Statutory Information

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is money which is paid directly by the Government to Deanshanger Primary School to support certain groups of pupils with their learning. read more here.

Data Protection

We, Northamptonshire County Council, hold personal data about our children in care or those children to whom we provide services, and use this data to:  Support children and monitor their progress; provide appropriate support and pastoral care; and Assess how well the Local Authority (LA) as a whole is doing. read more here.

Safeguarding

Our prime responsibility as a school is to ensure that all children in it are safe. Safeguarding can be defined as ‘The process of protecting children from abuse or neglect, preventing impairment of their health and development. read more here.

Sports Funding

The Government has provided funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013-2014 and 2014/15 to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding. read more here

Ofsted

The school values all feedback provided in order to constantly reflect and improve. The last Ofsted inspection was at the end of November 2016.

Ofsted 2016

Letter to accompany Ofsted Report 2016

In response to the Ofsted feedback, please find attached our revised School Improvement Plan (SIP).

We are committed to rigorous and rapid improvement in the areas outlined and to ensure that our school provides the very best broad opportunities for all children.

In order to support school improvement, we have set up a Parent Action Group (PAG). Our first meeting in January (2017) was an exciting opportunity to build upon our current practice and incorporate valuable feedback from our parents and carers. Summary notes from our PAG groups can be seen here.

PAG Feedback - Maths PAG Feedback - English
PAG Feedback - Presentation PAG Feedback - Anti-bullying

Ofsted 2012

School Performance Data

 

SATS Results

2014/15 Year 6

Percentage of pupils who achieved level 4 or above in reading 87%, writing 83 % and maths 81% 
Percentage of pupils who have improved by 2 or more levels in reading 81%, writing 91% and maths 77% between KS1 and KS2. Percentage of pupils who achieved level 5 or above in reading 43 %, writing 37% and maths 39%.

2015/16
*Since the curriculum and SATs testing has changed substantially this year, direct comparisons between the results for 2014/15 and 2015/16 cannot be made.

Key Stage Two SATS Results – Year 6

Number of children = 58

Nationally

School

Reading

Percentage of children at the expected standard

66%

72%

Percentage of children at the high score

19%

19%

Reading average scaled score

102.6

103.3

Average progress in reading between KS1 and KS2

0

-3.2

 

Writing

Percentage of children at the expected standard

74%

89%

Percentage of children at the high Score

15%

23%

Average progress in writing between KS1 and KS2

0

-0.48

 

Maths

Percentage of children at the expected standard

70%

72%

Percentage of children at the high score

17%

14%

Maths average scaled score

103.0

103.2

Average progress in Maths between KS1 and KS2

0

-2.82

 

SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar)

Percentage of children at the expected standard

72%

78%

Percentage of children at the high score

22%

24%

SPaG average scaled score

104.0

104.7

 

Science

Percentage of children at the expected standard

81%

88%

 

Percentage of children reaching the combined reading, writing and maths score

53%

60%

 

Key Stage One SATS Results – Year 2

Number of children = 59

Nationally

School

Reading

Percentage of children at the expected standard

74%

78%

Percentage of children working at greater depth

24%

51%

 

Writing

Percentage of children at the expected standard

65%

68%

Percentage of children at greater depth

13%

34%

 

Maths

Percentage of children at the expected standard

73%

71%

Percentage of children at greater depth

18%

36%

 

Science

Percentage of children at the expected standard

82%

73%

Year One Phonics Results

Number of children = 55

National

School

Percentage of children at the expected standard

81%

80%

Average Mark

34

33

Year Two Phonics Results – retakes from 2015

 

National

School

Percentage of children at the expected standard

91%

95%

 

Combined reading, writing and maths - National 53%    DPS 60%
The LA moderated the KS1  results and the KS2 writing results.

 

Address

Deanshanger Primary School,
The Green,
Deanshanger,
Northamptonshire,
MK19 6HJ
Tel: 01908 268920
Fax: 01908 261023
To contact the school office, email bursar@deanshanger.northants-ecl.gov.uk
To contact the Headteacher, email head@deanshanger.northants-ecl.gov.uk