Appendix A

School Staff as at 1st September 2016

             

Senior Staff

Executive Head Teacher:                                      Mr G. Wilder

Deputy Executive Head Teacher:                         Mrs M. Pryor

Head of School:                                                       Mr J. Bell

 

Teaching Staff     

Mrs Warnes

Miss Poyntz   

Miss Tuck

Miss Rafiq

Mrs Solanki

Mrs Willis

Mrs O’Connell

Mrs Ocansey

Mrs Taylor

Mr Fox

Mr Jobin

Mrs Goddard

Mrs Manning

Miss Aboagye

Mrs Cross

Mrs Williams

Mr Harber

Miss Haslam

Miss Dhillon

Miss Whates

Non-Teaching Staff

Business Manager:                                                Mrs. L. Fernandes

Admin Assistant                                                     Mrs. K. Goodfellow

School Assistant:                                                   Mrs. S. Arnold

Admin Assistant                                                     Miss. A Boxall

School Caretaker:                                                  Mr. D. Ellis

Parent Support Advisor:                                         Miss. H. Gallagher

Attendance Officer       :                                         Mrs V. Akintunde

 

Special School Assistants

Mrs W. Kenny

Mrs P Brown

Mrs T. Butler

Mrs S. Lobb

Mrs J. Sherwood

Mrs J. Cardwell

Mrs C. Avery

Mrs T. Harrison

Mrs D. Barclay

Ms T.Donnelly


Appendix B

Furze and Warren Hard Federation

Membership of Governing Body - September 2016 

List of Governors

 

Mrs. G. Paddle:                     Chair of governors

Mr. R. Curtis:                         Co-opted governor

Dr. J. Finch:                          Co-opted governor

Mrs. E. Murkin:                     Co-opted governor

Mrs. R. Fabian:                     Parent governor

Mrs. H. Saville:                     Parent governor

Mr. G. Wilder OBE                Executive Headteacher

Miss. S. Tuck                        Staff Governor

Mrs. M. Pryor                        Staff Governor

 

Appendix C

Warren Junior School Results

2014/2015 Results as Percentages

 

These tables show the percentage of year 6 children achieving each level in the school in 2015.

 

Figures may not total 100 per cent because of rounding.

 

TEST RESULTS

Percentage at each level

Number of pupils 112

Below level 3*

3

4

5

6

Pupils Disapplied

 

Absent

English

2

0

25

71

0

0

0

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

2

2

13

74

7

0

0

Mathematics

2

0

34

53

10

0

0

 

TEACHER ASSESSMENTS

Percentage at each level

Number of pupils 111

Below level 3

3

4

5

6

Pupils Disapplied

 

Absent

English

2

1

39

54

2

0

0

Speaking & Listening

2

2

42

53

0

0

0

Reading

2

1

37

56

3

0

0

Writing

2

1

42

49

4

0

0

Mathematics

2

0

34

50

13

0

0

Science

2

1

37

57

2

0

0

 

 

*Represents children who were not entered for the test because they were working below level 3 in English, Mathematics or Science; children awarded a compensatory level from the tests; and children entered for but not achieving a level from the tests.

 

Level 3 represents achievement below the national expected standard for most 11 year olds.

 

Level 4 represents achievement at the national expected standard for most 11 year olds.

 

Levels 5 & 6 represent achievement above the national expected standard for most 11 year olds.

 

Comparative information combined level 4+ English & Mathematics
                       Level 4+                            

                         School                     National      

                       98%                         80%

Appendix D

 

Pupil Welfare Behaviour Programme

 

The Warren Junior School community sees Pupil Behaviour, Pastoral and Welfare support as a positive and co-operative effort involving Teachers, Parents and Pupils of the school.

 

It is not an isolated programme, but an integral component of our General Education Policies. Our Pupil Behaviour and Welfare Programme caters for and allows our school and each class the responsibility of formulating a clear, consistent and appropriate set of classroom and playground expectations.

 

Our Pupil Behaviour, Pastoral and Welfare Programme is a reflection of our commitment to Whole School Planning.

 

The evaluation of this programme is ongoing and programmed for regular review by staff and the Governing Body.

 

We should keep in mind that appropriate behaviour is a mainly self discipline, and the most effective way to foster this is through children realising and accepting responsibility for the outcomes of their own actions.

This Behaviour Support Programme is underpinned by:-

 

  1. a) The values and attitudes promoted in the school Prospectus.

 

  1. b) The values and attitudes promoted in the Home School Partnership Agreement.

 

A full copy of our ‘Pupil Welfare & Behaviour Support Programme’ is available from the school office.

 

All pupils admitted to the school will receive a copy of the programme and the ‘Home School Partnership Agreement.’

 

Policies

School policies such as, the Single Equality Scheme and subsequent action plan, are available upon request from the school office.

 
Attendance relating to:
Collective Worship, Religious Education & Sex Education

As parents, you have the right to withdraw your child from Collective Worship, Religious Education and Sex Education lessons. If you wish to do so, please put your request in writing; however you may wish to discuss the matter first.

 

Appendix E

Term begins for pupils on Tuesday 6th September 2016

Years 4, 5 and 6 begin at 8:45am

Year 3 begin at 9:30am on this day only; 8:45 thereafter.

 

School Closure Dates

School closes                          Tuesday 20th December – 1:30pm

Christmas 2016                     Wednesday 21st December  Tuesday 3rd January

Pupils return                            Wednesday 4th January – 8:45am

 

School closes                          Friday 10th February – 3pm

Spring Half-Term                  Monday 13th February          Friday 17th February

Pupils return                            Monday 20th February – 8:45am

 

School closes                          Friday 7th April – 1:30pm

Easter 2017                            Monday 10th April                 Friday 21st April

Pupils return                            Monday 24th April – 8:45am

 

School closes                          Friday 28th April – 3pm

May Day                                 Monday 1st May

Pupils return                            Tuesday 2nd May

 

School closes                          Friday 26th May 3pm

Summer Half-Term               Monday 29th May                   Friday 2nd June

Pupils return                            Monday 5th June 8:45am

 

Last day of term                    Thursday 20th July

School closes                          1:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

  • To be added to the above are INSET days yet to be arranged.

 

  • You will be notified through newsletters about the INSET day closures and any changes that may occur during the year. 
Appendix F
Pupil Absence and Attendance 2014/2015

 

                                Pupils            Attendance  Authorised   Unauthorised

                                                           %              Absence       Absence

Warren Junior

2014/15                      470                             95.2                4.8       (combined)

2013/14                      476                             95.98              4.02    (combined)

2012/13                      430                             95.48              4.52    (combined)

2011/12                      446                             95.3                4.7       (combined)

2010/11                      429                             94.6                5.4       (combined

2009/10                      421                             94.7                5.3       (combined)

 

 

Average B&D Juniors

2014/15                                                          95.7                4.3       (combined)

2013/14                                                          95.6                4.4       (combined)

2012/13                                                          95.6                4.4       (combined)

2011/12                                                          95.7                4.3       (combined)

2010/11                                                          94.8                5.2       (combined)

2009/10                                                          94.6                5.4       (combined)

2008/09                                                          93.8                6.2       (combined)

 

National attendance 2014/15                  96

Note

  1. For the purpose of the DFE Return the school year is considered to end on Friday 22rd May 2015.
  2. Figures may not add exactly to 100% due to rounding.

 

Parents have a legal responsibility to ensure their child's regular attendance at school and parents are responsible for their child's welfare both coming to school and returning home.

 

Appendix G

Contact Details

Please ensure that the school is notified immediately if you should move home or change phone number/s.

 

Illness

If your child has vomited or has diarrhoea your child must be 24 hours clear from the last incident before returning to school.

 

If your child is unable to attend school for any reason please leave a message on the Attendance Hotline number: - 020 8724 1919. If you need to leave a message on the answerphone please include your child’s name, class and a brief explanation for the absence. Please follow up your message with a written note when your child eventually returns to school.

 

Car Park

Parents/Carers are not permitted to use Gordon Road Car Park entrance as this is for staff and deliveries only and provides no access into the playground.

 

Exclusion times

Children will not be admitted into school after 11.50am, for the morning session or before 12.55pm for the afternoon session. Please ensure that if your child is late for either session they are brought to the school office by a responsible adult.

 

School Uniform

Uniform: white shirt/blouse/polo, grey trousers/skirt, green sweatshirt/fleece, white or grey socks, black shoes

PE Kit: white vest/t-shirt, navy shorts, plimsolls for indoors, trainers/plimsolls for outdoors.

We would like to remind you that children are required to do PE unless they are medically excused.

To enable us to return lost property items promptly we strongly advise that all garments are clearly labelled with your child’s name.

Dogs

Dogs are not permitted on school premises. In addition we respectfully ask you to leave your dogs at home as some of our pupils find it quite intimidating to pass a dog tied up outside the school gate at close quarters.