Information for Parents & Ofsted

LATEST OFSTED REPORT:
Ofsted Report March 2019
 
PUPIL PREMIUM REPORTS:
Pupil Premium Strategy 2018-19
Pupil Premium Strategy and impact 2017-18
2016-17 Spend and impact report summer 2017
2015-16 Spend and Impact report summer 2016
2014-15 Spend and Impact report summer 2015
2013-14 Spend and Impact report summer 2014
 
SPORTS/PE GRANT:
2018-19 Spending Plan
2017-18 Evaluation and Impact Report
2017-18 Spending Plan
2016-17 Evaluation and Impact Report
2016-17 Spending Plan
2015-16 Evaluation and Impact Report
2015-16 Spending Plan
2014-15 Spending Plan
2014-15 Evaluation and Impact Report
2013-14 Spending Plan
2013-14 Evaluation and Impact Report
 
KEY SCHOOL POLICIES AND REPORTS:
Admissions
Charging
Nursery Charging
SEND
SEND Information Report 2019-20
Curriculum
Concept Specific Skills and British Values
British Values and SMSC Provision Map
SAFEGUARDING POLICIES:
The school's approach to safeguarding children
ASSESSMENT:
Assessment Policy
Point in Time Descriptors
 
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN:
2019-20 School Improvement Priorities:
  • To embed recent improvements in the teaching of reading and phonics so that pupils’ outcomes are consistently above national averages, particularly improving outcomes for boys and Pupil Premium children.

  • To develop further the quality of maths teaching and leadership, in order to narrow the gap in attainment for Pupil Premium children at end of Key Stage 1

  • To improve outcomes for the most vulnerable children pastorally, academically and holistically, including disadvantaged pupils and children with multiple vulnerability factors

  • To raise the profile of physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing of pupils and staff

  • To continue to strengthen leadership capacity in and across our partnership of school/s to strengthen further the quality of teaching and learning across our curriculum, developing a more outward-facing school.

 
2018-19 School Improvement Priorities:

  • To improve progress in literacy so attainment at the Expected Standard and GDS is above the national average

  • To improve progress in mathematics across school so attainment at the Expected Standard is above the national average by the end of KS1

  • To improve progress and outcomes for our most vulnerable children, pastorally and academically

  • To support pupil and staff mental health incl. by further developing SMSC/PSHE throughout school

  • To develop further the leadership skills and impact of leaders at all levels to ensure consistently good and outstanding teaching and learning

SCHOOL SELF EVALUATION:
 
2018
Early Years Foundation Stage
Effectiveness of Leadership and Management
Outcomes for Pupils
Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare
Quality of Teaching, Learning and Assessment
Overall Effectiveness
2017
School Self Evaluation September 2017
 
PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS SUMMARIES:
 
EYFS:
Headline Data
 
KS1:
Headline Data
Phonics Screening
CURRICULUM:
Our Curriculum model
Classroom Vision
Experience, Develop, Use Approach
Art Policy
D&T Policy
History Policy
Geography Policy
English Policy
Maths Policy 
Calculation Policy
Science Policy
Music Policy
PSHCE Policy
Computing Policy
PE Policy
RE Policy
SMSC Policy
 
Skills progressions
 
ATTENDANCE & EXCLUSIONS:
3 Year Attendance and Exclusions Information
 

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