Cop Lane C. E. Primary School

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26th April 17

Welcome to our school

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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.

bursar@coplane.lancs.sch.uk

Holiday pattern academic Year 2016 – 2017

Term

Closed after school

Reopen

 

Autumn 2016

INSET day 31/08/2016

Thursday 1st  September.

Autumn 2016

Friday 28th October

Monday 7th November

Christmas  2016 -2017

Thursday 22nd December (close at 2.00)

Monday 9th January  2017

Half term 2017

Friday 10th February

Monday 20th February

Easter 2017

Friday 7th April (close at 2.00)

Monday 24th April

Mayday 2017

Closed Monday 1st May

Late May bank holiday 2017

Friday 26th May

Monday 12th June (Incl 4 INSET days)

Summer 2017

Friday 21st July (close at 2.00)

Friday 1st  Sept

Our admission policy for pupils starting school from September 2018 can be found here.

As we prefer to offer parents a more personal touch and to see the school at work on a "normal" day, we do not hold a one off open morning, but offer you a tour of school in either a small group or individually. These sessions are available on most Monday mornings at 11.15 from September to December. Please ring school on 01772 743131 to ensure we are, "open for visitors." We look forward to meeting you.

PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT NEED AN ADDITIONAL FORM COMPLETING TO APPLY FOR A PLACE AT OUR SCHOOL. THE LA FORM IS ALL THAT IS REQUIRED.

Our SEN Information report for the current year.

How we use our pupil premium funding and its impact

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Our Pupil Premium Allocation for last year (2015-16) was £29,620

At Cop Lane CE Primary School Primary School we used this money to:

  • Increase the Teaching Assistant support in class and the delivery of intervention programmes and in-class support.
  • To employ Higher Level Teaching Assistants to work with groups of children and also those most vulnerable.
  • To subsidise wider learning opportunities for first hand, experiential learning, both in and out of school, including school visits.

Impact

The levels of attainment have been compared between pupil premium pupils and whole school attainment in reading, writing, maths and science. Pupil premium pupils have attained at least in line or above non pupil premium pupils and their rates of progress has been in line or above non pupil premium pupils (See table below) No pupil premium pupils have attendance below 85%.

 

Secure attainment or above at end of year (teacher assessment)

Y1 pupil premium pupils

Y2 pupil premium pupils

Y3 pupil premium pupils

Y4 pupil premium pupils

Y5 pupil premium pupils

Y6 pupil premium pupils

Reading

100 %

n/a

100 %

 100%

100 %

 50%

Writing

100 %

n/a

100 %

 0%

100 %

 50%

Maths

100 %

n/a

100 %

 100%

100 %

 50%

Science

100 %

n/a

100 %

 100%

100 %

 50%

 

Our Pupil Premium Allocation for this year (2016-17) is £37,220. Given the successes in 2015/2016, the pupil premium funds will be deployed in the same manner in 2016/2017 with the additional development of a ‘key worker’ role for the Pupil Premium children within each year group.

Impact of Sports funding

Please look at the impact of the deployment of these funds and their impact at our school.

Prospectus 2016-2017 : Adobe Acrobat file (1330.1k)

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/