west of Durham City. A high proportion of pupils are eligible for free school meals. Almost all pupils are from White British backgrounds. A very high proportion of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities: fewer than average have a statement of special educational need. The school holds the International School, Eco-school and Healthy School awards, the Activemark and the Artsmark. Privately-organised childcare provision for Early Years Foundation Stage children was inspected separately and the report is available on the Ofsted website. A pre-school playgroup uses the premises each day."

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Belmont Cheveley Park Primary School

Scardale Way
DH1 2TX
Tel: 01913869494
Website: http://www.belmontcheveleypark.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils130
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%74%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%32%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 11/04/2011

"This is a smaller-than-average-sized school in which the proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is lower than national averages. Few pupils come from minority-ethnic groups or speak English as an additional language. The school has specially resourced provision for special educational needs in a base for 20 pupils with speech and language or communication difficulties. All of these pupils have a statement of special educational needs. This means that the proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is higher than national levels as is the overall proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities. Since the last inspection there have been a number of long-term absences by staff due to medical problems and maternity leave. A private provider manages nursery provision on the site. This setting will be inspected separately and forms no part of this inspection."

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Laurel Avenue Community Primary School

Laurel Avenue
DH1 2EY
Tel: 01913868416
Website: http://www.laurelavenue.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils115
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%55%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 05/04/2011

"This is a smaller-than-average size school. Most pupils in school are from White British backgrounds. An above average proportion of pupils are identified as having special educational needs and/or disabilities, with a high percentage of pupils having a statement of special educational needs. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is well above average. Pupil mobility is high with significant numbers of pupils leaving and arriving during each school year. The school has achieved the Enhanced Healthy Schools status, Artsmark, Activemark, the Anti-bullying Accreditation Kitemark and the Investors in Children standard. A private day nursery, which is subject to a separate inspection, shares the school site."

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Hesleden Primary School

Hesleden
TS27 4PT
Tel: 01429836376
Website: http://www.hesleden.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils130
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%80%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%20%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 20/03/2007

"This smaller than average primary school serves a village and surrounding area where socio-economic conditions are below average. The pupil population is relatively stable and comes almost entirely from White British families. There is a reasonably high percentage of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The school is popular and is oversubscribed for the coming year."

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Deaf Hill Primary School

Station Road West
TS29 6BP
Tel: 01429880358
Website: http://www.deafhill.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils175
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%68%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%12%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 12/05/2009

"Deaf Hill is a smaller than average school. Most pupils are from a White British heritage and all speak English as their first language. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is twice the average. The number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is much higher than average, as is the number of pupils with a statement of special educational need. The school serves an area with significant social and economic disadvantage. The school hosts a family learning centre. The current headteacher has been in post for three terms. The Early Years Foundation Stage provision is made up of a Nursery and a Reception class."

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Thornley Primary School

Cooper's Terrace
DH6 3DZ
Tel: 01429820280
Website: http://www.thornley.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils185
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%95%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%19%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 22/09/2010

"This is a below-average-sized primary school. The percentage of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is well above average. A below average proportion of pupils are from minority ethnic groups and a similar proportion speak English as an additional language. The number of pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is above average but those with a statement of special educational needs is well below average. The school has gained Activemark, Eco Schools, International Schools, Healthy Schools and Basic Skills awards."

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Wheatley Hill Community Primary School

Wheatley Hill
DH6 3RQ
Tel: 01429820594
Website: http://www.wheatleyhill.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils195
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%84%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%19%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 25/04/2008

"This average size school, with a nursery, serves a former mining village community where socio-economic characteristics are well below average. A high proportion of pupils are eligible for free school meals. Many more pupils than usual have learning difficulties and/or disabilities and a statement of special educational need. The school has additional specialist staffing to support pupils with language learning difficulties. Almost all pupils are of White British heritage. Others are from Asian or Caribbean origins and some are at an early stage of learning English. The school has the Healthy School, Activemark Gold, Artsmark, Basic Skills and International School Awards."

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Wingate Junior School

Moor Lane
TS28 5BA
Tel: 01429838313
Website: http://www.wingate-jun.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range7-11
Number of pupils170
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%76%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%18%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 20/06/2011

"This school is smaller than the average-sized primary school. Almost all pupils are from White British heritages. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is well-above average. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is average. The proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is above average. The school has achieved Healthy School status and the International Schools award."

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Wingate Infants' School

Church Street
TS28 5AQ
Tel: 01429836843
Website: http://www.wingate-inf.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-7
Number of pupils140
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 06/10/2008

"Wingate Infants School is a smaller than average sized school. The intake has risen since the last inspection. The school serves a community where socio-economic disadvantage is above average. Pupils come from families with a predominantly White British heritage. There is a very small number of pupils whose first language is not English. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is above average as is the percentage of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The school has Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) provision. In recent years, the school has gained the Healthy School Award, Artsmark and Activemark Gold Awards and the Basic Skills Agency Quality Mark for the third time. In the current year, the school has gained Investing in Children and the International School Awards."

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Cotsford Junior School

Third Street
SR8 4EH
Tel: 01915864660
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range7-11
Number of pupils130
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%65%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%12%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 16/06/2010

"This is a below average sized school. A well above average proportion of pupils is known to be eligible for free school meals. An above average proportion of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities. Few pupils are from minority ethnic groups and very few speak English as an additional language. The school has gained Activemark (Gold), Eco School, International and Healthy School awards."

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Cotsford Infant School

Cotsford Park
SR8 4TB
Tel: 01915865372
Website: http://www.cotsford-inf.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-7
Number of pupils95
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 07/05/2009

"This smaller than average sized infant school, serves families mainly from its local village. The locality has areas of marked economic disadvantage. A well above average number of pupils are eligible for free school meals. Almost all pupils are from White British families. Of the few from minority ethnic backgrounds, none are learning English as an additional language. A very high proportion of pupils have learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Early Years Foundation Stage provision is in the Reception Year."

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Shotton Primary School

Grange Terrace
DH6 2JP
Tel: 01915262006
Website: http://shottonprimaryblogs.net/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils400
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%80%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%18%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 01/04/2009

"This above average size primary school serves families from the villages of Shotton and Haswell that were once East Durham mining communities in a locality with areas of economic disadvantage. A well above average number of pupils are eligible for free school meals. Almost all pupils are from White British families. Of the few from other ethnic backgrounds, mainly of Asian heritage, a small number are learning English as an additional language. A high proportion of pupils have learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Early Years Foundation Stage provision is in the Nursery and Reception Years."

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Acre Rigg Infant School

Acre Rigg Road
SR8 2DU
Tel: 01915864437
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/acrerigginf.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-7
Number of pupils280
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 27/03/2007

"The school serves an area of lower social and economic circumstances than usual. The pupil population is relatively stable and comes almost entirely from White British families. The great majority of children join the school in the Nursery and attend on a part-time basis. The school is running a pilot programme for two-year-olds who learn with the Nursery children and have their own members of staff. Standards on entry are below average, with a high proportion of children having speech and language and/or behavioural disabilities. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is higher than average."

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Sedgefield Primary School

Rectory Row
TS21 2BJ
Tel: 01740620359
Website: http://www.sedgefield-pri.durham.sch.uk/contacts/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils205
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%93%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%29%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/05/2008

"Sedgefield Primary School is smaller than the average sized primary school. The school serves the village of Sedgefield, an area with few characteristics of socio-economic deprivation. Almost all the pupils are of White British heritage. The percentage of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is in line with the national average, but is well below for those with a statement of special educational need"

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Sedgefield Hardwick Primary School

Hawthorn Road
TS21 3DA
Tel: 01740620041
Website: http://www.sedgefieldhardwick.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils230
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%92%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%56%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 09/03/2010

"This is a smaller than average size school. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is well below average. Most pupils are of White British heritage. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is below average. The school has Activemark and achieved the International Schools Award in 2009."

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Copeland Road Primary School

West Auckland
DL14 9JJ
Tel: 01388832576
Website: http://www.copelandroad.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils145
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%75%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 20/03/2009

"This is a below average sized rural school. The area served by the school is mixed socially and economically. An above average proportion of pupils has learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Most pupils are White British and very few pupils are from minority ethnic groups or have English as an additional language. The headteacher has been in post for almost two years. Recent awards include the Healthy School standard, Activemark Gold and Investing in Children. The Early Years Foundation Stage comprises a Reception class. Pupils can attend a daily breakfast club on site."

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St Andrew's Primary School

St Andrew's Road
DL14 6RY
Tel: 01388605385
Website: http://www.st-andrews-pri.durham.sch.uk/contacts/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils115
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%67%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%13%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 22/03/2011

"St Andrew's is smaller than the average-size primary school. Most pupils are from White British backgrounds. The proportion of pupils from minority ethnic groups is below average and few speak English as an additional language. There are no pupils learning to speak English. The largest minority group is of Gypsy heritage. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is around twice the national average. Above average proportions of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities and more than average have statements of special educational needs. More pupils than usual join the school or leave at other than the normal time. The school runs a breakfast club before the start of the school day."

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Byerley Park Primary School

Greenfield Way
DL5 7LE
Tel: 01325300598
Website: http://www.byerleypark.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils215
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%82%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%18%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 15/09/2011

"The school is an average-sized primary school. Most pupils are of White British heritage. The proportion of pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds is below average and very few pupils speak English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is well below average. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is below the national average. Since the time of the last inspection, the school has undergone a number of staffing changes, including the retirement of a number of long-serving staff. The school has the Eco Silver Status, International School, Basic Skills, Artsmark Silver and Activemark awards."

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Horndale Infants' School

Scholars Path
DL5 7HB
Tel: 01325300228
Website: http://www.horndale.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-7
Number of pupils150
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 13/03/2007

"This is a small school, situated in the town of Newton Aycliffe. Pupils who attend come from the locality which is a mixed, but predominantly disadvantaged community where unemployment is high. Most pupils are from White British backgrounds. Very few are from minority ethnic families and none are learning English as an additional language. The percentage of pupils eligible for a free school meal is double the national average. The proportion of children with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is well above the national average. The school has part-time nursery provision for 52 children and attainment on entry to the school is well below that which is typical of three-year-olds."

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Langley Park Primary School

Langley Park
DH7 9XN
Tel: 01913731398
Website: http://www.langleypark.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils205
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%73%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%23%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 03/02/2010

"This is an average-sized primary school which serves a rural village five miles north-west of Durham. A well-above-average proportion of pupils are entitled to free school meals. Most pupils are White British and few speak English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is above average. The school has gained Artsmark, Activemark, Eco-schools and Healthy Schools awards. Provision for the Early Years Foundation Stage is in one Nursery class and one Reception class."

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Shield Row Primary School

King Edward VIII Terrace
DH9 0HQ
Tel: 01207239661
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/shield.durham/orderform.html

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils185
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%76%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%29%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 15/02/2011

"The school serves a community on the edge of the town of Stanley. It is smaller than most primary schools. More pupils than usual are known to be eligible for free school meals and the numbers are increasing. The very great majority of pupils are of White British heritage. There is a higher proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities than average, with more than three times the percentage of pupils with a statement of special educational needs. The school provides a breakfast club each morning."

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South Hetton Primary School

Frederick Terrace
DH6 2TJ
Tel: 01915261662
Website: http://www.southhetton.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils260
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%73%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%19%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 23/03/2010

"South Hetton is an average-sized school. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is higher than average. Almost all pupils are White British and speak English as their first language. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is much higher than average. An average proportion of pupils have a statement of special educational needs. The school has many awards including the Healthy Schools Award and Activemark Gold for the promotion of a healthy lifestyle."

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Yohden Primary School

Windsor Terrace
SR8 4HP
Tel: 01915863096
Website: http://www.yohden.durham.sch.uk/contacts/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils170
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%85%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%11%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 14/06/2010

"Yohden Primary School is a school of average size where the majority of pupils are White British. A very few pupils speak English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is well above the national average. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is higher than the national average and there are presently no pupils with a statement of special educational needs."

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Howletch Lane Primary School

Pennine Drive
SR8 2NQ
Tel: 01915862765
Website: http://www.howletchlane.co.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils445
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%76%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%13%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 11/04/2011

"Howletch Lane is a much larger than average-size school. Almost all pupils are of White British heritage, with very few who speak English as an additional language. The school is part of a national pilot scheme which enables all pupils to access a free school meal. A below-average proportion of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities, but over three times the average have a statement of special educational needs. The school hosts a designated resource base for up to 20 pupils with physical disabilities from across East Durham. The school has gained the Investors in People and awards for the school's success in music. The on-site Children's Centre with childcare and pre-school provision is subject to a separate inspection and will receive its own inspection report."

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Dene House Primary School

Manor Way
SR8 5RL
Tel: 01915862937
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-11
Number of pupils295
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%54%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%3%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 25/11/2010

"This is larger than the average-sized primary school and serves the surrounding estates. All pupils are of White British heritage. The school is part of a national pilot scheme which enables all pupils to access a free school meal. One third of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities and a below-average proportion has a statement of special educational needs. The on-site Children's Centre provision for childcare and pre-school is subject to a separate inspection and will receive its own inspection report. The school has gained the Investing in Children and the Eco-School awards and participates in the Family Initiative Supporting Children's Health programme."

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Blackhall Colliery Primary School

Middle Street
TS27 4NA
Tel: 01915864049
Website: http://www.blackhallcolliery.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils250
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%74%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%3%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 19/10/2010

"Blackhall Colliery Primary School is larger than most schools of similar type. The vast majority of its pupils are from White British backgrounds. Very few pupils are from minority ethnic groups or speak English as an additional language. A well above average proportion of pupils is known to be eligible for free school meals. Around a third of the school's pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities, which is well above average. Pupils with statements of special educational needs make up just over 1% of the school's roll, which is average. Since the previous inspection, there have been many staffing changes and the current headteacher has been in post just over a year. There is a breakfast club for pupils from nursery age to Year 6."

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Vane Road Primary School

Vane Road
DL5 5RH
Tel: 01325300380
Website: http://www.vaneroad.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-11
Number of pupils330
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%82%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%18%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 13/05/2009

"Vane Road Primary School is a larger than average primary school occupying two separate buildings but is designated as a single site. Most pupils are of White British heritage and there are a few pupils from minority ethnic groups but none who speak English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils entitled to claim free school meals is below average. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities, including those who have a statement of special educational need, is below average. Children in the Early Years Foundation Stage receive full time provision in the Reception class."

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Sugar Hill Primary School

Sheraton Road
DL5 5NU
Tel: 01325300334
Website: http://durham.schooljotter.com/sugar/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils460
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%76%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%12%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 20/05/2010

"This is a much larger than average primary school. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is above average. The largest majority of pupils are from White British heritage backgrounds. The proportions of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities and of those with a statement of special educational needs are above average. The school has achieved the Healthy Schools, Artsmark and Activemark awards. The headteacher has been in post since January 2008."

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Roseberry Primary and Nursery School

Pelton Lane
DH2 1NP
Tel: 01913700182
Website: http://www.peltonroseberry.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils170
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%86%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%11%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 24/06/2010

"This is a smaller than average size school. Nearly all pupils are from White British heritage and very few speak English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is above average. The proportion of pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is also above average, and the proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is average."

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Bullion Lane Primary School

Bullion Lane
DH2 2DP
Tel: 01913882482
Website: http://www.bullionlane.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils310
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%86%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%16%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 03/04/2008

"This is a larger than average primary school, with nursery provision, in an area of significant social deprivation. Nearly three times the national average of pupils are eligible for free school meals and the proportion with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is within the highest category nationally. Almost all pupils are from White British families and there are no pupils whose home language is not English. The school provides extended services for the community and has Basic Skills Quality Mark, National Healthy Schools Status, Activemark and Artsmark Gold awards."

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Easington Colliery Primary School

Whickham Street
SR8 3DJ
Tel: 01915270293
Website: http://www.easingtoncolliery.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range4-11
Number of pupils440
School linked toEasington Colliery Infant School
Easington Colliery Junior School
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Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%78%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%15%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 09/06/2010

"This is a much larger than average primary school. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is higher than average. Almost all pupils are White British and speak English as their first language. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is much higher than average, although the proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is average. The school has many awards including National Healthy School Status and the International School Award. Separate childcare provision shares the school site, but this is not managed by the governing body and is subject to a separate inspection."

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Durham Gilesgate Primary School

Kepier Crescent
DH1 1PH
Tel: 01913847284
Website: http://www.durhamgilesgate-pri.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range3-11
Number of pupils195
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%68%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%11%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 01/07/2010

"Durham Gilesgate is a smaller- than- average school. Most pupils are from a White British background with a very small number learning English as an additional language. There is an attached resource provision for up to 15 pupils, all of whom are profoundly deaf. As a consequence, the proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is six times the average. Across the whole school the number of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is twice the average. The school is part of a national pilot scheme which enables all pupils to access free school meals. The Early Years Foundation Stage includes school-initiated outreach provision, supported by the local authority, to meet the needs of Nursery-aged children with complex special educational needs and/or disabilities. There are a very small number of looked after children. A new Chair of Governors was appointed in January 2010. The school has achieved the Investing in Children and the International School Intermediate awards."

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Chester-le-Street CofE (Controlled) Junior School

Hilda Park
DH2 2JT
Tel: 01913882328
Website: http://www.chester-le-street.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range7-11
Number of pupils200
School linked toSouth Pelaw Infant School
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Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%79%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%23%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 17/05/2011

"This is a smaller than average sized school. Almost all of the pupils are of White British heritage, with very few who speak English as an additional language. The school is part of a national pilot scheme which enables all pupils to access a free school meal. A higher than average proportion of pupils has special educational needs and/or disabilities. An average number have a statement of special educational needs. In partnership with the on-site infant school, the school extends its services in that it provides a breakfast club and after-school club. The school has gained the Artsmark Gold, International School and UNICEF Rights Respecting awards."

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Ebchester CofE Primary School

Shaw Lane
DH8 0QB
Tel: 01207560349
Website: http://www.ebchester.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range5-11
Number of pupils75
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%83%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%17%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 24/06/2009

"This much smaller than average size primary school serves families from Ebchester village and the Derwent Valley to the north of Consett. It is a locality where living standards are broadly average. An average number of pupils are eligible for free school meals. All pupils are from White British families. A well above average proportion of pupils has a wide range of learning difficulties and/or disabilities and a few have a statement of special educational need. Early Years Foundation Stage provision is in the Reception Year. The school has the Investors in Children award, the Healthy School Award and Activemark for sport."

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St Stephen's Church of England Primary School

Hall Lane
DL15 0QH
Tel: 01388746426
Website: http://www.ststephenscofe.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range3-11
Number of pupils240
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%92%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%35%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 24/04/2008

"The school serves as area with lower social and economic circumstances than usual. Almost all pupils come from White British families. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is lower than average."

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Stanhope Barrington CofE Primary School

Westcroft
DL13 2NU
Tel: 01388528218
Website: http://www.stanhopebarrington.durham.sch.uk/contacts/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range3-11
Number of pupils120
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%76%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%24%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 27/11/2007

"Stanhope Barrington is a smaller than average primary school set in a small rural town in West Durham. The area has seen a significant decline in employment in recent years and suffers from rural deprivation. All children are of white British heritage. The childrens attainment when they first start school is lower than that typical for their age. Fewer children than average are entitled to free school meals and the proportion of children with learning difficulties and disabilities is also below average. There is a new Sure Start childrens centre attached to the school which is also managed by the headteacher. The school holds Sports Activemark and the Basic Skills Award. The school has experienced staffing difficulties, and disruption to the learning environment owing to refurbishment of the building and new construction over the last two years. The inspector evaluated the overall effectiveness of the school and investigated the following issues: achievement and standards, particularly in mathematics, the quality of teaching and learning, and leadership and management with a particular focus on the effectiveness of monitoring of the work of the school. Evidence was gathered from the schools documents including the self-evaluation form, national published assessment data, the schools own records of pupils progress and its plans for further development. All classes were observed by the inspector accompanied by the headteacher. Discussions with the headteacher, staff and pupils were held, and the parents questionnaires were examined."

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Startforth Morritt Memorial CofE Primary School

Startforth
DL12 9AQ
Tel: 01833638280
Website: http://www.startforthmorritt.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range4-11
Number of pupils55
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%71%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%14%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 06/02/2007

"This school is smaller than most primary schools and serves a rural area of broadly average social and economic circumstances. The overwhelming majority of pupils are of White British heritage. The percentage with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is smaller than in most schools."

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Green Lane Church of England Controlled Primary School

Green Lane
DL12 8LG
Tel: 01833690298
Website: http://www.greenlaneschool.net

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range4-11
Number of pupils210
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%88%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%28%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 05/06/2009

"This is an average sized primary school. Almost all pupils are White British with very few at an early stage of acquiring English. The percentage eligible for free school meals is below average. The number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities has increased and is now above average. Most children are admitted having first attended an on-site privately run Nursery which was inspected separately by Ofsted. The Early Years Foundation Stage provision is a Reception class. The school has a lead role in a partnership with other primary schools providing primary teacher training."

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St Anne's CofE Primary School

Warwick Road
DL14 6LS
Tel: 01388603359
Website: http://www.st-annes-pri.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range4-11
Number of pupils210
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%93%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%29%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 09/06/2010

"This is an average-sized school. Nearly all pupils are from White British families; a few come from minority ethnic families. A below average proportion of pupils are known to be eligible for free school meals. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is also below average. Two of the school's teachers are currently on maternity leave and are due to return shortly. The school holds a number of awards, including the Activemark for Sport, the Healthy Schools Award and the International Schools Award. A childcare facility, Buddies, operates on the school's premises, but is privately run and is subject to a separate inspection."

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Evenwood CofE Primary School

New Road
DL14 9QZ
Tel: 01388832047
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/ewood.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range3-11
Number of pupils95
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 11/05/2010

"The school serves two local authority housing estates in the village. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is much larger than is usual. Pupils are predominantly White British. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is well above average and there currently no pupils with a statement of special educational needs. There are more boys than girls in the school, particularly in Key Stage 2. More pupils move in and out of the school during the year than is usual. The governors provide a breakfast club every morning. The school has had a large number of different headteachers over recent years but the current headteacher has been in post for two years. Several teachers have moved to teach in different age groups or are new to the school this year. The governing body has also had several changes of personnel."

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Gainford CofE Primary School

Low Road
DL2 3DR
Tel: 01325730274
Website: http://www.gainford.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range4-11
Number of pupils95
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%10%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 15/09/2010

"This is a small school which serves the local community and families from surrounding areas who choose the school for its faith status. Nearly all pupils are White British and none speaks English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is lower than that found nationally and no pupil has a statement of special educational needs. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is considerably lower than the national average. The current level of mobility is higher than that found nationally."

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Ingleton CofE Primary School

Manor Road
DL2 3JE
Tel: 01325730366
Website: http://www.ingleton.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range5-11
Number of pupils75
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%83%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%50%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 23/03/2009

"This small school is located in Ingleton, midway between Darlington and Barnard Castle. It draws pupils from the immediate village and surrounding area. While the number of primary aged pupils living in the schools catchment has declined in recent years, this is now increasing with the school roll projected to rise again from September 2009. All pupils are of White British heritage. Relatively few are entitled to a free school meal, reflecting the relative social advantage which characterises the area. The school is organised into three classes; Reception, Year 1 and 2 pupils are grouped together and two further classes for lower and upper Key Stage 2. An average proportion of pupils have learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The school offers childcare facilities in the morning and after the school day for pupils who attend Ingleton and other neighbouring primary schools. The school has successfully acquired a range of accredited awards, including Investors in People and Investors in Children, Healthy Schools Award, Activemark and the Global Partnership Award."

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Staindrop CofE (Controlled) Primary School

Black Swan Wynd
DL2 3NL
Tel: 01833660334
Website: http://www.staindrop-pri.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range4-11
Number of pupils180
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%85%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%50%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 24/06/2010

"This is a smaller than average school. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is below average. Most pupils are from White British backgrounds. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is average. The proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is below average. More pupils than usual enter or leave the school throughout the course of the year. The school has achieved the Healthy Schools and Activemark awards in the last two years. There have been various changes to the senior leadership team since the last inspection."

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Belmont CofE (Controlled) Junior School

Buckinghamshire Road
DH1 2QP
Tel: 01913844178
Website: http://www.belmontcofejuniorschool.co.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range7-11
Number of pupils160
School linked toBelmont Infant School
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Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%90%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%15%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 25/06/2009

"The school is situated on a campus shared with an infant school and arts college. It serves a mainly advantaged catchment area which includes a diverse social and economic community. The school community is stable and entitlement to free school meals is low. Almost all pupils are of White British heritage. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is about average. Special provision for a small number of pupils with impaired vision is fully integrated with the schools daily life. The headteacher leaves at the end of the term. A new headteacher has been appointed for September 2009."

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St Oswald's Church of England Aided Primary and Nursery School

Church Street
DH1 3DQ
Tel: 01913868029
Website: http://www.stoswaldsdurham.net/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range3-8
Number of pupils140
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 13/09/2007

"St Oswalds Church of England (Aided) Infant and Nursery School is situated in the centre of Durham. It is smaller than average. The proportion of pupils entitled to free school meals is below that found nationally. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is slightly higher than the national average, although the number of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is below that found nationally. There is a higher proportion of pupils from a minority ethnic background than that found nationally and the majority of these pupils do not have English as their first language. Many do not have experience of formal education in their home country. Pupils attend the school from a wide area, often because their parents work in the city centre. The school has gained several awards including the Basic Skills Quality Mark, PE Active Mark and the School Achievement Award on two occasions."

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Shincliffe CofE (Controlled) Primary School

Beal Walk
DH1 2PN
Tel: 01913843739
Website: http://www.shincliffe.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range4-11
Number of pupils215
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%38%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 12/02/2007

"The school is about average size. Most pupils are White British, with only few from minority ethnic groups, mainly British Asian or Chinese. No pupils are supported to learn English. A high percentage of pupils attend from beyond the schools catchment zone, because of its very good reputation in the community. The proportion of pupils who claim a free school meal is below the national average. Fewer pupils than average have learning difficulties and disabilities (LDD). Childrens attainment on entry is typical for their age."

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St Margaret's Church of England Primary School

Crossgate Peth
DH1 4QB
Tel: 01913847331
Website: http://www.st-margarets.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range4-11
Number of pupils390
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%95%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%38%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 12/01/2009

"St Margarets is a larger than average size primary school which serves a locality of relatively high social advantage. A well below average proportion of pupils is eligible for free school meals. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities, including those with a statement of special educational need, is below average. Many pupils have a White British heritage. Almost a fifth come from other backgrounds, mostly European, American and Asian and a minority of them are learning to speak English as an additional language. The school provides for children in the EYFS in the Reception class."

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Easington CofE Primary School

Easington Village
SR8 3BP
Tel: 01915270259
Website: http://www.easington-pri.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range4-11
Number of pupils115
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%76%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%24%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 17/10/2006

"This is a smaller than average sized school. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is below the national average. An average proportion of pupils is identified as having learning difficulties and/or disabilities. All pupils are from White British backgrounds. The number of pupils in each year group is small and caution needs to be exercised in interpreting differences in national assessment and test results from year to year. Standards when children start school in Reception vary from below average to above average. The school has achieved the Active Mark Gold Award, Healthy Schools Status and The Quality Mark in 2005."

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Hutton Henry CofE (Controlled) Primary School

Hutton Henry
TS27 4RY
Tel: 01429836219
Website: http://www.huttonhenry.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Controlled School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range4-11
Number of pupils45
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%80%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%20%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 06/07/2009

"Hutton Henry is a small village school serving a former mining community with some disadvantage. The school, which has a decreasing roll, has two mixed-aged classes. Reception and Years 1 and 2 are in one class and Years 3 to 6 in the other. All pupils are of a White British heritage. About one third is eligible for free school meals, well above average. A higher than average number of pupils has learning difficulties and/or disabilities, with a higher than average proportion with a statement of special educational need. The school provides for Early Years Foundation Stage in a mixed age Reception and Year 1 and 2 class."

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St Cuthbert's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, New Seaham

Mill Road
SR7 0HW
Tel: 01915813090
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range5-11
Number of pupils205
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%82%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%41%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 03/12/2008

"The school serves an area with mixed social and economic circumstances that are close to average. Fewer pupils are eligible to receive free school meals than usual. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is broadly average with few pupils with a full statement of special educational need. There is a small proportion of pupils from minority ethnic groups. In the past few years there have been more pupils joining the school midway through their education and the proportion is now broadly average. There are more children entering the school with literacy difficulties than at the previous inspection. The school makes provision for children in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)."

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St Mary Magdalen's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Seaham

Dene House Road
SR7 7BJ
Tel: 01915813055
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range5-11
Number of pupils230
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%74%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%19%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 07/03/2011

"This is a smallerthan-average-size school where the proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is in line with the national average. There are few pupils from minority ethnic groups and presently no pupils speak English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities, or who have a statement of special need is well below the national average. The school has achieved Healthy School status. After a period of instability a new headteacher was appointed in September 2009 and a deputy headteacher in September 2010."

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Bowes Hutchinson's CofE (Aided) School

Bowes
DL12 9LG
Tel: 01833628291
Website: http://www.boweshutchinsonsschool.org.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range4-11
Number of pupils35
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%86%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%14%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 16/01/2009

"This is a small primary school traditionally serving a small rural village and isolated farms. Almost all pupils are from White British backgrounds and none are at an early stage of acquiring English. The number of pupils eligible for free school meals is below average. Many parents have chosen to send their children to Bowes and almost half of the pupils come from beyond the immediate locality. The school has gained an excellent reputation for its provision for pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and the number in this grouping is well above average. Pupils are educated in three classes, all with mixed ages. The children in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) are taught in the same class as Year 1 and Year 2 pupils."

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St Cuthbert's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

Ropery Lane
DH3 3PH
Tel: 01913882305
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/sccls.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils195
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%30%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 30/06/2008

"The school is above average in size. It serves an area where socio-economic conditions are favourable and very few pupils are eligible for free school meals. The school population is stable. Very few pupils come from minority ethnic backgrounds; all pupils speak English at home. The percentage of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is well below the national average."

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St Bede's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Sacriston

Front Street
DH7 6AB
Tel: 01913710272
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range5-11
Number of pupils75
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%76%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%6%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/12/2009

"St Bede's is a small school serving the former mining community of Sacriston to the north west of Durham City. Most pupils come from the immediate locality but a few travel from further afield. Nearly all pupils are from a White British background with a very small number who speak English as an additional language. The number eligible for free school meals is below average. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is close to twice the national average and this varies from year group to year group. The Early Years Foundation Stage consists of a small group of Reception age children who are taught in a mixed-age class with Years 1 and 2. The school has the full International, Healthy Schools and Activemark awards."

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St Benet's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

St Benet's Way
DH2 1QX
Tel: 01914105857
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range3-11
Number of pupils250
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%34%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/02/2007

"The school is similar in size to primary schools nationally. It is in an area that is above average in terms of social and economic advantage. The proportion of pupils who claim a free school meal is lower than the national average. Fewer pupils than nationally have learning difficulties and disabilities. The proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational need is about average. Most children are White British with a few from minority ethnic backgrounds. On entry to school standards are broadly typical of children of Nursery age."

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St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Stanley

Front Street
DH9 0NP
Tel: 01207232624
Website:

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils200
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%90%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%28%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 05/07/2007

"This smaller than average school serves an urban population that has significant disadvantage. Almost all pupils are from White British backgrounds. Very few are from minority ethnic groups and of these a below average proportion is learning English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is below average, although in Years 2 and 3 it is much higher than in the rest of the school. There are above average and increasing numbers of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. On entry to the Reception class, childrens attainment is below that expected for their age. Large scale building works to extend the accommodation were underway at the time of the inspection. The school has the Healthy Schools Award and Activemark."

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St Patrick's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Dipton

North Road
DH9 9BB
Tel: 01207570316
Website: http://www.stpatrickslangleymoor.org.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils175
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%93%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%32%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 16/10/2007

"St Patricks is a smaller than average school in a rural village near Durham. Pupil numbers are rising. Most pupils are of White British origin and the number of pupils entitled to claim a free school meal is below the national average. The number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is well above the national average. The school received Beacon status in 1999; they also have the intermediate International Dimension award."

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St Mary's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, South Moor

Hustledown
DH9 6PH
Tel: 01207232189
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils115
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%63%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%13%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 04/12/2008

"This is a small primary school. Most pupils are White British. None are at an early stage of speaking English as an additional language. The percentage of pupils eligible for free school meals is above average. The proportion with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is average. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) provision includes Reception children taught in a class with Year 1 pupils."

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St Mary's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Blackhill

Pemberton Road
DH8 8JD
Tel: 01207502657
Website: http://www.blackhill-st-marys-rc.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range5-11
Number of pupils210
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%89%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%15%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 09/02/2010

"The school is slightly larger than average. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is slightly higher than most schools. There are very few pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds and of these very few are at the early stages of learning English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities, including those with a statement of special educational needs, is above average. The school has a stable population with few pupils joining or leaving other than at the usual times. There has been recent significant building work undertaken with a new office and toilet area and two new classrooms for Year 2 and Reception."

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St Pius X Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

Thornfield Road
DH8 8AX
Tel: 01207503604
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range5-11
Number of pupils95
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%33%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/05/2009

"This very small school serves an area of high social and economic disadvantage on the outskirts of Consett. An above average proportion of pupils are eligible for a free school meal. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is well above average, including an above average number of pupils with a statement of special educational need. All pupils are White British. Almost a third of pupils join the school at times other than the typical starting point into the Early Years Foundation Stage. The Early Years Foundation Stage comprises children working alongside Key Stage 1 pupils. Recent awards include a Healthy School and a sporting award. The headteacher was appointed following the previous inspection."

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St Patrick's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Consett

Stanley Street
DH8 6LN
Tel: 01207503982
Website: http://www.stpatricksrc-consett.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range3-11
Number of pupils435
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%57%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%16%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 30/11/2009

"This school is much larger than average. It serves the widespread parish of St Patrick and also takes pupils from elsewhere. Ninety-five per cent of pupils are White British. Five per cent come from Other White or Mixed White backgrounds. Three per cent are Polish and are at an early stage of learning English as an additional language when they start school. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is broadly average as is the number with a statement of special educational need. The Nursery takes children part-time from the age of three. The Early Years Foundation Stage consists of a Nursery and two Reception classes which operate as an early years' unit. The school holds the International Schools, Healthy Schools and Active Mark Gold awards. It also holds an Anti-Bullying Accreditation and has won Durham County sports awards over the past three years."

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Esh CofE (Aided) Primary School

Front Street
DH7 9QR
Tel: 01913731324
Website: http://wwww.esh.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range4-11
Number of pupils95
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%92%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%25%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 26/09/2008

"This is a below average sized school situated in a small village close to Durham city. Pupils attending the school come from the local community. The area is mixed socially and economically. Most pupils are of White British heritage. A below average proportion of pupils is eligible for a free school meal. There is a below average number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Recent awards include Basic Skills Quality Mark, Healthy School Award, Activemark and Silver Artsmark. The school shares a sports hall and a multi-purpose outdoor area with a neighbouring school."

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St Michael's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Esh Laude

Esh Village
DH7 9QY
Tel: 01913731205
Website: http://www.stmichaelseshlaude.org.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range5-11
Number of pupils165
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%96%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%48%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 07/03/2007

"Over half the pupils in this small and oversubscribed village school live locally and the rest travel from further away because of the schools popularity. The wide catchment area represents a cross-section of socio-economic backgrounds. Below average numbers take free school meals. An above average number of pupils have learning difficulties and disabilities but there are no pupils with a statement of special needs. Nearly all pupils are from White British families and almost all have English as their first language. Children start in Reception with knowledge and skills that are broadly average. The majority of them have attended a state nursery or playgroup. The school holds the Artsmark Silver award."

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Our Lady and St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Brooms

St Ives Road
DH8 7SN
Tel: 01207503979
Website: http://ourladyandstjosephs.com/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils115
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%72%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%6%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 04/06/2009

"The school is smaller than most schools and serves pupils from the local parish and village. The socio-economic factors are below average. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is broadly average. The percentage of pupils from minority ethnic groups is low and none are at an early stage of speaking English. Almost half the pupils have learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Children in the Early Years Foundation Stage join the school from a number of local nurseries. These children receive full-time provision during their Reception Year in the same class as Year 1 pupils."

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Bishop Ian Ramsey CofE Primary School

Manor Road
DH8 6QN
Tel: 01207560235
Website: http://www.birmedomsley.co.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range5-11
Number of pupils190
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%88%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%25%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 24/09/2009

"This smaller than average school serves a community where socio-economic conditions are broadly average. Almost all pupils are from White British families; none speak English as an additional language. A high proportion of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities. The school recently moved into a new building and is one of two 'forest schools' in the North East of England."

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All Saints' Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

Kitswell Road
DH7 0JG
Tel: 01207520435
Website: http://www.lanchester.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils145
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%94%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%39%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 20/09/2006

"This is a small school. The vast majority of pupils are from White British heritage and none have English as an additional language. Just over 7% are from Irish Traveller families. The proportion of pupils entitled to free school meals is well below average. The percentage of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is below average, but rising. Most pupils live locally but about one third travel in from the surrounding area. Most have attended nursery prior to starting school. Over half of the staff joined the school within the past two and a half years."

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St Cuthberts Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

Church Hill
DL15 9DN
Tel: 01388762889
Website: http://www.stcuthbertscrook.org.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range3-11
Number of pupils230
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%75%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%13%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 24/09/2008

"This school is a smaller than average primary serving an area of social and economic disadvantage. The school opened in September 2008 in a new building which includes an Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) unit. The proportion of pupils entitled to free school meals is below average and most pupils are from White British backgrounds. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is below average."

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Our Lady and St Thomas Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary

Cumberland Terrace
DL15 0PB
Tel: 01388746336
Website: http://www.willingtonrc.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils120
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%22%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 09/06/2009

"This smaller than average size primary school serves the town of Willington and the surrounding area, both of which have social and economic deprivation. An above average proportion of pupils is eligible for free school meals. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average and a small number have a statement of special educational need. Almost all pupils have a White British heritage. Early Years Foundation Stage provision is in a mixed Reception and Year 1 class."

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St Michael's CofE Primary School

Front Street
DL17 9AL
Tel: 01740651482
Website: http://www.stmichaelsprimary.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range4-11
Number of pupils100
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%75%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%17%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 22/09/2009

"This is a small village school in a rural area near Ferryhill in County Durham. Ninety-seven per cent of pupils are White British. The proportion eligible for free school meals is below average. A smaller than average proportion of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities or a statement of special educational needs. The breakfast club was inspected as it is run by the governing body. The school has experienced significant staffing difficulties. The local authority supports the school. The school is led and managed by an associate headteacher for two days a week and an acting headteacher for three days a week. The school has an Activemark and an Eco-Bronze Award."

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St William's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

Elwick View
TS29 6HY
Tel: 01429880348
Website: http://www.trimdon-st-williams.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils110
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%89%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%39%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 19/09/2007

"This smaller than average sized school serves a wide area covering three Roman Catholic parishes, two of which are former mining communities. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is below average. Most pupils are of White British origin. A small number of pupils learn English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average. Attainment on entry to the Foundation stage (Reception) is generally in line with what is typical for children of this age. The headteacher has been recently appointed."

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St Charles' Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

Durham Road
DL16 6SL
Tel: 01388814285
Website: http://www.st-charles.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils205
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%89%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%11%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 21/06/2010

"This school is smaller than average. The majority of pupils are White British and few pupils speak English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is lower than average. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities, including those with a statement of special educational needs, is higher than the national average."

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St Mary's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Barnard Castle

Birch Road
DL12 8JR
Tel: 01833637029
Website: http://www.st-marysrc.durham.sch.uk/content/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils95
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%88%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%12%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/11/2007

"St Marys Roman Catholic Primary School is a small school. It serves a predominantly White British population from a wide geographical area. All pupils have English as a first language and the proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is below the national average. A below-average percentage of pupils have learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Although the school is Roman Catholic in denomination, it has many pupils from other beliefs whose parents wish them to benefit from the schools Catholic ethos."

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St Wilfrid's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

Murphy Crescent
DL14 6QH
Tel: 01388603451
Website:

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range3-11
Number of pupils230
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%86%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%7%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 09/09/2010

"This is a slightly larger than average sized primary school. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is above average. Pupils come from predominantly White British backgrounds with a few pupils attending the school each year from a Gypsy/Roma heritage. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is well above average."

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St Chad's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

The Baltic
DL14 0EP
Tel: 01388603632
Website: http://www.st-chads.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils95
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%56%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%22%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 21/09/2010

"This is a much smaller than average primary school, where the majority of pupils are from White British backgrounds. The percentage of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is lower than the national average, but the proportion with a statement of special educational needs is higher. The proportion of pupils who are known to be eligible for free school meals is below average. From 2007 until September 2010 the school was without a substantive headteacher. The current headteacher was appointed to the school in September 2010 on a part-time basis having supported the school as an associate headteacher one day per week during the previous school year."

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St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Coundon

Victoria Lane
DL14 8NN
Tel: 01388602608
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils135
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%79%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%5%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 30/09/2010

"St Joseph's is a smaller than average primary school serving a former mining community. Almost all pupils are of a White British heritage and very few pupils speak English as an additional language. The school is part of a national pilot scheme which enables all pupils to access a free school meal. About one third of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities which is well above average. The number of pupils with a statement of special educational needs is twice the national average. The headteacher was appointed in September 2009 and the deputy headteacher was appointed at the start at the current academic year."

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St Mary's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Newton Aycliffe

Central Avenue
DL5 5NP
Tel: 01325300339
Website: http://www.st-marysrc.durham.sch.uk/content/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils180
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%83%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%33%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 05/07/2011

"

This is a smaller-than-average-sized primary school. The vast majority of pupils are of White British heritage. A very small number of pupils are from minority ethnic groups and none are at an early stage of learning to speak English as an additional language. The percentage of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is broadly average. The percentage of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is below the national average, although the percentage of those with a statement of special educational needs is broadly average. The school has been awarded Healthy School status and it also holds the Activemark for its work in physical education.

The school has experienced significant staffing turbulence and disruption since the previous inspection, particularly at senior leadership level. An associate headteacher is currently leading the school full-time and will take up the substantive post from September 2011. Over the past year, the governing body has federated with another local primary school.

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St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Newton Aycliffe

Garburn Place
DL5 7DE
Tel: 01325300337
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range3-11
Number of pupils185
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%65%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%26%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 14/09/2006

"Pupils come from Newton Aycliffe and the nearby villages. Most are from a White British background. The average number taking free school meals reflects the socio-economic character of the locality. An above average number have learning difficulties and/or disabilities. An external provider is responsible for before and after school care on the premises. The school gained the Basic Skills Quality Mark in 2004 and the Healthy Schools Award in 2005."

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St Francis Church of England Aided Junior School

Scholars Path
DL5 7HB
Tel: 01325300236
Website: http://www.stfrancisjunior.org.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range7-11
Number of pupils120
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%96%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%29%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 22/09/2008

"The school is smaller than average. The majority of pupils are from White British backgrounds. The school is set in an area of very high deprivation and the proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is much higher than average. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is also well above average. Pupils join the school from a neighbouring infant school. Since the last inspection, when it was given a notice to improve, the school has gained a number of awards, including Healthy Schools and anti-bullying awards."

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St Patrick's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Langley Moor

Goatbeck Terrace
DH7 8JJ
Tel: 01913780552
Website: http://www.stpatrickslangleymoor.org.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils85
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%89%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%44%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 06/07/2011

"St Patrick's is a much smaller-than-average primary school. Most of the pupils are of White British heritage, with a few at the early stages of learning English as an additional language. A broadly average proportion of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities; none has a statement of special educational needs. A below-average proportion of pupils are known to be eligible for free school meals. However, currently, all pupils receive a free school meal as part of the national pilot scheme. The school extends its services by providing a breakfast club. The school has gained the Intermediate International School award and Healthy School status. Since the last inspection, the acting headteacher has been made the substantive post holder."

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Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Newhouse

Durham Road
DH7 9PA
Tel: 01913734343
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils95
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%45%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 02/04/2009

"This is a small primary school. The pupil roll has risen as a result of the closure of another local school and parental choice. The number of pupils eligible for free school meals is average. The number with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average. Almost all pupils are White British. None are at an early stage of acquiring English. The pupils are educated in 4 classes. The Early Years Foundation Stage provision is a Reception class that also includes some Year 1 pupils. The school has achieved the Artsmark Gold status."

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St Hild's College Church of England Aided Primary School, Durham

Renny's Lane
DH1 2HZ
Tel: 01913847451
Website: http://www.st-hilds.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range3-11
Number of pupils215
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%83%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%28%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 16/09/2010

"St Hild's is a slightly smaller than average primary school. The majority of pupils are from a White British background, with a tenth of pupils who speak English as an additional language. Almost one tenth of pupils are from a Gypsy Roma heritage. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is average. The school is part of a national pilot scheme that enables all pupils to access a free school meal. A new headteacher was appointed in January 2010. The school has achieved the Artsmark Gold, International Schools status and the Impetus Award for Human Rights."

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St Godric's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Durham

Carrhouse Drive
DH1 5LZ
Tel: 01913847452
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/sgd.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range5-11
Number of pupils210
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%73%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%20%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 03/05/2007

"The school is an average sized primary school on the edge of Durham City. Pupils are drawn from a wide socio-economic range. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is well below average. There is a below average proportion of pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds and of pupils who learn English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is below average and there are no pupils with statements of special educational needs. Childrens skills on entry to the school are typical for their age."

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St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Ushaw Moor

Durham Road
DH7 7LF
Tel: 01913730355
Website: http://www.ushawmoor-pri.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils100
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%79%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%14%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 11/06/2009

"The school is smaller than most schools and is situated in an ex-mining village community. The school serves an area of significant social deprivation. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is above average. Pupil mobility is higher than the national average. The number of pupils from minority ethnic groups is low and very few are at an early stage of speaking English. The number of pupils who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average. The percentage of pupils who have a statement of special educational need is average. Children in the Early Years Foundation Stage join the school from a number of pre-school settings. These children receive full-time provision during their Reception Year in the same class as a small number of Year 1 pupils. The school has a higher percentage of boys to girls."

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St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Durham

Mill Lane
DH1 2JQ
Tel: 01913865611
Website: http://www.stjosephsgilesgate.org.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils125
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%93%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%13%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 06/07/2010

"This is a smaller than average primary school with leadership responsibilities shared between two headteachers who job-share. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is above average. The school population is mainly White British. There are few pupils from minority ethnic groups and few pupils speak English as an additional language. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is higher than national levels as is the proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational needs. The number of pupils joining and leaving the school during the year is above what might normally be expected."

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Blue Coat CofE (Aided) Junior School

Langley Road
DH1 5LP
Tel: 01913865975
Website: http://www.bluecoat.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range7-11
Number of pupils220
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%86%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%28%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/05/2008

"Blue Coat Church of England (Aided) Junior School is an average sized school in an urban area near the city of Durham. Numbers have risen recently and pupils join or leave the school through the year. The proportion of pupils entitled to claim free school meals is slightly below the national average. The number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is broadly average. The majority of pupils are White British. The school has achieved a number of awards including Artsmark Gold, Basic Skills Quality Mark, BECTA ICT Mark, International Award (Intermediate level), Activemark and Investors in Children Award."

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St Thomas More Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary

Thorndale Road
DH1 2AQ
Tel: 01913864761
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/sttmore.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils115
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%73%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%27%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 05/10/2010

"St Thomas More is smaller than most primary schools. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is lower than average. There is a lower than average proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities. Nearly all the pupils are from White British backgrounds. There has been a significant turnover of staff since the last inspection. The school has Healthy School status and an International Schools award."

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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Murton

Church Lane
SR7 9RD
Tel: 01915261795
Website: http://www.murton-st-josephs.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils125
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%100%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%50%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 13/01/2009

"This is a smaller than average size primary school. It makes provision for children in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). The pupils are mostly of White British heritage. There are very few pupils from a minority ethnic background. Most of these pupils are bilingual. The percentage of pupils entitled to free school meals is below the national average. The proportion of pupils who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities including those with a statement of special educational need is below that found nationally. The school has been successful in achieving the Basic Skills Award and the Sports Activemark."

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St Godric's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Thornley

Thornley Road
DH6 3NR
Tel: 01429820333
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/thornleyrc.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils105
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%71%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%29%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 10/05/2011

"This is a smaller-than-average primary school. Most pupils are of White British heritage. A high proportion of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities. The proportion of pupils who are known to be eligible for free school meals is well above average. Levels of pupil mobility are high with as many as 55% of pupils in some cohorts entering the school during Key Stage 2, often as late as Year 6. There have been a number of changes to staffing since the last inspection. In September 2006 the school entered a federation with another small local primary school in a nearby village. The headteacher is responsible for leading and managing both schools. The school has achieved the Healthy Schools Standard, Artsmark Gold, and Activemark. An after school Sure Start childcare company shares the school premises. This provision is subject to separate inspection arrangements."

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Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary

Fleming Field
DH6 2JQ
Tel: 01915261531
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/olol.durham/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils130
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%79%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%14%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 22/05/2007

"The school is situated in a former coal mining community on the outskirts of Peterlee where unemployment is high. It is smaller than most primary schools. The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is broadly average. Most pupils are from White British families: very few are from minority ethnic groups. The number of pupils who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities is above average. Pupils are taught in mixed age classes and sometimes across key stages, depending on the numbers in each year. The school offers a breakfast club and a number of after school clubs as well as family learning support programmes. Due to the recent closure of a nearby school, several pupils of various ages have joined this school."

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St Mary's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Wingate


TS28 5AN
Tel: 01429838294
Website: http://www.st-marysrc.durham.sch.uk/content/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils60
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 08/07/2010

"The school is a much smaller than average size primary school. The proportion of pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds is very low. The largest group of pupils is from White British backgrounds. The proportion of pupils who are known to be eligible for free school meals is high. The percentage of pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is much greater than that found nationally, as is the proportion of pupils who have a statement of special educational needs."

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St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, Blackhall

Coast Road
TS27 4HE
Tel: 01915864308
Website: http://www.st-josephsrc-pri.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range4-11
Number of pupils70
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%76%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%24%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 04/03/2008

"This smaller than average size primary school serves mainly Roman Catholic families in the coastal area of south-east Durham. Although a below average proportion of pupils take free school meals, the locality is disadvantaged in terms of its socio-economic character The number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is also below average although an above average number have a statement for special educational need. Almost all pupils have a White British heritage and none are learning English as an additional language. The school has the Activemark, Basic Skills Quality Mark, Healthy Schools and International School Status awards."

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Our Lady Star of the Sea Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary

Thorpe Road
SR8 4AB
Tel: 01915863895
Website: http://www.our-lady-star.lancsngfl.ac.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range5-11
Number of pupils100
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%44%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 07/06/2007

"This is a smaller than average school. It serves an area of high deprivation in a former coal mining town. Pupils come from a range of socio-economic circumstances. Nearly all are White British; none is at an early stage of learning English. The proportion of pupils identified with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is well above average, as is the proportion known to be entitled to free school meals. Following its previous inspection in 2005, the school was judged to have serious weaknesses."

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Our Lady of the Rosary Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary

Westway
SR8 1DE
Tel: 01915862264
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range3-11
Number of pupils325
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%78%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%28%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 13/07/2010

"This is a larger than average school. There are very few minority ethnic pupils, including those whose first language is not English. An average proportion of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities, although a greater than average proportion of pupils have a statement of special education needs. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is above average."

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Blessed John Duckett Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary

Smith Street
DL13 4AU
Tel: 01388731082
Website: http://www.blessedjohnduckett.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range3-11
Number of pupils95
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%64%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%27%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 21/11/2007

"This smaller than average size primary school serves a small West Durham town and the surrounding rural locality, which is an area of socio-economic disadvantage. All pupils are of White British heritage. An above average proportion of pupils are eligible to receive free school meals. The number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is below average. The school has the Healthy School, the Activemark, the ICT Quality Mark, and the Artsmark awards."

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St John's Church of England Aided Primary School, Shildon

Jubilee Road
DL4 2EQ
Tel: 01388773476
Website: http://www.st-johnscofe.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range3-11
Number of pupils245
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
KS2: % pupils achieving expected level75%75%
KS2: % pupils exceeding expected level21%25%

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 27/03/2008

"The school is average size and nearly all pupils are from White British heritage. It is set in an area of high social and economic deprivation. The percentage of pupils eligible for free school meals is very high, so too is the proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. There is a higher than average proportion of pupils with a statement of special educational need. The school has distinctive Christian values and close links with the local and global community through the parish church."

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Seaham School of Technology

Burnhall Drive
SR7 0EN
Tel: 01915161600
Website: http://www.seahamschool.com/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-16
Number of pupils830
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9559.4
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%71%

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Fyndoune Community College

Findon Hill
DH7 6LU
Tel: 01913710277
Website: http://www.thedurhamfederation.co.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-16
Number of pupils335
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9518.5
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%75%

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Tanfield School, Specialist College of Science and Engineering

Tanfield Lea Road
DH9 8AY
Tel: 01207232881
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-16
Number of pupils555
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9446.6
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%72%

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Wolsingham School and Community College

Leazes Lane
DL13 3DN
Tel: 01388527302
Website: http://www.wolsinghamcollege.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-18
Number of pupils680
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9505.0
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%66%
Sixth form: point score per pupil796.5595.3
A level: % pupils getting AAB or better15.3%3%

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Ferryhill Business Enterprise College

Merrington Road
DL17 8RW
Tel: 01740651554
Website: http://www.fbec.co.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-16
Number of pupils580
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9565.6
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%45%

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Whitworth Park School and Sixth Form College

Whitworth Lane
DL16 7LN
Tel: 01388824800
Website: http://www.whitworthpark.org.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolFoundation School
ReligionNone
Age range11-18
Number of pupils1110
School linked toTudhoe Grange School
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Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9528.4
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%51%
Sixth form: point score per pupil796.5620.7
A level: % pupils getting AAB or better15.3%4%

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Bishop Barrington School A Sports with Mathematics College

Woodhouse Lane
DL14 6LA
Tel: 01388603307
Website: http://www.bishopbarrington.net

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-16
Number of pupils670
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9547.3
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%71%

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Greenfield Community College, A Specialist Arts and Science School

Greenfield Way
DL5 7LF
Tel: 01325300378
Website: http://www.greenfield.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolFoundation School
ReligionNone
Age range11-16
Number of pupils655
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9493.5
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%70%

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Sunnydale Community College for Maths and Computing

Middridge Lane
DL4 2EP
Tel: 01388772526
Website: http://www.sunnydale.co.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolFoundation School
ReligionNone
Age range11-16
Number of pupils405
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9493.4
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%38%

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Belmont Community School

Buckinghamshire Road
DH1 2QP
Tel: 01913865715
Website: http://www.belmontschool.org.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-16
Number of pupils740
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9611.3
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%66%

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Durham Sixth Form Centre

Providence Row
DH1 1SG
Tel: 01913830708
Website: http://www.dgsc.org.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range16-19
Number of pupils945
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9570.7
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%68%
Sixth form: point score per pupil796.5728.7
A level: % pupils getting AAB or better15.3%3%

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Durham Community Business College for Technology and Enterprise

Bracken Court
DH7 7NG
Tel: 01913730336
Website: http://www.thedurhamfederation.co.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-19
Number of pupils505
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9445.2
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%47%

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Durham Johnston Comprehensive School

Crossgate Moor
DH1 4SU
Tel: 01913843887
Website: http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/johnston/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-18
Number of pupils1495
Ofsted inspection grade1 - Outstanding

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9451.3
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%72%
Sixth form: point score per pupil796.5917.2
A level: % pupils getting AAB or better15.3%38%

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Dene Community School

Manor Way
SR8 5RL
Tel: 01915546000
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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-16
Number of pupils650
Ofsted inspection grade3 - Requires improvement

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StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9470.2
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%57%

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Wellfield Community School A Specialist Maths and Computing College

North Road East
TS28 5AX
Tel: 01429838413
Website: http://www.wellfield.durham.sch.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-16
Number of pupils545
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9471.5
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%59%

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Sedgefield Community College a Specialist Sports College

Hawthorn Road
TS21 3DD
Tel: 01740625300
Website: http://www.sedgefieldcommunitycollege.co.uk

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-16
Number of pupils885
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9554.7
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%78%

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St Leonard's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Comprehensive School

North End
DH1 4NG
Tel: 01913848575
Website: http://www.st-leonards.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range11-18
Number of pupils1380
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9500.9
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%73%
Sixth form: point score per pupil796.5809.5
A level: % pupils getting AAB or better15.3%19%

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St Bede's Catholic Comprehensive School and Byron College

Westway
SR8 1DE
Tel: 01915876220
Website: http://www.st-bedes.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
ReligionRoman Catholic
Age range11-18
Number of pupils850
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

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Local authority admissions team: Web: Admissions website
Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
Secondary admissions tel: 0191 383 5663/383 4578
Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9427.7
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%59%
Sixth form: point score per pupil796.5740.3
A level: % pupils getting AAB or better15.3%2%

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Durham High School for Girls

Farewell Hall
DH1 3TB
Tel: 01913843226
Website: http://www.dhsfg.org.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolOther Independent School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range3-18
Number of pupils495
Ofsted inspection gradeNot known - check links below

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9564.8
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%98%
Sixth form: point score per pupil796.5859.6
A level: % pupils getting AAB or better15.3%31%

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Durham School


DH1 4SZ
Tel: 01913864783
Website: http://www.durhamschool.co.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolOther Independent School
ReligionChurch of England
Age range3-18
Number of pupils610
Ofsted inspection gradeNot known - check links below

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StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9353.7
Sixth form: point score per pupil796.5805.7
A level: % pupils getting AAB or better15.3%13%

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The Chorister School

The College
DH1 3EL
Tel: 01913842935
Website: http://www.thechoristerschool.com

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolOther Independent School
ReligionChristian
Age range3-13
Number of pupils210
Ofsted inspection gradeNot known - check links below

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Barnard Castle School

Newgate
DL12 8UN
Tel: 01833690222
Website: http://www.barneyschool.org.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolOther Independent School
ReligionChristian
Age range4-18
Number of pupils725
Ofsted inspection gradeNot known - check links below

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Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9400.8
GSCE: % pupils getting a good GSCE pass59.2%7%
Sixth form: point score per pupil796.5711.4
A level: % pupils getting AAB or better15.3%11%

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Elemore Hall School

Pittington
DH6 1QD
Tel: 01913720275
Website: http://www.elemorehall.org.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity Special School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range11-16
Number of pupils65
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

Admissions data

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Local authority admissions team: Web: Admissions website
Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
Secondary admissions tel: 0191 383 5663/383 4578
Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.9159.0

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Hare Law School

Catchgate
DH9 8DT
Tel: 01207234547
Website: http://www.harelaw.durham.sch.uk/

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Local authorityDurham
Type of schoolCommunity Special School
ReligionDoes not apply
Age range5-16
Number of pupils90
Ofsted inspection grade2 - Good

Admissions data

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Local authority admissions team: Web: Admissions website
Reception admissions tel: 0191 383 5663 / 4576
Secondary admissions tel: 0191 383 5663/383 4578
Reception admissions email: primaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk
Secondary admissions email: secondaryadmissions@durham.gov.uk

Exam results

StatisticNational averageThis school
GSCE: point scope per pupil458.967.6

How Ofsted describes the school:

From report dated 13/05/2009

"The school provides primarily for pupils with moderate learning difficulties and/or autistic spectrum disorders. A few have more severe or complex difficulties, including a growing number who exhibit challenging behaviour. All pupils have a statement of special educational needs. Many pupils come from homes facing greater than average social and economic deprivation. Boys outnumber girls by more than two to one. There are very few pupils under the age of eight. Over the past five years only one pupil has been admitted into the Reception class in the Early Years Foundation Stage. All pupils are White British."

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Walworth School

Bluebell Way
DL5 7LP
Tel: 0132530019