Statutory Items

Statutory Items

The following links take you to key pages and documents that give you the information that we are required to publish on our school website.

Contact Details

Information on how to contact us, including our address and telephone number and the people who deal with queries from parents or the public, can be found on our Contact Information page.

Admission Arrangements

Information about applying for places to our school can be found on our Admissions page.

Ofsted Report

The report from our latest Ofsted inspection can be found on our Ofsted page.

Exam and Assessment Results

Information about how our children perform in statutory assessments can be found on our Test Results page.

Performance Tables

For further information on our school results, you can find a link to the School and College Performance Comparison website on our Test Results page.


Curriculum Outlines can be found on each of our year group pages:


Our Behaviour, Charging/Remissions and Complaints Policies can be found with a selection of others most relevant to our parents on our Policies and Documents page.

Pupil Premium

Information about how we use the Pupil Premium money to support eligible children can be found on our Pupil Premium page.

PE and Sports Premium

Information on how we use the additional funding earmarked specifically for PE and sports can be found on our Sports Premium page.

Special Educational Needs Report

Details on how we support children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) can be found on our SEND Information page.

Equality Objectives

Our Equality Objectives can be found on our Equality page.

Annual Reports and Accounts

Reports and financial information about our Academy can be found on our Governing Body page.


The members of our Governing Body, plus their committee commitments and business interests can be found on our Governing Body page.

Values and Ethos

Information on our school ethos including details of our promotion of British Values, can be read on our Ethos and Values page.

Remote Learning

'Remote Learning’ is an umbrella term describing any learning that happens outside the classroom, without the class teacher being physically present. In the very unlikely circumstances that we have to close the whole school, or a specific class / year group, then we will use Microsoft Teams as the platform for our digital remote education offer.

Good Attendance is essential for pupils to get the most out of their school experience, including for their attainment, wellbeing, and wider life chances. Remote education should not be viewed as an equal alternative to attendance in school. For this reason, we will only consider using remote education as a last resort when the alternative would be no education, and only after it has been established that the pupil is, or will be, absent from school. In such cases, remote education can have the benefit of allowing absent pupils to keep on track with their education and stay connected to their teachers and peers.

Circumstances where it might not be possible for pupils to receive in person education fit into two broad categories:

(1) School closures or restrictions on attendance, where school access for pupils is restricted;

(2) Individual cases where a pupil is unable to attend school but is able to learn. This circumstance should only involve a short-term absence and might include: pupils recovering from short term infectious illnesses, pupils preparing for or recovering from some operations, or pupils recovering from injuries where attendance might inhibit recovery. In some exceptional cases, these circumstances might also include pupils whose attendance has been affected by a special educational need or disability (SEND) or a mental health issue.

For a full or partial school closure, we would use Microsoft Teams with a series of live lessons throughout the day led by teachers from our school.