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Every maintained school must publish specific information on its website to comply with The School Information (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2012. This page provides details of the information required.

Contact Details

Millbrook Primary School is a one form entry school.
We are situated in Gews Corner Cheshunt.

We can be contacted by mail, telephone or email .

The full address is:
Millbrook Primary School
Gews Corner
Cheshunt
Hertfordshire EN8 9BX

Our telephone number is 01992 622975
Our email address is admin@millbrook.herts.sch.uk

Headteacher: Mr Hilton
SENCO: Mrs Cameron
Business Manager: Mrs Lovatt

If there is no one available to take your call please leave a message.

 

Complaints

We care about what you think. Each day this school makes many decisions and tries hard to do the best for all the children. Your comments either positive or negative are helpful for future planning. You may want to talk to us about a particular aspect of this school, though not actually make a complaint you just want to get something ‘off your chest’. If you are dissatisfied about the way your child is being treated, or any actions or lack of action by us, please feel free to get in touch. For more information please see our Complaints Policy.
 

School's Ethos and Values

Our school is a place where we have lively and enquiring minds, where each individual is valued, nurtured and encouraged to develop so they are successful and confident members of our community and have an embedded life-long love of learning.

We value both academic and non academic achievement and strive to provide a curriculum that encompasses all areas of learning. Our curriculum is enriched by school visits as well as visitors and groups coming into school.

There are number of After School Clubs which are run throughout the year and we work closely with the CHEXS partnership to ensure that parents are involved in activities too.

As a school we provide access to support for parents and children who are experiencing difficulties away from school life.Our links with the community are continually developing and we work closely with the Health service, the local children’s centre, the A10 sports partnership, BCW sports services and CHEXS . Our school provides the facilities for a weekend and holiday time Special Needs group . Local residents W.E.R.A use the school for their annual meetings .

 

Admission Arrangements

Admissions
Millbrook Primary School is a County school . The admissions for our school are all dealt with centrally at County Hall . Our admission policy is the same as County’s admission policy.

 

Pupil Premium allocation

The Pupil Premium

The pupil premium is additional funding to help schools close the attainment gap between children from low income and other disadvantaged families and their peers.  Schools have discretion to choose how to spend this funding in order to support raising the attainment of these more vulnerable pupils.  The pupil premium was first granted in April 2011 according to the number of children in a school who were taking Free School Meals. 

 

Funding is now allocated according to the number of children in a school who have been registered for Free School Meals at any time in the preceding 6 years.  Funding is also provided for Looked After Children and Forces children at a lower rate.

 

As from September 2014, the DfE calls this group of children ‘Disadvantaged’ and any child not in this category comes under ‘Other’.

 

Please see the documents below to see how much Millbrook has been allocated, how we have used it and the impact on standards.

 

Our Governor for Disadvantaged Children is Mrs Khanna.

  

If you would like any more information, please contact Mrs Lovatt in the first instance.


See documents below.

 

 see SEN information page for SEND Information Report 2019-20
 

Sports Premium Funding

Sports Premium 2019/20

At MPS we want all of our children to enjoy healthy and fulfilling lives. We want our children to enjoy participating in physical activity, understanding its benefits whilst fulfilling their potential and developing exemplary sportsmanship.

We encourage participation through:


• Building the capabilities and competencies of our teachers to deliver high quality games and PE lessons to develop skills and fitness
• Developing a range of extra-curricular and lunchtime clubs around the school day including: football, netball, multi-skills, tennis, gymnastics.
• Taking opportunities across our curriculum for children to enjoy active and healthy activities
• Swimming is part of our curriculum across Key Stage 2
• Organising an annual Sports Days allowing all children the opportunity to participate and compete against other children

We also encourage high levels of participation in sports and competition through:


• Delivery of a high quality games and PE curriculum where children regularly have the chance to participate and compete against one another in a competitive sporting environment
• A range of sports competitions which include: cross country, football, rounders, tag rugby, cricket and athletics.
• Our children compete at all levels – intra-school and inter-school.
• We celebrate all our children's sporting achievements through newsletters and assemblies.

We have used our funding to buy-in the expertise of a high quality sports coach from Kick London. This has enabled teachers from Reception to Year 6 to improve their knowledge and expertise so that they can deliver excellent teaching and learning experiences to our children in future years.

 

The Department for Education’s vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium states that:

All pupils leaving primary school are physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport’

In Millbrook Primary School the sports premium funding of £18090 is being used to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport we offer.

 

2019 End of Key Stage Results at MPS

 

 

2019 End of Key Stage Results at MPS

*All data is provisional and subject to increase changes pending the dis-application process and release of the validated data at the end of 2019/beginning of 2020

 

Foundation stage

39% of our children reached a Good Level of Development

 

Year 1 Phonics

64% pass rate

 

Key Stage 1

Percentages of pupils reaching the expected standard

EXPECTED %

Milbrook

Herts

National (2019)

Reading

             67%

77%

75%

Writing

57%

71%

69%

Maths

67%

77%

76%

Combined

43%

66%

65%

 

 

Key Stage 2

Percentages of pupils reaching and exceeding the expected standard

 

Expected & Greater Depth (GD) %

Millbrook

National 

Reading

68%

73%

Reading GD

32%

27%

GPS

63%

78%

GPS GD

21%

36%

Writing

47%

78%

Writing GD

5%

20%

Maths

53%

79%

Maths GD

11%

27%

Combined

37%

65%

Combined GD

0%

11%

 

Key Stage Overall attainment and progress categories

 

Subject Areas

Attainment at Milbrook 2018

Attainment at Millbrook 2019

Expected standard reading

64%

68%

Greater depth reading

27%

32%

Expected standard writing

64%

47%

Greater depth writing

14%

5%

Expected standard mathematics

55%

53%

Greater depth mathematics

9%

11%

Expected standard GPS

64%

63%

Greater depth GPS

23%

21%

Expected standard reading, writing and mathematics

45%

37%

Greater depth standard reading, writing and mathematics

9%

0%

Average progress in reading

-8

+1.3

Average progress in writing

-11

-19

Average progress in mathematics

-16

-1.2

Average scaled score in reading

104.2

97.7

Average scaled score in mathematics

100

94.7

Average scaled score in GPS

105

97.5

 

Notes

Expected standard = scaled score of 100 or more.

Greater Depth standard = scaled score of 110 or more. (This is determined by the distribution of scores on the test and not pre-determined.)

Ofsted Parent View,

Please click for the link to Ofsted Parent View site to give your views on the school

Parent View gives you the chance to tell OFSTED what you think about Millbrook Primary School.

Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of our school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. OfSTED will use the information you provide when making decisions about which schools to inspect, and when.

By sharing your views, you’ll be helping Millbrook School to improve. You will also be able to see what other parents have said about Millbrook School. You can also use the website to see the views of all maintained schools in England.

Click on the icon to go to the Millbrook Primary School website section of Parent View

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