Standards at St Theresa's
The academic standards at St Theresa's are important to us and rightly so. However, they are not, and never have been the be all and end all of our school. We are ambitious for our children. We strive for excellence in everything we do. We want our children to achieve honours and leave us with high academic standards but we also want them to leave us as fully rounded young people ready to take on the world and make a difference to it. This is encapsulated in our Curriculum Intent Statement and Mission Statement. Academic standards are important though and we aim high and expect much from our children and they do not disappoint. Our greatest achievement came in 2018 when we achieved results that placed us in the top 250 schools in the country for our attainment and we were a featured school in the Sunday Times Parent Power Supplement in Autumn 2019. This has been reaffirmed in the 2021 list of top 500 state Primary Schools; this time the list has aggregated the scaled scores from 2017-2019 and we are currently ranked 376 which is a great achievement for our young people and all the staff who have nurtured and led them to achieve this accolade.
Please click on the links below to take you to the pages that contain our school results: