Statutory Information

All information is available in hard copy from the school office on request.
 
 Admissions
Please click HERE to find out more about the admission process for our school.
 
Attainment
Please click HERE to access the Department of Educations Performance Data for Duxford C of E Community Primary School.
Please see below for our latest Key Stage results.
Attendance
 
For more information click here or  see our Attendance policy below.
Remote Learning
Click on the pdf below for information on remote learning.
Curriculum
Please see the curriculum tab at the top of the page.
 
Reading: In Key Stage 1 we use Oxford Reading Tree (ORT) and similar materials to support our teaching of reading.  Children read within a band on ORT, but can choose from a range of books outside of ORT which have been banded within the same range.  Phonics is taught using Letters and Sounds.
 
Department of Education Performance Data
Please click HERE to access performance data for Duxford Primary C of E Community Primary School including national comparisons.
  
 
E- Safety
For further information about e-safety at Duxford Primary School please click HERE.
 
Equality
Please see our Equality Policy below.
SEND
See our latest SEND report below.
OFSTED Report
Please click HERE for the schools most recent OFSTED report.  You can also fine the Church Report and the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools Report (SIAMS).
 
Policies
Please click HERE to access our school policies.
 
Pupil Premium
Please see our Pupil Premium statement below.
Sports Premium Grant
 Please see our Sports Premium Grant below.
COVID Catch-up Funding

In June, the government announced £1 billion of funding to support children and young people to catch up. Further guidance has now been released (https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-catch-up-premium) showing that the money is to be split between a catch-up premium and a national tutoring scheme. The money for the catch up premium is designed to help schools support pupils make up for lost teaching time, and the money for the national tutoring school is designed to provide additional, targeted support for those children and young people who need the most help.

The catch-up premium is funded on a per pupil basis at £80 per pupil. This will be based on the previous year’s census, meaning we are predicting Duxford school will be in receipt of approximately £16,000. It is not expected, however, that there will be a spend of £80 on each and every pupil in schools. The government has made it clear that the spending of this money will be down to schools to allocate as they see fit. To support schools to make the best use of this funding, the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) has published a support guide for schools with evidence-based approaches to catch up for all students.

Click on the pdf below to see how we plan to spend the COVID19 Catch-up Funding
Financial Benchmarking
Please click here for information on financial benchmarking.

Number of individuals earning over £100k : 0

 
 
Central record of recruitment and vetting check

The school holds a record of all staff and volunteers who work in school. The 'single central record' is maintained by the school business manager and monitored by the governing body.

 
Aims and Values
Please click HERE for information on our school's Aims and Values.
Contacts
Sarah Cahill, our business manager, and Vicky Rigby our Reception Office Administrator will be happy to help with every day questions you may have.  Please see the contact details on our Contact Us page.
 
For more information see our policies page under the About Us tab.