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Statutory Information

Admissions arrangements Please visit HCC School Admissions
Childcare Provision

We offer Nursery provision 5 mornings per week, total 15 hours in the first instance. We also offer up to 26 places for 30hour Nursery Provision- please phone the office for more information. We also offer a daily After School Club, term time only from 3.20pm - 5.45pm.

Contact Details Located on Home page

Curriculum

National Curriculum Key Stage 1 & 2 School curriculum

 

www.gov.uk/national-curriculum

Located on Children's Pages in the individual class sections.

Governor's Information and Duties Located on About Us page
Key Stage 2 results See below
Ofsted Report PDF icon School Report  Ofsted: www.ofsted.gov.uk/
PE and Sport Premium See Below
Performance tables Please visit www.education.gov.uk
Pupil Premium See below
Policies Located on About Us page.
Request For Copies Please contact the office if you require information
SEN Information Located on SEN Support page
Values and Ethos Located on About Us page.

PDF icon DFE Primary School Progress Measures (1010KB)

School SATs Results

Key Satge 2 - Summer 2017

 

2016

2017

‘Expected’  standard

School

Herts

National

School

Herts

National

Reading

75%

72%

66%

87%

76%

71%

Writing

94%

79%

74%

94%

79%

76%

Writing ‘greater than’

44%

 

 

30%

24%

18%

Maths

72%

73%

70%

83%

77%

75%

Grammar

75%

76%

73%

80%

79%

77%

Percentage of pupils achieving expected standards in reading, writing and maths

63%

59%

53%

73%

65%

61%

Average Progress

 

 

 

Average progress in reading

-2.2

 

-5

0

 

-5

Average progress in writing

3

 

-7

1.1

 

-7

Average progress in maths

-1.3

 

-5

-0.6

 

-5

Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths

9%

 8%

 5%

13%

12%

9%

Average scaled score for reading

104

 104

 103

107

105

104

Average scaled score for maths

104

 104

 103

105

105

104

 

Pupil Premium Funding

pdf_icon Pupil Premium Funding Strategy 2017/18 (207KB)

Primary PE and Sport Premium Funding Provision and Impact

PE and Sport Premium 2017-18


2017-2018: Future Provision
Funding for the next financial year is to be doubled. We will continue to make sustainable and additional improvements by developing teacher skills through external coaches and the PE TA, continuing to run a variety of clubs for pupils, improving and increasing PE equipment and resources as well as supporting pupils to make informed choices about fitness, healthy eating and mental well-being.

Summary
High Wych CE Primary School is committed to improving the life choices of our children. The money has been spent on making additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport in school by ensuring increased quality physical activity and by actively trying to change mindsets.
pdf_iconPE Finance 2017/18(159KB)

Archive

pdf_iconPE and Sport Premium 2016/17(148KB)

pdf_iconPE Impact 2016/17(167KB)