Steyning C of E Primary School Creating a

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Steyning C of E Primary School Creating a Brighter Future

Steyning C of E Primary School Creating a Brighter Future

Address: Shooting Field Steyning West Sussex BN 443 RQ Telephone: 01903 813420 FAX: 01903

Address: Shooting Field Steyning West Sussex BN 443 RQ Telephone: 01903 813420 FAX: 01903 816452 EMAIL: [email protected] w-sussex. sch. uk WEBSITE: www. steyningprimar y. org. uk Head Teacher: Sue Harrison MA, NPQH, BEd (Hons) Assistant Head Teacher for Curriculum and Assessment: Jen Griffin Inclusion Leader: Nicky Parkin Awards Achieved: ITT Partner School

Staffing Structure September 2018 Headteacher Sue Harrison SLT School Business Manager Inclusion Leader Debbie

Staffing Structure September 2018 Headteacher Sue Harrison SLT School Business Manager Inclusion Leader Debbie Taylor Nicky Parkin INCLUSION SMT LEADER OF Y 3 and Y 4 Cara Croke LEADER OF EARLY YEARS Lizzie YR Massbery LEADER OF KS 1 Ann-Marie Allen Milly Cooper YR Sarah Collins/Clare Shipp Y 2 Hayley Thorpe / Louise Vickers Y 3 Foxes Woodpeckers Peter Carter Y 4 Rabbits Hedgehogs Y 1 Squirrels Sophie Norbury Y 2 Y 3 Frogs Adders (NQT) Owls Beckie Gasson. Y 1 (NQT) Butterflies Premises Manager Mark Sylvester ICT Technician Steve Greenfield SL T Ruth Dillingham Y 4 Badgers Assistant Headteacher TEACHING & LEARNING Jen Griffin LEADER OF Y 5 and Y 6 Tom Newling Y 5 Muntjacs LEADER OF ROBINS (SSC) Val Anderson Robins Clare Robinson / Laura Hutchings Moles Olivia Bengtson. Gear Y 6 Simon Knowles SPORTS and PE COACH Stoats Lizzie Messina. Reeve Y 6 Buzzards Sarah Pargeter MUSIC TEACHER

Class-based Teaching Assistants September 2018 Reception Leader –Lizzie Massbery Year 1 Leader –Ann-Marie Allen

Class-based Teaching Assistants September 2018 Reception Leader –Lizzie Massbery Year 1 Leader –Ann-Marie Allen Year 2 Leader – Ann-Marie Allen Year 3 Leader – Cara Croke Year 4 Leader – Cara Croke Year 5 Tracey Brooks & Kim Shaw Tom Doolan Michelle Bransbury Jacqui Gould Susan. Hale / Melanie Ryder Caroline Rose / Kerry Fuller Teresa Millar. Sarahs Lou Coleman & Melanie Ryder Sarah Liddiard Amy Martin 1: 1 / TBC Leader – Tom Newling Sally Murray Jayne Aldridge Year 6 Jane Spano Claire Ridley Leader – Tom Newling

Support Staff Structure September 2018 HLTA Jacqui Gould TA Jane Spano ROBINS TA Claire

Support Staff Structure September 2018 HLTA Jacqui Gould TA Jane Spano ROBINS TA Claire Funnell TA Jayne Aldridge TA Claire Ridley ROBINS TA Ellie Yurtsever TA Michelle Bransbury TA Tracy Brooks ROBINS TA Sandra Cranfield TA Lou Coleman TA Teresa Millar. Sarahs LUNCH TIME SUPERVISORS Manager: TA Sarah Liddiard Amy Martin & Kerry Fuller TBC TA Sally Murray TA Tom Doolan SUPERVISORS TA Kim Shaw TA Melanie Ryder TA Caroline Rose TA Susan Hale 1: 1 TA Jane Judge Sarah Kennedy Donna Bennett Ellie Yurtsever Astuti Young Claire Ridley Tom Doolan Kay Northcott Susan Hale Gail Awcock Melanie Ryder Children’s Mentor Katie Herbert Children’s Mentor Debbie Doolan School Counsellor Tanya Mitchell Welfare Officer Helen Pearce Secretary/ Administrator Lucie Martin Receptionist/ Administrator Jeanie Dunford Finance Administrator Becky Stevens

School Aims and Principles Creating a Brighter Future Our school aims to serve its

School Aims and Principles Creating a Brighter Future Our school aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. It encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, and promotes Christian values through the experience it offers to all its pupils. Steyning Primary School is a dynamic learning environment, continually striving for improvement. It is an inclusive school. For all children to be safe, healthy and happy To provide a warm, friendly, caring and purposeful environment To value all children as individuals For all children to be given the opportunity to develop mentally, physically, socially, morally, culturally and spiritually To support and challenge all pupils to achieve the highest possible academic standards For all staff members to be given the opportunity to continue their professional development To provide a stimulating, colourful, tidy learning environment that celebrates children’s achievements To provide a broad and balanced curriculum To make school fun To value the role of parents and carers and respond to their views and concerns To develop children’s self-esteem, selfconfidence, selfrespect and selfdiscipline

Our School Uniform All children are to wear school uniform. Shoes: comfortable and practical.

Our School Uniform All children are to wear school uniform. Shoes: comfortable and practical. (Not trainers, boots, high-heels or open-toed sandals. ) Boys: Black trousers or shorts White polo shirt or shirt Royal blue sweatshirt Girls: Black skirt, pinafore dress or tailored trousers White blouse or polo shirt Royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan Blue and white checked dress as a summer option. Physical Education Please note that the correct clothing should be worn for games and P. E. T-shirt of their team colour Sweatshirt of their team colour (optional) Black shorts Plimsolls (Trainers can be worn when on the field) PE kit should be brought to school in a drawstring bag as there is limited space in the cloakrooms. Tracksuit trousers may be worn in the cold weather. All children’s clothes and kit must be named. If any school uniform is lost providing it is named it will be returned to its owner. Unnamed uniform is kept for a while and then recycled at the beginning of each half term. School Uniform can be purchased from First 4 Uniform, 32 North Road, Lancing, West Sussex BN 15 9 AB, or you can use their website Should you wish to email them then it is [email protected] 4 uniform. com

A Church of England School Steyning C of E Primary School is a Church

A Church of England School Steyning C of E Primary School is a Church of England controlled school. It enjoys a close relationship with the Parish Church of St. Andrew and St. Cuthman in Steyning. Reverend Mark Heather is the vicar at the church and he generously gives his time visit the school throughout the year. We also have visits from other faith leaders. One Church Warden is a member of the governing body and together with the foundation governors, they ensure that the parish links are maintained. Religious Education The agreed West Sussex syllabus is followed at Steyning Primary School, through a scheme entitled ‘Understanding Christianity’. Although its primary focus is on Christianity, it also teaches the children about the main religions in the world and provides opportunities for philosophical as well as religious issues to be discussed. All faiths are valued and respected in our school. Reverend Mark Heather Assemblies and Acts of Worship Assemblies are held daily and include the collective act of worship. Monday morning assembly is led by the Head Teacher and focuses on a message from the Bible. It is a chance for the whole school to come together to reflect on the week ahead. The Friday assembly is led by a class, followed by the presentation of awards to the children. These include those they have gained outside school, if the child wants to celebrate their achievements in this way. Reception children begin the year with assembly in their classroom, joining the rest of the school when it is deemed appropriate.

Admission Arrangements Children’s admission to Steyning Cof. E Primary School is dealt with by

Admission Arrangements Children’s admission to Steyning Cof. E Primary School is dealt with by West Sussex County Council and detailed information is provided on the website at www. westsussex. gov. uk Select the relevant tab: If starting school in September You can then download this booklet which contains all the information you need. If the number of applications is within the admission limit, places are normally offered to all who apply. When there are more applications than the admission limit, places are normally allocated in order of priority stated by West Sussex County Council: Starting School Allocation: Any child with a statement of special educational needs or EHCP naming the school will automatically be admitted to that school, under section 324 of the Education Act 1996. 1. Looked after children (children in public care), children who were previously looked after who leave care under a special guardianship or residence order. See page 6 for further details. Evidence must be provided; 2. Children who need a place at the school on exceptional and compelling social, psychological or medical grounds. Evidence must be provided; 3. Children who live in the catchment area with brothers or sisters already at the school or who will be attending the linked junior school in September 2017; 4. Other children who live in the catchment area; 5. Children who live outside the catchment area with brothers or sisters already at the school or who will be attending the linked junior school in September 2017; 6. Other children who live outside the catchment area.

Timings of the School Day It is very important that children are at school.

Timings of the School Day It is very important that children are at school. If your child is ill then you must contact the school office on 01903 813420 Your child must be in school by 08: 50 by 0930 at the latest. Absence for any other reason is discouraged. Generally children’s absence for other authorised, reasons unless in will not be exceptional circumstances which have been agreed with the Head Teacher. Please note that holidays taken during term time are recorded as unauthorised. Regular lateness is incredibly disruptive to a child’s learning monitored. and is therefore closely Please note that children who arrive after the register has closed at 0930, will be marked with an unauthorised absence. Reception Y 1 and Y 2 Y 3, Y 4, Y 5 and Y 6 08: 50 Registration 08: 45 Bell rings 08: 50 Registration 10: 25 – 10: 40 Break 12: 20 – 13: 20 Lunch 12: 30 – 13: 20 Lunch 12: 10 – 13: 10 Lunch 14: 15 – 14: 30 Break 15: 15 End of Day N. B. The Early Years curriculum allows plenty of opportunity for selfinitiated learning, through ‘Explore and Discover’. Children are also able to choose when to have their snack. 15: 20 End of Day

The Curriculum At Steyning Cof. E Primary School we believe that curiosity and creativity

The Curriculum At Steyning Cof. E Primary School we believe that curiosity and creativity are central to effective learning and endeavour to provide irresistible experiences which inspire and motivate the children and encourage them to engage fully as partners in the learning process. Whilst Literacy and Numeracy believe that they are brought interlinked. With this in mind topics which give the children a form the gateways to learning in all subjects, we to life by the other subjects and are therefore we organise curriculum content around exciting context for their learning. To find out detailed information about your child’s curriculum, please see their year group’s curriculum booklet. These can be found on the website. (‘Welcome to Year X – Information to Parents’) Music, Sport and Modern Foreign Languages At Steyning Primary School, these subjects are taught by very dedicated specilaists. All children, from Reception to Y 6 benefit from this. Throughout the year we participate in as many sporting competitions and tournaments as possible and our wide range of trophies demonstrates our success. We are also involved in many exciting musical events, such as ‘Young Voices’ at the O 2 in London, the Chanctonbury Music Festival and in-house productions. Every child in school learns French, ensuring that they progress in the language from Reception to Y 6 and are ready to explore new languages at secondary school.

Relationships and Sex Education Our curriculum aims to provide children with age-appropriate knowledge of

Relationships and Sex Education Our curriculum aims to provide children with age-appropriate knowledge of healthy relationships and their bodies so that they can live happy lives and view themselves positively. In KS 1 and lower KS 2 children learn about how amazing their bodies are and how they grow and change. Alongside this, they explore what it means to be a family and how to maintain positive friendships. In upper KS 2, children learn about puberty and how a baby is made, in order that they are ready for and understand the changes their bodies will go through. They also explore issues surrounding body image and how to resist peer pressure. Underpinning all of the learning are the principles of self and mutual-respect, acceptance of diversity and love. We aim to create a trusting, sensitive and safe environment, in which children can ask and respond to questions without fear of being judged. Anti-bullying Policy It must be emphasised that the majority of children at Steyning Cof. E Primary School are well-behaved, thoughtful and considerate. However, as with any school, there is the occasional problem with bullying. These occurrences are always dealt swiftly, with parental improvement if necessary. For detailed information, please read our ‘Anti-bullying Policy’ on the school website: www. steyningprimary. org. uk

Behaviour Our detailed behaviour policy can be found on the school website. It is

Behaviour Our detailed behaviour policy can be found on the school website. It is based around nine ‘Golden Rules’ which were written by everyone, together as a school community. In every class a behaviour chart is displayed (see below). Children are able to move both ways along this chart according to the choices they make throughout the day. Everyone starts a new day afresh on ‘Ready to Learn’ Very occasionally, a more serious incident may occur. For detailed information about sanctions in such cases, please read our Behaviour Policy.

Special Educational Needs The ‘SEND Information Report’ can be found on our school website.

Special Educational Needs The ‘SEND Information Report’ can be found on our school website. It contains answers to all the following questions: Special Support Centre The Special Support Centre is called ‘Robins’. It is for children with Speech, Language and Communication needs and provides support for a maximum of nine children of primary school age. Each child has an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) and places are allocated by West Sussex County Council. The children in Robins are fully integrated into the mainstream school, usually supported by staff from Robins.