Links to Ofsted, government and other reports on our school's performance.

Reading by Six: How the best schools do it

Thomas Jones has featured in the above Ofsted report that explores the effective teaching of reading. Click on the link above to access this publication.

Closing the Gap

The school is also featured in the above Oxford University Press (OUP) publication – a study in aspiration and the achieving of success with every child.


To read our most recent inspection report, please click on the link.

School Summary

School comparison data from the web site.

Outcomes (Key Stage Two Results)

In 2019*, 97% of pupils achieved the expected national standard (EXS) in reading, writing and mathematics. 31% of pupils achieved the higher standard (or GDS) across all subjects. 72% of pupils achieved the higher standard in reading, 34% in writing, 79% in GPS and 69% in mathematics, all significantly above national, inner London and local authority averages.

The school’s progress scores in 2019 for reading, writing and mathematics were 7.4, 3.8 and 6.5 respectively. The average scaled scores for our 2019 Year 6 cohort were 111 for reading, 115 for GPS and 111 for mathematics. Based on both these measures, the school was among the highest performing in the local authority.

Consistently ranking within the Sunday Times’ top 250 primary schools and identified in 2016 as one of ‘London’s Top 10 Primary Schools’ [according to the Evening Standard, 16th December 2016], Thomas Jones falls within the top 1% of schools nationally.

*Please note, the government will not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year due to the ongoing effects of the pandemic. The last available public data is from the 2018 to 2019 academic year. The government has now archived this data from 2019 because they recognise that it may no longer reflect current performance.

The government will not publish KS2 data for 2022. However, in 2022 all pupils at Thomas Jones achieved at least the expected standard in mathematics. In reading and GPS, all but one child achieved the expected standard (this child recently arrived in the country).

For a full breakdown of the 2019 KS2 results please see the DfE School Performance Tables.