Farmborough Church Primary School

Farmborough Church
Primary School

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Statutory Information

The school is required by law to make certain information accessible on the website. For ease of access, links to this information have been collated on this page.

1. Contact Details

Contact details

Farmborough Church Primary is part of The Partnership Trust. 

The contact details for the Trust are as follows;

Telephone: 01761 404207

Fax:01761 411751

Address:
The Partnership Trust,
Mulberry Lodge
Longfellow Road,
Radstock, Bath, BA3 3AL

 

2. Admission arrangements or where they may be found (community and voluntary controlled schools only)

Farmborough Church Primary School is affiliated with The Partnership Trust which constitutes the statutory Admission Authority for the school and our admission arrangements can be found here: https://farmboroughchurchprimary.org.uk/Admissions/ 

 

3. Link to Ofsted Report

 To view our latest Ofsted Report please click on the following link:

http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/inspection-reports/find-inspection-report/provider/ELS/109191

 

4. Government Performance Tables

Government Performance tables – including most recent Key Stage 2  results

End of Key Stage 2 Summer 2023 assessment data

Scaled scores summary:

Average scaled score for Reading = 107 (National = 105)

Average scaled score for Maths = 105 (National = 104)

Progress Scores summary (against a national average of 0):

Reading = 2.0

Writing = -0.1

Maths = 0.9

Attainment percentages summary:

Expected standard:

Reading = 77% (National = 73%)

Writing = 68% (National = 71%)

Maths = 74% (National = 73%)

Higher Standard:

Reading = 48% (National = 29%)

Writing = 19% (National = 13%)

Maths = 35% (National = 24%)

Phonics check outcomes Summer 2023:

Y1 Phonics = 92% (National = 79%)

Y2 Phonics = 97% (National = 89%)

End of Key Stage 2 Summer 2022 assessment data

Scaled scores summary:

Average scaled score for Reading = 106 (National = 105)

Average scaled score for Maths = 106 (National = 104)

Progress Scores summary (against a national average of 0):

Reading = 2.0

Writing = 0.0

Maths = 2.7

Attainment percentages summary:

Expected standard:

Reading = 90% (National = 75%)

Writing = 70% (National = 69%)

Maths = 85% (National = 71%)

Higher Standard:

Reading = 30% (National = 28%)

Writing = 10% (National = 13%)

Maths = 40% (National = 22%)

Phonics check outcomes Summer 2022:

Y1 Phonics = 87% (National = 75%)

Y2 Phonics = 92% (National = 87%)

 

5. School curriculum information for each year group by subject, including phonics/reading schemes.

Our Curriculum

 

6. Behaviour and SEND Policies

Behaviour and SEND policies

Available on our policy page or by request from the school office

 

7. Pupil Premium allocation

Reports on our 'Pupil Premium Allocations' can be read by clicking on the relevant links below:

Pupil Premium 3 year Strategy Statement 2021-22 to 2023-24

 

8. Primary PE Funding use and impact on attainment

The PE and Sports Premium is provided by Government to:

  • develop or add to the PE, physical activity and sport that the school provides
  • build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now are sustainable and will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

There are 5 key areas to focus on:

  • Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
  • The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement
  • Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  • Broader experience of a range of sports and physical activities offered to all pupils
  • Increased participation in competitive sport

We are proud of all that we achieve each year in providing high quality PE, daily physical activity and opportunities to represent the school at events, competitions, tournaments and festivals. In 2019, this was recognised officially when we were awarded the School Games Gold mark.

 

PE and sport are a very important part of our school and we strive to be involved in as many different activities as possible, so that children gain a variety of memorable experiences. Here is a summary of the many things that have taken place in recent years:

Summary of PE and Sport event participation 2020-21

Reports on our Primary PE and Sports Premium Grant can be read by clicking on the relevant links below:

Evidencing the Impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium - Impact Review 2022-23

 

9. School’s ethos and values

This can be found here

 

10. Business Interests Register

Governors Business interests can be found on this page

The Partnership Trust Register of Business Interests can be found here

 

11. SEN Offer

Our Special Educational Needs Local Offer can be read by clicking on the link below:

Farmborough_SEN_Local_Offer

SEND Information Report

 

12. Equalities Duty

Information on the school’s Equalities objectives and how we comply with our Equalities Duty can be found here

Our Equality Policy can be found here

 

13. Accessibility Plan

Our Accessibility Plan is available for reading within the Inclusion Policy

 

14. Multi Academy Trust accounts

Financial documents, Articles of Association, Funding agreements etc .

 

15. Complaints Policy and procedure

Farmborough Church Primary School uses the Complaints policy of The Partnership Trust. This can be found here

 

16. SIAMS

Latest SIAMS Inspection Report January 2019