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Admission arrangements must be on the school website by 15 March each year and displayed for the whole of the offer year.
The school’s admission arrangements, including:
This will be published by 28 February each year. This timetable will:
Outline a deadline for submitting appeals which allows those making an appeal at least 20 school days from the date of notification that their application was unsuccessful to submit a written appeal.
Include reasonable deadlines for those submitting an appeal to submit additional evidence, for admission authorities to submit their evidence, and for the clerk to send appeal papers to the panel and parties.
Ensure those making an appeal receive at least 10 school days’ notice of their appeal hearing.
Ensure that decision letters are sent within five school days of the hearing, where possible.
A pupil premium strategy statement for the current academic year, including the following information:
The school’s pupil premium grant allocation amount
A summary of the main barriers to education achievement faced by eligible pupils at the school
How the school will spend the pupil premium to address those barriers and the reasons for that approach
How the school will measure the impact of the pupil premium
The date of the next review of the school’s pupil premium strategy
The impact of the expenditure on pupils
Information on how the school is spending the recovery premium and what impact it is having, using the DfE’s templates.
PE & Sports Premium
PE and sport premium information must be on the school website by 31 July each year.
Information about the PE and sport premium is available, including:
The amount of funding received in the current academic year.
A breakdown of how the school spent the funding last year.
How it impacted pupils’ physical activity, sport participation and attainment.
How the school will ensure these improvements are sustainable.
Information on the school’s swimming lessons, covering how many pupils within the school’s Year 6 cohort can do each of the following:
Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
Use a range of strokes effectively
Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations
Annual Reports & Accounts
2018 / 2019
No primary test or assessment data has been published for 2020, 2021 or 2022.
The 2019 data was part of the local authority school and therefore isn't shown.
The results from 2018/2019 school year are registered against the previous local authority school, not the academy.
2021 / 2022
Schools do not need to display KS2 results for 2021/2022 on their websites, as this data will not be published.
This is because statutory assessments returned for the first time since 2019, without adaptations, after disruption caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
We provide a link to the DfE's published data for our school.
The content of the curriculum in each academic year, including mandatory subjects.
The content of the RE curriculum, even if it is taught as part of other subjects or called something else.
How parents and members of the public can find out more about the school’s curriculum.
The name of the school
Oakfield Primary School
The school’s postal address
Sylvia Crescent, Totton, Hampshire, SO40 3LN
The telephone number of the school
The website, postal address, and telephone number of the trust
Gateway Multi Academy Trust | 01794 512334 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.gatewaymat.org | GMAT, The Romsey School, Greatbridge Road, Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 8ZB
The name of the member of staff who deals with queries from parents and other members of the public
Hannah McFarlane | email@example.com
The name of the headteacher
Haydn Mitton | firstname.lastname@example.org
The name and contact details of the chair of governors
Iain Collins | email@example.com
The name and contact details of the SENCO
Lucy Bray | firstname.lastname@example.org
Equality Information & Pay
Public Sector Equality
Details of how the school is complying with the public sector equality duty, which are updated annually.
The school’s equality objectives, which are updated at least once every four years.
There are no employees who have a gross annual salary of £100,000 or more, therefore this is N/A
Gender Pay Gap
The school does not have 250 or more employees, this is therefore N/A.
The structure and remit of the trust’s members, board of trustees, committees and LGBs; the full names of the chair of each; the trust's scheme of delegation for governance functions
Information about each of the trust’s members serving at any point over the past 12 months, including:
Their full name
The date of their appointment
The date they stepped down (where applicable)
Any relevant business and pecuniary interests, including governance roles in other educational institutions
Speicific Policies & Documents
The SEN Information Report, updated with any changes as soon as possible after they occur and at least annually,
The ‘SEN information’ specified in schedule 1 to the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014.
The steps the school has taken to prevent discrimination and inequality towards pupils with SEND.
The facilities provided to ensure pupils with SEND can access the school.
How the school plans to effectively deliver information to pupils with SEND.
The school’s accessibility plan.
The school’s plans to increase curriculum accessibility.
How the school aims to improve the physical environment to ensure pupils with SEND can access all the facilities and services offered.