This page provides links to key information as required by 'The School Information Regulations 2016' and guidance published by the DfE in September 2022
To notify us if your child will be absent from school or to speak to the Head teacher or a member of staff, please contact us via the link above.
Name of Headteacher - Mrs Emma Roberts
Name of Chair of Governors - Mrs Alex O'Dwyer
Name of SENDCO - Miss Lisa Jenkin
Request for copies
If you would like a paper copy of the information from this website, please contact Mrs Norman or Mrs Teasdale in our main school office where all information will be given free of charge.
Please click on the link above for more information on our admission arrangements
Please click on the link above for guidance on our pupil exclusion arrangements. (DC model arrangements)
Latest Ofsted Report
Latest SIAMS Report
Please click on the link above to find out more about our ethos and values
Please click on the link above for more information on our Governing Body
Please click on the link above for our Behaviour policy
Please click here for a copy of our anti-bullying policy
Please click on the link above for our charging and remissions policy
Please click on the link above for the document 'Keeping Children Safe in Education' September 2022
Please click here for our Child protection Policy
For more information on safeguarding in our school please click the 'safeguarding' button on our home page.
- Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics
- Average progress in reading
- Average progress in writing
- Average progress in mathematics
- Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of achievement in reading, writing and mathematics
- Average scaled score in reading
- Average scaled score in mathematics
Information about the curriculum
We follow the National Curriculum that was published in 2014 and also link learning to children's interests to really engage them in our rich and varied curriculum. To find out more about the National Curriculum 2014 please click here.
See the 'Our Curriculum' tab on our homepage for more information on the following:
- content of each subject in our curriculum;
- information on progression in each subject,
- our policies on each subject;
- how each subject links to Early Years;
- our development plan for each subject; and
- more about our Curriculum Intent Statement
Our reading scheme and phonics programme
In September 2021 we adopted a new phonics programme; Little Wandle Letters and Sounds Revised.
We have invested heavily in high quality, decodable books which match the scheme.
Click here to visit the parents' information page on the Little Wandle website.
When children are ready they move onto the Accelerated Reader Scheme which ensures that comprehension skills are developed alongside the skills of word reading. They take a quiz after finishing their book (which is matched to their learning needs) to further develop their understanding of the text. They move up levels when the class teams feel that they are ready, when they have shown good understanding of the texts that they are reading.
Please click on the link above for our SEND policy
To view our accessibility plan please click here
Link to our SEND Page
Please click on the link above to see our complaints policy
Click on the link above for our Remote Education Plan
Click here for a link to our Covid-19 page which includes more information on Remote Education
Click here for a link to our Home Learning section of our curriculum with useful links and ideas for remote learning
Schools Financial Benchmarking
Click here for a link to view the financial information of Symondsbury Primary School
Equality Policy and Information
As public bodies, local-authority-maintained schools must comply with the public sector equality duty in the Equality Act 2010 and the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties and Public Authorities) Regulations 2017. This means you must publish:
- details of how your school complies with the public sector equality duty - you must update this every year
- your school’s equality objectives - you must update this at least once every 4 years
Please click here for a copy of our uniform policy
Opening and Closing Times
Our School day runs from 8:55am to 3:30pm which is equal to 32 hours and 55 minutes per week.
This does not include Breakfast Club that runs from 8am and After School Club and extra-curricular clubs that run until 4:30pm