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Contact Details 

Headteacher: Miss Elizabeth Turner
Address:

Millbrook Primary & Nursery School

Bank Road, 
Stalybridge, 
SK15 3JX

Telephone:            01457 834314
Email Address: mail@millbrook.tameside.sch.uk
   
Office Staff:

Mrs J Hellar

Miss L Hodgkinson

Admission Arrangements

 

Applying for School


The application process is now all online and you must ensure that you apply on the Tameside Council website at www.tameside.gov.uk/schools/admissions .

 

Tameside Council will allocate school places according to their School Admissions Policy. This can be viewed on the Tameside Council website www.tameside.gov.uk/schools/admissions.

 

Applying for Nursery 


To apply for a place at Nursery, please call into school to complete an application form or download and print off a form from the link below and return it to the school. You must call into the school to show us your child's birth certificate. We follow Tameside's admission policy which can be viewed on the Tameside website.

Details of applications for 2017 can be found on the following page:

Key stage 2 Results at Millbrook Primary School for 2017

 

Attainment

Subject

School %

achieving

expected

standard

National %

achieving

expected

standard

School %

achieving

high/greater

depth standard

National %

achieving

high/greater

depth standard

Reading

76%

71%

28%

25%

Mathematics

66%

75%

7%

23%

Grammar,

punctuation and

spelling

79%

72%

14%

31%

Writing

83%

76%

7%

18%

Reading, writing

and mathematics

combined

55%

61%

3%

9%

 

Average scaled score in reading

104.1

Average scaled score in mathematics

101

Average scaled score in EGPS

104.1

 

Children needed to achieve a scaled score of 100 in the reading, mathematics and GPS tests to achieve the expected standard and a scaled score of 110+ to achieve the high standard.

The reading, writing and mathematics combined measure consisted of children achieving the 100+ scaled score in mathematics and reading and being teacher assessed at the expected standard for writing.

 

Progress

Individual pupil progress scores are calculated in comparison to other pupils nationally. For all mainstream pupils nationally, the average progress score was 0. A school progress score for individual subjects will be presented as positive and negative numbers either side of 0.

A score of 0 means pupils in this school, on average, do about as well at key stage 2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally. A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at key stage 2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally. A negative score does not mean that pupils did not make any progress between key stages 1 and 2. A negative score means that they made less progress than other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment.

 

The pupils’ average progress at Millbrook:

Reading = -1.1

Writing = -1.2

Mathematics = -4

 

Curriculum

 

Information about the subjects we teach can be found in our Curriculum section and on our class pages.

Behaviour Policy

 

Millbrook Behaviour Policy 2017

Complaints Policy

 

Millbrook Complaints Policy

Pupil Premium Grant

 

The Pupil Premium Grant is intended for pupils from familes on a low income to enable them to achieve at the same rate as their peers and reach their full potential.

 

The document below outlines the interventions available to pupils in receipt of the Pupil Premium Grant. The Pupil Premium Grant is also used to enable a wide range of curriculum enrichment activities and extra curriculum clubs. 

 

It is important to note that at Millbrook we are also acutely aware of our moral obligation to all pupils, their happiness and their attainment. Therefore, an average of 10% of pupils who participate in these interventions are not in receipt of the pupil premium grant but are selected through our detailed knowledge of our pupils’ needs and outstanding teacher assessment.

Sports Premium 2017-18

Sports Premium 2015-16

SEND Policies

 

SEND Policy

Accessibility Plan

SEND Information Report

SENCO

The SENCO is Mr Robert Kay.

Contact details:

Tel. 01457 834314

email: rob.kay@millbrook.tameside,sch.uk

Equality Objectives Statement

 

Click here to view our Equality Objectives Statement

Governor Information

 

Information about our governing body can be found in our Governors section.

 

Charging & Remissions Policy

 

Millbrook Charging Policy

Ethos and Values

 

Vision and aims

Millbrook Primary and Nursery School is a strong, caring community with a warm and friendly

atmosphere. It is our belief that children thrive in an environment where they are praised,

encouraged and cared for – this is what we endeavour to provide. It is our intention to ensure

that every child strives for their very best. We have an outstanding, dedicated team who are

very caring and committed to providing the very best education for our children, and we have

developed a broad, balanced and creative curriculum.

As a school, we believe in fostering strong and meaningful co-operation between home and

school – partnership is a key factor to ensuring success in school. If at any time you have

concerns or queries, please do not hesitate to contact the school or make an appointment to

see me. I look forward to welcoming you to our school.

 

Aims of our School

Everything we do at Millbrook Primary & Nursery School is designed so that our pupils reach their full potential as learners, individuals and citizens.

The outstanding teaching, Forest School, Allotment and close links with our community work together to create the self-assurance, skills and knowledge needed to thrive in an ever changing world.

Millbrook pupils are caring and can work together. They are also able to think critically, creatively and manage risk. This powerful combination emanates in excellent results and happy pupils.

 

Our Promise:

  • That all pupils will receive high quality and innovative teaching that supports and challenges them to achieve their best.
  • That parents and carers feel part of the school, are supported and know how to support their children.
  • That pupils leave our school equipped to be effective in which ever path they take in their work and relationships.

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