School Policies and Documents

Ash Church of England Primary School Prospectus.

School Policies documents available for download.   Print copies of all website information is available on request, further information is available here.

Documents giving getneral guidance for parents on the operation of the school.

Documents giving details of how we teach Numeracy within the school.

Documents giving details of how we teach Literacy within the school.

Planning information for teaching throughout the school.

Documents relating to how we practice Religious Education within the school.

Under the provisions of the Education Reform Act parents have a right to withdraw their children from R.E. Parents should discuss this with the Headteacher.

From 25 May 2018, the UK’s Data Protection Act 1998 has been replaced by a new law called the GDPR (the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016). This law governs how we collect, use and share people’s information and provides greater rights to individuals and control over how their information is handled by organisations, including schools.

Documents/letters and policies are available to inform you how we are compying with the new requirments.

Pupil Premium allocation, use and impact on attainment

At Ash Church of England Primary School, we believe 6.80% of children are entitled to Free School Meals (FSM) and 4.7% of children come from vulnerable groups. We have 8.10% of our children from service families. We use the pupil premium funding to run programmes to target all pupils who are disadvantaged or underachieving. We ensure that all children who are entitled benefit from the funding.

The impact on attainment is monitored by the Headteacher and reports are made to the Governing Body. In addition, the School Finance Officer monitors expenditure to show how the money has been spent.

During 2016 – 2017 we expect to receive £16,020 in pupil premium grant funding. The main use of this money is to raise attainment. The way in which the money is used is to identify barriers to learning success, to devise and deliver solutions and to overcome them. We evaluate the impact and plan the next steps for the children involved. The analysis of data at the end of Key Stage 2 (Summer 2015) shows that the pupil premium children have made good progress measures value added from KS1 to KS2.