All of the information required by Ofsted can be found on this page. Please follow the relevant links to find the information you are looking for.
Ofsted Inspection Report
The Ofsted Inspection Report can be accessed by clicking on the link below. The report was given before Greenshaw Learning Trust took over the academy. We are expecting a visit soon, where we will be able to share the exceptional work that has gone on in the school.
Information regarding funding, including the pupil premium, can be found on our funding page.
Copies of Greenshaw Learning Trust policies and Gloucester Academy procedures can be found on our policies and procedures page.
Please click: Link to government performance measures
|Performance indicator||Prior to becoming a Greenshaw school||2021/2022|
|% students achieving a 5+ in English and Maths||10%||21%|
|Ebacc score||Not Available||3.19|
|% students entering Ebacc||Not Available||35%|
|% students in education, training or employment after KS4||Not Available||No information yet available|
Progress 8 is a measure that is used to compare schools performance. The number indicates how far a school is from the national average of -0.03.
As a Greenshaw Learning Trust school we are enabling our students to do significantly better than they were able to when the school was not in the Trust. We will continue to improve our results at Gloucester Academy to ensure our students have the very best chances to succeed as they move into further education. Our score this year from our starting point makes us one of the most improved schools in the country.
The schools previous score of -1.48, when it was not in Greenshaw Learning Trust, meant that on average every student performed at least one grade lower in every subject than other students nationally. The score compares students that achieved the same key stage 2 results at primary school as each other. The Progress 8 score the school attained prior to becoming part of the Greenshaw learning Trust meant that students who achieved the same level in their primary tests did worse if they attended Gloucester Academy.