Key School Information
Our school values
Our values underpin everything that we do in Moulton and are promoted through our curriculum which will ensure that our children develop the skills and knowledge that they need for their future lives and an enthusiasm for life-long learning. For more information about our values and how we promote British values see the side-bar.
- We operate an open admission policy. This means that, providing the needs of the individual child can be met at our school, the Governing Body will accept children into the Reception classes without reference to ability or aptitude at the beginning of the academic year in which they reach the age of five.
- The published admissions limit applied to our school is currently 60 children per year group in Foundation Stage and Years 1 and 2 (Key Stage 1) and 64 in Years 3 to 6 (Key Stage 2). The Governing Body will not admit beyond these numbers even if applications are made for admissions to other year groups. Places in all year groups are allocated in accordance with the published criteria in our policy. See links in the side panel to view our Admissions Policy and Application for Admission Form (PDF Documents).
- To read our full Admissions Policy see the link on the side-bar.
OFSTED and School Performance Data
- The school was last inspected by OFSTED in July 2016. Please follow the link on the side-bar to download the most recent OFSTED Report.
- To find out about recent school achievement see the 2015 School Achievement Tables in the side-bar. There is also a direct link to the DfE Performance Data Website where you can view more information about school achievement.
Pupil Premium Grant and Free School Meals
The Pupil Premium Fund targets additional money at pupils from the most deprived background to help them achieve their full potential. Eligibility for the Pupil Premium has been extended to pupils who have been eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) at any point in the last 6 years. As a group, these children nationally have consistently lower attainment than those who have never been eligible for FSM.
Pupil Premium in the academic year 2015-2016
The Pupil Premium Grant for September 2015 to March 2016 has been calculated as follows:
- pupil premium for 48 pupils (£770 per child) £36,960
- post-LAC adoption 10 pupils (£1,108 per child) £11,083
- Total Pupil Premium Grant received: £48,043
This figure will be updated when indicative allocations are issued with our Budget notification in March 2016.
Our aim is to ensure that our disadvantaged children achieve at least as well, but preferably better, than non-disadvantaged children nationally. We will use the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) to achieve this in a range of ways based on the needs of the individual Pupil Premium (PP) children in our school. This ‘personalised’ use of the PPG will ensure that support is targeted based on the individual needs of these children, thus removing the barriers for their future success. Our target is to close any attainment gap between our pupils who qualify for PP and those pupils nationally who do not.
In 2015-16 we will spend the Pupil Premium Grant in the following ways:
- Provide targeted ‘Mentor Support’ for PP children
- Provide focussed learning support to raise attainment and accelerate progress for PP children
- Provide resources and training for support staff relating with focused intervention programmes.
- Improve reading achievement for PP children.
- Improve well-being and personal, social and emotional development.
- Ensuring that PP children access school trips and extra-curricular activities.
See our Pupil Premium Report for 2014-15 on the left of this page.
Check out entitlement to free school meals by clicking on the Free School Meals Eligibilty link on the left.
Sports Premium Grant
The Government is now providing funding directly to primary schools to improve and enhance the delivery of school sports and PE. We believe it is important that we share how we intend to utilise this money at Moulton Primary school this year. Our intention is to improve the delivery of physical education within school, while developing extra-curricular opportunities to encourage greater numbers of participants in a wide range of activities from leadership to team and individual sports. The Sports Premium Report for 2016-17 can be found under Curriculum > PE and Sports, as can the plan for 2015-16 and 2014-15.
Childcare - for information about our before and after school childcare scheme, see out Virtual Office pages.
Curriculum - for information about our school curriculum, please see the Curriculum tab on the top menu.
Governance - for information about the school Governing Body see the Governors section on the About our School top menu.