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Headteacher:  Mrs Susan Marshall

Cowling Community Primary School

Gill Lane, Cowling, North Yorkshire, BD22 0DF

01535 632198


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School Information (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2012

If you would like to contact us you can…..

Telephone: 01535 632198 to speak to :-

• The Headteacher : Mrs Susan Marshall

• The Senior Teacher : Mrs Kate Dawson

• The Administrator : Mrs Joyce Emmott

Email : admin@cowling.n-yorks.sch.uk

Write to : Cowling Community Primary School, Gill Lane, Cowling, North Yorkshire, DB22 0DF

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Pupil Premium.

The pupil premium is funding (£900 per pupil - £1,300 from Sept 2014 - Looked after children £1,900 from 2014) allocated to schools for the specific purpose of boosting the attainment of pupils from low income families. Funding is based on children registered for a free school meal (at any point in the last six years) and children who have been in care. Children of service personnel receive a smaller amount. The funds can be spent however the school thinks best but schools will be judged by OFSTED on the impact their initiatives have.

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Sports Funding.

The Government is providing £150 million over the next two years (2013-2015) to improve the quality of sport and PE in primary schools nationally. In 2013-14 we will receive £5,025 and plan to use this to improve our sports provision

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Curriculum Plan.

The Cowling rolling programme follows a half-termly theme based format,

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Results for end of Key Stage 2 (Y6),  May/June 2013

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SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities)

North Yorkshire County Council  has recently published their LOCAL OFFER for children and families from ages 0-25.

This outlines the services and resources that are available for children and young people with SEND in North Yorkshire, if the level of need is beyond that which can be met within the day to day resources of the GP, School etc.

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