In this section you will find information about:
- Our School Development Plan
- Pupil Premium
- Sport Premium
- Ofsted reports and information
- Performance data
- Link to Parent View
- Financial information
- SEND School Offer
- Public Sector Equality Duty
- Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015
- School publications available under the Freedom of Information act
- Accessibility Plan
Admissions are handled centrally by Hertfordshire County Council; to find out about procedures please click here.
Parents considering applying for either a Nursery or Primary place are warmly encouraged to visit the school prior to application.
To make an appointment for a visit, please contact the school on 01442 402244
Nursery and Primary Admission
At present there are two admission processes, one for Nursery Admissions and one for Primary Admissions. Parents are invited to apply to the school directly for a place in the Nursery Class. Please see the admissions policy for Nursery below. Information is sent to families directly from Herts County Council for Primary Admissions. This explains the admission process in detail, including the admission criteria. The admission process takes place in the academic year prior to the child starting Nursery/Reception Class. There is a single intake in September for both Nursery and Reception classes.
Secondary Transfer is administered by Herts County Council and the individual Secondary Schools. Primary Schools distribute information. The admission process takes place during Year 6. 'Moving On' booklets are distributed by the Primary School early in September. The booklet will explain the admission process in detail, including the admission criteria. The timetable for Nursery and Primary admissions is currently as follows; precise dates will be given with the application details.
Parents Notified of Place Allocation
1st December 2017 to 16th March 2018
|20th April 2018|
6th November 2017 to
15th January 2018
|16th April 2018|
1st September 2017 to
31st October 2017
|1st March 2018|
Summer Born Children - Entry to Reception
Legally, a child does not have to start school until the start of the term following their fifth birthday. Following guidance issued by the Department for Education on 8 September 2015 the county council has amended its policy for summer born children. Children born between 1 April 2013 and 31 August 2014 are categorised as “summer born” and if parents/carers do not believe that their summer born child is ready to join Reception in 2017 they may delay their application until 2018.
These applications will be processed in exactly the same way as all other reception applications received at that time; there is no guarantee that a place will be offered at a child’s preferred school.
If parents wish to delay their application for a Reception place they are advised to discuss their child’s needs /development with their current early years or nursery provider. If parents wish their child to remain in their existing nursery school or class for a further year (rather than moving into the Reception year group) they must let their current school know before the end of the Spring term in 2017 (before the Easter break).
Our School Development Plan
At Boxmoor Primary School we aim to use our 2017 - 2018 pupil premium allocation to ensure that all pupils categorised as 'pupil premium' make progress that is at least in line with their peers. We run a number of initiatives to ensure this happens alongside funding items that enrich the children's educational experience.
Please visit the links below for full details of use of Pupil Premium and impact.
Click on the document below for details of the Sports funding allocation.
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Children meeting the the age related 'expected standard' (ARE%) was in excess of national (NAT) figures across the board. More children than last year achieved the expected standard in all Reading, Writing and Maths (63%). Over a fifth of the class achieved a 'greater than expected standard' (ie, above age related expectations (ARE+) in the SATs tests.
Here you can view opinions given by parents, and as a parent you can add your own views of the school.
Year end financial statements
SEN Information Report
The information provided outlines the School Offer for Special Educational Needs children in line with the new SEN Code of Practice.
The school's Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo) is Mrs Emma Argiolas. The nominated Governor linked to SEND provision within the school is Mrs Jane Read. Mrs Argiolas can be contacted via the school office on 01442 402244 or at email@example.com
In July 2017, Boxmoor was awarded The Inclsuion Quality Mark in recognition of the work the school does to support those with additional needs and how inclusive the school is to all its children.
Public Sector Equality Duty
Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015
Boxmoor Primary Schoool follows all statutory guidance with regards to Safeguarding children. This will include the Prevent Duty Guidance 2015, in the exercise of their functions, to have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism.
School publications available under the
Freedom of Information act