In line with the School Information (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2012, the key information about Adderley school can be found on this page. If you require paper copies of any of the information or policies listed below please contact the school directly.
If you wish for your child to enrol at Adderley CE Primary School, please contact the administrator Mrs Jackie Plant, who will be pleased to show you around the school.
If your child has been offered a place at the school we will send you details of a parent's meeting and induction days prior to your child beginning school.
The admission arrangements for our school can be found on the Shropshire Council website. Full details of the policy, together with information about the arrangements for admission, are set out in the 'Parents' Guide to Education in Shropshire on the Shropshire Council website. Any specific requests for information on admissions should be directed to the Admissions Team. Tel: 0345 678 9008 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Published Admission number is 8 for the Reception Year intake 2017/18.
Parents of Reception Year children in Shropshire will be required in the Autumn term prior to the school year of admission to complete a Local Authority application form stating preferences for up to three schools. If there are more applications for places that there are places available within the admission limit, then priority will be given based on:
In Year Admissions
When thinking of moving your child midterm or part way through the primary school stage we would advise parents to discuss this with their child's current headteacher. Careful consideration should be given to whether such a move will be of benefit to your child and their educational progress. Parents who wish their child to attend Adderley are encouraged to get in touch to arrange a visit.
To make an application, an in year application form is available below which once completed can be returned to the school.
More information about in-year applications can be found on the Shropshire Council's website.
At Adderley our curriculum promotes respect, tolerance and diversity. Children are encouraged to express themselves through discussions, debates and consultations. We work hard to ensure the children have an understanding of both Christian and British values and how these guide us.
Our work on British Values is further explained in our British Values Statement.
You can download the Charging and Remissions policy here.
Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is defined as: protecting children from maltreatment; preventing impairment of children’s health or development; ensuring that children grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care; and taking action to enable all children to have the best outcomes.
Safeguarding is not just about protecting children from deliberate harm. It relates to aspects of school life including:
Our Designated Child Protection Leads are:
What to do if you think a child is being harmed or is at risk.
If you think a child or young person is being harmed then you must contact Children Services and tell them your concerns.
You can also speak to:
Shropshire’s Safeguarding Children Board – Initial contact team 0345 678 9021
Protecting vulnerable People (West Mercia Police) 0300 333 3000
NSPCC 0800 800 5000 or online at www.nspcc.org.uk
Child line 0800 1111
You can download the Complaints Policy here.
The information about Our Curriculum is also on our 'About us' page. In KS1 we use Letters and Sounds in reading and phonics. Further information with regards to the National Curriculm is available here
Please visit the OFSTED website for our full reports.
If you wish to make a comment about our school, please visit the OFSTED Parent View website. Please note this replaces the parent questionnaire issued upon inspection of a school.
The latest SIAMS inspection report is available here.
Schools receive additional funding for any pupils who have been eligible for free school meals during the last six years; pupils who are looked after by the Local Authority or who are in care or for pupils from families where a parent serves in the armed forces. This money is known as pupil premium grant (PPG).
This grant has been allocated by the government to improve the provision of PE and sport for the benefit of pupils registered at school, so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles.
Minutes from previous Governors meeting are available in the school office on request
Holidays in term time are actively discouraged by the School and Local Authority.
Whistle Blowing - Shropshire Council is committed to open and honest communication and the highest possible standards of integrity. Part of meeting that commitment is to encourage employees, members and others who have serious concerns to speak up. This may need to be on a confidential basis and the Council wishes to emphasise that if someone does "speak up" they can do so without fear of reprisal. Such policies are termed " blowing the whistle".
In 2017 we only had a cohort of 4 children taking KS2 SATS, this included children with Special Educational Needs.
Please note that with very small cohorts, each individual child is a very high percentage of the total, so results can look very different from year to year.
We had a small cohort of 8 children taking KS2 SATS in 2016, this included children with Special Educational Needs.
Because we are a small school, our results are not always available on the government’s Department of Education website. This is to protect anonymity in small schools and because data in such small cohorts is not always statistically useful when each child may represent up to 50 or 100% of the data. If the year group size is below ten pupils the data on the government’s websites is suppressed and appears as SUPP.
Please see DFEs School Performance Tables
If you require a paper copies of any of our policies please contact email@example.com or call the office on 01630 653829