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Alveston CofE Primary School

Aiming High: Achieving at Alveston

 

News and Important Information

Oftsed Report

Please click on the above link to view the most recent Ofsted Report (2016).

SIAMS Report

Please click on the above link to view the most recent SIAMS Report (2017).

Alveston Newsletter

Please click on the above link to view the most recent school newsletters.

Alveston Sports Premium 2013-2014

In the academic year 2013-2014 we used our PE grant from the government, along with money from our sponsored event, 'Let's Get Physical' to replace our apparatus in the school hall. The previous equipment used for gym was outdated and not wholly appropriate for primary aged children. The new equipment was installed over the Easter holidays and was an instant hit. All classes have used the equipment and gym lessons have been great fun. The impact has been very positive, as is evidenced when we see children challenging themselves to climb higher, to swing under and over bars and to explore their own limitations, persevering even when they have felt extremely tested. Levels of enthusiasm have soared!

Alveston Sports Premium 2014-2015

Click the link to see how money was spent in 2014-2015

Alveston Sports Premium 2015-2016

Click the link to see how we spent the money during the academic year 2015-2016.

 Alveston Sports Premium 2016-2017

Click the link to see how we spent the money during the academic year 2016-2017.

 Alveston Sports Premium 2017-2018

Click the link to see how we plan to spend the funding in the academic year 2017-2018.

Alveston Pupil Premium Information 2014-2015

Please click here to open a document outlining how we used the Government funding for Pupil Premium children in the academic year 2014-2015.

Alveston Pupil Premium Information 2015-2016

Please click here to open a document outlining how we utilised the Government funding for Pupil Premium children in the academic year 2015-2016.  

 Alveston Pupil Premium Information 2016-2017

Please click here to open our strategy document outlining how we are planning on utilising the Government funding for Pupil Premium children in the academic year 2016-2017.  

 Alveston Pupil Premium Information 2017-2018

Please click here to open our strategy document outlining how we are planning on utilising the Government funding for Pupil Premium children in the academic year 2016-2017.  

 

Alveston Results for 2014-2015

Please click on the link to see the School and College Performance Tables

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/index.html

 Alveston Results for 2015-2016

Please click on the heading to open a document displaying results for EYFS, Phonics, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 results for 2016.

https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables

 

Alveston SEND Information

Please click into the link to find our statutory report on Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Please click on the blue link for the SEND Local Offer: http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/sen  

Alveston's British Values and SMSC

Click the link to see pictures and descriptions of some of our most recent work depicting our British Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Values.

Artsmark Gold

We are thrilled to announce that in 2013 we were awarded Artsmark Gold. It recognises our enthusiasm and hard work in all the Arts - music, creative writing, dance, art and drama. We are really proud of this achievement and hope our Arts curriculum continues to go from strength to strength.  

 

 

Charity work - Aquaid

 

 

For many years now we have supported Aquaid. Our school water cooler (in Key Stage 2 Practical Area) is an Aquaid cooler. The money saves lives and provides essential supplies of water for people who are not as fortunate as us! We are very proud to support such a worthwhile charity.

 

http://www.aquaidwatercoolers.co.uk/

Data Protection

Click to open document on Data Protection Privacy Notice

Leave of Absence during term time 2015-2016

Room in a Box Art and Writing Competition

What a fantastic event from start to finish! There were so many entries for the competition from all classes and the excitement was running through the school. So much wonderful art and craftsmanship was on display along with writing of an extremely high standard. The 'Exhibition' was a huge success and we were proud that the Mayor of Stratford came to present prizes for the winners. Many of the boxes are still on show in communal areas around the school. A big well done to Miss Lilley and Mrs Vickery for organising the competition and the exhibition night.

Stratford in Bloom

Well once again we entered and we are delighted to say that we won! This year, as always, every child was involved and we included all areas of the curriculum. The lower school theme was sunflowers. So, as well as every child in Reception, Y1 and Y2 planting and caring for seeds, we made huge sunflowers using collage and textiles and we looked at VanGogh's famous painting. We also made up sunflower songs, dances and poems. Upper school had a theme 'To 'bee' or not to be...' We planted many wild flowers in school and at Forest School, we wrote poems, made bug sculptures, acted out some of Shakespeare's famous lines and created bug hotels as well as much much more. We even managed to attract bees and we have a nest on our forest school site.

 

A big well done to Miss Campbell and Mrs Newitt for co-ordinating the event this year.   

Stratford Railway Station ART

Children in Reception have contributed to the new sign at Stratford Railway Station. We decorated 'A' and represented our views of the town - water, timber framed houses and swans. You can see it now, along with all the other letters by other schools and organisations. The sign looks beautiful. The whole project was completed working with local artist Rob Hamp and it was organised with Stratforward. Reception thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to take part! 

Stratford upon Avon Town Trust

A registered charity 1088521.

The Town Trust support the school often. Click into here to visit their website 

Supporting the school

We are often asked how parents can help! There are many ways. If you have regular free time you could come into school to listen to readers, to help organise the school library, to help in Forest School sessions or share your vocational talents! Please speak to class teachers if this is something that you would like to do.

Alternatively, you can support the school through the Friends of Alveston - fundraising, organising events and sharing experiences to help new parents.