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Ofsted & Results

Our first cohort of pupils will take their GCSE exams in Summer 2017. In the interim, we have results for the Early Years Foundation Stage, the Phonics Screen in Year 1 and the end of Key Stage 1 results at the end of Year 2. Click the link on the right to see how that our pupils have outperformed the national average in almost every category.

Reach Academy Feltham had its first Ofsted Inspection in March 2014. We are delighted that the Academy was judged ‘outstanding’ in every category. The Academy is the first all-through Free School to be awarded this grade. The report states that:

  • “Pupils receive an outstanding education at Reach Academy Feltham.”

Achievement and Progress:

  • “Throughout the academy, pupils make excellent progress in reading, writing and mathematics.”

Teaching and Learning:

  • “Pupils’ outstanding achievement is secured as a result of the exceptional teaching pupils receive…the support for reading and literacy across the academy is excellent.”

Behaviour and Safety:

  • “There is a positive learning atmosphere throughout the academy. Pupils display excellent attitudes to learning…the academy is an exceptionally calm and purposeful environment in which to learn and flourishOutstanding behaviour characterises all lessons.”      

Leadership and Management:

  • “The Principal and Secondary Headteacher are exceptional leaders.”


Parents interested in enrolling their child should contact the school on 
info@reachacademy.org.uk or call 020 3551 9305

Prospective staff members should visit our vacancies page.

We will have our first set of GCSE results in Summer 2017, and or first set of A-level results in 2019. We are looking forward to these, and our confident that our first cohort will excel.

In the interim, the link on the right sets out the pupil outcomes for Primary pupils which are submitted to the Department for Education. In all cases we have exceeded the national expectations and in many cases have exceeded them considerably, despite a vulnerable and lower prior attaining cohort.

In particular, in 2015, 80% of our pupils achieved a Good Level of Development, 89% of Year 1 pupils passed the phonics screen and half of Year 2 pupils achieved a Level 3, exceeding national expectations, in Maths.

In addition to this, our Nursery pupils made rapid progress, as have our Secondary pupils, including notably:

  • At the end of Year 7 in English, 91% achieved or exceeded the Reach Academy floor target of a 5c, with 45% working at a level 6.
  • In Year 8, progress was well above national expectations of 3.6 levels in both English (5.24) and Maths (5.56).
  • Attainment in Year 9 is solid, with 79% in English and 89% in Maths working at Level 6,

We look forward to seeing our pupils continue to flourish and attain well in the coming term.


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