www.spaldwickschool.org.uk. 01480 890371 General Enquires: firstname.lastname@example.org
School Key Information Published by the School Governors
The following information is provided in line with the School Information Regulations, 2012.
Information provided on this page: Admissions Arrangements, Ofsted Report [May 2017], Pupil Attainment Outcomes, Pupil Premium Grant and Olympic Legacy Funding
Spaldwick School serves the villages of Spaldwick, Ellington, Grafham, Easton, Barham, Woolley and Stow Longa. Children may also come from the surrounding area and Huntingdon. The school’s pupil admission number for 2017-18 is 30. More information on all aspects of the school is available in the school prospectus. [linked to the school website]
Please telephone the school to make an appointment to visit the school and meet the staff and Headteacher. Parents wishing to send their child to Spaldwick School need to contact Cambridgeshire Admissions and complete an admissions form.
As we are a maintained school, our admissions are handled by the Local Authority. [Cambridgeshire] More detailed information can be found by following this link or by contacting our admissions team at:
Telephone: 01223 699200 / 699662
For places in the September 2018 Foundation Stage cohort. Cambridegshire Admission’s application window will open Thursday 16th November – Monday 15th January. Parents wishing to apply for places need to contact the Local Authority. Application forms, and details of deadline dates, are in the Local Authority admissions booklet, which can be accessed on line.
Ofsted Inspection 2017: Spaldwick School continues to be good
The school is a vibrant, happy place. Parents are very positive about the school
Safeguarding and the welfare of pupils are of the utmost importance to all staff members and governors at your school
‘Children make good progress in a caring and nurturing environment’
Spaldwick School July 2017 Key Stage Two Pupil Attainment
Percentage of Spaldwick cohort who achieved the expected standard.
|Spaldwick||National to be confirmed|
|Combined [Reading, Writing [TA], Maths||58%||61%|
|Writing [ teacher assessment]||63%||76%|
Percentage of Spaldwick cohort who achieved the higher expected standard.
|Combined [Reading, Writing [TA], Maths||5%|
|Writing [ teacher assessment]||10%|
The ‘average’ score achieved by Spaldwick cohort. 100 is the score to indicate achievement of the expected standard in the tests.
Average progress [This is the cohort’s average progress from KS1 SAT measurement to KS2 SAT measurement, and compare to the actual achievements of pupils nationally with the same prior attainment [ KS1 SAT data] To be conformed
To see the DfE school and college performance league tables 2016 click here.
Phonic Reading Test, Year 1 83% children passed the test
Pupil Premium Grant
The government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to the main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for Free School Meals and their wealthier peers, by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantaged pupils use used appropriately.
It is for schools to decide how to use the Pupil Premium since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made. Linked document provide details on the current use of this funding element and evaluation.
2017-18 Pupil Premium overview: Pupil Premium 2017-18 overview
2016-17 Pupil Premium Evaluation: Pupil Premium 2016-17 evaluation.
Olympic Legacy Funding [Sport Funding]
At Spaldwick Community Primary School we receive ring-fenced funding to spend on improving sport and PE. We plan to spend this funding according to the attached plan.
Impact is monitored and reported to governors, using the Sports Olympic Funding Report.
GOLD games mark awarded to Spaldwick school July 2017 .
News, reports and sporting events information can be found on the schools SPORTS display board.
2017-18 Sports legacy funding plan: HSSP Sport Premium Funding 2017-18 web information Dec 2017
2016-17 Sports legacy evaluation: Sport legacy plan 2016-17 evaluation
[page updated 5/12/2017]