Contact Details

The name, postal address and telephone number of the school, and the name of a person to whom enquiries should be addressed is:

Mr E Carlyle, Executive Headteacher,
Warmington School,
School Lane
Warmington
Peterborough
PE8 6TA
01832 280420

Admission Arrangements

The process of applying for a school place is provided by following this weblink to Northamptonshire County Council admission page. You will find our admissions policy in the files area of this page.

Prospectus

Our latest prospectus is available to download in the files area of this page.

Ofsted

Our Ofsted Reports can be found here.

The Ofsted Parent View website can be found here.

Key Stage Results & School Performance Tables

Our School Performance Tables published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education's website can be found here. Due to the pandemic, there is no data for 2019/20. Data shown is for 2018/19.

Financial Benchmarking information can be found on the weblinks on the side of this page. 

School Curriculum

Each class page contains downloadable newsletters which will outline what is being delivered for each subject area. We use the White Rose Maths Scheme and Jane Considine for Reading and Writing development.

Phonics Scheme

The phonics scheme we deliver is Read, Write, Inc. Follow the link for more information - https://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/programmes/phonics/

Pupil Behaviour & Safeguarding

Our Behaviour, Anti- Bullying and Safeguarding policies can all be found in the files area of this page.

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Anne MacKenzie, EY Leader

The Deputy Designated Leads are: Mr Ed Carlyle. Executive Headteacher and Miss Mikayla Aldous, Acting Head of School

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium Policy can be found in the files area of this page, along with the Pupil Premium Spending reports and Strategies.

Sports Premium Funding

As part of the Olympic legacy, the Department of Education and the Department of Health have made £150 million available to all primary schools in the United Kingdom.  This equates to a grant of £8000 per school, plus an additional £5 per pupil in key stages one and two. 

You can view our full Sports Premium Statements in the files area of this page.

Special Educational Needs

Our latest Inclusion policy can be found in the files area of this page, along with our annual SEND report.

Charging Policy

The Charging Policy can be found in the files area of this page.

School Ethos and Values

The organisation, curriculum and ethos of the school have been devised by Governors and Staff to deliver our main aim, which is:

To enable each individual, with his/her own needs, talents and abilities, to reach their maximum potential.

We achieve this by:

  • Making learning exciting, enjoyable, challenging but never threatening and having expectations of excellence whilst accepting and learning from mistakes.
  • Providing a broad, rich and balanced curriculum.
  • Employing suitably qualified and motivated staff.
  • Providing a safe, caring atmosphere in which children and all adults, including parents, families, friends, governors and staff, are welcomed and valued as equal partners in education.
  • Encouraging children to become increasingly independent whilst preparing them to become valuable members of society by encouraging good manners, a healthy lifestyle and mutual respect for each other and their environment.
  • Building upon and improving links with the local community and other schools in order to allow the children to develop a feeling of global citizenship.
  • Ensuring school premises are safe, secure, clean and appropriate for learning.

Complaints Procedure

If you have a concern about the school, please follow the complaints policy which can be found  in the files area of this page.

Covid Catch-Up Grant

The school has received money from the DfE to support pupils requiring additional support due to the pandemic and closure of schools. We are maintaining assessment using the data before school closed as a benchmark and running regular tests and hot and cold tasks to ensure pupils are supported and closely monitored. We have run a well-being and self-esteem course offered by NMPAT and have tutoring in place to support pupils on a short-term basis to fill in any gaps caused by the absence, provided by our teaching assistants for KS1 and KS2. Our quality first teaching also revisits areas missed during the lockdown and teaching assistant interventions are also in place to support the children in school.

Item

Year Groups

Grant Allocations

KS1 TA Tutoring (4 hrs p.w.)

Year 1 and 2

 £1000

NMPAT Course

Year 1

£200

KS2 TA Tutoring (4 hrs p.w.)

Years 3 – 6

£1000
Tutoring and Support Materials All Years  £500
  Total £2700

Statutory Policies & Reports

Events Looking Ahead

3 May
School Closed - May Day Bank Holiday
Date Mon, 3rd May, 2021
31 May
Half-Term Holiday
Mon, 31st May, 2021 - Fri, 4th Jun, 2021
16 Jul
School Closes For Summer
Fri, 16th Jul, 2021
19 Jul
Staff Training Days
Mon, 19th Jul, 2021 - Tue, 20th Jul, 2021

Safeguarding