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RUSHALL CHURCH OF ENGLAND

VOLUNTARY AIDED SCHOOL


MISSION STATEMENT

To sustain a Christian environment which enables

pupils and staff to be the best they possibly can.




SCHOOL AIMS



To maintain a positive, vibrant learning environment which
reflects a
Christian Ethos



To foster self
-
esteem and self worth, personal growth and
to respect diversity



To encourage a love of learning and to provide a secure
foundation for life long learning



To learn and teach to achieve the highest standards
through an exciting
, broad and balanced curriculum.



To appreciate and celebrate their successes and to
persevere to overcome challenges



To foster a positive home/school relationship based upon
excellent two
-
way communication and co
-
operation To be
the school of choice for ch
ildren and parents.



To ensure the school is embedded in its community


We believe in respect, perseverance, trust, caring &
kindness and fairness

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ACADEMIC SCHOOL YEAR SEPTEMBER 20
11 TO JULY 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Local Education Authority

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Teaching Staff

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Non Teaching Staff

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Governors

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AIM

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THE BUILDING

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SCHOOL HOURS

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TRANSPORT

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MEALS

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CLASS ORGANISATION

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OTHER AGENCIES IN SCHOOL

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ADMISSION POLICY

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INDUCTION

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early years

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SCHOOL
UNIFORM
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GIRLS

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BOYS

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PE KIT

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THE CURRICULUM
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NATIONAL CURRICULUM

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LITERACY AND NUMERACY

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RELIGIOUS AND MORAL EDUCATION

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SEX EDUCATION

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SWIMMING

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HOMEWORK

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RECORDS

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Clubs and Activities

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SCHOOL TRIPS

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CONTACT WITH SCHOOL

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LETTERS FROM SCHOOL

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LETTERS FROM HOME

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HOLIDAYS DURING TERM TIME

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PUPILS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

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BEHAVIOR

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COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE

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PARENTS VISITS TO SCHOOL

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Appointments with
class or head teacher

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MEDICINES AND ILLNESS IN SCHOOL

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PARENT TEACHERS AND FRIENDS ASSOCIATION

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transfer to SECONDARY SCHOOLS

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HOW YOU CAN HELP DUR
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MARY EDUCATION.

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APPENDI
X 1

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National Curriculum Assessment Results 2007

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Key stage 1

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k
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Absences for the year 2006
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2007
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APPENDIX 2

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Documen
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LOCAL EDUCATION AUTH
ORITY




Chief Education Officer




County Hall




Trowbridge




Wiltshire, BA14 8JB




Tel. 01225 713000


SCHOOL ADDRESS

Rushall C of E Voluntary Aided School




Rushall,

Pewsey




Wiltshire,




SN9 6EN

Tel:


01980 630360

Fax:


01980 635368

e
-
mail:


admin@rushall.wilts.sch.uk



TEACHING STAFF


Headteacher



Mrs M Harvey

Class teacher



Mr D Bromilow


Stardust Class

Class teacher



Mrs K Turner


Moonbeam Class

Class teacher



Mrs A Lacey


Sunrise Class

Class teacher



Mrs E Miles


Sunburst Class


NON TEACHING STAFF

School Business Manager

Mrs A Burnett

Admin Assistant


Mrs K Hutchings

Teaching Assistants


Mrs J Flemming

Mrs K Gree
nidge


Mrs T Penny

Mrs C Mensing


Mrs C Archer





Mrs S Long

Mrs H Mansell



SEN Teaching Assistant

Mrs S Milne


Mid
-
d
ay Supervisors


Mrs D Faux




Cleaning Contractor Staff

Mrs B Perry




GOVERNORS


Mrs S Prance


Chair


Mrs A Fowle



Vice

Chair

Mr C Bailey

Mr N Down

Ms L Hill

Mrs A Lacey

Mr M Morton

Mrs E Turner




Clerk to the governo
rs


Mrs S Taylor
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GENERAL INFORMATION

AIM

To provide a happy, caring atmosphere

for everyone associated with the
school
. This, we hope, will be reflected in

the relationships within the
school. Within a framework of high expectation and carefully planned work
through the National Curriculum, we hope to produce good attitudes to
learning, high motivation and the acquisition of academic and social skills.


THE

BUILDING

Our school building has recently been extensively refurbished with a
reception area and offices, a hall with a fully equipped kitchen, and the
Headteacher’s office and staffroom on the first floor. This has allowed us
to create a dedicated Libra
ry, freeing up more space in all of the
classrooms. Toilet and washroom facilities have also been refurbished and
include disabled facilities. Our most recent building project has been the
replacement of a mobile classroom with a two story purpose built Re
ception
and Year 1 Classroom with an additional 4
th

classroom upstairs. Our
extensive grounds include a hard playground, as well as a large playing field.
The area to the front of the school is kept as a quiet garden and we also
have a secure side area fo
r the exclusive use of KS1. Here there is a range
of play equipment and picnic benches specifically designed for our younger
pupils. The main playground has picnic benches and high quality play
equipment for use by all children.


SCHOOL HOURS

9.00am
-

12.
00 noon

12.55p.m.
-

3.l5pm


Morning break
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10.40
-

10.50am

Afternoon break
-

2.10
-

2.20pm (Sunburst class only)


TRANSPORT

Transport is provided free for Manningford, Wilsford, North Newnton and
Upavon including Trenchard Lines at the discretion of the W
iltshire
Education Committee. For a termly charge, other pupils can also make use
of this transport, subject to space. Information about this can be obtained
from Wiltshire County Council Transport Department.

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MEALS

Children may bring a packed lunch or t
hey may choose to have school
lunches, which are provided by
a neighbouring Seconda
r
y School
. If your
child opts for school lunches, they need to be paid for in advance. This can
be done on a weekly or
termly basis. Money or cheques
should be put into a
s
ealed envelope marked with your child’s name and handed into the school
office on a Monday or at the beginning of each term. Changes to dinner
orders should be given on a Friday for the following week.


CLASS ORGANISATION

The school comprises four classes:


Sunburst Class

Reception EYFS



Sunrise Class

Years 1

& 2

Key Stage 1


Moonbeam Class

Years 3 & 4

Key Stage 2


Stardust Class

Years 5 & 6

Key Stage 2


This arrangement may be modified to meet the needs of the pupils or if
numbers dictate otherwise.

At all times, however, the size of the infant
class will not exceed the maximum laid down in Government guidelines.


OTHER AGENCIES IN SC
HOOL

The school has contact with a broad range of agencies upon which it can
draw as needs arise.


CHILD PROTECTION


W
e are committed to providing a safe environment for all children. Where
concer
ns about a child’s welfare arise

our Child Protection
and
S
afeguarding

policy

will be applied. A copy is available upon request.
All
staff are trained in safeguarding pupils.

Mrs Harvey is the dedicated Child
Protection officer and Mrs
E Turner is

the governor r
esponsible for Child
Protection (other governors are trained).


EQUALITY


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ADMISSION POLICY

The calculation for year group size is based on 7
-
year
groups, each compri
sing up to 17, this being the number who
can be physically and safely accommodated on the premises
of Rushall School.


Children are admitted at the start of the academic year in
which their fifth birthday falls, in agreement with Governors, parents, Headte
acher and
the KS1 Co
-
ordinator.


Applications for admission to our school can be made at any

time on the application form
which is available from the school office. In line with DfES guidelines, the Governors have
established criteria for over subsc
ription. Applications will be held and used for decision
-
making purposes when the year places are allocated. The DfES guidelines expressly state
“admission authorities should not give priority to parents based on the date order in which
applications were

received”. Details of the selection process and admissions criteria are
available from the school. The school will keep parents informed should the new LA
guidelines require them to submit applications to central body.


We operate a waiting list for chi
ldren whose parents wish them to attend Rushall School.
Those children may be placed on the waiting list, whilst they are educated elsewhere if the
year group to which they would join is full. The waiting list is operated in date order.


INDUCTION

We op
erate an Induction Process which begins in the summer before the child is due to
start, when our Reception Teacher and Teaching Assistant visits each child in their home.
This allows the child to meet the teacher on familiar ground. Following this, the ne
w pupils
are invited to join the reception class for three mornings,
together with other children who are starting with them. At
the start of the new term, reception children attend
full
time
. Arrangements can also be made for older children, who
are due
to join the school, to spend some time with us before
they start.


EARLY YEARS

A brochure giving details of our Early Years Policy and ways you can help your child
prepare for and settle into school, is available from the school office.






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SCHOOL UNIFO
RM

GIRLS


Grey Skirt, pinafore dress or grey tailored trousers


White or white/maroon blouse; maroon cardigan, sweater, school

sweatshirt or cardigan


White, maroon or grey socks or tights


Or maroon/red dress in checks or stripes for summer



BOYS


Grey

trousers (long or short)


White or grey shirt


White/maroon jumper, maroon cardigan, sweater or school sweatshirt


Maroon tie (if worn); grey socks


Sweatshirts, cardigans and fleeces with the school logo embroidered on are
available from the school offic
e.


PE KIT

All children require the following to be in school
every
day
, in a named bag:


White T
-
shirt and dark blue shorts (or navy joggers
for younger children)

Plimsolls


not the same as the ones worn during the
day


Trainers
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Moonbeam and Stardust

Classes only


Dark coloured tracksuit bottoms (optional)


Any indoor PE or dance is done barefoot as we believe it is safer. Plimsolls are
required for games and the occasions when a child may need to keep his/her feet
covered for indoor work.


During wi
nter months, children will need a spare top and tracksuit bottoms for
games.


ALL ARTICLES SHOULD
BE NAMED


Note:

T
-
Shirts, tracksuits and shorts with pictures, advertising and/or slogans
are
NOT

acceptable.


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PE is part of the National Curriculum and is t
herefore compulsory unless we
receive written confirmation of the child being unable to take part.


THE CURRICULUM

The school follows the curriculum as set down by the National Qualification and Curriculum
Authority (QCA).


NATIONAL CURRICULUM

As statutori
ly required, other curricular areas follow the Curriculum 2000 and Excellence
& Enjoyment, thus providing a broad and balanced education for each child. In brief, our
curriculum covers the following areas in addition to those above:
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These subjects are taught through a creative, skills led programme of work matched to
the needs of the children.


LITERACY AND NUMERAC
Y

The literacy an
d numeracy curricula are both carried out in accordance with current
Government guidelines. We teach creatively making links between subject areas and allow
children to learn in a variety of ways. All our classes are mixed ability; teachers pay
particula
r attention to ensuring that the work covered is matched, not only to the needs
of the year group, but also to the ability of the individual.


RELIGIOUS AND MORAL
EDUCATION

In compliance with the school’s Trust Deed, as a Church of England school, there is

an
emphasis on religious education, although not on denominational beliefs. Assemblies are
held every day. The Parish Priest is a regular visitor to the school leading assemblies, as
well as assisting with RE and other lessons. The school holds a servic
e in one of the local
churches at Christmas and Easter, as well as other times of year, as appropriate. These
services are planned by the school and always involve the children.


If any parent wishes to withdraw their child from Religious Education and/or
acts of
worship they should notify the School, who will respect their wishes and discuss
alternative arrangements.



Literacy

Numeracy

RE

Science

Geography

History

Art

Music

Design and Technology

PE

PSHE/Citizenship

ICT

Dance / Drama



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SEX EDUCATION

Education in the facts of life is given as a natural part of explaining the world around us to
the children and may occur at

any time throughout the school life. Parents will be
informed before children are more formally introduced to this topic. If any further
information concerning this aspect of education is required, parents should contact the
Head Teacher.



SWIMMING

All

pupils swim at Devizes Swimming Pool at designated times during the school year. The
use of swimming goggles is NOT PERMITTED, unless the child has a doctor’s certificate
supporting their use on medical grounds.



HOMEWORK

Homework regularly takes the fo
rm of learning spellings, tables, reading and tasks related
to work covered in the classroom. In accordance with the home/school agreement,
parents are asked to support this homework policy.


If a child has a long absence from school, the class teacher ca
n give homework to help
maintain progress. Homework will also be provided for those children who are identified
as requiring consistent additional practice.



RECORDS

Various forms of record are kept of the pupil’s work so that their progress can be
monit
ored. These include:


1.

A teacher’s plan outlining the work proposed for a set period and regular
notes of work covered by the class during this period.


2.

Detailed records of progress through the National Curriculum and
attainment targets


we call the
se ‘I can statements’.


3.

A portfolio of pupil’s work showing coverage during the previous year.


4.

A written report, to parents, of pupil’s progress each year, in conjunction
with a meeting with parents in the Spring to discuss individual pupil’s
target
s.


5.

A portfolio of work from language, maths and science showing items of
work from most attainment targets, through all the levels in the school.


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CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES

Various clubs and activities are run throughout the year by
staff, parents and m
embers of the community. These are
either during the lunchbreak or after school and have
included sports, gardening, drama, cookery, walking and a
film club. We welcome help with running clubs and
activities, so if you have a particular skill or interest
, or
would just like to help out please contact the school. In
the interest of the safety of our children we ensure that
appropriate checks have been completed on all leaders of
clubs and activities.



SCHOOL TRIPS

We run trips throughout the school year

to enhance the learning experience of the pupils.
Hence all trips have a strong educational content. Recent visits have included theatre
trips, visits to a local farm, Salisbury Cathedral, London, Trowbridge Museum and Marwell
Zoo, as well as participati
on in sporting events with other schools in our area. The
Government does not fund such excursions so we ask for contributions from parents to
assist with the costs. Where families are unable to
contribute all or part of the cost, children will not be
excl
uded from the trip. Problems of this nature should be
discussed with either the class teacher or Head and will be
treated sympathetically and in complete confidence.
Occasionally, we request help with transporting children to
local events as a way of redu
cing the costs. In these
instances the suitability of the vehicle and the driver is
checked and parents are asked to give permission for their
child to be transported in this way.


The PTFA have been very generous in supporting educational visits, childre
n have raised
funds towards their trips and thus our curriculum is much enriched.


CONTACT WITH SCHOOL


LETTERS FROM SCHOOL

Fortnightly newsletters are sent informing parents of forthcoming events and news.

Please keep these for reference.

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LETTERS FROM H
OME

Please inform the school by letter, telephone or in person of the following:


1.

Absence from school
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on the first day of absence.


2.

Lateness.


3.

When a child is to be withdrawn

from a lesson.


4.

Change of address.


5.

Change of home circumstances

that might affect a child’s performance.


6.

If a child is to leave school early. (An adult must collect them.)


7.

If a child is to go home after school other than by their usual method of
transport.


HOLIDAYS DURING TERM

TIME

The Governors have adopted
a policy
in line with LA advice
on the taking of
holidays during
term time. This

would be unauthorised except for exceptional

circumstances. A copy of
the policy

is available from the school office.



PUPILS WITH SPECIAL
NEEDS

We are committed to the in
clusion of children with Special Education Needs (SEN) into
mainstream education. We welcome all children for whom Rushall School is an appropriate
learning environment. The school is readily accessible to pupils with physical disabilities
(The access pla
n can be viewed upon request). As this is a small school it is easier for
teachers to notice such things as poor eyesight, loss of sleep and learning difficulties.
Once identified, problems will be discussed with parents, and action taken in line with th
e
Code of Practice. Conversely, pupils who are performing well above the ability for their
age will also be identified and appropriate action taken. A copy of our SEN policy is
available from the school office.


BEHAVIOUR

The school expects pupils to foll
ow the important rules set out in the school Behaviour
Policy, a copy of which is available from the school office. Transgressions are dealt with
immediately.


COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE

The school follows the Wiltshire LA policy. In the first instance, matters

should be
discussed with the class teacher or Head Teacher, whichever is appropriate. If the
difficulty is unresolved then the Chair of Governors can be approached.

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In the case of alleged bullying, the schools anti
-
bullying procedures will be followed.


PARENTS VISITS TO SC
HOOL

We welcome parents into school to help with a wide range
of activities, from hearing children read, helping with
practical lessons such as sewing or cooking, to being an
extra adult on school trips or events. If you would like t
o
be involved in this way, on an occasional or regular basis
please talk to your child’s Class Teacher.


APPOINTMENTS WITH CL
ASS OR HEAD TEACHER

It is essential that parents and teachers work in close harmony for the sake of the child.
Please do not feel
you can only contact the Head or your child’s Class Teacher when you
think there is a problem. One of the nicest things for a teacher is to hear that a parent is
pleased with their child’s schooling. If you would like to meet with your child’s Class
Teach
er or the Head, please contact the school office to book an appointment during the
weekly surgery time which is held every Thursday from 3.30 pm to 4.30 pm. However if
the matter is urgent either the Class Teacher or Head will be happy to see you


before
the start of school or at the end of the day are the best times.


MEDICINES AND ILLNES
S IN SCHOOL

If a child should become unwell at school, parents will be contacted. Please ensure that we
have up
-
to
-
date telephone numbers for such calls. If it is ess
ential for a child to take
medication during the school day, we need to receive written consent for a member of
staff to supervise the taking of the medication. This should include the dosage and time to
be taken. Members of staff cannot dispense medicati
on. All medications must be kept in
the school office and should be clearly labelled with the child’s name. If your child suffers
from asthma the Class Teacher should be supplied with an inhaler for them, if necessary.
During hot weather all children are e
ncourage
d to drink plenty of water and
wear hats and
apply sun cream regularly, when in the sun.


Should your child be physically sick or show signs of diarrhoea we are advised by the
Health Protection Agency that they should remain at home for 48 hours af
ter the last
symptoms.


PARENT TEACHERS AND
FRIENDS ASSOCIATION

The Association exists to further the links between home and school and also supports the
school by fundraising for additional items to further the learning experience of our pupils.
Meetings
are held, usually in the evening once or twice a term. The committee is elected
at the Annual General Meeting which is held in Term 1. If you would like to be involved at
whatever level, the school office will be able to put you in contact with the relev
ant
person.

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TRANSFER TO SECONDAR
Y SCHOOLS


The school is happy to support applications to a wide range of secondary schools. Indeed,
in the past, pupils from Rushall have transferred to:
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Pewsey Vale




St John’s, Marlborough,

Market Lavington


Deviz
es School

Bishops Word
s
worth and South Wilts Grammars, Salisbury


Being our closest secondary school, we have excellent links with Pewsey Vale, by way of
regular meetings between our headteacher and staff at Pewsey, as well as visits to our
school by their

staff for assemblies and other events. Our pupils also take part in special
events put on by Pewsey Vale for primary pupils. When a pupil moves to another school we
send reports and records and often meet with tutors to discuss the pupils needs,
particul
arly where there are special educational needs.



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HOW YOU CAN HELP DUR
ING YOUR CHILD’S PRI
MARY
EDUCATION.

1.

Give your support to the school in both what you say and do.


2.

Encourage your children to make as positive and real a contribution to school l
ife as
is possible, and in whatever fields they are able.


3.

Talk to your child about their work in school and discuss homework regularly.


4.

Join the PTFA. All parents are welcome to attend our meetings and we are grateful
for any help with organising
and running our many events, which include social,
fundraising and sporting.


5.

Try to help your child to develop a healthy respect for books and learning and to
read as widely as possible at home.


6.

Regular attendance is most important. The school has
an excellent record of
attendance that it is hoped all parents will maintain.


7.

Contact school with information about anything you think may affect your child.


8. Volunteer to help in your child’s or another class.



















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APPENDIX 1

NAT
IONAL CURRICULUM ASS
ESSMENT RESULTS 20
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KEY STAGE 1

KS1 eligible pupils






School results


Level 1

Level 2+

Level 3+

National
Averages
Level 2+
(provisional)

Speaking & listening



100%

1
0%


Reading


1
0%

9
0%

4
0%


Writing


2
0%

8
0%



Maths



100
%

10
%


Science


1
0%

9
0%





KEY STAGE 2

KS2 Eligible pupils









School Results


National Averages

(provisional)

%with level 3+ in English

% with level 3+ in Maths

100%

100%


% with level 4+ in English

% with level 4+ in Maths

86
%

86
%



% with level 5
+ in English

% with level 5+ in Maths

% with level 6+ in Maths

14
%

14
%

7%






Please note figures are rounded

These results are published in accordance with the DfES guidelines (April 2002)


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ABSENCES FOR
TERM
S 3 & 4

20
11


Number of children o
f compulsory age on roll f
or at least one session ………………8
8


Percentage of half day sessions missed through:
-


Authorised absences………………………………………………………...
4.14


Unauthorised absences…………………………………less than one percent





APPENDIX 2


DOCUMENTS & POLICIES

Docu
ments and policies covering all areas of school life and the National Curriculum are
available in the school office, amongst them:
-


Admissions Policy

Homework Policy

Absence for the purpose of a family holiday Policy

SEN Policy

Early years Brochure

Bullyi
ng Charter