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Admissions

Nursery admissions for September 2022 are now open!
You should use this application if your child would be of the correct age to start early in January or April 2022 eg. if they turn 3 next Autumn.
Find out more and apply here: Nursery admissions – Doncaster Council

Behaviour and Exclusions

Child Protection and Safeguarding

Complaints

Context Information

At Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School we have 212 pupils on roll including 16 part-time FS1 (nursery) pupils.
50.9% of these delightful pupils are boys and 49.1% are girls.
9.8% are eligible for Pupil Premium and the academy has a deprivation index of 0.18.
0.9% pupils have an EHCP
7.5% are have SEN support plans.
4.7% are from minority ethnic groups – (predominantly GRT with an additional ‘hidden’ and growing group of showmen families.)
We are a small rural primary school in the heart of a village community.

Curriculum

We are excited to be launching a brand new, interactive curriculum timeline in September 2021.

In the meantime, you can view our curriculum information under the curriculum tab.

Curriculum Intent
Our curriculum is in three layers so the pupils have a wide range of opportunities to develop in to life-long learners, able to be active citizens in an ever-changing world.

Oracy is key to our work in our academy as pupils develop effective communication skills with increasing skill and confidence.

Data Protection

Equality Objectives

Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School is committed to achieving a working and learning environment which provides equality of opportunity and freedom from unlawful discrimination. This ambition is firmly embedded with the Equality and Diversity Policy of the Delta Academies Trust.

Exam and Assessment Results

Performance Tables

PE and Sports Premium

Pupil Premium

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

All Delta schools have a similar approach to meeting the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities and are supported by the Local Authority to ensure that all pupils, regardless of their specific needs, make the best possible progress in school. All schools are supported to be as inclusive as possible, with the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities being met in a mainstream setting wherever possible. All staff referenced in the document can be contacted via the academy office.

Trust Statutory Governance and Policy

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