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School Prospectus


Milverton Community Primary School Milverton Somerset TA4 1JP Tel: 01823 400439 Email: office@milvertonprimary.co.uk www.milvertonprimary.co.uk Headteacher: Richard Stead Chair of Governors: Andrew Powell

Our Aims 

We aim to provide a positive nurturing environment in which each individual is valued and where everyone can work and play happily together.

We aim to motivate and challenge each pupil creatively and academically to take full advantage of the education we provide, while recognising differences in personal needs, experiences, talents and potential.

We aim to develop sensitivity and awareness, encouraging everyone to treat each other and their environment with respect at all times. We are proud our school is recognised as an Eco School.

We aim to ensure that our children have a sense of pride in themselves, the school and the community they live in. We teach our pupils to develop a sense of personal responsibility for their actions and care in what they do. We want our pupils to recognise their abilities and talents, to do their best and be proud of what they achieve both individually and collectively.

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Our Vision Together, we are building a community of creative successful lifelong learners: we challenge ourselves to achieve whilst sustaining spiritual, moral, emotional and economic well-being. The world is our classroom!


Welcome to Milverton Community Primary School Our aim is to help everyone associated with Milverton School to feel part of a lively, caring and active community. We believe that education is a partnership between parents, children and staff. Our pupils are our best advertisement; they are happy, inquisitive and engaged. Milverton School has an excellent academic record and there is a long history of high expectations and achievements. We aim to develop children’s individual talents and realise the potential of every child in our care. Our wonderful school grounds are a great source of inspiration and are a valuable teaching and learning resource. We aim to have children to get children out and about whenever it is practical. Our wonderful grounds also inspires a firm environmental commitment and Milverton School became the first officially recognised ‘Eco’ Primary School in Somerset when we received our Green Flag status in November 2006 and we have recently gained our 6th Green Flag. The school generates 15% its electricity needs, we recycle and are careful of our water and energy use. We have developed a variety of habitats on the school grounds to encourage bio-diversity. We hold two ‘eco’ days a term where the children are involved in eco-related activities and we have an active pupil eco-committee. Through our curriculum we aim to give children experiences that will last a lifetime. Together we have developed a curriculum that we feel inspires and encourages children to aspire; it celebrates the richness of our local environment whilst raising aspiration – the World is our classroom! Education should be fun. Children, like the rest of us, learn so much better when they are enjoying what they are doing. Parenthood is also a great joy and a period in our lives when we can benefit so much by sharing our experiences and learning from one another. Here at Milverton School we aim to co-operate and work together; staff, Governors, parents and children, to do the very best we can for everyone involved. We are always looking for ways in which parents can become more involved in school life. Your child will benefit enormously from the interest you take in his or her achievements and progress at school. We also ask that parents take an active role in the activities and events organised by the parents association, the MSA. Staff are always willing to help and listen, and I can always be contacted at school. We would like to extend to you a very warm welcome and hope that you and your child/children will enjoy a long and productive relationship with the school. Richard Stead Headteacher

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YOUR CHILD STARTING AT MILVERTON SCHOOL In Somerset a pre-school child may be admitted to school from the September of the school year in which he or she will be five. In order to smooth the way for children in this transition into school, we introduce all them to school on a part-time basis at first. We find that this helps them to settle down and it gives us time to get to know each child and assess his/her needs. We aim to support both children and families so that we can encourage the formation of positive attitudes to school from the very start. Parents should apply for a place at Milverton School at Somerset County Council on 0300 123 2224 or you can do this online at http://www.somerset.gov.uk/education-learning-and-schools/choosing-aschool/apply-to-start-school/

We have a close relationship with Milverton Community Preschool, which is on our school site, and encourage prospective parents to involve their children in the pre-school before they come to school. Most children enjoy the pre-school setting enormously and the social benefits are significant. During the summer term prior to a child joining the Reception Class in September, we run a series of events and activities for parents and children to help everyone concerned to get used to the idea of school gradually. Welcome mornings are held in the school hall and the children attend a some transition sessions to allow parents and pre-school children to become familiar with the school site and some of the staff who work here. A wide variety of learning activities are available for children to explore during these sessions and for parents to copy at home. An evening presentation for new parents is organised in the Summer Term before their child starts school every year. This means parents can meet staff and be introduced to the way we work, and the organisation of the school day. It is also a good occasion to meet parents of other children who will be starting school with your child. There are opportunities to ask questions about the school and to raise any issues that may be worrying you. Parents are informed of the arrangements for starting school as the time approaches and are also told about the Foundation Stage curriculum, which is what each child follows during their first year in school, and is a continuation of what your child will have been working on in his/ her pre-school setting. The children are initially welcomed into school every September on a part-time basis and build up to full-time within the first month. The Reception class staff make themselves available to parents at the end of each day and at formal Parents’ Evenings. We do our utmost to make those children who join us at other stages in their school careers thoroughly welcome. Again, we urge prospective parents to visit the school with children and meet the Headteacher and staff so that we can discuss our priorities expectations. When children join us we make every effort to integrate them into their new class environment as smoothly as possible.

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Who’s Who Teaching Staff Richard Stead Peter Coupe Jane Nicholls Kate Lewis Katy Smith Isabel Calnon Cat Smith Rebecca McDonagh Sarah Brown Stephen Penny

Headteacher Assistant Head and Class 5 Teacher Key Stage 1 Co-ordinator and Class 2 Teacher SENCo and Reception Class Teacher Reception Class Teacher Class 1 Teacher Class 3 Teacher Class 3 Teacher Class 4 Teacher Class 6 Teacher

Support Staff Learning Support Assistants Soo Egerton (HLTA) Maggie Storrs-Fox Becky Hards Mandy Cutler Tamsin Davy (and After School Club) Mary Jane Chiplin Lisa Brierley (HLTA) Jane Downs (HLTA) Ann Lovell-Brown Julie Brown (and After School Club) Lydia Lapthorn (HLTA) Sam Sidney (ELSA) Marian Barlow Sue Greenway John Walker Robin Smith Sandra Binding

Administrator and Clerk to Governors Finance Officer After School Club supervisor Caretaker Cleaner

Peripatetic Music Instrument Teachers David White - Piano Matt Groves - Percussion John Snowdon - Guitar

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HOW OUR SCHOOL IS ORGANISED Milverton School is a seven class school for children aged between 4 and 11 years. We have a Reception class which is the final year of the Foundation Stage, two Key Stage 1 classes for our 5 and 6 year olds, and four Key Stage 2 classes covering ages 7-11. We have a central resource area with four classrooms arranged around it. The resource area is the location of the school’s library and networked computer suite. We have three more classes housed in Elliott classrooms. The school hall is used for assemblies, lunches, P.E., gymnastics, dance, drama and music. In December 2011 our hall was further enhanced with theatrical lighting, microphones and a professional PA system, and in 2015 a wireless digital projector was installed to improve our audio-visual infrastructure. There is a medical room for the treatment of children who are unwell or who have suffered minor injuries. Dedicated facilities for children with Special Educational Needs are located in ‘The Den’. Outside we have two hard court play areas, an infant playground with a ‘trim trail’, an early years playground, an all-weather adventure playground and a dual-purpose target and climbing wall. We have a junior-sized football pitch and extensive grassed areas. We have an environmental area including a pond, a camp fire area which is used for sharing, singing and storytelling, and a variety of young and well established trees. We also have a wonderful outdoor classroom which is used by all the classes in the school to take advantage of the opportunities presented by our outstanding grounds. The school is not affiliated to a particular religious body. Religious Education follows the agreed Somerset Syllabus and teaches about Christianity and the major world religions. Assemblies are Christian based and non-denominational.

THE MILVERTON SCHOOL ASSOCIATION (MSA) The MSA is a vital part of our school community and has been hugely successful in recent years, raising over £5000 per year for school projects. A committee is elected at the AGM and this committee organises social and fundraising events for the academic year. The staff, children and parents benefit enormously from the enthusiasm, friendliness and vitality of the MSA. New parents are strongly urged to get involved as soon as they can in order to feel part of the school community. Many of our working parents who cannot visit us during the day offer valuable assistance to the MSA and thus feel more of a part of our organisation. If parents cannot commit to being on the committee, they often get involved by helping out at individual events. The MSA can be contacted by email on msa-somerset@outlook.com.

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Milverton Community Primary School is a ‘maintained’ school. This means that we are a state-funded school, but not an academy or free school. The basis of our curriculum is the National Curriculum for England, 2014. However, while this sets out the essential knowledge that children must be taught in the primary age -phase, we are more ambitious for our children and have spent time developing a broader, richer curriculum for the children of Milverton. We teach children key skills, knowledge and understanding through the core subjects.

CURRICULUM For Primary children there are four core subjects:English, Maths, Science and Information and Communications Technology; Also six foundation subjects:History, Geography, Art, Design and Technology, Music, P.E. R.E. and Modern Foreign Languages are also statutory.

Quest Learning We teach the foundation subjects through a series of learning ‘Quests’ which help us to engage, enthuse and inspire a love of learning in the pupils. These are taught in a cross-curricular way because we feel this reflects the way that young children learn best. Quests have titles such as ’Animal Magic’ or What a Performance!’ and each Quest lasts for a term and is across the whole school.

We hope that our children’s experience from their earliest days is that ‘Learning is Fun’. Learning is something that everyone can do and the more effort we put into learning, the more we get out of it. There is much positive reinforcement of effort and achievement throughout the school. We are very aware that each individual child develops at a different rate from other children. We also recognise that children develop at different rates in different curriculum areas and that their progress rate will vary as they develop. For these reasons we organise our class work in a variety of ways and maintain as flexible an approach as is possible.

Our curriculum is also designed to build ‘learning power’ in our children. Time is spent helping children understand themselves as learners: they are taught personal learning and thinking skills which underpin the knowledge, skills and understanding taught through our curriculum. In this way, we are not simply filling children with the knowledge that we deem to be important, but also enabling them to be better at following their own lines of enquiry. In addition we also address the cross-curricular issues of Personal, Social and Health Education, Multicultural Education, Environmental Education and Citizenship. 7


PHYSICAL EDUCATION Physical Education is a subject area in which children can gain personal satisfaction and improved confidence. We are proud to hold the Activemark for exceptional delivery within the PE and Sports Strategy. We cover many aspects P.E. in the course of a year - gymnastic activities, dance, athletic activities, ball games and swimming. Staff work hard with the children to develop good agility, balance and co-ordination skills. We encourage the children to keep fit by undertaking some sort of physical activity every day. P.E. is also a subject where lots of personal and social skills are practised as children work together with partners, in groups or in teams. Parents are asked to make a contribution towards the cost of transport, entry to the pool and swimming tuition. The school has football, netball, cricket and rounders teams that compete with local schools in the Taunton area.

Our Year 6 Sports Leaders 2017

We have had Silver School Games Award for the last 2 year and we are very close to achieving Gold!

FOREST SCHOOL As we are incredibly lucky to have beautiful surroundings, we are delighted this year to have extended our Learning Outside the Classroom. Every half term, each class has a morning of Forest School taught by a dedicated Forest School teacher. This learning covers a wide range of activities from wood work and using tools, to map work, to trust games and sensory learning. We have a purpose built outside classroom, and we have developed a fire circle with canopy so the children can enjoy a warming hot chocolate at the end of their session and talk about their learning!

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION R.E. teaching throughout the school is based on the Somerset Agreed Syllabus called “Awareness, Mystery and Value”. Our Key Stage 1 children are encouraged to grow in awareness of themselves and others, and are helped to develop positive attitudes to themselves, life and learning. Our aim is for them to develop caring and tolerant attitudes to others. We also aim to develop their interest in, and their ability to reflect upon the world around them, including a growing awareness of ideas about religions. Our Key Stage 2 children are encouraged to build on these early experiences: to think about different communities and world religions and the impact of beliefs and causes on our own and other peoples’ lives. Parents are reminded that they are entitled to withdraw their children from all or part of R.E. lessons. If this is the case, a request should be made to the Headteacher. 8


TIMES OF SCHOOL SESSIONS School Day 8.55am—3.15pm The Reception Class and Key Stage 1 Registration 9.00 am – 9.05 am Break 10.30 am – 10.45 am Lunch 12.00 pm – 1.10 pm Afternoon break 2.45 pm – 2.55 pm Key Stage 2 Registration Break Lunch

9.00 am – 9.05 am 10.30 am – 10.45 am 12.15 pm – 1.10 pm 12.30 pm – 1:25 pm in classes 5 and 6

Our School Council 2017

Teaching time each week is: Reception Class and Key Stage 1: 21 hours and 15 minutes per week. Key Stage 2: 23 hours and 20 minutes per week.

SCHOOL UNIFORM The school colours are royal blue, grey and white. Boys: Milverton sweatshirt/cardigan, charcoal grey trousers, white polo shirt, white, grey or black socks. Girls: Milverton sweatshirt/cardigan, charcoal grey trousers, white polo shirt, charcoal grey skirt or pinafore dress, white, grey or black socks/ tights. In summer girls may choose to wear a blue and white gingham summer dress. The school office sells school sweatshirts, cardigans, book bags and PE bags. PE KIT Navy or black shorts, t-shirt in their house colours (as photo), trainers (no plimsolls please!) and tracksuit bottoms when the weather is cooler. Jewellery should not be worn to school as a rule, although watches and stud earrings are acceptable. Hairstyles should be natural in appearance. Long hair should be tied back. Neat-fitting hair ornaments may be worn. Footwear must be smart, sensible, darkcoloured shoes or boots (not trainers or ‘Crocs’). We encourage the children to be careful of their appearance when they come to school and to be proud of their school uniform. All clothing worn in school must be clearly named.

Our House Captains 2017

Our Eco Committee 2017

PE kit Our Arts Leaders 2017 9


Milverton School Board of Governors Members of the Governing Board are valued volunteers and bring a wide range of skills, experience and expertise for the benefit of our school. Parents and members of the local communities are often in the best position to know what a school really needs and the issues facing it. Governing Boards are the strategic decision makers and vision setters in every school and academy. They play a vital role in ensuring the best possible education for every child by creating robust accountability for school leaders. Many of our Governors have detailed knowledge of Milverton school and its priorities. The Governors can be consulted if you have any concerns about the school and you feel have not received a satisfactory response from the Headteacher. Please contact the Clerk to the Governors through the school office. We currently have 12 Governors.

Board of Governors at November 2017 Chair Vice Chair

Andrew Powell Adrian Landon

Headteacher

Richard Stead

Local Authority (LA) Governor

Linda Burton

Parent Governors

Andy Wooller Anna Kyle Chris Mann Andrew Powell Ewan Robertson

Co-Opted Governors

Lindsey Waddington Adrian Landon Lydia Lapthorn Lindsey Tawse

Staff Governor Clerk to Governors

Stephen Penny Marian Barlow

Contact via school

SCHOOL TRANSPORT If you live outside the village of Milverton you may be entitled to school transport or eligible to pay to use the school buses. Please contact Somerset Direct if you are interested. At present we are served by a minibus that covers the Halse and Fitzhead area.

BRINGING YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL We are proud of our Eco-School status and because of this we actively encourage parents to transport their children in a way which has the least impact on our environment. We encourage children and parents to walk whenever this is possible and we aim to support parents in car sharing. Those parents who drive to school are asked to park in the parents’ car park at all times. The staff car park is out-of-bounds to parents unless given permission to use it for special circumstances by the Headteacher. There must be no parking at any time on the turning circle to avoid accidents. Parents of children who wish to pick up their child /children from the turning circle at 3.15 p.m. must let the office know in writing and the child/children will be assembled on the turning circle ready for collection after school. For this reason only, parents are permitted to wait in their cars on the turning circle. Children are allowed to ride bikes to school accompanied by an adult. Older children always have the opportunity to do Cycling Proficiency training as part of the school timetable after which they can cycle to school unaccompanied. All children who cycle to school must wear a helmet. No bikes or scooters are to be ridden on the school grounds. 10


SCHOOL ASSEMBLIES We are required by law to hold a daily nondenominational Act of Communal Worship in school intended to reflect our Christian tradition. Parents are entitled under the provisions of the 1988 Education Reform Act to withdraw their child from these School Assemblies should they so wish, and are requested to write to the Headteacher on this matter. If a child is withdrawn from School Assemblies he or she is expected to read quietly in the school library until it is time to rejoin the class. The children join together every day for class, whole school or Key Stage assemblies. School assemblies are taken by the Headteacher, senior staff and various visitors including the Vicar. Representatives of other religious groups and delegates from local and national charities also join us on occasion. GIFTED AND TALENTED CHILDREN Each class teacher ensures that academically able children have work differentiated to ensure they are stretched and challenged across the curriculum. A register is kept of children who show extra ability in academic, artistic and physical activities. We offer individual support to our talented musicians, artists, gymnasts and footballers both within the curriculum and through the provision of specialist coaching after school.

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SEX & RELATIONSHIPS EDUCATION Sex Education is taught as part of the Science and Health Education curriculum and is introduced gradually to the children. The final input in Year 6 includes human reproduction in the topic "Growth and Development". The children watch a series of three films together covering aspects of conception and the development and birth of a baby. Parents are always informed beforehand when the lessons are planned to take place. If parents wish they can borrow the videos to watch at home before they are shown to the children at school. Parents may withdraw their child from non-statutory aspects, by prior agreement, if they wish. The children are joined in single sex groups by the school nurse to talk through areas of interest specific to boys and girls. Sex Education is always placed within the context of loving relationships and family responsibilities. Teachers aim to help the children to begin to adopt responsible attitudes to their own and others’ sexuality. Staff aim to ensure that the children are introduced to the subject in a secure and sympathetic environment where misconceptions can be corrected and fears and worries shared. Parents are always welcome to discuss the school approach to sex education with the Headteacher and staff before, during, or after the series of lessons. It is our aim to support parents in their discussions of the subject with their children. The Sex Education Policy is available for inspection in the school office on request.


AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS We offer a wide range of after school clubs, including many sports, choir and art club. We also operate ‘Toasties’ After School Club and morning club every day. Toasties runs two sessions after school 3.15—4.30pm and 4.30—5.45pm. These sessions cost £4.50 and are very popular. Morning Club starts at 8am and costs £1.60 per session.

SCHOOL TRIPS AND SPORTS FIXTURES We encourage engagement in sports and as a result our sports teams regularly attend sports fixtures after school, playing against schools in the area. We find that the children love being involved in these team activities and often do very well!

CHILDREN'S ILLNESS IN SCHOOL TIME Any child who is taken ill during the day, or who suffers a minor accident, will be cared for by our qualified first aiders. Parents will be contacted immediately if we feel the child should be sent home or requires further treatment. If your child requires medication whilst at school, we will ask you to complete a permission form for staff to administer medicine. It is essential that you keep the school informed of your current address, telephone numbers and email address. If you move house, or change telephone number, please inform the school immediately, preferably in writing. ABSENCES Parents are asked to telephone the school early in the day if a child is going to be absent for any unforeseen reason. You can also do this via Parentmail, our online communication and payment system. If a child’s absence is not reported to the school office, the school office will phone to establish the child’s whereabouts. We have a good attendance record with few recorded unauthorised absences. Holidays in term-time will almost always be unauthorised and may lead to parents receiving a fine. If an absence is unavoidable, a holiday form should be completed beforehand. Forms are available from the school office and the school website. 12

We run many school trips during the year. We often link our trips to the ‘Quest’ learning and feel that it is an important addition to the children’s experience. Year 5 & 6 enjoy residential trips - Year 5 to Kilve Court Activity Centre and Year to the Isle of Wight. We have been running these trips for many years and the children benefit enormously from them. SCHOOL CHARGING POLICY The Governors have agreed that parents should be asked to make voluntary contributions to out-of-school activities that take place during normal school hours. The Governors wish to emphasise however that no child will be excluded from an activity if his or her parents fail to contribute to the cost of that activity. Unfortunately, if large numbers of parents fail to contribute then the viability of the activity will be jeopardised. Any family in receipt of Income Support is entitled to apply for financial assistance towards out-of-school activities. The school is entitled to ask all parents to pay the full cost of food and lodging on a residential trip but parents in receipt of benefits can have help with this. The Board of Governors’ aim is to ensure that no child misses a school residential experience for financial reasons.


EMERGENCY CLOSURES OF THE SCHOOL It is sometimes necessary to close the school due to extreme weather conditions or an extended power cut. In these circumstances an emergency phone tree comes into operation and all parents will be rung by another parent to inform them of what is happening. Parents are also recommended to listen to Heart Somerset and BBC Somerset Sound, who will be informed of the closure of the school. SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN In our capacity as primary carers for children while they are at school we have a duty to ensure that are safe and well cared-for, both in school and out. Families do experience difficulties from time to time and it occasionally becomes necessary for us to work through these with children, parents/ carers and external professional bodies. Our child protection policy gives full details and is available from the school office. HOW TO MAKE A FORMAL COMPLAINT We hope that any complaints that parents may have can be resolved by the school. Complaints, outside of normal, everyday concerns should normally be made to the Headteacher in the first instance, and be dealt with at this informal level. However if a parent remains dissatisfied there is an agreed Complaints Procedure that should be followed. The formal complaint should be sent in writing to the Clerk of the Governors at the school office, and if still unresolved can be submitted in writing to the Department for Education. The Complaints Policy is on the school website.

UNIVERSAL INFANT FREE SCHOOL MEALS (UIFSM) & FREE SCHOOL MEALS (FSM) UIFSM is a government initiative that aims to provide every school-aged child in England in the infant classes (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2) with a free school meal, regardless of household income. This is an entitlement, but to receive it parents must claim it. If parents are in receipt of certain benefits their children will be eligible for FSM regardless of the child’s age. Parents can apply online at www.somerset.gov.uk/freeschoolmeals and we strongly encourage those who are eligible to apply. This is because for each pupil in receipt of a FSM the school receives additional funding (Pupil Premium) which can help provide extra support for children. The FSM are provided by Millennium Catering, the same company who provide our paid for school meals. There will be no difference in appearance or content to a meal that has been paid for by parents and the mealtimes are the same for all children.

SCHOOL DENTAL, SIGHT AND HEARING TESTS School dental, sight and hearing tests are conducted at different stages of the child's school career. Any parent who is worried about a physical condition in their child should contact their own G.P who may then refer you back to the School Medical Service. Please inform the school on the Admission Form of anything the staff should know which may restrict your child's ability to take part in certain school activities, (e.g. epilepsy, diabetes, heart problems, asthma, allergies). Unfortunately, like all schools, we occasionally discover head lice amongst the children. If head lice are discovered on your child's hair, you will be informed and asked to wet comb your child’s hair over a period of fourteen days. All the family will need to be checked. MOVING ON TO SECONDARY SCHOOL At the age of eleven children transfer to Secondary Education. The nearest comprehensive school to Milverton is Kingsmead School in Wiveliscombe, although parents who live in or around Wellington may be allocated a place at Courtfields School. Milverton School has developed a close liaison with Kingsmead and Courtfields; pupils who are transferring from us have opportunities to visit their secondary school and meet the staff there during the Summer Term of Year 6.

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MILVERTON C P SCHOOL DATA PROTECTION ACT Schools, local education authorities and the Department for Education and Skills (the government department which deals with education) all hold information on pupils in order to run the education system, and in doing so have to follow the Data Protection Act 1998. This means, among other things, that the data held about pupils must only be used for specific purposes allowed by law. This school holds information on pupils in order to support their teaching and learning, to monitor and report on their progress, to provide appropriate pastoral care, and to assess how well the school as a whole is doing. This information includes contact details, National Curriculum assessment results, attendance information, characteristics such as ethnic group, special educational needs and any relevant medical information. From time to time we are required to pass on some of this data to the Local Authority (LA), to another school to which the pupil is transferring, to the Department for Education (DfE), and to the Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency (QCDA) which is responsible for the National Curriculum and associated assessment arrangements. The Local Authority maintains and uses information about pupils to carry out specific functions for which it is responsible, such as the assessment of any special educational or welfare needs the pupil may have, and targeting resources to pupils. It also uses the information to derive statistics to inform decisions on (for example) the targeting of LA resources to schools, and to assess the performance of schools and help them set targets. The statistics are used in such a way that individual pupils cannot be identified from them. The Department for Education uses information about pupils for statistical purposes, to evaluate and develop education policy and to monitor the performance of the education service as a whole. The statistics (including those based on information provided by the QCDA) are used in such a way that individual pupils cannot be identified from them. The DfE will feed back to LAs and schools information about their pupils where they are lacking this information because it was not passed on by a former school. On occasion information may be shared with other Government departments or agencies strictly for statistical or research purposes only. Pupils, as data subjects, have certain rights under the Data Protection Act, including a general right of access to personal data held on them, with parents exercising this right on their behalf if they are too young to do so themselves. If you wish to access the personal data held about your child, then please contact the relevant organisation in writing:   

Milverton C. P. School, Milverton, Taunton, TA4 1JP The LA’s Data Protection Officer at Somerset LEA, County Hall, The Crescent, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 4DY Department of Education, Castle View House, East Lane, Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 2GJ

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Milverton CP School Prospectus 2018  
Milverton CP School Prospectus 2018