Statutory Information for Parents
Great Gaddesden Church of England School
Headteacher: Mrs N. Comer
Senior Teacher: Mrs C. Jessop
School Secretary: Mrs S. Sutherland
To see a break-down of the school's spending in the 2015/16 academic year, please contact Mrs Comer.
Please see our ‘Ofsted and SIAMS’ page where you will find our latest Ofsted report (November 2013).
2016 Key Stage 2 Results
Please be aware that our small cohort sizes can mean that our data is not always displayed on the DFE website. If this is the case, you will see ‘SUPP’ to identify that information has been suppressed because the underlying numbers are too small.
If you have any queries regaridng the publication of SATs results please contact the school head teacher.
Promoting British Values
The DfE have recently reinforced the need to 'create and enforce a clear and rigorous expectation on all schools to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.'
These are values that have a central place in the way our children learn and in the content of our curriculum at Great Gaddesden. Our PSHE curriculum covers topics such as 'Confidence and Responsibility' and 'Citizenship'.
Further to this, we have a set of school values which provide a foundation to the way in which we behave. Children regularly nominate one another for displaying our school values both in and outside of the classroom.
However, this is only a small part of what happens at our school!
- The children learn about, and practise, democracy through visits (to the Houses of Parliament) and visitors, through having their own voices heard, and voting for what happens in their school.
- We learn about the importance of laws in the class, the school and the wider community, through the exercise of a fair behaviour policy and opportunities for discussion in PSHE and assemblies.
- Children at our school are encouraged to make choices, knowing that they are in a safe and supportive environment, and this way develop their understanding of individual liberty. They learn about rights and personal freedoms and the responsibilities that come with choice.
- Our behaviour policy is built around the need for all members of the community to show respect to each other; we use restorative principles in the way adults interact with children.
- Our PSHE and RE curricula seek to enhance pupils' understanding of their place in a culturally diverse society, along with discussions, visits, visitors and the modelling of a tolerant and accepting attitude.
Please refer to our ‘Policies’ page where you will find the school’s Behaviour Policy, SEN Policy and our Charging and Remissions Policy.
Please refer to our ‘Pupil Premium’ page to see how this funding is spent and the impact it has had.
Please refer to our ‘Sports Premium’ page to see how this funding is spent and the impact it has had.
SEN Report and Accessibility Plan
Please refer to our ‘SEND’ page where you will find our SEN Report (Local Offer) and Accessibility Plan.