A News story by Humayon Pramanik 10 July 2018

We are delighted to have achieved our best ever Key Stage 2 results at E-ACT, following sustained progress in reading, writing and mathematics across the trust once again. 

10 E-ACT primary academies have this year experienced increases in the number of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics at Key Stage 2: 

  • Chalfont Valley E-ACT Academy 
  • E-ACT Blackley Academy 
  • DSLV 
  • Greenfield E-ACT Academy
  • Hareclive E-ACT Academy 
  • Mansfield Green E-ACT Academy 
  • Pathways E-ACT Academy 
  • Perry Court E-ACT Academy 
  • St Ursula’s E-ACT Academy 
  • Reedswood E-ACT Academy 

Six E-ACT primary academies have surpassed the national average (64%) in 2018: 

  • Denham Green E-ACT Academy 
  • Greenfield E-ACT Academy 
  • Ilminster Avenue E-ACT Academy 
  • Perry Court E-ACT Academy
  • Reedswood E-ACT Academy 
  • St Ursula’s E-ACT Academy 

The following academies have experienced huge jumps in the combined measure: 

  • Chalfont Valley E-ACT Academy 
  • DSLV 
  • Hareclive E-ACT Academy 
  • Perry Court E-ACT Academy 
  • Reedswood E-ACT Academy 

Perry Court E-ACT Academy 

Having only joined the trust in September 2017, the children and staff of Perry Court E-ACT Academy have so much to be proud of. Under the leadership of Headteacher Richard Healey and Regional Education Director Stephen Luke, the academy’s combined measure has leapt up from just 16% in 2017 to above national average (64%) this year. 

Reedswood E-ACT Academy 

A special mention for Reedswood E-ACT Academy in Walsall whose combined measure has surpassed the national average in 2018, having placed below national average last year. 

Badocks Wood Community Primary School  

Having been placed in Ofsted special measures in November 2016, the trust has been providing special educational support to Badocks Wood Community Primary School in Bristol since January 2018.

E-ACT was approached to support the school given the outstanding progress made by our four academies in Bristol. Having achieving a combined measure of 52% in 2017, the school has this year surpassed the national average with support from the trust. 

‘We are delighted to have achieved our best ever Key Stage 2 results at E-ACT, following sustained progress in reading, writing and mathematics across the trust once again. These excellent results are testament to the hard work of teachers and pupils across our primary academies in England.  

I take this opportunity to congratulate colleagues, pupils and parents – it is thanks to their dedication that our pupils will be able to make a smooth transition from primary to secondary education with the fundamentals in reading, writing and mathematics firmly in place.  

We look forward to seeing these exceptional pupils continue to flourish as they progress into the rigours of secondary education at E-ACT academies across England.’ 

David Moran, chief executive officer