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Key School Information

Within this section you will find information which all schools are asked to publish and make available on their websites. Please refer to our Publication Scheme on the policies page for more information.

If you have any questions regarding anything contained in this section of the website please contact:

Mrs Watts (Headteacher) at school (01765 635276)

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Anti Bullying

At North Stainley CE Primary School we take the risk of bullying very seriously. We use the Anti Bullying Alliance definition of bullying –The repetitive, intentional hurting of one person or group by another person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power.

The children focus on anti-bullying strategies at least one week every term through assemblies, workshops and PSHCE lessons. We invite external groups like Childline and NSPCC to support our work.

If your child thinks they are being bullied please speak to a member of staff immediately so that we can resolve it.

Here are some leaflets that might help you.

Click here for Top Tips For Parents

Bullying Survey Outcome 2015


Inspection Information

Click here for full OFSTED reports.

2016 Report from OFSTED

Click here for SIAMS report



 Access and view our school policies


Pupil Premium

The pupil premium is a special funding initiative which targets additional funds to the school for the benefit of children from low income families. These are identified by known eligibility for Free School Meals (FSM). Children who have been looked after (fostered or in care) continuously for more than six months and pupils from ‘service’ families are also included. For this current year (2012/13) pupils who have been eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years are also included in the allocation calculation (known as the Ever 6 measure). Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium funding as they wish - but are held accountable, and must report on how the funding has been used to support these groups of children. From September 2012 this information must be made available on line to ensure that all interested parties can see the attainment of pupils receiving this support and know what additional support the school is providing.

Please click the link below to view the report for our school

Pupil Premium 2017-2018

Pupil Premium 2016-2017

Impact and spending of Pupil Premium 2014-2015

Pupil Premium amounts and impact 2013-2015

Impact of Pupil Premium 2013-2014

School Data

Headline Data Summer 2018

Headline Data Summer 2017

Headline Data Summer 2016

Headline Data Summer 2015

Headline Data Summer 2014


School Development Plan

Our school development plan sets out our key priorities for the coming year.  It is developed and evaluated by staff, Governors, children and parents.

Please click here to view the school development plan for 2018/19


School Performance Tables

KS2 comparative Report 2018

Click here for the published DFE School performance tables


School Sports Funding

School report in relation to how the additional funding has been used in our school