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The latest results for primary pupils studying at Djanogly Learning Trust academies have been published this month.
Djanogly Learning Trust has maintained its success in running some of the best performing primary schools in Nottingham.
The Department for Education statistics focus on the percentage of primary pupils in England meeting the expected standard of reading, writing and maths.
The figures show the percentage of pupils meeting the expected standard of reading, writing and maths is 69% at Djanogly Northgate Academy and 62% at Djanogly Strelley Academy.
This compares to 59% for the Nottingham local authority area and 61% nationally for primary schools across England. Visit https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/140555
Both academies are also classed, according to a pupil progress score, as above average in reading. Djanogly Strelley Academy is also classed, according to a pupil progress score, as well above average in maths.
The results, published by the Department for Education on December 14th, have been welcomed by Liz Anderson, Executive Headteacher at Djanogly Learning Trust.
She said: “I am so proud of our pupils and our staff. Our ethos is to be innovative to improve, to develop resilience to face challenges and to strive for excellence in everything we do. We are delighted that our pupils’ and staff’s dedication, commitment and hard work are paying off as we play our part in raising educational attainment in the East Midlands.”
Springfield Academy has been working hard to bring about the required improvements identified by Ofsted following their inspection last year. The school joined Djanogly Learning Trust in the summer.
Mrs Anderson added: “Since partnering with Djanogly Learning Trust in the summer term, some important progress has been made. We expect that to result in an increase in attainment at the end of the current academic year.”