All schools and academies are required to publish a range of information on their website. This page provides this information or tells you where to find it.
The document below outlines the outcomes from our most recent end of Key Stage (statutory) assessments.
Please click here to access the national School Performance Tables.
Schools receive additional funding for any pupils who have been eligible for free school meals during the last six years; pupils who are looked after by the local authority or who are in care and for pupils from families where a parent serves in the armed forces. This money is known as the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG). This year we will be spending out pupil premium funding supporting children to improve their behaviour through a learning mentor, helping children to progress through teaching assistants, supporting children to take part in visits / extended activities and providing small group work. The link below outlines our evaluation of Pupil Premium Spending from the previous school year. We also have predicted how we will be spending our Pupil Premium in 2018 – 2019: Pupil Premium allocation
Please see separate web page outlining details of our curriculum.
Please see separate web page outlining contact details for our academy.
Please see separate web page outlining details about admission arrangements.
Please see separate web page outlining our expectations regarding behaviour.
Please see separate web page outlining our vision.
Please see the Focus Trust Exclusion Policy (July 2017).
Please see the Focus Trust Equality Policy.
Please see the Focus Trust website.
Please see separate web page outlining our arrangements for pupils with SEN.
Please see our Disability Accessibility Plan
Sports Premium is funding allocated to schools to increase participation in Sport. This year we are continuing to fund our entry into the Northwich School Sports Partnership which includes tournaments for the children to enter and a mentoring scheme for teachers to develop their PE skills. We will also be replacing sports equipment that has become damaged so that all children are able to take part in gymnastics with equipment. We are also looking at developing the schools confidence teaching dance through professional dance teachers. The link below outlines our evaluation of Sports Premium Spending from the previous school year. We also have predicted how we will be spending our Sports Premium in 2018 – 2019 – Sports Premium 2018 – 2019.
54% of the Y6 children that left school in July 2018 were able to swim 25m+.
The most recent inspection report can be accessed via the Ofsted website – www.ofsted.gov.uk
We encourage all our parents and carers to contribute to the Parent View website. Parent View is run by Ofsted to obtain feedback from parents about their school/academy. Please click this link for the Parent View website.
Because we are an academy, we are required to publish details of our annual accounts, memorandum and articles of association and Funding Agreement. These can be found on the website of the Focus-Trust: www.focus-trust.co.uk
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