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Statutory Information

School Contact Details

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Timings of Our School Day


15 hours (am) - 8.45am - 11.45am

15 hours (pm) - 12.15pm - 3.15pm

30 hours         - 8.45am - 3.15pm

Reception - Year 6

8.45am - 3.15pm (doors open at 8.35am)

Admission arrangements

Please see the Admissions tab in the left hand side panel.

Ofsted and HMI Reports

Below is a list of the most recent inspection documents and monitoring reports.

For more information, or for earlier Ofsted reports, then please follow the link to their website.

If you would like the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child's school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour, then please follow the link https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/login?destination=give-your-views

By sharing your views, you’ll be helping your child’s school to improve. 

Assessment Results

Schools are not required to publish the assessment results from 2020 -2021 academic year as these have not been published as performance measures by the Secretary of State (due to COVID 19).

Performance data is based on the percentage of pupils achieving the ‘expected standard’ in reading, writing and mathematics at the end of key stage 2. The average scaled score (expected) is 100+ with pupils working at greater depth achieving a higher score of 110+. Writing was teacher assessed using an outcome of ‘expected (EXS+) or working in greater depth (GDS).

The performance data below refers to academic year 2022-2023.

**Unvalidated    data

Expected Standard or above


Expected Standard or above



Expected Standard or above


Higher Standard 


Higher Standard


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RWM combined







Progress Measures

Progress measures are based on the average progress of every pupil. Pupils’ results are compared with the achievements of other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment.

*A score of 0 means pupils in this school, on average, do as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.

*A positive score means on average pupils do better than those with similar prior attainment nationally.

*A negative score means on average pupils do worse than those with similar prior attainment nationally.

  • Average scaled score 100+
  • Higher standard 110+


    St Augustine’s Progress measure


    Progress Measure


    Average scaled score

    St Augustine’s

    Average scaled score





    Reading (test)






    Grammar, punctuation and Spelling (test)






    Maths (test)



For information about DfE school performance tables then please follow this link.


For information about our School Curriculum click on the Curriculum tab in the left hand panel where you will find all the information that you need.

For information about the reading scheme we use please follow the Bug Club link in the left hand panel.

Pupil Premium

At St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School we have high aspirations for all of our children and believe that no child should be left behind. Every child in our care is valued, respected and equally entitled to develop their full potential whatever their background and irrespective of need. We are determined that every child has the opportunity to realise their full potential and all members of staff and governors accept their responsibility for disadvantaged pupils. 

What is Pupil Premium?

Pupil Premium is additional funding, from the government, provided to schools for supporting pupils from low income families to ensure that they benefit from the same opportunities as all other children. Research shows that pupils from deprived backgrounds underachieve when compared with others. The premium is provided to ensure that there is no difference in attainment between the two groups. In the financial year 2022-2023 the school will receive £1,385 for each child registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last six years. Schools will receive £2,410 for each looked after pupil, or previously looked after pupil, who meets specified criteria.

There are three categories of children that qualify for pupil premium:

  • Children who are eligible for free school meals
  • Looked after children
  • Armed Forces children

Schools have the freedom to spend the funding in a way in which they feel best supports the most vulnerable pupils.

At St Augustine’s staff and governors are committed to meeting all our children’s pastoral, social and academic needs within a safe, caring and supportive environment, in line with our Christian Values.  We aim to ensure that all our pupils benefit from the funding to enable them to reach their full potential by using a range of strategies to help them to overcome barriers to learning by developing communication and language skills and improving attainment in English and Maths.

We aim to:

  • Ensure all children are able to reach their full potential in an engaging, stimulating and challenging environment
  • Provide a stable, consistent school environment where children feel safe
  • Ensure that Pupil Premium funding allocated to our school is used solely for its intended purpose. Never confuse eligibility for the Pupil Premium with low ability, and focus on supporting the disadvantaged pupils to achieve the highest levels regardless of ability
  • Foster independence skills so that children take responsibility for their own learning
  • Ensure that no child is excluded from any activities and opportunities available in school because of deprivation
  • Ensure all school staff are involved in school improvement – a drive and capacity to continually improve through school development planning and school self-evaluation
  • Ensure all staff are involved in the analysis of data so that they are fully aware of strengths and weaknesses across the school
  • Be transparent in our reporting of how we have used the Pupil Premium, so that our parents, interested stakeholders and Ofsted are fully aware of how this additional resource has been used to make a difference
  • Analyse reasons for areas of underachievement or attainment gaps and target support in these areas making adjustments when necessary
  • Demonstrate the impact of each aspect of spending on the outcomes for the children
  • Ensure there is robust monitoring and evaluation in place to account for the use of Pupil Premium by the school and governing body
  •  Use high quality teaching and learning as the preferred way to narrow gaps in attainment in the first instance supported by high quality interventions
  • Have a clear and robust performance management system for all our staff, and include discussions about pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium in performance management and pupil progress meetings
  • Ensure the funding is used effectively with due regard for achieving value-for-money


The majority of our work through the pupil premium will be aimed at accelerating progress and moving children to at least age related expectations. Initially this will be in communication, English and maths. Supporting the well-being of pupils is high priority in enabling children to become confident and resilient learners.

The range of provision the staff and Governors consider making for this group include:

  • Providing 1-1 and small group work with an experienced teacher or teaching assistant focused on overcoming gaps in learning.
  • Additional teaching and learning opportunities provided through trained TAs or external agencies.
  • Providing a ‘Nurture Group’ to improve attainment by improving the social and emotional dimensions of learning for targeted children throughout KS1 and KS2.
  • Supporting families who are experiencing challenging circumstances, including securing support through the Early Help referral process.
  • Continued professional development for staff delivering the support and for class teachers to ensure that support delivered is targeted to benefit their learning in class.
  • Purchase of equipment /resources to support children in their development.
  • In addition, the school recognises that the wider curriculum supports and enriches children’s development in communication, English and maths, and therefore funding will also be allocated to enable children to participate fully and actively in wider and extra-curricular activities; including class visits and residential visits


It will be the responsibility of the Headteacher, or a delegated member of staff, to report to the Governors on: 

  • The progress made towards narrowing the gap, for socially disadvantaged pupils.
  • An outline of the provision that was made since the last meeting.
  • An evaluation of the cost effectiveness and impact of the provision in terms of the progress made by the pupils receiving a particular provision.

Parents will receive information as to the progress of pupils through personal information sent home and through reporting of assessment results at the end of each term of the academic year.

Reporting to the Governing Body will take place termly:

September 2023      January 2024    June 2024

Published on our school website will be:

  • Our pupil premium allocation for the current academic year
  • Details of how we intend to spend our allocation including barriers to learning
  • Details of how we spent our previous academic year’s allocation
  • How it made a difference to the attainment of disadvantaged pupils
  • The funding that is allocated for the current financial year

Statutory Policies

Behaviour Policy

At St Augustine’s, we are a caring, inclusive school and aim for every member of our school community to feel valued and respected. We all have the right to be treated fairly and with respect. The school Behaviour Policy is therefore designed to encourage the way in which all members – pupils, staff, parents and governors, can work together in a mutually supportive way. It aims to promote an environment where everyone feels safe and secure and where the health and well-being of individuals is paramount. Relationships are based on respect, fairness, honesty, courtesy and consideration.

The rights and responsibilities of all stakeholders and our expectations and procedures, are set out in the Behaviour Policy.

PE and Sports Premium

Below in the school information relating to how the Sports Premium funding is allocated each academic year and the impact it has had on raising standards within the PE curriculum and sports participation.

Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND)

For information about Special Education Needs and Disability - please follow the SEND link on the left hand panel.

Childcare Provision

We offer 30 and 15 hours of free childcare for 3 and 4 years olds within our Nursery provision. The 30 hours is offered over 5 days, 8:45 - 3:15pm, term time ony. The 15 hours is offered over 5 morning per week, 8:45am - 11.45am, term time only or 12:15pm - 3:15pm, term time only.

For children in KS1 and KS2 the school hours are 8:45am - 3.15pm although they may enter their classrooms at 8:35am.

The Governing Body

For information about our School Governors please follow the link on the left hand panel. 

Financial Transparency in Schools

Schools are responsible for a significant amount of public expenditure. Every year our financial data are published, and are viewable by schools, and members of the public, on a national website. This can also be used to compare information between schools, locally & nationally. To view our financial information please visit :



It is a requirement that schools publish the number of employees on salaries of £100,000 or more – St Augustine’s Catholic primary School has no employees with this criteria.  

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