There are so many good schools in Milton keynes that it is very hard to compile a list of 'the best' primary schools. Each family has different priorities for their child and each has different needs. At relocating2 we aim to give you an insight into some of the options available and what articles are out there to help give you more information to help your decision.

If you would like more information on schools in the area you are relocating to, you can call the council office for schools. Their phone number is 01908 691691 Or you can email them on schools@milton-keynes.gov.uk

 

Top perfoming schools @ Find the best

St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary School: is a voluntary aided school located in Milton Keynes, England where 281 pupils ranging from 4-11 years of age attend. The school has an average of 22 pupils per teacher, and the students have earned a KS2 Average Point Score of 30.9, putting them on the higher end of all schools.

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"The Smart Rating is designed to help you find the best primary school at a glance. It's based on these attributes:

KS2 scores, overall performance, teaching, leadership and management, behaviour, math / english improvements and school status:

Their top perfoming schools @ Find the best" http://primary-schools.findthebest.co.uk

 

"Here at St. Thomas Aquinas each child is very special to us. We want your child to achieve success both academically, socially and to grow in the knowledge of the Catholic faith. We want your child to feel happy and secure at our school. Staff will do all they can to achieve this. We want your child to become a confident person, an enthusiastic learner and to have fond memories of his/her time at St. Thomas Aquinas School. We welcome our partnership with you to achieve these aims."

St Thomas

The Premier Academy: is an academy located in Milton Keynes, England where 453 pupils ranging from 4-11 years of age attend. The school has an average of 23.8 pupils per teacher, and the students have earned a KS2 Average Point Score of 29.3, putting them above the national average.

The premier academy

"We now have some of the best academic results in the country, the most amazing facilities you will ever see in a primary school and most importantly we provide our services to over 700 clients, also known as TPA children."

 

New Bradwell School: The school has an average of 18.3 pupils per teacher, which is significantly better than most schools. The students have earned a KS2 Average Point Score of 28.8, putting them above the national average.

New Bradwell school

"New Bradwell School is very proud to put the children and their welfare as the most important aspect of our school life, and with this in mind we aim to work with parents to ensure that the children reach their full potential.

The key findings in our most recent inspection in May 2012 said: This is an outstanding school. The strong vision of the headteacher, staff and governors and their ambition to excel are very successfully translated into provision that ensures that pupils make outstanding progress."

 

Caroline Haslett Primary School: The school has an average of 23.7 pupils per teacher, and the students have earned a KS2 Average Point Score of 29.3, putting them above the national average.

Caroline haslett school

"We wish to create a culture of learning, where children are happy, enthusiastic, motivated and ambitious and where every child has the opportunity to achieve their own potential. We encourage mutual respect, support and collaboration between all children and adults, both within the school and the wider community.

We believe that it is important to provide a secure, caring and stimulating environment for all our children, thereby promoting a sense of pride in ourselves and our school. This can be achieved most effectively when all staff, parents and children understand their responsibilities and work together towards the same goals, as detailed in our home/school agreement."

Portfields Combined School is a foundation school located in Newport Pagnell, England where 647 pupils ranging from 4-11 years of age attend. The school has an average of 21.8 pupils per teacher, and the students have earned a KS2 Average Point Score of 29.4, putting them above the national average.

Portfields

"Our dedicated team of staff are committed to making learning a fun and inspiring experience for all of our pupils. As a school, we aspire to giving children the best possible educational experience, instilling in them the values needed to prepare them for life in modern day Britain and the future."

 

High Ash Church of England Combined School: is a voluntary controlled school located in Milton Keynes, England where 250 pupils ranging from 4-11 years of age attend. The school has an average of 20.2 pupils per teacher, which is approximately of most schools. The students have earned a KS2 Average Point Score of 29.8, putting them on the higher end of all schools.

High ash school

"Welcome to High Ash Church of England School where we all work together to provide the very best education for each and every child. When children start at High Ash CE School we build upon their existing knowledge and understanding. We work together with parents and carers, to develop children’s lively enquiring minds. In a happy and safe environment we aim to develop each child’s skills and talents, providing them with an excellent academic foundation and the self confidence to achieve.

We place great emphasis on the community and family spirit. Our children enjoy regularly celebrating in the local church. It is quite a sight to see the whole school walking through the village to St Mary’s with the older children holding the younger ones hand and encouraging them back up the hill! The older children readily take on responsibilities throughout the school for example becoming Junior play Assistants.

The curriculum we offer is varied and enriched by many visitors to the school. Through breadth andbalance we aim to meet the children's individual needs, catering for all abilities ensuring each child is challenged. We make full use of our beautiful location and get involved in many local initiatives."

 

Green Park School: is a foundation school located in Newport Pagnell, England where 294 pupils ranging from 4-11 years of age attend. The school has an average of  23.1 pupils per teacher, and the students have earned a KS2 Average Point Score of 28.8, putting them above the national average. 

"At Green Park, we focus on educating the ‘whole child’ through offering a curriculum that immerses children in exciting and inspiring experiences. This term has included a visit to Warwick Castle, a Falconry Day, Bush-craft activities, Prince and Princesses Day and a visit to the Houses of Parliament (to name just a few!) Our Facebook page will give you a flavour of just how exciting the learning at our school is."

Green Park school

Middleton Primary School: is a community school located in Milton Keynes, England where 424 pupils ranging from 4-11 years of age attend. The school has an average of 23.4 pupils per teacher, and the students have earned a KS2 Average Point Score of 31.7, putting them on the higher end of all schools.

"The ethos of the school is based on old fashioned values of good manners, respect, kindness and hard work. We have very high expectations of behaviour at Middleton. Visitors often comment on the calm atmosphere and good relationships which are so important to us."

Middleton school

Monkston Primary School: is a community school located in Milton Keynes, England where 420 pupils ranging from 4-11 years of age attend. The school has an average of 23.1 pupils per teacher, and the students have earned a KS2 Average Point Score of 29.9, putting them on the higher end of all schools.

"At Monkston, we believe in a 'heart and soul' approach to teaching and caring for children. We really do want to make a positive, tangible impact on society through helping our children develop into enthusiastic, honest, compassionate and responsible UK & global citizens. In short, we want to change the world!"

Monkston School

 

Or Ofsted ratings @ One MK

Below is how primary schools in Milton Keynes are ranked according to their latest Ofsted grades:

Ofsted Grade 1: Outstanding

Ashbrook School (community school - inspected on June 12 2009)

Castlethorpe First School (community school - inspected on March 6 2014)

Glastonbury Thorn School (foundation school - inspected on January 15 2015)

Haversham Village School (community school - inspected on September 30 2010)

High Ash Church of England Combined School (voluntary controlled school - inspected on May 5 2011)

Howe Park School (community school - inspected on February 14 2011)

Loughton Manor First School (community school - inspected on December 1 2010)

New Bradwell School (foundation school - inspected on May 22 2012)

Priory Common School (community school - inspected on February 12 2009)

Priory Rise School (community school - inspected on January 22 2015)

St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School (voluntary aided school - inspected on June 26 2014)

St Mary and St Giles Church of England Junior School (voluntary aided school - inspected on December 8 2009)

St Mary Magdalene Catholic Primary School (voluntary aided school - inspected on October 15 2013)

St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary School (voluntary aided school - inspected on March 24 2009)

Shepherdswell Academy (academy - inspected on July 7 2010)

Two Mile Ash School (academy - inspected on July 1 2009)

Water Hall Primary School (community school - inspected on March 13 2013)

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Update...

April 2016

'School Guide' compiles information published by official sources such as the Department of Education and Ofsted and establishes a unique score for each school, based on key statistics. These include Ofsted reports, GCSE and A Level performance data, and the pupil to teacher ratio.

Take a look below at the top 20 primary schools in Milton Keynes according to School Guide:

 

1) Two Mile Ash School – 5 out of 5

2) Greenleys Junior School – 5 out of 5

3) New Bradwell School – 5 out of 5

4) St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School – 5 out of 5

5) Middleton Primary School – 4 out of 5

6) Monkston Primary School – 4 out of 5

7) Charles Warren Academy – 4 out of 5

8) Bushfield School – 4 out of 5

9) Stanton School – 4 out of 5

10) Bradwell Village School – 4 out of 5

11) Loughton School – 4 out of 5

12) Caroline Haslett Primary School – 4 out of 5

13) Broughton Fields Primary School – 4 out of 5

14) Summerfield School – 4 out of 5

15) Southwood School – 4 out of 5

16) Orchard Academy – 4 out of 5

17) Long Meadow School – 4 out of 5

18) St Monica's Catholic Primary School – 4 out of 5

19) Green Park School – 3 out of 5

20) Cold Harbour Church of England School – 3 out of 5

The above results were gathered on the website by selecting 'showing the 60 best primary schools in Milton Keynes' on April 7, 2016.

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