School Documents & Policies
These are all the current school documents available to download. If you require further information or need other documents, please contact the school.
OFSTED Report - 2023
Click the link below to download the most recent OFSTED report (July 2023)
School Performance Data
The government will not be publishing KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. The last available public data is from the 2018 to 2019. It is important to note that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.
|2015 KS2 results||Reading, writing and maths combined||Reading test||Maths test||Grammar, punctuation and spelling test||Writing - teacher assessment|
|Percentage achieving Level 4 or above||79%||84%||84%||79%||79%|
|Percentage achieving Level 5 or above||32%||47%||42%||42%||37%|
|Percentage of children making expected progress||N/A||83%||89%||N/A||94%|
|Percentage of children making more than expected progress||N/A||39%||44%||N/A||44%|
Drawn up in accordance with the planning duty in the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, as amended by the SEN and Disability Act 2001 (SENDA), which places a duty on all schools to plan to increase over time the accessibility of the school for disabled pupils and to implement their plan.
If you are unsure about what steps to take during the admission period then our policy will be able to help and give you the guidance you need when the all important dates come around for your little ones to enroll at primary school. If in doubt or you are still unsure, we recommend that you give the school a call and arrange a visit.
Bullies do not come in standard shapes and sizes, and a policy based on stereotyped assumptions will fail. Luckily, here at Millhouse Primary we are in a small school environment where we get to know each child’s individual character in great depth and are therefore, in a good position to recognise and respond to incidents.
Here at Millhouse Primary School we want to ensure that our pupils are able to take advantage of all that we have to offer and to be the best that they can be and regular attendance at school is crucial to maintain uninterrupted progress and development. This policy has been created in line with the local authority attendance guidelines.
All schools across the country are expected to promote the fundamental British Values. These including:
- the rule of law
- individual liberty
- mutual respect
- tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs
Here at Millhouse Primary School we uphold and promote British Values. To read our full document on how we do this click the link below:
Charges and Remission Policy
Our Governing Body recognises the valuable contribution that a wide range of additional activities, such as clubs, practical activities, trips and residential experiences can make towards pupils’ personal and social education. We aim to actively promote and offer these activities as part of an expansive curriculum for the pupils of our school. Charging and remissions policy 2022
We make every effort to make sure you and your child are happy at Millhouse Primary. However, if you have a complaint which you feel hasn’t been resolved to your satisfaction, there is an official policy which outlines what you can do next.
Arrangement's for the drop off/pick up of pupils
Online Safety Policy
Who is it for?
All users of Millhouse Primary’ ICT equipment; children, teachers, Teaching Assistants and Support Staff, management, parents and guests. The equipment includes hardware, software, accessing the internet through Millhouse Primary or accessing the school network.
Our school’s financial data is available online and you are able to see how we compare with other schools across the country.
We have updated our policies/procedures to meet the requirements of the new general data protection regulations (GDPR) which came into effect on 25th May 2018.
Home School Agreement
At Millhouse Primary, we aim to develop a culture of inclusion and diversity in which all people feel free to participate fully in school life. We are a small school with a big heart, where the progress of each child is at the centre of our objective, ensuring all children achieve their potential.
Click below to read our full home-school agreement:
Homework is an important link between school and parents / carers. We recognise that many children are involved in out of school activities, we fully support these, we also recognise the benefits a child gains from sitting down with a parent/carer and working with them. Our Homework Policy has been written with these in mind.
Internet Acceptable Use Policies - KS1 and KS2
Leave of Absence Request Form
If you wish your child to have leave of absence during term time you must complete the form below and hand it in to school. Please note that if you go ahead with the holiday when unauthorised, you may receive a Fixed Penalty Notice issued through the Local Authority. Per child, this will be £60 if paid within 21days; payment after this time but within 28 days is £120.
Norovirus - 'Winter Vomiting Disease'
Noroviruses are a group of viruses that cause “stomach flu,” or vomiting and diarrhoea in people. Like all viral infections, noroviruses are not affected by treatment with antibiotics, and cannot grow outside of a person’s body. The amount of norovirus needed to become unwell with vomiting and diarrhoea is extremely small, making it very easy to transmit illness from person to person.
PREVENT Duty Statement
In order for school to fulfil the statutory Prevent Duty by ensuring that staff are able to identify children who may be vulnerable to radicalisation, and know what to do when they are identified.
To read our Prevent Statement click here. Further information can be found at www.gov.uk/government/publications/prevent-duty-guidance
The pupil premium is a government initiative that targets extra money at pupils from deprived backgrounds.
Special Educational Need and Disability (SEND) Offer
At Millhouse Primary School we are committed to ensuring that every child gets the best support in order to help them enjoy their learning, feel confident and be happy amongst their friends. We believe everyone should be given the opportunity and appropriate support to confidently reach their full potential, regardless of age, ability, religion, gender, culture and special educational needs and disabilities and in order to do this effectively we work to the SEND Code of Practice (2015) and Equality Act (2010). SEND Information report
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
School Meals Debt Policy and Procedure
Our School Meals Debt Policy and Procedure is an important document for all parents including those whose children have a packed lunch, free school meals or if you pay for school dinners.
MILLHOUSE PRIMARY SCHOOL is …
a safe, happy, inclusive school which provides a strong foundation for lifelong learning. Our teachers nurture children who are determined to achieve the best they can; who believe in themselves; who show respect and appreciate the gifts and abilities of those around them; and who co-operate with one another patiently and responsibly. Our children thrive in an environment which stimulates their curiosity and encourages them to be creative as well as hard-working. Our school is vibrant, caring and welcoming to all.
Read our full school vision by clicking on the link below:
At Millhouse Primary School we strive for all our pupils to leave us with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport. We believe PE and sport play a crucial role in the development of positive attitudes and behaviour for learning.
Suspension and permanent exclusion policy
Teaching and Learning Policy
We here at Millhouse Primary School aim to provide children with the opportunities needed to develop towards their full potential – academically, emotionally and socially. Read our full policy on how we plan to achieve this here.