Matthew Ingall, Headteacher, Bloxham C of E Primary School, Tadmarton Road, Bloxham, OX15 4HP
Tel: 01295 720224 | Fax: 01295 720484
Or email us here.
Inclusion manager: Kit Sharpe, Tel: 01295 720224, EMAIL
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If you require a paper copy of any information on this site, we will provide this free of charge. Please contact the school office.
Our aim is for every member of our school community to reach their potential through:
- Excellence in Teaching and Learning
- Engagement in a varied and inspiring curriculum
- Enjoyment and Achievement
- Extending partnerships to families and the wider community
- Encouraging each other
This page details of how Bloxham Primary School is complying with the public sector equality duty. There are two documents:
- The Equality Policy – which outlines our school’s equality objectives. Reviewed every 3 years.
- The Equality Action Plan - which details what the school is actually doing to support our public sector equality duty. This is reviewed annually.
A WHOLE SCHOOL APPROACH
According to Paul Dix, behaviour consultant, quoted in the 2011DFE Report Behaviour and Discipline in Schools - A Guide for Head Teachers and Schools Staff,
‘The best schools have a sign above the door regardless of what context they are working in, which says, “This is how we do it here.” When you walk through the doors of that school, the expectations of behaviour are different from those outside. The behaviours that you use in the community or the behaviours that you use with your parents might well work out there, but when you walk through that door, that is how they do it there. The best schools have absolute consistency. I don’t care whether the system they use is behaviourist or whether the system they use is extremely old-fashioned, the critical difference is that people sign up to it and teachers act with one voice and one message: “This is how we do it here”.’
Bloxham Church of England Primary School believes that all our pupils should have an equal opportunity to benefit from school activities and visits (curricular and extra curricular) independent of their parents’ financial means. This charging and remissions policy describes how we will do our best to ensure a good range of visits and activities is offered and, at the same time, try to minimise the financial barriers which may prevent some pupils taking full advantage of the opportunities.
This section on the DfE website pulls together new and current research and evaluation projects, research centres, publications and data from a range of sites, making it easier to compare a selection of individual schools and to see all the information in one place. This link takes you to Bloxham Primary's entry.
The table below shows the levels of attainment (how well they did) and progress (how far they came since Year 2) of Year 6 children for the academic year 2015/16.
Key Stage 2 results for 2015/16
|Year 6 % of pupils working at expected standard||Year 6 average progress/ value added||Year 6 % of pupils working at Greater Depth||Year 6 average scaled score|
|Writing||87||3.1||37||Not yet available|
|Grammar Punctuation and Spelling||86||Not available||43||107.1|
|Reading, writing and Maths combined||68||Not available||13||Not yet available|
It is a statutory requirement for all Governors to record any pecuniary interests held either personally or through a company or relative or partner. An 'interest' in this case, is a situation where a member of the governing body may be affected personally or financially, directly or indirectly, or in some other way by a decision made at a meeting where the governor is present.
Or you can downlad the relevant file below.
OFSTED is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They report directly to Parliament and are responsible for inspecting and regulating schools, pre-schools, nurseries, and any services caring for children and young people, as well as those providing education and skills for learners of all ages. A list of Bloxham Primary School's recent inspection reports can be found here.
The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011 and is given to schools to help them work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as ‘Ever 6 FSM’).
Schools also receive money for children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months, and children of service personnel.
The Governing Body of Bloxham Primary School takes its responsibility under section 11 of the Children Act and duties under “working together” to safeguard and promote the welfare of children very seriously. We work together with other agencies to ensure adequate arrangements exist within our setting to identify, and support those children who are suffering harm or are likely to suffer harm.
This is the annual report to the Governing Body on implementation of the school's SEND Policy and Disability Equality Scheme. It includes progress of pupils with SEN, budget allocations, Staff responsible for SEND, involvement of parents and carers and discussion of the implications of the SEN legislation that became law in 2014.
You can download the 2015 SEND report here.
Bloxham C of E Primary School was allocated £ 11,611 in the 2016-2017 academic year to improve the quality and breadth of PE within the school.
To see how we spent this money, please download the annual report. The 2015-16 report is also available.
Below is a list of pages detailing how we teach various subects. We are still organising this for the website so please bear with us while we tidy it up! As well as documents on teaching, you will also find information on how we go about target setting, how we feedback to the children on their work, plus how we mark their work, and the yearly maps of the curriculum - what the children will be taught, and when.
If you would like any further information about the curriculum please ask your child's teacher in the first instance or alternatively the school office.