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How to complain or appeal if you have an issue with the way the school is supporting your child’s special needs or their EHCP.

 

If you are unhappy with something at our school and your child has special educational needs or disabilities, the first thing to do is to speak to the teacher or the SENCO (Mrs Smeaton). You can ask a family member, friend or advocate to accompany you.  If you are still unhappy, you should talk to the head teacher.

If you cannot resolve a problem informally, ask for a copy of the school's complaints procedure. You can find our Complaints procedure in the 'Key Information' section on our website.

Latest Ofsted report 30th January 2018

Our results for 2018 were:

70% of pupils in Early Years made Good Level of Development (GLD)

76% of Y1 pupils met the standard in the phonics screen

64% of pupils in Y2 met the standard for Reading and Writing and 72% met the standard for maths

57% of Y2 pupils met the standard for Reading, Writing and Maths combined.

66% of Y6 pupils met the standard in reading and in maths and 72% met the standard in writing

56% of Y6 pupils met the standard for Reading, Writing and Maths combined.

9% of Y6 pupils met the higher standard for Reading, writing and maths combined

The average scaled score in reading was 102, in maths was 101

Progress in reading was -4.3, in writing was -2.4 and in maths was -4.3

Our results for 2017 were:

74% of pupils in Early Years made Good Level of Development (GLD)

84% of Y1 pupils met the standard in the phonics screen

80% of pupils in Y2 met the standard for Reading and Writing and 83% met the standard for maths

73% of Y2 pupils met the standard for Reading, Writing and Maths combined.

76% of Y6 pupils met the standard in reading and in maths and 81% met the standard in writing

64% of Y6 pupils met the standard for Reading, Writing and Maths combined.

7% of Y6 pupils met the higher standard for Reading, writing and maths combined

The average scaled score in reading and maths was 105; it was 106 in writing

Progress in reading was -0.5, in writing was -0.9 and in maths was -1.3

 

Our results for 2016 were:

85% of pupils in Early Years made Good Level of Development (GLD)

86% of Y1 pupils met the standard in the phonics screen

In Y2:

92% of pupils met the standard in reading and writing; 88% met the standard in maths.

In Y6:

67% met the standard in reading, writing and maths combined, compared with 53% nationally and above the floor target of 65%.

72% met the standard in reading, 77% met the standard in writing and 79% met the standard in maths.

Progress in reading was -0.4, writing was +0.2 and maths was -0.8. These are all above the floor targets (-5).

Average scaled score for reading was 104 and for maths was 104.2

15% of pupils achieved a high score in reading, writing and maths combined.

 

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