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Verb: achieve; 3rd person present: achieves; past tense: achieved; past participle: achieved; gerund or present participle: achieving

successfully bring about or reach (a desired objective or result) by effort, skill, or courage.

“they achieved more than they had ever thought they could”

Similar: attain, reach, arrive at, realise, carry off, bring about, accomplish, carry through, fulfil

The data published in our Annual Report for 2019-20 includes performance data for all primary schools. The secondary school performance data will be published in 2020-21. The data presented is benchmarked against the national average (2019) and previous year’s performance.

Arrows denote how these outcomes compare to the academy’s previous performance in 2019. ‘Disadvantaged percentage’ refers to the proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals at any time during the past 6 years.

ELT Primary Academies

% Expected Standard

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ELT Primary Academies

% Higher Standard

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Overall, the Trust has sustained performance in all key areas at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. In Key Stage 2, improvements (+5%) are evident in % pupils achieving expected standard in core subjects and at the higher standard in reading and writing, which has impacted on the RWM combined scores in 2020. Individual school trends are upward within RWM combined.

Individual Primary Acadamies

Bredbury Green Primary

OFSTED: Inadequate - Sponsored Academy

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During 2019/20, there has been significant improvements in pupil outcomes by the end of Key Stage 2. These improvements are evident in RWM combined at the expected standard (33%– 81%) and at the higher standard (0% – 17%).

Gatley Primary

OFSTED: Outstanding

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Gatley Primary has sustained overall performance over three years at the RWM combined at expected standard, and an upward trend in RWM at the higher standard (27% – 45%).

Meadowbank Primary


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In 2019/20, % pupils achieve RWM combined improved at the expected standard (60%–75%) and there was an upward trend at the higher standard (10%–22%). These % figures are inclusive of pupils based in resourced provision.