~ Striving for success, with pride and happiness ~
Our latest and previous Ofsted Reports can be viewed on the Ofsted website.
Alternatively, you can download our latest 2016 Ofsted Report if you prefer.
Our Key Issues Impact Reports give details of the steps we are taking to improve West Melton Primary School in line with recommendations from Ofsted.
Our Self-Evaluation Summary - September 20018 is available to download:
Our Developing Excellence Plan 2018-2019 which sets out our plans for the 2018-19 school year is available to download.
The following action plans have all been produced by the subject leaders to feed into our Developing Excellence Plan:
Our Overview of Topics 2017/18 is also available to download.
At West Melton Primary School we strive to ensure every child develops a love of reading.
We do this through:
Reading and Phonics
Our primary approach to phonics is the Read Write Inc programme for Foundation Stage and KS1 with some children accessing this programme as intervention in KS2.
Our primary reading scheme for FS and early KS1 is Oxford Reading Tree. We use these reading books to support the teaching and learning of phonics, which is the primary approach to teaching early reading.
In addition to this phonics based scheme, we also use a range of other books which support the teaching of further reading and comprehension skills. These include:
We also teach from a wide range of levelled picture books, information books and chapter books by independent authors.
In KS2, we continue to teach reading using books from the list above but as children become more competent fluent readers, we also use a wider range of novels and extended texts to challenge and interest them at an age appropriate level through a book study.
At school we believe PE and sport plays an important role in making our vision statement a reality for every pupil, with the potential to change pupil's lives for the better.
We have welcomed the Government's announcement to provide additional funding to improve provision of physical education and sport in primary schools. We are committed to using this resource in developing high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting competitions and clubs for all our young people.
What does the sport premium mean for our school?
Our Sports Premium Overview 2018/2019 (.pdf download) outlines our plans to spend the sport premium funding in order to achieve our vision for PE and sport.
PE Impact Report 2016/2017 (.pdf download)
Sports Development Grant 2015/2016 (.pdf download)
Sports Development Grant 2014/2015 (.pdf download)
Sports Development Grant 2013/2014 (.pdf download)