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Raising achievement when English is an additional language
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Ofsted good practice example showing how Cranford Park pupils do better than national expectations.
The school is raising the achievement of pupils for whom English is an additional language, so that by the time they leave at the end of Key Stage 2, pupils have fulfilled their potential by exceeding the national expectations in attainment in English for their age, or have considerably narrowed the gap with other pupils.