Charles Darwin Academy Trust
Biggin Hill School, Bromley

Development & Evaluation

Biggin Hill Primary School is a larger than average Primary school with 2 classes in each year group. Average class size is currently 27. The academy is situated on the outer edge of the London Borough of Bromley and benefits from close proximity to London amenities as well as rural scenery. The site has 2 main buildings housing KS1 and KS2 separately due to the amalgamation of the previously separate Infant and Junior Schools in 2008. As well as the 2 buildings the school has substantial grounds which provide a rich outdoor learning environment for the children.

There are currently 360 pupils on roll with 50.6% boys and 49.4% girls. The percentage of pupils currently eligible for the pupil premium is 12% which is below the national average and the school provides an action plan that is monitored and reported on termly. The school is predominantly made up White British pupils with 12% of pupils from other ethnic backgrounds, which is well below the national average. The number of pupils in school for whom English is an additional language is 6, just 1.6% well below the national average.

The proportion of disabled pupils and those identified with special educational needs, including those with statements is below national average. There are currently, 20% of pupils recorded with SEN, 9 of these have a Statement/EHCP. In 2016, as in previous years, the school was above floor standards in end of KS2 assessments.

The school evaluates its impact and plans appropriate actions for improvement throughout the academic year. A copy of the most recent evaluation and development plan can be found below.

Self-evaluation and development plan 2016-17
Biggin Hill Primary School, Bromley