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School Day

 
 

Caterpillars and Nursery

8.30a.m.—11.30a.m.

12.15 p.m. – 3.15 p.m.

 

Reception and Key Stage 1

8.45 a.m. – 11.30 a.m.

12.20 p.m. - 3.00 p.m.

 

Key Stage 2

8.45 a.m. – 12 p.m.

12.55 p.m. – 3.05 p.m.

 

Key Stage 1 and 2 have a morning playtime from 10.15- 10.30am.

 

 

Admissions

2 Year Old Nursery

The Local Authority are responsible for the allocation of places within our two year old setting. Please contact Kim Rowntree on 01429 284881.

 

Grange Primary School Nursery

Grange Primary School are responsible for the allocation of places within our school nursery. Please contact the school directly to enquire about places.

 

Grange Primary School

The Local Authority are responsible for allocation of places to school from reception - year 6. Please click on the link below to view the current LA admission arrangements.

2016 Results

 

KS2 SATs scores explained

In Key Stage 2 each Year 6 child was awarded a raw score and a scaled score.

 

The range of scaled scores available for each KS2 test is the same, this year and in future years:

  • 80 is the lowest possible scaled score

  • 120 is the highest possible scaled score

    A scaled score of 100 or more means that the child has met the expected standard in each test; a scaled score of 99 or less means they haven't reached the government-expected standard.

    In 2016 the average scaled score was above the "expected standard": in reading the average scaled score was 103, in maths it was 103 and in grammar, punctuation and spelling it was 104.

 

2016 SATs Results

Percentage of Key Stage 2 pupils (Year 6) achieving the expected standard or above in reading - 54% (National Figure: 66%)

Percentage of Key Stage 2 pupils (Year 6) achieving the expected standard or above in writing - 76% (National Figure: 74%)

Percentage of Key Stage 2 pupils (Year 6) achieving the expected standard or above in maths - 65% (National Figure: 70%)

Percentage of Key Stage 2 pupils (Year 6) achieving the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths combined - 51% (National Figure: 53%)

 

Percentage of Key Stage 2 pupils (Year 6) achieving a higher level of attainment in reading was 16%  

Percentage of Key Stage 2 pupils (Year 6) achieving a higher level of attainment in writing was 19%

Percentage of Key Stage 2 pupils (Year 6) achieving a higher level of attainment in maths was 8%

 

Average progress of Key Stage 2 pupils (Year 6) in reading was +2

Average progress of Key Stage 2 pupils (Year 6) in writing was +5.9

Average progress of Key Stage 2 pupils (Year 6) in maths was +2.1

Average scaled score of Key Stage 2 pupils (Year 6) in reading was 99.6

Average scaled score of Key Stage 2 pupils (Year 6) in maths was 100.2

 

 

Grange Primary School Curriculum

Over the last two years we have been developing the curriculum that we provide for our children. Our main aim is to provide exciting, stimulating topics which the children become fully absorbed in using a cross-curricular approach. We strive to encompass many curriculum subjects into each topic, making them relevant and meaningful for our children.

Behaviour Policy

Please click on the link below to view our school behaviour policy.

Pupil Premium

 

Please read the information below which gives details of the Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

2016-17 Academic Year Pupil Premium Allocation

PE and Sport Premium for Primary Schools

 

The government has allocated specific funding to primary schools to improve the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary children, in the 2015/16 academic year to give them the opportunity to develop a healthy lifestyle. The allocation of this funding is detailed below.  

 

PE and Sports Premium for Primary Schools 2016 - 2017

PE and Sport Premium for Primary Schools 2015-2016

SEND Policy

Please click on the following links for the school's SEND policy and SEND information Report

 

Governors' information and duties

Please click on the link below to view details of the school's governors including business interests and the structure and responsibilities of the governing body.

Grange Primary School Charging and Remissions Policy

Please click on the link below to view the school's charging and remissions policy.

Grange Primary School Vision, Values and Aims

Grange Primary School

Grow, Persevere, Succeed

Be the best you can be!

 

Our Vision:

 

Grange Primary school is at the centre of the community, being a happy, inclusive and positive school where everyone (children, staff, parents and carers, governors and the wider

community) works together in an effective partnership.

 

Our school community ethos is one of mutual respect, understanding and care for all.  In everything we do we accept challenges with a positive attitude, always try our best and have the highest aspirations for ourselves and each other.

 

Children leave Grange as confident, independent individuals with clear dreams and aspirations and the skills, enthusiasm and sense of self-worth to continue their journey to achieve these and to become responsible, respected and valuable citizens in our community, our town and the wider world with strong moral values and beliefs.

 

Our Core Values:

 

Honesty

Passion

Self-belief

Teamwork

Determination

Respect

 

Our Aims:

 

For all members of Grange School Community we want to develop and embed our agreed core values and:

 

  • Instil a thirst for knowledge and lifelong learning.
  • Develop our independence and thinking skills.
  • Develop a sense of pride in ourselves, each other and our environment.
  • Ensure everyone achieves their full potential in everything we do, celebrating our achievements.
  • Establish effective routines- making the most of all of our time in school.

 

 

 

(formulated and agreed  by Staff, Governors, Parents and Children June 2014)

Grange Primary School Complaints Procedure

Complaints and compliments

 

We really do appreciate feedback from parents/carer, so do feel free to let us know what has gone well or what would make things even better. Our doors are always open, and we try our best to be as approachable and as welcoming as we can, so please do not hesitate to come in and discuss any concerns, however minor they may seem with the most appropriate person. We would much rather tackle any concerns at the earliest stage, to resolve the concern and reduce the possibility of them becoming a formal complaint.

 

If, in the hopefully unlikely situation that you do have a complaint, the procedure is detailed in the document below.

 

We do carry out regular questionnaires to find out about how you feel about the school and give you the opportunity to express your views. We also encourage parents to update the parent view site, as and when they want to. This is something that Ofsted will look at when they carry out school inspections. The website address is https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/

 

Parents/Carers are invited to respond to children's annual reports and we also have a suggestion box which is located in the main school entrance.

 

If you have any other suggestions about how you would like to share your views, please do let us know.

 

 

 


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