Information for Parents

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Plan for 2017-2018 is available here.

Pupil Premium Plan for 2016-2017 is available here.

The results at September 2016 are available here.

Our final plan for spending the grant for 2015-16 is available here.

The results at September 2015 are available here.

The results at Easter 2015 for Pupil Premium pupils is available by clicking here.

Details of how we have spent the grant money for 2014-15 is available by clicking here. 

Details of how we spent the pupil premium grant 2013-2014 is available to read by clicking here .

Please click here to open a document detailing how we spent our pupil premium grant 2012-2013.

 

SEND Report & Local Offer - Please click here for details of our SEND Information Report (updated September 2017). Our school SENCo is Mrs R Langridge.

 

Primary Sports Funding

For details of how our Sports Funding was spent for the academic year 2016-2017 please click here (updated September 2016).

Please click here for details of how we spent our Primary Sports Funding for the academic year 2015-2016 (updated September 2015).

 

Performance tables - The DfE performance tables for our school can accessed via https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/120469

 

Our curriculum - a copy of the National Curriculum 2014 can be accessed here for Year 1 and here for Year 2. In the Early Years (EYFS) and Key Stage 1 we use the Letters and Sounds phonics approach. Our reading scheme is the Oxford Reading Tree and we supplement this with the Ginn reading books. Please click here to see how we teach Phonics in our school.  A copy of the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum is available here.The spelling curriculum is available here. If you require any further information concerning the curriculum, please contact the class teacher. For this term's curriculum, see the CLASSES section.

 

Sex and Relationships Education - there have been significant changes to the primary curriculum in England - from 1st September 2014 all primary schools in England are required by law to teach a new national curriculum. One of the areas to undergo significant change is Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) which we are required to teach to all year groups. Please click here to see how we will be teaching this from September 2014.

 

SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural) Education - Please click here for more details on how we plan to achieve this.

 

Information for parents about preventing radicalisation - please click here.

 

Use of reasonable force - All members of school staff have a legal power to use reasonable force in an emergency to prevent children from hurting themselves or others or causing damage. A copy of the DfE policy on its use is available to download here.

 

Other Information 

Hot School Meal Menu - The menu from November to Christmas 2017 can be viewed here (updated 17/10/2017). Our meals are provided by Kingswood Catering and can be booked directly via their website: www.kingswoodcatering.co.uk

Term Dates - Click to view a list of our Term Dates

Uniform Order Form - Click to download our uniform order form. We only carry a small amount of uniform in house. Please check with the school office - uniform can also be ordered directly from our supplier, School Trends (please remember to search for "North Kelsey"). Click here to go to their website.

Collection details form - Click here to download the collection details form

Authorised absences in school - please click here to access guidance from the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) regarding authorised absences from school.

Online safety - please click here download a copy of a leaflet produced by the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) which is intended to be a short guide for parents. A copy of the latest newsletter from E-Safety Advisor is available by clicking here.

 

Values - At Kelsey Primary School, we adopt a different "value" each week. We talk about the value for the week in assembly on Monday morning and challenge the children and staff to see how they  implement that value.

Here are our Values for 2017/18:

Respect

Thoughtfulness

Passion

Trust

Teamwork

Caring for the World

 

Here is a list of our values for September 2016-17:

  • Week 1 - w/c 5th September 2016 - friendship
  • Week 2 - w/c 12th September 2016 - happiness
  • Week 3 - w/c 19th September 2016 - self belief
  • Week 4 - w/c 26th September 2016 - independence
  • Week 5 - w/c 3rd October 2016 -  kindness
  • Week 6 - w/c 10th October 2016 -love
  • Week 7 - w/c 17th October 2016 - loyalty
  • Week 8 - w/c 31st October 2016 - meticulousness
  • Week 9 - w/c 7th November 2016 - rememberance
  • Week 10 - w/c 14th November 2016 - open minds
  • Week 11 - w/c 21st November 2016 - optimism
  • Week 12 - w/c 28th November 2016 - others before self
  • Week 13 - w/c 5th November 2016 - being human
  • Week 14 - w/c12th December 2016 - Christmas
  • Week 15 - w/c 19th December 2016 - none (as we break for Christmas: Tuesday, 20th December)
  • Week 16 - w/c 2nd January 2017 - passion for knowledge
  • Week 17 - w/c 9th January 2017 - patience
  • Week 18 - w/c 16th January 2017 - tolerance
  • Week 19 - w/c 23rd January 2017 - peace
  • Week 20 - w/c 30th January 2017 - quality
  • Week 21 - w/c 6th February 2017 - respect
  • Week 22 - w/c 20nd February 2017 - responsibility
  • Week 23 - w/c 27th February 2017 - teamwork
  • Week 24 - w/c 6th March 2017 - thoughtfulness
  • Week 25 - w/c 13th March 2017 - trust
  • Week 26 - w/c 20th March 2017 - sharing
  • Week 27 - w/c 27th March 2017 - benevolence
  • Week 28 - w/c 17th April 2017 - truthfulness
  • Week 29 - w/c 24th April 2017 - understanding
  • Week 30 - w/c 1st May 2017 - caring for our world
  • Week 31 - w/c 8th May 2017 - never give up
  • Week 32 - w/c 15th May 2017 - achievement
  • Week 33 - w/c 22nd May 2017 - empathy
  • Week 34 - w/c 5th June 2017 - non-judgemental
  • Week 35 - w/c 12th June 2017 - caring
  • Week 36 - w/c 19th June 2017 - compassion
  • Week 37 - w/c 26th June 2017 - courage
  • Week 38 - w/c 3rd July 2017 - dedication
  • Week 39 - w/c 10th July 2017 - one planet
  • Week 40 - w/c 17th July 2017 - endings or beginnings

Admissions - Please click here for Lincolnshire County Council's policy for the admissions procedure for community and voluntary controlled schools.

September 2016 - parents can register for a place at primary school for Reception starting in September 2017 from 14th November 2016 online on the Lincolnshire County Council website:

http://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/parents/schools/school-admissions/do-it-online/apply-online-for-a-school-place/.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 15th January 2017. If parents do not have access to a computer they can make a telephone application or request a paper application by calling the Education Team at the Customer Service Centre on (01522) 782030.

Understanding Progress in English and Maths - The Department for Children, Schools and Families have produced 2 guides. These guides aim to help parents and carers understand how children progress in English and Maths at each National Curriculum level. Also included are ideas for what you can do with your child to support the development of their speaking and listening, reading, writing and Maths at home and help them make progress. The guide for English can be downloaded by clicking here (1.27MB) and the guide for Maths by clicking here (1.1MB).

Book Club - Visit www.myschoolbookclub.com and 20% of the value of every book you buy is donated to us to help us buy more books for the school.