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Extra Curricular Activities
Breakfast Club The school runs a Breakfast Club every school day morning from 7:45 to 8:45 to meet the needs of working parents. As it is outside the school day it is a chargeable service, costing £3.50 per day. On arrival at school please walk your children in to the breakfast club room (off ...
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There are ten members of our Governing Body in the following categories (dates in brackets are when their term of office ends): We also have an associate governor Headteacher (1 space) Stuart Odell Parent Governors (3 spaces) Mark Thompson (02/05/2020) Zoe Grove (18/05/2021) Rachel Hunt ...
The School Curriculum- our INTENT The school curriculum comprises all learning and other experiences that each school plans for its pupils. The National Curriculum is an important element of the school curriculum. Below is the INTENT of our school curriculum, as decided by the staff and governors, to ...
Our School SENDCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) is Mrs Elvin, a teacher from CLass 3. Our Governor looking after vulnerable groups, including SEND is Lucy Smith. Both are contactable through the school office. Click here to see the Department for Education's SEND guide for parents and ...
Parent View gives you the opportunity tell the government what you think about your child’s school. Used by OFSTED when making decisions about which schools to inspect, and when. During inspections, Parent View will be the ONLY way inspectors gather information about the views of parents. Click ...
Achievement & Performance
For the 2017-18 assessment window, the following are a selection of facts on pupil performance. Assessment measure Our Percentage National Percentage (to compare it to) Reception GLD (good level of development) ...
You can view or download our most recent Ofsted Report by clicking on the file below. Or you can click here
View or download our September 2018 prospectus, page by page.
Ethos & Values
Our Vision Our vision is to enable children to be successful learners , confident individuals and responsible citizens . This means we aim to foster: • successful learners who will have an enquiring mind, enjoy learning and achieve their full potential. • confident individuals who show resilience and are able to ...
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