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Shalfleet Church of England Primary School

Shalfleet Church of England Primary School
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Previous inspection Good
Leadership and management Good
Early years provision Good
Achievement of pupils Good
Quality of teaching Good
Behaviour and safety of pupils Outstanding
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Shalfleet Church of England Primary School is a Primary, Co-Ed, Church of England school located in Isle of Wight County, South East.

It has 191 students from age 0-11 yr with a student-teacher ratio of 25 : 1.

This school rated Good by recent Ofsted inspection.

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The Federation of the Church Schools of Shalfleet and Yarmouth exists to educate kids in a loving, Christian environment where everyone can succeed both now and in the future.
We prepare kids for the experiences, opportunities, and responsibilities of a changing world.
As a Federation, we decided that the kids should be able to relate to the same three core values.
They were relationships, resolve, and respect.
As church schools, we felt that these were all characteristics that Jesus possessed or would wish us to exhibit in ourselves and to others.
Every term, the kids reflect on what the values mean to them and work toward them.
All students will have learned about the three values by the end of this school year.
that students will feel accomplished as a result of their continuing efforts in their academic work.
RELATIONSHIPS that students would value the friendships they have with adults at home, at school, and with guests.
that students will show consideration and respect for visitors, adults at home and at school, their friends, and other students.
We at the Federation of the Church Schools of Shalfleet and Yarmouth take school improvement seriously and have high expectations for the students in our schools.
In order to elevate the aspirations of all of our learners, both adults and children, we write our school improvement plan on "kites."
The Federation of the Church Schools of Shalfleet and Yarmouth is promoting British values.
The basic British principles of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and respect for people of all religions and beliefs must be promoted in all schools, according to the DfE, which has lately reaffirmed the need for doing so.
Through our Junior Leadership Teams and student surveys, students have the chance to voice their opinions.
Students are instructed on the importance of laws, their justifications, how they regulate and safeguard us, the duties associated with this, and the repercussions of breaking the law.
With the knowledge that they are in a secure and encouraging atmosphere at school, students are actively encouraged to make decisions.
Students are encouraged to be aware of, comprehend, and use their rights responsibly.
Our Christian principles of Respect, Determination, and Relationships serve as the cornerstone of the whole Federation curriculum, ethos, and behaviour policy.
The principles are well understood by the students, who can relate to how they are displayed in both their own and other people's daily lives.
This is accomplished by giving our students the opportunity to comprehend that they are just a little portion of a society that is culturally varied and inside a world that is getting ever-so-slightly "smaller."
We aim to provide our students every chance to comprehend and respect such variety.
Prejudice-related discussion and education are part of our normal curriculum and school ethos.
Please click the link to access the most recent DfE British Values guidance.
The fundamental ideas that guide our standards for behaviour are found in The Federation's Core Values.
Respect, tenacity, and relationships are the Federation's three core ideals (RaDaR).
Through the positive management of behaviour we aim to uphold the core values of our schools, enabling children to be respected and respectful, have determination to learn and to foster positive relationships with adults and children alike within the school and wider community.
It is the responsibility of everyone in school to promote our nurturing ethos and to make positive choices about their behaviour, take responsibility for their own actions, and promote the development of positive self-esteem and wellbeing.
At all times, we will model and promote respect for others and accountability for our own actions.
A school where every individuals is, included within the Christian ethos, teaching and learning, should experience Christian worship and develop links within the communities.
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Shalfleet Church of England Primary School
Shalfleet PO30 4NN
Phase of Education Primary Primary Primary
Type Local Authority Maintained Schools Local Authority Maintained Schools Local Authority Maintained Schools
Snobe grade
C
C
C
Ofset report Good Good Requires Improvement
Age range 0-11 2-11 4-11
Gender Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed
Student teacher ratio 25.4 47.8 16.3
Proficient Math - - -
Proficient Read - - -
Grade 5 or above GCSE - - -
Grade 5 or above A Level - - -
Day Fees - - -
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Primary Exam Result

View the average scaled scores of pupils in the key stage 2 reading and math tests. Scores of 100 or more indicate the expected standard, while 110 or more indicate a higher standard.

Average scaled score School LA England
Maths 102 99 97
Reading 101 100 98

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Reading, writing and maths School LA England
Pupils meeting the expected standard 52% 51.46% 55.78%
Pupils achieving at a higher standard 0% 3.56% 7.36%

Explore how much progress pupils have made in reading, writing, and math from key stage 1 to key stage 2.

Subject Progress score Description
Reading -2.7 Below Average
Writing 0.9 Above Average
Maths -0.8 Below Average

Exam Result Not Published

Due to the pandemic 2020, 2021 and 2022 Primary school exam
results were not published at school level.

Exam Result Not Published

Due to the pandemic 2020, 2021 and 2022 Primary school exam
results were not published at school level.

Exam Result Not Published

Due to the pandemic 2020, 2021 and 2022 Primary school exam
results were not published at school level.

View the average scaled scores of pupils in the key stage 2 reading and math tests. Scores of 100 or more indicate the expected standard, while 110 or more indicate a higher standard.

Average scaled score School LA England
Maths 103 100 96
Reading 103 1 103 95

Explore how well our pupils are doing academically. Discover the percentage of pupils who reach the expected level (with a score of 100 or more) and those who excel even further (achieving a score of 110 or more).

Reading, writing and maths School LA England
Pupils meeting the expected standard 71% 13 58.44% 60.34%
Pupils achieving at a higher standard 4% 9 6.26% 9.66%

Explore how much progress pupils have made in reading, writing, and math from key stage 1 to key stage 2.

Subject Progress score Description
Reading -1.6 Below Average
Writing -0.1 Average
Maths -1.5 Below Average

View the average scaled scores of pupils in the key stage 2 reading and math tests. Scores of 100 or more indicate the expected standard, while 110 or more indicate a higher standard.

Average scaled score School LA England
Maths 103 2 99 94
Reading 102 2 103 95

Explore how well our pupils are doing academically. Discover the percentage of pupils who reach the expected level (with a score of 100 or more) and those who excel even further (achieving a score of 110 or more).

Reading, writing and maths School LA England
Pupils meeting the expected standard 58% 9 54.31% 59.43%
Pupils achieving at a higher standard 13% 5 7.26% 9.11%

Explore how much progress pupils have made in reading, writing, and math from key stage 1 to key stage 2.

Subject Progress score Description
Reading -2.6 Below Average
Writing 2.3 Above Average
Maths -1.1 Below Average

View the average scaled scores of pupils in the key stage 2 reading and math tests. Scores of 100 or more indicate the expected standard, while 110 or more indicate a higher standard.

Average scaled score School LA England
Maths 105 97 93
Reading 104 100 93

Explore how well our pupils are doing academically. Discover the percentage of pupils who reach the expected level (with a score of 100 or more) and those who excel even further (achieving a score of 110 or more).

Reading, writing and maths School LA England
Pupils meeting the expected standard 67% 53.03% 56.24%
Pupils achieving at a higher standard 8% 5.92% 8.14%

Explore how much progress pupils have made in reading, writing, and math from key stage 1 to key stage 2.

Subject Progress score Description
Reading -1.4 Below Average
Writing 1.8 Above Average
Maths 0.0 Average
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Holidays 2023/24

Holidays Date
Autumn Half Term Holidays 23rd Oct 2023 - 3rd Nov 2023
Winter Holidays 20th Dec 2023 - 1st Jan 2024
Spring Half Term Holidays 12th Feb 2024 - 16th Feb 2024
Spring Holidays 29th Mar 2024 - 12th Apr 2024
Summer Half Term Holidays 27th May 2024 - 31st May 2024
Summer Holidays 29th Jul 2024 - 30th Aug 2024

Terms Dates 2023/24

Terms Dates
Autumn Term 1st Sep 2023 - 22nd Oct 2023
Autumn Term-2 4th Nov 2023 - 19th Dec 2023
Spring Term 2nd Jan 2024 - 11th Feb 2024
Spring Term-2 17th Feb 2024 - 28th Mar 2024
Summer Term 13th Apr 2024 - 26th May 2024
Summer Term-2 1st Jun 2024 - 28th Jul 2024
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25 : 1
Student teacher ratio at Shalfleet Church of England Primary School
Local authority ratio 21 : 1

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