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Letters

Aventurine Class to Rodborough Common 23rd July 2018

Quartz Class presentation

Kilve Beach Kit List - Amber Class

Hooke Court - Year 5

YEAR TWO SPORTS AT ROSARY SCHOOL

Amethyst class to Copsgrove Farm.

Young Voices

Year 4 -  'In the Net'

ParentMail Letter

Bristol Zoo - Amethyst

Club Choices Term 5 and 6

 

Jungle Jonathan Roadshow

Country Dance Festival

FALCONER VISIT  EYFS/KS1  27th February 2018

Emerald Class cinema trip

YEAR 6 RESIDENTIAL

Year 6 to Rodborough Playing Fields

Year 5 Hooke Court Residential

26th September 2017 - Ruby Class to Copsegrove Farm

Policies

Accessibility Plan

Admissions

Anti-bullying

Attendance

Before and After School Responsibilty

Behaviour

Charging and Remissions

Children with Medical Conditions

Complaints

Conflict Resolution (Anti-Bullying)

Equality

Homework

Intimate Care

Safeguarding and Child Protection

Sex and Relationships

Visiting Speakers

Pupil Premium

Spending Summary. This document outlines how we spend our allocated pupil premium money:  Pupil Premium Funding

And this document outlines our strategy:   Pupil Premium Strategy

Current Data

2016/2017

Link to DfE Perfomance Tables 

https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables

Special Educational Needs

Stroud Valley Community School Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy September 2017-2018

Stroud Valley Community School Information Report which also serves as our Local Offer September 2017-2018

Stroud Valley Community School SEND Leaflet for Parents/Guardians September 2017-2018

You may also find the following documents / websites useful

Special educational needs and disability A guide for parents and carers

Gloucestershire’s SEN & Disability Local Offer

SEN Support Flow Chart1: SEN Support from specialneedsjungle.com

SEN Support Flow Chart2: Requesting an Education, Health and Care Assessment from specialneedsjungle.com

SEN Support Flow Chart3: Conducting an Education, Health & Care Assessment from specialneedsjungle.com  

SEN Support Flow Chart4: What to do if you disagree with decisions from specialneedsjungle.com 

Term dates

Term Dates 2017/18Term Dates 2018/2019

Curriculum

Here at Stroud Valley we provide a creative curriculum based around the Cornerstones Curriculum, a nationally recognised approach for delivering outstanding learning opportunities for children.

We follow Letters and Sounds

What is the Cornerstones Curriculum?

The Cornerstones Curriculum is a creative and thematic approach to learning that is mapped to the 2014 Primary National Curriculum to ensure comprehensive coverage of national expectations. Our new curriculum will be delivered through Imaginative Learning Projects (ILPs) which will provide a rich menu of exciting and motivating learning activities that make creative links between all aspects of our children’s learning. We believe children learn better when they are encouraged to use their imagination and apply their learning to engaging contexts. Our new curriculum will provide lots of learning challenges throughout the academic year that will require children to solve problems, apply themselves creatively and express their knowledge and understanding effectively across the curriculum. Cornerstones also provide a rigorous essential skills framework that outlines the end of year expectations in all subjects. These essential skills are tied to activities and are age related so that staff can track children’s progress and identify their individual learning needs.

How it Works?

Children will progress through four stages of learning in each ILP – Engage, Develop, Innovate and Express. To find out more about these stages please click on the link through to Cornerstones. A curriculum overview for each topic will be uploaded termly and will include details about the learning taking place.

Key Stage One Curriculum

 

Term1 Term2 Term3 Term4 Term5 Term6
Amethyst Amethyst #1 Amethyst #2 Amethyst #3 Amethyst Term 4 Space Rio de Vida Rainforest
Amber Amber #1 Amber #2 Amber #3 Amber #4 Amber #5 Amber #6

Key Stage Two Curriculum

Our curriculum is planned over two cycles. This ensures full coverage of the requirements of the National Curriculum. The curriculum is taught through a thematic approach and we develop the skills of learning as well as the knowledge expected. This year (2015-2016) we are following Cycle One. Our curriculum is continually developing as we evaluate our successes and build on them.

Cycle One Cycle Two
Ruby Class

Tremers
Tribal Tales
Flow

Scrumdiddlyumptious
Mighty Metals
Playlist

Diamond Class

Potions
Tribal Tales
Flow

I am Warrior!
Urban Pioneers
Gods and Mortals

Quartz Class

Traders / Raiders
1066
Mighty Metals

I am Warrior!
Urban Pioneers
Gods and Mortals

Aventurine Class

Traders / Raiders
1066
Alchemy Island or Pharaohs

Pharaohs
Stargazer
Blood Heart

Emerald Class

Tribal Tales
Hola Mexico
Hola Mexico Term 3&4
Stargazers

Pharaohs
Blood Heart
Tomorrows World

Homework

/perch/resources/tomorrows-world-homework.pdf

Admissions

As a Community School Gloucestershire Local Authority are responsible for admissions in a child's first year. The following link will take you to further information.

Gloucestershire Local Authority Information

For admissions to other year groups please contact the school office.

PE - Sports Premium Funding

Sports Premium

The Sports Premium Grant is funding given to individual schools to improve the quality of their physical education curriculum.

The information below shows how we spent our allocation in 2017/18 and the impact on our children’s development and staff.

Provision

Why

Cost

Impact

Kick Off Stroud

£5,000

Teachers and pupils skills developed. Enjoyment of PE has increased. Staff ability to include everyone and a higher importance placed upon PE throughout the school. Children valuing resources more and a sense of pride.

Sports Specialist teach PE one day a week and all children and teachers are involved throughout the year.

To improve skills and knowledge of teachers who attend all lessons.

Resources

 

 

New equipment ordered to ensure different sports can take place and be taught.

To improve the resources we have to enable high quality teaching of PE.

£719

Children are able to enjoy using different equipment of a high standard, which they treat with respect and value.

Stroud District Sports Membership

 

 

Being part of the SDS association allowing us to participate in tournaments and games.

To enable us to develop our teamwork and skills and raise the profile of PE in the school.

£35

Children are able to become part of a team and play against other schools developing many different skills.

 

Inter school sports tournament

 

 

Taking part in the inter school sports tournament for KS1.

To participate in sports activities in the local community.

£150

Children enjoy it and able to work as part of a team developing healthy competitiveness.

Stroud District Sports Entrance to games

 

 

A variety of sports entered throughout the school year, including: athletics, football, netball and cross country.

To enable children to compete against other schools in the local community and develop their skills.

£195

Raising the profile of sport in the school, children wanting to be a part of the team, having fun and enjoying sport.

Football pitch

 

 

A football pitch to be built on the school playground.

To enhance the provision and facilities at the school.

 

£5,000

 

 

Enabling children to play football at playtime and lunchtime, raising the profile of sport within the school. Which is a lifelong commitment of the school.

 

Boccia equipment

 

 

Specific equipment relating to the sport of Boccia

To enable Boccia to be taught across KS2 as part of the new rolling programme.

£1,100

Raising the profile of Paralympic sports across the school, and enabling children to participate in sports they never would have before and promoting inclusion.

Total Allocation

£

12,744

Spend

£

£12,199

         

 


 

Sports Premium

The Sports Premium Grant is funding given to individual schools to improve the quality of their physical education curriculum.

The information below shows how we spent our allocation in 2017/18 and the impact on our children’s development and staff.

Provision

Why

Cost

Impact

Kick Off Stroud

£5,000

Teachers and pupils skills developed. Enjoyment of PE has increased. Staff ability to include everyone and a higher importance placed upon PE throughout the school. Children valuing resources more and a sense of pride.

Sports Specialist teach PE one day a week and all children and teachers are involved throughout the year.

To improve skills and knowledge of teachers who attend all lessons.

Resources

 

 

New equipment ordered to ensure different sports can take place and be taught.

To improve the resources we have to enable high quality teaching of PE.

£719

Children are able to enjoy using different equipment of a high standard, which they treat with respect and value.

Stroud District Sports Membership

 

 

Being part of the SDS association allowing us to participate in tournaments and games.

To enable us to develop our teamwork and skills and raise the profile of PE in the school.

£35

Children are able to become part of a team and play against other schools developing many different skills.

 

Inter school sports tournament

 

 

Taking part in the inter school sports tournament for KS1.

To participate in sports activities in the local community.

£150

Children enjoy it and able to work as part of a team developing healthy competitiveness.

Stroud District Sports Entrance to games

 

 

A variety of sports entered throughout the school year, including: athletics, football, netball and cross country.

To enable children to compete against other schools in the local community and develop their skills.

£195

Raising the profile of sport in the school, children wanting to be a part of the team, having fun and enjoying sport.

Football pitch

 

 

A football pitch to be built on the school playground.

To enhance the provision and facilities at the school.

 

£5,000

 

 

Enabling children to play football at playtime and lunchtime, raising the profile of sport within the school. Which is a lifelong commitment of the school.

 

Boccia equipment

 

 

Specific equipment relating to the sport of Boccia

To enable Boccia to be taught across KS2 as part of the new rolling programme.

£1,100

Raising the profile of Paralympic sports across the school, and enabling children to participate in sports they never would have before and promoting inclusion.

Total Allocation

£

12,744

Spend

£

£12,199

         

 


 

 

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