We work hard to ensure that teaching in all key stages and subjects, is outstanding and never less than consistently good. We do this through implementing quality assurance programmes and processes.

Ofsted outstanding

Ofsted Report

Ofsted Inspection report

Foundation Stage Results 2017 – cohort of 15

Reached the early learning goals

  • Expected and/or exceeded 91%

Year 1 Phonics screen test 2017 – cohort of 12

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Percentage of pupils who reached the pass mark

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Percentage of all pupils tested (cumulative with year 2)

Year 1 Phonics national screen test 2017

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National percentage of pupils who reached the pass mark

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National percentage of all pupils tested (cumulative with year 2)

Key stage 1 results 2017 – cohort of 15

 

  • Reading

  • Working at the expected standard 80%
  • Working at expected standard – National 76%

 

  • Writing

  • Working at the expected standard 87%
  • Working at the expected standard – National 68%

 

  • Mathematics

  • Working at the expected standard 87%
  • Working at the expected standard – National 75%

 

  • Science

  • Working at the expected standard 85%

Key stage 2 results 2017 – cohort of 12

 

  • Reading

  • Reached the expected level 92%
  • Reached the expected level – National 71%
  • Reached a higher level of attainment 33%
  • Reached a higher level of attainment – National 25%

Average Progress Score

Average Scaled Score

Average Scaled Score - National

 

  • Writing

  • Reached the expected level 100%
  • Reached the expected level – National 76%
  • Reached a higher level of attainment 25%
  • Reached a higher level of attainment – National 18%

Average Progress Score

 

  • English grammar, punctuation and spelling

  • Reached the expected level 100%
  • National 72%

 

  • Mathematics

  • Reached the expected level 83%
  • National 75%
  • Reached a higher level of attainment 25%
  • Reached a higher level of attainment – National 22%

Average Progress Score

Average Scaled Score

Average Scaled Score - National

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Physical Education (PE) Grant
Budget 2018/19; and Expenditure 2017/18

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and PE grant received

  • Total number of pupils on roll: 96
  • Total amount of PE grant received: £16,950

Summary of PE spending 2017/18

Objectives in spending PE:

  • engaging pupils in increasing physical activity during lunchtime and after school activities, for example tennis, netball;
  • Increase the profile of PE and sport across the school now and for the future;
  • establish and maintain PE equipment for use in lessons to engage and motivate pupils and
  • provide pupils who are most able in sport with expert, intensive coaching and support.

Summary of future spending and actions to be taken:

  • a sports coach to attend lunchtime clubs and provide support during PE educational visits;
  • a staff member to provide a walking club in the morning to increase physical activity;
  • resources such as long-term sports equipment and sundries;
  • covering the cost of transport to sporting events such as competitive sports;
  • a dance coaches to work in school as CPD with staff;
  • sports/activity software to increase physical activity across the week;
  • ‘play’ equipment to encourage physical activity such as table tennis and basketball hoop;
  • a sports ‘champion’ to raise the profile of sports across the school and
  • training or resources to help staff teach PE and sport more effectively.

Outcomes to date: April 2018

  • Reluctant pupils have been encouraged to join in lunchtime and afterschool clubs and games organised by the sports champion;
  • Attendance by pupils at competitive sports have increased by 50%;
  • Staff provide PE and sport more effectively;
  • Broader range of sports and activities offered to pupils;
  • All children have increased their daily amount of physical activity to 30 minutes a day at school;
  • Profile of sports increased demonstrated by increased parent involvement in watching and providing support and
  • Walking and cycling to school increased through parking provision made off-site.
Record of PE spending by item/project 2017/18
Item/projectCostObjectiveOutcome
e.g. One-to-one maths tuition over a three-week periode.g. To achieve consistent performance at level 3b (focusing on conceptual understanding of fractions)e.g. Objective met: evidence collected via discussion with pupils and scrutiny of work
Teaching staff coaching costs for sessions over 12 months£2,900To ensure pupils have outstanding PE opportunitiesSpecialist PE provision provided for pupils
Coaching for lunchtime clubs and after school clubs£2,300To ensure pupils are engaging in physical activity during lunchtimeAll pupils engaging in PE activity at least twice a week during lunchtime
Transport cost for sporting visits£850Encourage participation in competitive sportsIncreased physical activity and encouragement of extra-curricular PE activities
Equipment£2336To provide well- maintained and relevant equipmentMore use by pupils

 

Year of swimming cohort201620172018
Year 6 cohort numbers12159
Met expected standard in swimming100%100%100%

 

Total PE received£8,830
Total PE expenditure£8,830
PE remaining£0

Pupil premium grant expenditure: 2017/18

Summary of PPG spending 2017/18

Objectives in spending PPG:

The main barriers faced by eligible deprivation pupils are:

  • the financial implications of accessing clubs, music and additional workshops;
  • parental engagement with homework and attendance leading to a widening gap in progress in reading/phonics, writing, maths and science;
  • lack of cultural experiences and excursions; and
  • lack of access to internal and external health-related services.

Pupil Premium Grant spending objectives are:

  • to allow eligible pupils to have access to clubs, music and workshops through financial support;
  • to provide additional meetings and evening workshops for parents in how children learn, home/school agreements and promotion of the importance of reading at home and attendance;
  • to enhance/improve cultural capital by ensuring pupils can fully engage with the school educational excursion offer through discounted payments and payment plans;
  • to provide a central member of staff to meet with, coordinate and advise on early intervention, mentoring support and access to external health services

The main barriers faced by eligible service pupils are:

  • Gaps in learning due to mobility and change in schools; and
  • Ability to make and hold friendships.

Pupil Premium Grant spending objectives are:

  • to provide additional learning sessions and resources for individual learning
  • to provide lunchtime and afterschool clubs so that friendship groups and bonds can be established

Summary of 2016/17 spending and actions taken:

The pupil premium grant has been spent on staffing costs for Additional Learning Sessions (ALS) which are 6:1, 2:1 and 1:1.

Resources such as Maths Whizz, Power of 2, Red box and PM Benchmark reading assessment.

PPG is also used to subsidise music lessons, school educational visits, internal workshops, residential trips, after-school clubs, fruit and milk.

Outcomes to date:

Outcomes are measure through both soft and hard data collection:

All pupils eligible for PPG are recorded and tracked in terms of their Age-Related Expectation (ARE).

All pupils eligible for PPG have made progress and most reached or exceeded ARE across reading, writing and mathematics.

Most pupils eligible for PPG are working at expected levels or above across reading, writing and mathematics.

Engagement with clubs, educational visits, residential, music tuition, milk and additional learning sessions are recorded.

Service children are monitored for engagement with clubs with a particular focus on emotional and social support and development.

Next Review:

September 2018

Overview table

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll97
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG14
Amount of PPG received per pupil:
Deprivation
Service
LAC

£1,320
£300
£1600
Total amount of PPG received£19,640


Previous performance of disadvantaged pupils (pupils eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least six months)

End of KS220162017
% of pupils making expected progress in reading92100
% of pupils making expected progress in maths100100
% of pupils making expected progress in writing100100
Record of PPG spending by item/project 2017/18
Item/projectCostObjectiveOutcome
e.g. One-to-one maths tuition over a three-week periode.g. To achieve consistent performance at level 3b (focusing on conceptual understanding of fractions)e.g. Objective met: evidence collected via discussion with pupils and scrutiny of work
Teaching staff costs for 1:2 & 1:6 ALS sessions £7404To achieve the national expectations across reading/writing and mathsAll PPG pupils making progress
TA staff costs
1:1
£6270To ensure pupils are making expected progress/attainmentProgress made by all pupils
Maths Whizz and other ICT programmes£950Access for ALS at home
Parental engagement in progress
Progress in maths
Parental engagement with homework
Educational visits (EV) £1044Ensure pupils attend EVAll pupils attending EVs
Music Tuition£3240Ensure pupils have equal access to additional opportunitiesPPG pupils engaged in music
Aspirations for the future
Assessment resources£1000To demonstrate progressIn use across the school for current assessment point


Total PPG received£19,640
Total PPG expenditure£19,640
PPG remaining£0