Information


Admissions

Children are admitted to St John’s Primary School in line with the Stockton LA Admissions Policy. The Admissions Officer can be contacted for guidance:

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Ofsted, Performance and Results

We are pleased to announce that we were graded as ‘Good’ in the last Ofsted report.

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and to view our Performance and Results Table


Awards

We’re a successful school and we’ve worked hard to achieve several awards and accolades.

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E-Safety

At St John the Baptist Primary, children use the Internet on a regular basis as part of their learning. In school, the children are taught the importance of keeping themselves safe online through ICT and PSHE lessons.

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Financial Information for Parents

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Health and Safety

We do all that we can to make sure that the children are safe in school and ask you to help with a number of things.

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Policies  

We have included a number of our policies for your reference

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Pupil Premium Funding

The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.

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Safeguarding

At St John’s we pride ourselves on being a listening school. We listen to our children, our families, our staff and Governors: everyone who is part of our school community. Part of our shared vision states that we ensure everyone in our school, feels, warm, welcomed and safe. Feeling safe is vital. We want all of our children and staff to feel safe in school, and we listen to what they say to ensure they are.

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Special Educational Needs and Disability Offer (SEND)

How does our school know/identify that children and young people have special educational needs and/or disabilities? (SEND)

What are the first steps school will take if SEND are identified?

What should parents/carers do if they think their child has SEND? How can they raise concerns?

What intervention is available to all children/young people?

How will our school involve children/young people in the assessment process?

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Special Educational Needs and Disability Offer


Sport Premium Funding

The Government is providing Sport Premium Funding to primary schools. The funding is ring-fenced for improving the provision for physical education and sport for our pupils.

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