Cop Lane C. E. Primary School

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18th April 14

Welcome to Cop Lane Church of England Primary School.

 A Christian community. Committed to one another.

Giving our very best at all times.

 

 

Contact details

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Cop Lane CE Primary School

Cop Lane

Penwortham

Preston

PR1 9AE

01772 743131

Miss P Carter. Headteacher.

Well done to our Y2 pupils on another outstanding set of results.

Well done to our Y6 pupils on an outstanding set of results. You are stars!

School performance data at KS2 in 2013

 

% achieving level 4 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths combined

96%

% making expected progress in reading

100%

% making expected progress in writing

100%

% making expected progress in maths

100%

% achieving level 4 or above in reading

96%

% achieving level 4 or above in writing

100%

% achieving level 4 or above in Maths

100%

% achieving level 5 in reading

69%

% achieving level 5 in English writing

31%

% achieving level 5 in Maths

58%

% achieving level 6 in Maths

11.5%

 

The national DfE performance tables can be found at;

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

(these currently contain the data from the end of 2012)

Holiday pattern 2013-2014

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 Holiday pattern academic Year 2013 – 2014,

              Closed after school                                   Reopen

Autumn 2013                                                              Tuesday 3rd Sept

Autumn 2013           Friday 25th October                    Monday 4th November

Christmas 2013       Friday 20th Dec (2.00 closure)    Monday 6th January                 

Half term 2014        Friday 14th February                   Monday 24th February

Easter 2014             Friday 4th April (2.00 closure)     Tuesday 22nd April

May Day 2014         Friday 2nd May                            Tuesday 6th May

Spring Bank  2014  Friday 23rd May                          Monday 9th June

                                   (Includes 5 INSET days)

 Summer 2014         Wednesday 23rd July (2.00 closure)                  

Holiday patterm 2014-2015

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Holiday pattern academic Year 2014 – 2015

 

                                    Closed after school                             Reopen

 

Autumn 2014                                                               Wednesday 3rd Sept                 

Autumn 2014               Friday 24th October                   Monday 3rd November

Christmas 2014/15       Friday 19th December                Monday 5th January  

                                    (Close at 2 pm)

Half term 2015             Friday 13th February                  Monday 23rd February

Easter 2015                  Friday 27th March                      Monday 13th April

                                    (Close at 2 pm)

May Day 2015              Friday 1st May                           Tuesday 5th May

May Elections 2015      7th May (School open)                          

Spring Bank 2015        Friday 22nd May                        Monday 8th June

              Includes all 5 INSET days

Summer 2015              Wednesday 22nd July               

                                    (Close at 2 pm)

 

Impact of pupil premium

The total pupil premium for 2013-2014 is £34,400. It is being used to fund additional levels of staffing to ensure individual needs are being met and to provide financial support for school visits to ensure that all pupils can benefit from out of school learning or from expert visitors to the school where that is beneficial to the curriculum unit being studied.

 

The impact of the deployment of these funds has been 89% pupils making expected or accelerated progress in reading/writing/maths from their individual starting points and 80% of pupils in receipt of the pupil premium grant are in line or above age related expectations in terms of attainment.

Impact of Sports funding

The impact of the deployment of these funds has been 89% pupils engage in some form of out of school active provision and this in turn impacts very positively on the rates of attendance, levels of pupils engagement and highly positive rates of attainment and progress in reading/writing/maths from pupil’s individual starting points.

PARENT VIEW

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Parent View gives you the chance to tell OFSTED what you think about your child’s school.

Please use the following link to give your opinion about our school.

You will have to register using a valid email address.

http://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/