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Statutory Information

To provide parents with the information they need at the right time maintained schools, acedemies and free schools are required to publish specific details.

Please find below, key information which we are required to publish (accoring to the School Information (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2012-No.1124).

 

School Contact Details

Please click  here  to access this information.

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Determined Admissions Arrangement

This information can be found on the Warrington Borough Council website. Arrangements for schools maintained by the council are available to view or download, please click on the following link determined admissions arrangements 2018-19, 2017-18 & 2016-17.

Ofsted Report & School Behaviour Policy

School Performance Table (key stage 2 results)

Please click on the link below to take a look at latest School Performance Tables for Croft Primary School which are published on the DfE website.

Croft Primary School

  • 89% of pupils met the new expected standard in Reading
  • 96% of pupils met the new expected standard in Mathematics
  • 96% of pupils met the new expected standard in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
  • 82% of pupils met the new expected standard in Writing
  • 75% of pupils met the new expected standard in all of Reading, Writing and Mathematics
     
  • 22% of pupils met a high level of attainment in Reading
  • 36% of pupils met a high level of attainment in Writing
  • 43% of pupils met a high level of attainment in Mathematics
     
  • Reading progress score is  -0.5
  • Writing progress score is  -0.2
  • Mathematics progress is  1.6
     
  • Average 'scaled score' in Reading is 107
  • Average 'scaled score' in Mathematics is 109

National:

  • 71% of pupils met the new expected standard in Reading
  • 75% of pupils met the new expected standard in Mathematics
  • 77% of pupils met the new expected standard in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
  • 76% of pupils me the new expected standard in Writing
  • 61% of pupils met the new expected standard in all of Reading, Writing and Mathematics

School Curriculum

From September 2014, all primary schools are required to deliver a new national curriculum with amended content for all subjects. Changes have been made to the required content in year groups, particularly in English and Maths. Schools are also encouraged to include their own content and skills which are to reflect their location and their community. Our SLT and staff have worked to develop a bespoke curriculum that will deliver the statutory requirements and link with our school priorities based around these principles:

This document provides an outline of the content of the National Curriculum 2014. Each term, teachers will provide an overview of specific learning in each of our classes.

Pupil Premium Allocation, Special Education Needs Policy, Charging & Remissions Policy and School Sports Funding

 

School's Ethos & Values

Please click on these links to take a look at our  Mission Statement ,  School Vision  &  School Aims .

Equality Objectives

Please click here to take a look at our equality objectives.

School Improvement Plan Summary 2017/18

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SEN Report