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You will find important information about our performance and funding, as well as many of our policies here. Click on each of the tabs to see more details. If there is anything you can not find, contact us.
Click on the buttons below to download our full admissions policies.
In April 2011 Ofsted conducted an interim assessment and concluded that our outstanding performance achieved in May 2008 had been sustained.
Schools previously judged outstanding are not subject to routine inspection unless concerns are raised about their performance. Her Majesty’s Inspectors look at various sources of information, as listed below. This is called an ‘interim assessment’.
In May 2008 we had our last full OFSTED inspection. What they said:
This is an outstanding school. Teaching is almost always good and often excellent, resulting in its effectiveness being outstanding overall.
Pupils not only do very well in reading, writing and mathematics, but also in other areas.
Throughout the school, pupils speak and listen exceptionally well, showing skills in these areas way beyond those normally found at this age. They have very good thinking skills, which they demonstrate in discussion.
Care, guidance and support are exceptionally good and create an atmosphere in which pupils thrive.
On top of all these excellent features of provision, pupils’ attitudes to school and to learning support their academic progress very well.
The curriculum is extremely varied and stimulating.
The quality of educational provision is very good. In particular, very good teaching ensures that pupils learn very well and achieve well.
View the interim assessment and the full report here:
Parent View is an online questionnaire that allows parents and carers to give their views about their child’s school at any time. It is also the main mechanism for parents to give their views about their child’s school to inspectors at the time of a school inspection.
The national KS2 performance tables are published in December each year. Below is the summary of our results for 2016 -2017.
We are currently updating our full curriculum information, including our approach to the curriculum, the content of the curriculum we follow in each academic year for every subject and the names of any phonics or reading schemes you are using in key stage 1. We will publish all of this information here soon.
For this current term you can find out the areas of the curriculum each class are covering on their class timetable pages:
If you would like any further information about the curriculum we are following please contact us.
Read our behaviour policy and code here.
In 2011-12 the Government launched its Pupil Premium funding. This money is sent to schools based on the numbers of pupils in the school who are eligible for Free School Meals (FSM). From 2012-13, it was expanded to include all children who have been eligible for FSM within the last 6 years.
This money is allocated to initiatives to ensure pupils reach their full potential, both academically and socially.
A great deal more money from the Academy’s budget is added to the Pupil Premium to ensure all children make the required progress and to support the initiatives detailed above.
If your child does not have Free School Meals, but may be eligible because of your family’s income level, please do contact the office (in confidence) to register them. Even if you do not wish them to have the meals, this would mean our school could still claim Pupil Premium funding that may be used to help your child e.g. fund places on school trips or activities; access to Rise and Shine Breakfast Club.
You are read our Pupil Premium strategy here.
Each year we set out plans for how we plan to spend our Pupil Premium:-
Read how we used our 2016/17 Pupil Premium here.
The Government is providing £150 million of ‘Sport Premium’ funding per annum (academic year) to primary schools to support the delivery of PE & School Sport. This funding will be ring fenced and Ofsted will carry out a survey reporting on the first year’s expenditure and its impact.
All schools with 17 or more primary-aged pupils (5-11yrs) will receive a lump sum of £16,000 plus a premium of £10 per pupil, per annum.
The Government are not dictating how schools should spend this money, but are clear that schools will need to employ the strategies that they know will support these pupils to increase their active participation in sports.
Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.
Possible uses for the funding might include:
Please click below to see how we propose to spend our funding this year.
We are required to publish a report on our policy for pupils with SEN. We must must comply with:
We have a requirement to carry out accessibility planning for disabled pupils under the Equalities Act 2010.
We are currently updating our accessibility plan and will add it here soon. Until then please contact us if you would like to know how we are doing the following:
As public bodies, academies must comply with the public sector equality duty. Under this duty we must publish our equality objectives and also an annual update on how we are complying with this duty.
We are currently updating this information and will add it here soon. Until then please contact us if you could like any information about this, including how we are:
We are currently updating our complaints policy and will add it here soon. Until then if you would like to know more about this policy or would like to raise a complaint please contact us.
We have an obligation to post our financial information each year. You can find the latest information and reports here.
(including Charity Trustee and member details):
We are currently updating our charging and remissions policy. Please contact us if you would like more information about this, including:
At Redmarley C of E Primary Academy the staff and governors provide our pupils with the best education that we can; one that excites, engages and motivates them to become independent, lifelong learners. We aim to do this in a secure, caring and happy environment where our pupils will feel confident to achieve their full potential.
After consulting with the pupils we chose our motto to reflect the skills that we want our children to have when they leave our school.
We also aim to: