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Welcome to Avanti Court

Avanti Court is a relatively new Hindu-faith school for boys and girls aged four to eleven. The school was set up in response to demand for primary school places in Redbridge and is set to be a world-class school. In 2014 it received its first Ofsted, giving evidence that this is a good school with a growing ambition.

Based in Redbridge and open to students of any faith and from any borough, Avanti Court offers a broad, challenging curriculum focused on core skills and subjects as well as inspiring a love of Mathematics and Performing Arts. What makes the school distinctive is its values-based approach to the humanities, which encourages pupils to value themselves, others and the environment, empowering them to be effective learners and good citizens. The school also offers opportunities to study ethics, philosophy, Sanskrit (as the root of almost all eastern and western languages), leadership training, meditation and yoga.

The school provides places for 840 children (by 2018), with 120 children in each year group as well as a Nursery. We aim to develop a small school model so that every child is well known, challenged and inspired to be the best they can be. The school serves a diverse community in which people from all background, faith and other world views are welcomed who are interested in their child having a Hindu-influenced educational experience.

As a state-funded school there are no fees.

iFoundation is the religious authority (Hindu) for the school. iFoundation draws upon the teachings of Krishna Chaitanya as practised by ISKCON, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness.


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Information for Parents/Carers

We believe that success in school depends on high expectations, high levels of effort and positive and productive relationships between home and school. Parents and carers need access to good quality information about their child and the school. All schools are expected to publish the following information. As a new school we have a limited history and some of the expectations are not possible at this point.

TYPE of Information Information or link
Pupil Premium allocation, use and impact on attainment £0 for 2012–13 (because we are a new school it was not possible to calculate this extra funding because there was no admissions information in April 2012 when budgets are set). In future we envisage that this will be spent on:
  • Reading interventions
  • Teaching Assistant salary – this assistant is involved in bespoke interventions to support the needs of identified children
Curriculum Provision See our Curriculum section
Admission’s Information See our Admissions section
School’s policy in relation to behaviour, charging, and SEN and disability provision
See our Policies page
Ofsted reports See our Reports page
Latest KS2 data (results of tests when children are 11 year old in Year 6) Although we will not have KS2 data until  2017–18 we will inform parents/carers about progress of children throughout the academic year. We write 3  child reports each year.
DfE data www.dfe.gov.uk