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2018/2019 Prospectus

This Prospectus includes:

  • School dates & times
  • School Behaviour Policy
  • Illness & Medication
  • School Dress Code
  • Additional Services to the school
  • Key Stage results with comparisons to National Averages
  • Charging & remission

You are invited to request sight of any governor minutes if this is something you feel you would find useful.

Please make your request at the school office and we will be able to help. Thank you

Home School Agreement

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Mrs Morley- Parent Support Worker

Mrs Morley- Parent Support Worker 1

Parent Support Worker

From September 2016 Carrie Morley, one of our established Teaching Assistants will be working as a parent support worker in school for 2 afternoons each week. She will be available for you to speak to every Monday and Tuesday afternoon. Her role will include support in the following areas:

  • Behaviour and setting boundaries at home
  • Attendance and routines in the home
  • Signposting to parenting courses and further support
  • Signposting to health professionals
  • Early Help support from the tiers 2 and 3 of the Pathway to Provision
  • Support with parenting issues

There will be regular 'Cake, Cuppa & Chat' meetings where she will be on hand to discuss anything that may be concerning you. She will also be available on the playground in a morning on specific days.

If you would like to book an appointment with Mrs Morley please contact school on 01623480107 and she will arrange this for you.

Yearly Parents Event Calendar

School Improvement Planning 2016-17

School Improvement Planning 2016-17


The following priorities are the areas within school which we have identified for improvement. We have a detailed action plan in place for each priority which is reviewed termly.


Priority 1- To ensure that improvements are made to outcomes in KS1 and Foundation Stage

Priority 2- To develop more outstanding teaching across the school. This includes identifying specific strategies to improve teaching as well as coaching and mentoring.

Priority 3- To continue to raise achievement of children in vulnerable groups such as children with Special Educational Needs, Children in receipt of Free School Meals and Children with English as an Additional Language. This includes developing new assessment systems to track the progress of children in vulnerable groups.

Sub- Priority 1- To continue to raise standards in English across the whole school. This includes work on teaching, reading, writing, spelling and grammar and new assessment systems.

Sub- Priority 2- To continue to raise standards in Maths across the school. This includes the 'Shanghai style' maths teaching and developing new assessment systems.

Sub- Priority 3- To continue to develop the curriculum across the school. This includes ensuring that Cornerstones is effective in delivering the curriculum 2014 which includes developments in Science. It also ensures that the PE funding is spent effectively and that the computing curriculum is delivered effectively. There will be further developments of the Passport To Life which covers our PSHE curriculum.


Rainbow Grammar guide for families