Each year the DfE produce a report about every school in the country, reviewing the results in national tests (ASP).
This is a summary of some of the data.
Court Farm Primary School, Birmingham, is a smaller than average primary school. It has many more girls than boys. A very high proportion of children are known to be eligible for FSM. It has a very high proportion of children from minority ethnic groups, with many of these children having English as an additional language (EAL). There is an above average proportion of children with SEN at SA level and a similar proportion at SAP/Statement level.
73% of children achieved a Good Level of Development
86% of children passed the phonic screening check
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Reading, Writing, Maths Combined
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