Amport CofE primary school top in Hampshire

    16 Jan. 2014

    Amport Church of England (Aided) Primary School has been reported to be the number one Primary School in Hampshire for the second year running (Source: The Times, December 2013), based on its Key Stage 2 statutory assessment tests for July 2013 Year 6 children.

    The figures are based on data published by the DfE in terms of 100 per cent National Curriculum Level 4B+ in reading and maths and Level 4 or above in writing, along with a high percentage of Level 5.

    Headteacher Mrs Bernadette Fleet said: "We are absolutely thrilled once again with this achievement, it is a true reflection of the whole school's positive attitude towards learning. We are very proud of all members of Amport School and the part everyone has played in this success. We would also like to congratulate two of our neighbouring Church of England Schools, Clatford Primary and Hatherden Primary for also making it into the top ten schools in the County for achievement.

    “Following publication of the performance tables, we were also delighted to receive a congratulatory letter from Rt Hon David Laws MP, Minister of State for Schools, who confirmed that our results makes us one of only 159 schools in the country to achieve this level of attainment!"