Bruche Primary Academy praised by schools minister


BRUCHE Primary Academy, Warrington, has been praised by the schools minister Damian Hinds after the school reaffirmed its place in the top one per cent of primaries in the country.

Every one of the Padgate school’s pupils who took part in the most recent Key Stage 2 assessment tests reached or exceeded the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.
The achievement was noticed by Mr Hinds who wrote to executive headteacher Chris Jones to congratulate him, his staff and pupils.
“This means that for achievement in reading, writing and mathematics, Bruche Primary Academy is in the top one per cent of primary schools in the country,” the minister wrote.
He added: “The government wants to ensure that every child has the fluency in reading, writing and mathematics necessary to prepare them for a successful secondary education and beyond, which is why I was delighted to see your results.”

The minister continued: “Thank you for your work in continuing the drive towards higher academic standards, and congratulations again to you and your staff for your commitment and success.”
Chris Jones said the letter was recognition of all the hard work put into teaching and learning by staff and pupils.
“At Bruche we put excellent teaching at the very centre of everything that we do, setting high expectations for each and every one of our pupils, and it’s great to know that the minister appreciates this.”
Bruche Primary is one of eight primary schools that make up Warrington Primary Academy Trust (WPAT), a community of more than 2,300 children aged 2-11.


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