Coltishall Primary School

Phone Number:

01603 737481

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St Johns Close
Coltishall
Norwich

 NR12 7HA
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MAJOR DATES

AUTUMN TERM 2010

Wednesday 1st September    Staff Development Day 1
Thursday 2nd September       Staff Development Day 2
Friday 3rd September               Staff Development Day 3

Monday 6th September        First half of Autumn term – pupils return
Friday 22nd October             First half of Autumn term – end

Monday 1st November        Second half of Autumn term – pupils return
Friday 17th December         Second half of Autumn term – end

SPRING TERM 2011

Tuesday 4th January 2011        Staff Development Day 4

Wednesday 5th January         First half of Spring term – pupils return
Friday 18th February                Second half of Spring term – end

Monday 28th February        Second half of Spring term – pupils return
Friday 8th April                     Second half of Spring term – end

Monday 25th April            Bank Holiday

SUMMER TERM 2011

Tuesday 26th April            First half of Summer term – pupils return
Monday 2nd April               Bank holiday
Friday 27th May                  First half of Summer term – end

Monday 6th June               Second half of Summer term – pupils return
Thursday 30th June          Staff Development Day 5
Royal Norfolk Show
Friday 22nd July                  Second Half of Summer term – end

A full calendar of term dates can be found on the Norfolk website: www.norfolk.gov.uk


Coltishall Primary School National League Table  Results

A B C D E F G H I J K
Coltishall Primary 29 72 72 93 79 69 93 86 98.3 0 1
A The number of pupils on roll eligible for the key stage two tests
B The percentage of pupils achieving the target level four in the English test
C The percentage of pupils achieving the target level four in the maths test
D The percentage of pupils achieving the target level four in English and maths in 2008
E The percentage of pupils achieving the target level four in English and maths in 2009
F The percentage of pupils achieving the target level four in English and maths in 2010
G The percentage of pupils achieving the target level four in English teacher assessments in 2010
H The percentage of pupils achieving the target level four in maths teacher assessments in 2010
I The school's contextual value-added score at the end of key stage two (age 11)
J   The percentage of sessions missed through unauthorised
absence
K The percentage of pupils classed as persistent absentees




Ofsted Report Key Points
  • Pupils of all Abilities are Challenged
  • Excellentt relationships between children and adults leading to outstanding behavior
  • The school has clear and positive ethos
  • Pupils throughout the school make good progress
  • Spiritual,moral, social and cultural progress is outstanding
  • Pupils are well prepared for their next step in education
  • Pupils show high levels of consideration to each other
  • Parents are very supportive
  • The school council is a strong group of pupils [and] has a positive influence on the work of the school
  • The 'Buddy Groups' are an excellent way to settle newcomers into the school
  • Leadership and management is good
  • The extent to which the pupils adopt a healthy lifestyle is outstanding
  • Improvement since the last inspection is good
  • Pupils' behavior is exemplary
  • The school is well lead and managed
  • There is always an adult to talk to
  • Children's personal development is excellent
  • Arrangements for looking after, and caring,for pupils is exemplary
  • Pastoral care is outstanding