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About Us

Bransgore Church of England Primary School is located in the lovely village of Bransgore which borders Hampshire's picturesque New Forest.

We are a very happy school which is at the heart of our wonderful, supportive village community. We have very close links with St. Mary's Church in the village. We pride ourselves on being a traditional village school which, at the same time, is dynamic and forward-thinking.

Our school is committed to the development and encouragement of all of our pupils and staff. We recognise the positive contribution the school makes to the local community, our stakeholders, parents and partners.

By treating all of our school family and friends with dignity and respect we encompass the key aims of the Equality Act 2010 and the general duties. This is also echoed in our school's Vision & Mission statement.

Inclusion and accessible learning is key to our success, as is the development of our staff. We work to remove barriers to learning and engagement in all that we do as well as actively seeking opportunities for dialogue and better understanding between different people. Everyone is unique and we value that daily.

Summer 2016 Data

Phonics

Percentage of children passing Year 1 Phonics test – 84%

Key Stage 1

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

% of children achieving Age Related Expectations

77%

62%

72%

 

Key Stage 2

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

% of children achieving Age Related Expectations

82%

76%

67%

65%

% of children achieving a high level of attainment

25%

16%

14%

14%

Average progress score from KS1 to KS2

3.5

1

-1

N/A

Average score

106.2

 

101.9

102.4

 

Percentage of children achieving Age Related Expectations in Reading, Writing and Maths = 57%

Percentage of children achieving above Age Related Expectations in Reading, Writing and Maths = 6%

We are a telling School.

This means EVERYONE (grown-ups and children) must tell someone if they see or hear something that might not be safe for them or somebody else.  If it worries you… Tell somebody.

Academy Information