Statutory School Information
Pupil Premium Report
Anticipated Pupil Premium Funding for 2016/2017 is £17.160 which will be spent on intervention within classrooms and supplementary provision.
Primary PE and Sports Premium
The primary phonics and reading schemes used within school are Jolly Phonics and Oxford Reading Tree. As the children progress and competence increases the children are encouraged to explore a variety of texts both fiction and non- fiction, from traditional schemes and established authors to newspapers and online sites. Once the children have a good ability to de-code and show good comprehension of texts they will be moved onto our Accelerated Reader scheme. Please ask Class Teachers for further details.
KS2 results 2015
Further information may be viewed on the School Data Dashboard https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/125646
Shottery St Andrew’s is a warm and friendly village style school on the outskirts of Stratford upon Avon, where the personal touch is all important. As a school we pride ourselves as having a strong family ethos, where all pupils are known and cared for as individuals. By taking this approach we believe we inspire them to achieve, enabling them to develop to their full potential, with high esteem and outstanding self- confidence.
Shottery School is a Voluntary Controlled Church of England School, which benefits from strong links with the local church also dedicated to St. Andrew.
The school caters for approximately 80 children, divided by age into 3 classes. Class sizes at Shottery are small, on average 26 pupils per class. This enables staff to know pupils as individuals, maximising the potential to make progress and develop learning. Our standard intake for reception is 15.
Parents play a large part in the success of Shottery School and we welcome parents to show an interest in what their children do at school, in their children's work, in their achievements and in their problems. At the start of each term, class teachers publish information about topics to be covered; these are supplemented each week through updates on our learning portal welearn365.
Built into the school calendar, are 2 parents' consultation evenings and an open evening. Parents will also receive written feedback three times a year updating them on their child's progress as well as giving suggestions for how support may be given at home and next steps for learning in school. Parents are also able to pop in after school on Wednesdays to meet with staff or may make an appointment for another time should this be required.
We recognise the value of clear and consistent communication and aim to set as many key events within the school year as early as possible to assist parents. The weekly newsletter is emailed each Friday, placed on the portal and website as well as being displayed in the entrance hall. The School also has a Twitter feed. For other statutory information please click on the following link.
Click to access the jigsaw assembly (WARNING suitable for 8 years old and above)