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Address and Contact Details
Market Rasen Church of England Primary School
01673 842395 (Option 1: Absence Option 2: Finance Option 3: Kitchen Option 4: Main Office)
||Mr Andrew Smith
|Head of School
||Mrs Nichola Allerston
||Mrs Gemma Hall
||Mrs Katie Taylor-Bailey
||Mrs Catherine Fussey
|Clerk to Governors
||Mrs Louise Long
||Mrs Lianne McGagh
||Mrs Nicky Chaplin
We admit 45 children each year in our September intake. Our admissions are controlled by Lincolnshire County Council. For information on admission to LCC schools please visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk and view the admissions pages. We have limited spaces in some year groups; for information please contact the Executive Headteacher.
To view our admissions policy (2021) please follow the link below.
To apply for a Reception or mid year place please follow the link below.
Apply for a Place
Admissions for Reception September 2021
Due to COVID19 infection control measures our arrangements for our potential September 2021 starters are a little different than usual.
If you would like to have a COVID secure tour of our school please contact the main office (01673 842395 Option 4) to book this in. This will be at the end of the school day when all children and most staff have left site. These are subject to infection control measures that we will tell you about before the tour begins.
If you would like to find our more about our school please have a look at the presentation below.
Reception 2021 Prospective Parent Presentation
Please use the following link to view our school prospectus.
Letter For Parents from Lincolnshire County Council
We look forward to meeting you. If you have any questions about our school or the application process, please get in touch.
To see our behaviour policy which helped our behaviour and safety to be judged as outstanding please follow the link below.
We strive to ensure our children learn, develop and demonstrate British Values. Please see our Governor approved British Value statement below which outlines our interpretation of British Values and how they are threaded through school life at Market Rasen Church of England Primary School.
British Values Policy
Each year our school updates our charging policy. To view our charging policy please follow the link below.
For information on our complaints procedure please read our complaints policy using the link below.
COVID-19 Catch Up Premium
Our school received around £24,000 in COVID-19 Catch Up Premium. The report below outlines how we intend to spend the money and how we intend to measure the impact on our learners.
Catch Up Premium Report
Please follow the link below to see information about the National and the school curriculum.
DFE Compare School and College Performance
This is a link to a new service to compare schools.
Please use the link below to access this information.
Please note the information held in this link is for the 2018/19 school year as there were no assessments in 2019/20 due to Covid-19.
The link below takes you to the DFE Schools Financial Benchmarking for our school.
Market Rasen Church of England Primary School Financial Benchmarking Page
We are required to publish how many staff have an annual gross salary of £100,000 or more. This information is listed below.
Number of staff with an annual gross salary in excess of £100,000: 0
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
As a school we store and share information securely in compliance with the new data protection regulations (GDPR). To view the pupil privacy notice, please follow the link below.
Pupil Privacy Notice
Staff Privacy Notice
Data Protection Policy
The North Wolds Federation data protection officer is Mike Eckersley who can be contacted on 07967 177670.
As part of the North Wolds Federation, our Governing Body covers both schools in the Federation.
Information about the Federation Governing Body can be found on this website.
Information regarding the structure and responsibilities of the Governing Body, including the committee Chair and Vice Chair's names can be found in this document.
Governor Information for Parents
Information regarding the Governors of the North Wolds Federation including their names, date of appointment, term of office, appointing body, business and financial interests can be found here.
Governor Statutory Information Sept 2020
Information regarding Governors attendance at meetings during the 2019/20 academic year can be found here.
Governor Attendance 2019/20
Pen portraits for all members of the North Wolds Federation Governing Body can be found here.
NWF Pen Portraits
To contact the Chair of Governors, please write to the Clerk of the Governing Body (firstname.lastname@example.org) or send the letter to the main office.
National Test Results
Our children sit National Curriculum Tests at the end of Year Six and Year Two. Below is information about past performance. Please note children did not sit National Curriculum Tests in 2020 due to the COVID19 pandemic therefore no data exists for this cohort.
Key Stage 1 2019
Key Stage 2 2019
Our last short, Section 8 Inspection took place in October 2018 where it was confirmed that our school remains good.. Our last full (Section 5) inspection was in November 2013 where behaviour and safety and leadership and management was graded as “Outstanding” and achievement and teaching and learning was graded as “good.”
Please download a copy of the last OFSTED report.
To visit the OFSTED website please follow the link below.
Parental voice is very important to us; it helps us to improve. Below you will find the outcomes of the latest consultations we have done with parents recently.
Whole School Parental Questionnaire September 2020
OFSTED have a system to capture parents voice called Parentview. Please click below to either see what others are saying about us or to leave feedback yourself.
Parent View Outcomes
Parent View Give Feedback
Pupil Premium Funding
The Government gives schools an additional amount of funding for children considered disadvantage. This is measured by if children have accessed free school meals at any point in the last seven years.
Click here to see our Pupil Premium Strategy 2020/21
Click here to see our Pupil Premium Strategy 2019/20
Pupil Safety Survey
Each year we survey our older children to find out how safe they feel at school.
December 2020 KS2 Pupil Safety Survey
School Ethos and Values
To find out about how special our school is and our ethos and values please follow the link below to the about us section of our school.
School Ethos and Values
Section 48 (Church Schools) Report
Our school was last inspected in 2017 and given a "good" grading.
Section 48 Report 2017
Section 48 Report 2012
Section 48 Report 2009
All schools have to have a policy for children with Special Educational Needs and/or disabilities.
To view our SEND policy and other information about SEN please follow the link below.
SEND Information Report
Lincolnshire County Council Local SEND offer
The Government gives schools an additional amount of funding to enhance sports provision in school.
Click here to find out how we intend to spend our Sports Premium Funding in 2020/2021
Click here to find out how we intend to spend our Sports Premium Funding in 2019/2020