Further to the outstanding inspection report, results for the SATs (Standard Assessment Tests or Key Stage 2 tests taken at Year 6) at The Swaminarayan Prep School, London have once again been of an exceptionally high standard this year. All students achieved Level 4 and above, with 75% of students recording a Level 5 (the top score available) in English and a remarkable 86% achieving this in Mathematics. The overall results have improved for the third consecutive year – placing the School at the top among Brent’s 51 primary schools as well as very high nationally in the top percentile of National Exam results.
The results are testimony to the commitment and dedication of the teachers, parents and governors of the School, and the tremendous efforts of the students themselves. Congratulations to everyone for this outstanding achievement.
The Swaminarayan School was founded in 1991 by His Holiness Pramukh Swami Maharaj to provide education along the lines of independent British schools, whilst reinforcing Hindu culture and tradition. The first eighty or so Prep School pupils were admitted in September 1992 and the Senior School took its first intake the following September. There are now over 460 pupils in the school.
The Prep School’s results in the classroom merge seamlessly with the school’s ethos and aims to provide a well-rounded education to well-rounded pupils. Extra curricular subjects such as Public Speaking, Movie Making, Chess, Hockey, Tag Rugby, Tennis and Drama along with lessons in Performing Arts, Philosophy for Children and LAMDA all ensure that pupils who attend the Swaminarayan Prep School are well-rounded and build the foundations for a successful academic career.
For more information on the School, please click here.
For details of The Swaminarayan School’s second position in the league table of independent schools, please click here.
For information on The Swaminarayan School being recognised as a “Thinking School” by Cognitive Education Centre, University of Exeter, please click here.
For more information on the Ofsted report, please click here.
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