Parkham: Key information
How well are our schools performing?
Below are some links to access academic and financial school performance date. As the school is so small with very small number in a year group- less than 10- this data is only one indicator of performance as percentages can vary enormously year from one year to the next. Often, our public data is supressed by the DfE due to small year group size. The best way to judge our schools is to come and visit.
School Academic Performance data
There is no statutory data for the academic year 2019-20 or 2020-21 due to the Covid 19 crisis and lockdown period. however historic school data can be accessed on the DFE website.
Please click on the following link for information regarding the School Financial Performance Data. The data shown here under one school name is the one budget for both Buckland Brewer and Parkham schools. Woolsery Primary retains its own separate budget at the present time.
The School and Early Years Finance Regulations (England) allows for a local authority to allocate a single budget share to a governing body where there are two or more schools federated under section 24 of the Education Act 2002. Federated schools receiving a single budget shares report collectively in their CFR return. This Financial Benchmarking includes data for both Buckland Brewer and Parkham Primary School
The Pupil Premium funding is given to schools by the government with the aim of targeting learning for specific groups of children who are identified as "disadvantaged":
- Pupils in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM)
- Those that have been identified for FSM in the pasy six years (Ever6)
- Children in Care, or have previously been in care (CiC)
- There is also funding given to children belonging to armed forces families, known as Service Premium
Our Strategy and Report for 2019-2020 is HERE
Our Strategy Statement for 2020-2021 is HERE
Our Strategy for 2021-2022 is HERE
Our school receives additional funding to support physical education and schools sports. This is known as the School Sports Premium Fund (SSPF)
Our Strategy for 2020-2021 is HERE
Our Strategy and Evaluation for 2021-22 is HERE
Covid-19 Catch-up Premium
Details of how the school has planned to spend, and has spent, the £6720 allocated from the national Covid Catch Up Premium fund can be found here: Covid Catch Up Report
Click HERE for Parkham's most recent Ofsted report. The school is currently graded as Good.