Statutory School Information
Headteacher: Yvonne Jackson
Business Managers: Jane Fowler and Katie Hall
School Administrators: Jo Arnold
Address: Watlington Primary School, Love Lane, Watlington, Oxfordshire, OX49 5RB
Telephone: 01491 612474
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Our School Ethos and Values
“Bright Futures for All”
Our School Vision
We are a child centered, caring and motivational school.
We support each other in a spirit of openness and inclusivity.
We work with integrity to ensure all children have the skills they need to achieve their ambitions.
Watlington Primary School is a ‘Values’ School
This means we promote and teach a set of values every day. These values guide our behaviours and our thinking so that we can create a purposeful and happy school community. Our ‘Values Ladders’ help us celebrate this culture across the school and remind us that during work or at play we should all be demonstrating our values and working to improve them. Our values apply to children, adults and visitors.
September - Responsibility
October – Cooperation
November – Courage
December – Peace
January – Hope
February – Thoughtfulness
March – Honesty
April – Freedom
May – Resilience
June – Respect
July – Tolerance
Please visit our Vision and Values page by clicking on the following link:
Children are admitted into school in accordance with Oxfordshire County Council admissions arrangements which are published on the County Council Website. You can find further information about our admissions, including our Admissions Policy by clicking on the following link:
Our Behaviour Policy is the statement of principles, aims and strategies for promoting positive behaviour at Watlington Primary School. We aim to ensure that every member of our school community feels valued and respected. We work in partnership with parents and the wider community, sharing the values of respect and mutual trust.
As a school we ensure that parents and carers are fully informed of our approach to behaviour management by communicating it via our Home-School Agreement, newsletters and the School’s website.
Please click the link below to view our Behaviour Policy:
Charging & Remissions Policy
Please click the following link to view our Charging & Remissions Policy.
Our School Complaints Procedure and Policy can be found by clicking on the following link:
Please click the link below to visit our Curriculum area of the website to find out information about our school's approaches to teaching & learning, including subject information and class topic webs.
If you would like any further information about the curriculum please ask your child's teacher directly or contact the school office.
Exam & Assessment Results for 2017-2018
Please view our School Performance area of our website for further details by clicking the following link:
Please view our school Equality objectives and Accessibility Plan by clicking the following link:
Governors' Information and Duties
To find out further information about the Governing Body at Watlington Primary School, including details of committees and records of any business, financial or governance interests, please visit our Governor area by clicking on the following link:
Please view our most recent school OFSTED report by clicking the following link:
PE & Sports Premium
PE & Sport Premium is funding provided to primary schools to enhance the provision of PE and sport. The Government has committed to keeping the funding in place until 2020. It is for schools to decide how the PE and Sport funding is spent.
Please click on the following link to find out further information about the Sports Premium Funding and view our annual report.
Please click the following link for the School Performance Tables.
At Watlington Primary School, we aim to spend our Pupil Premium funding in the most effective ways. We consider both the academic and social needs of the children in our care. We target the funding well from the outset, being responsive and flexible to individual needs and use progress and tracking procedures to identify the strengths and weaknesses of individual pupils. Strategies are routinely evaluated and analysed, as is the impact upon pupil attainment.
Please read the pupil premium summary report and our Disadvantaged Pupil Policy by clicking on the following links:
Reading & Phonics
We use ‘Letters and Sounds’ as our way of teaching phonics. For more information, please click the following link:
Watlington Primary School takes its responsibility under section 11 of the Children Act and duties under “working together” to safeguard and promote the welfare of children very seriously. We work together with other agencies to ensure adequate arrangements exist within our setting to identify, and support those children who are suffering harm or are likely to suffer harm.
Please read our Safeguarding Policy by clicking the following link:
Special Educational Needs (SEN) & Disability Information
At Watlington, we welcome each child into our school community as a valued member and acknowledge that every individual has particular qualities and needs.
You can view our SEND Annual Report, SEND Policy and further information about the SEND Local Offer by clicking on the following link: