Holme Junior & Infant School

School Performance

Below you will find summaries of our school test result outcomes. Due to the Secretary of State not publishing data for 2021 and 2022, schools are not obliged to publish this data. Please find our 2018-2019 and 2022-2023 results below:

Performance of pupils 2023 - Results

Performance of pupils 2019 - Results


You can find local and national performance here, including performance specifically for our school:
Due to the number of children in each cohort being a small number, school are not obliged to publish this data on the school website due to it easily identifying a pupil or pupils. School performance information will still be shared with the Local Authority and Department for Education and is used by these external organisations as an indication of our performance measures for agencies such as OFSTED. 


We set out to provide a very broad and rich programme of learning and opportunities so that children are inspired to learn more. Success in life is about much more than qualifications, and we aim to help children develop belief in themselves. We encourage our children to be unafraid of trying new things or new approaches and not to be afraid of getting it wrong. Children learn to be positive about themselves and build a belief in themselves that even if they can’t do it now, they will soon find a way. The self-belief is necessary to ensure the resilience and positive attitudes that are necessary to progress.

School Financial Information

Click here for our dedicated page on the schools financial benchmarking service. 

Holme Junior & Infant School employ no individuals who earn over £100,000 working in the school.