Mugginton Church of England Primary School

01335 360261 - info@mugginton.derbyshire.sch.uk

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SEND

Special Educational Needs & Disability(SEND) -Educational Inclusion

We aim to offer excellence and choice to all our children, regardless of their starting point. We have high expectations of all and want them to feel valued as unique members of our school community.

There is much more information in our SEND Offer and the SEND policy in addition to the SEND Local Offer on the Parents page.

For more information on the SEND provision in schools - click here for a PowerPoint Presentation

Inspections

Ofsted

Our latest Ofsted Inspection Reports are available here:

Ofsted Report - December 2013

Ofsted Report - November 2017

SIAMS

As a church school we are inspected regularly by the church inspection authority under SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican & Methodist Schools)

Our latest SIAMS Inspection Reports are available here:

SIAS REPORT - June 2011

SIAMS REPORT - June 2016

Assessment

MPS has developed an in-house system of assessment. Children are assessed against core objectives in each subject via work scrutiny, test performance and observation. A score of 1-9 is awarded for each objective with 1-3 being Below the Expected Standard, 4-6 Meeting the Expected Standard and 7-9 Working at a Greater Depth. Assessments take place each term; staff have ‘Pupil Progress Discussions’ with the Headteacher twice per year to evaluate data and plan additional support for pupils

The advantages of this system are:

  • Using the coloured system, progress and attainment are easy to measure, describe and track over time.
  • Children at risk of falling behind are quickly identified, and specific gaps (which of the key objectives can’t they do?) can be corrected.
  • It is a ‘teacher-led’ system. It does not use a complex (and expensive) computer algorithm to decide where the pupils are; staff use their professional judgement and expertise to make assessments.

A copy of a PowerPoint presentation about the assessment is available here.

Safeguarding

A ‘Safeguarding Culture’ is our highest priority. The latest regulations and advice relating to safeguarding in schools can be found on the following links:

Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE September2018)

Working together to Safeguard Children(July 2018)

Guidance for safer working with children

A summary version of KCSiE, what you really need to know, is available here.

If you have concerns about a child outside of school, please contact the Derbyshire Safeguarding Children Board.

Derbyshire Safeguarding Children Board

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mr J Green

Designated Safeguarding Lead: 1st cover

Monday, Tuesday: Mrs D Wallen; Wednesday - Friday: Mrs E Dennis

Designated Link Governor for Safeguarding

Mrs C Stroud

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is additional funding which is allocated to support children who:

  • qualify for free school meals
  • are looked after by the Local Authority
  • have parents employed by the armed forces

For details on our Pupil Premium Strategy go to our Pupil Premium Strategy for 2020-2021

Sports Premium

In 2020-2021 our school will receive around £16,000. This is invested in professional coaches to lead in-school and after-school sports sessions; pay for transport for sports visits to other locations; allow weekly tennis and swimming lessons and to acquire new sport related equipment.

For more details on how we use this money and the impact it has on the pupils at Mugginton, go to our Sports Premium Fact sheet.

The School Improvement Plan

The School Improvement Plan (SIP) aims to make sure that all pupils make at least expected progress.

The linked diagram shows the SIP at the heart or those activities.

The three priorities for 2020-2021 are:

  1. .To make sure the coronavirus lockdown affects our children’s academic and mental health as little as possible by:
    a) Thorough baseline testing to identify gaps in learning and targeted, rapid responses to any deficit uncovered;
    b) Maintaining our Mugginton-ness - keeping safety measures as unobtrusive as possible whilst observing all necessary precautions stringently.
  2. Further develop the curriculum so progression and skill development is clear in all subjects. Re-write subject policies so the rationale and intent behind the curriculum plan and the intended impact of specific initiatives/teaching sequences on outcomes are clear to all and result in improved academic outcomes.
  3. Further develop the progression of vocabulary and spelling in all subjects through cross-curricular topic work.

School vision

The vision exercise is now complete. Thank you to all who contributed.

Click to access the Vision Conclusion Fact Sheet.

Click to see a summary of the responses:

Length of school day and use of school facilities

Ethos of the school

Size of the school (pupil numbers)

Mugginton CofE Primary School - Mr J Green, Headteacher - 01335 360261 info@mugginton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Church Lane, Mugginton, Weston Underwood, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 4PL