Everything you should be able to find on our website

Quick Links to everything we should have on our website:

(This part of our site is currently being updated…watch this space! Please let us know if there is something you would find useful on our website, that is not already here.)

Contact details. (There is a link on every page)
The Headteacher’s name.

Our Staff.

Our Local Governing Body.

Details of how we have used our Pupil Premium Grant and our plans for this year.
Details of curriculum provision, content and approach, by year and by subject.
Our approach to the teaching of reading.
Details of our reading schemes.
Our admission arrangements.
Wilcombe’s Ofsted Report

Our Most Recent Assessment and Test Results

Ofsted School Performance Data Dashboard

Charges & Remissions Policy
Behaviour Policy
Arrangement for supporting pupils with SEN and disability (SEND Information Report)
How we have used the primary school PE and Sport Grant allocation.
Our aims.
Times of school day, lessons, and assemblies.

Term Dates

PAT Complaints Policy
Our recent newsletters.
The link to Ofsted’s Parent View.
Our Equal Opportunities Policy.
Accessibility Statement.
Anti-bullying Policy
Safeguarding Policy

The Devon Safeguarding Children Board

Links to websites for children, such as Cbeebies.
Monitoring children’s attendance.

Our Attendance Policy

Building Learning Powers (BLP).
SUPPORT FOR PARENTS – including support in keeping your children safe
Our Home-School-Agreement, including our use of images of children.
Snow and bad weather policy, with a link to the local radio station Snow Line.
School Lunch Menu
Keeping your children safe…useful websites for parents.
Links to Devon Information, Advice and Support for SEND (DIAS).
An educational jargon-buster.
Short videos on how your child might be using a numberline in maths.
Short videos on how to help your child with their reading.
Child Sexual Exploitation – keeping your children safe.
Domestic Abuse – keeping your children safe.
Digital Parenting (Vodafone) – keeping your children safe.