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We are open for tours, please contact the office. For further information, see our admissions page.

Our After School Club runs everyday from 3.15pm until 6pm.

The club is supervised by members of staff from our school. The children receive healthy snacks and drinks and are involved in a range of exciting activities.

Pupils throughout the school have consistently good attitudes to learning and they work hard. They respect their teachers highly and say that learning is exciting.

Staff have responded positively to the much higher expectations and were quick to tell the inspector about their pride in working at Cogenhoe and about the successes they are achieving together.

Pupils wear their uniform with pride and are very supportive of each other.

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SCHOOL OFFICE
01604 890380

SCHOOL OFFICE
01604 890380

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REQUESTS FOR COPIES

Parents may request paper copies of the information and Policies/Reports shown on this website; these are provided free of charge.

CONTACT DETAILS

Headteachers: Mrs Charley Oldham and Mrs Sian Blackwell
Address: York Avenue, Cogenhoe, Northamptonshire. NN7 1NB
SENCO: MISS Emma Noble
School Office: [email protected]
Phone: 01604 890380
General Enquires: Mrs Claire Trolley / Mrs Jenna Kelly
Chair of governing body: Mrs Kate Coulson – [email protected]
The Nene Valley Partnership Multi Academy Trust www.nenevalleypartnership.com

ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS

Full details of our Admission arrangements and our Admissions Policy are available on our ‘Admissions’ page.

ATTENDANCE & PUNCTUALITY

Parents and Carers are directed to our Attendance and Punctuality Policy which is available on our School Policies page.

OFSTED

Our most recent Ofsted report can be found under our ‘Ofsted Information’ page.

SCHOOL PERFORMANCE INFORMATION

To view our data outcomes for 2023, please click on the link below:

2023 Data Outcomes

School Performance Tables
For further information about the performance of our school, please click on the links below – thank you.

DfE School Performance Tables

COMPARING OUR SCHOOL WITH OTHERS

To compare our school with others in the locality, please visit the DfE website using this link

SCHOOL CURRICULUM

A detailed description of our Curriculum information can be found under the ‘School Life’ tab.

READING AND PHONICS

From our Preschool onwards, phonics is taught using the the DfE accredited systematic synthetics phonics programme Essential Letters and Sounds (https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/essential-letters-and-sounds/). Once completed, the children move onto the support for spelling programme in Key Stage 2.

BEHAVIOUR INFORMATION

Our Policies and appendices related to Behaviour at our school can be found on our School Policies page.

PUPIL PREMIUM

Please see our School Policies page for a full report on our access to and use/benefits from the use of Pupil Premium.

SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING

The school’s statement related to Sports Premium funding is available on our School Policies Page.

SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS

Our Inclusion Policy can be found on our School Policies page and the Local Authorities Local Offer can be found on our SEN page.

SAFEGUARDING OF CHILDREN

The school’s Safeguarding Policy is available on our School Policies page.

CHARGING POLICY

The school’s Charging Policy is available on our School Policies page.

AIMS AND VALUES

The School is ours to share and we value the involvement and co-operation of all those who work towards our common aims – helping our children to reach their potential and achieve the very best possible; encouraging everyone to enjoy learning as a life skill and keeping our school community safe, healthy and happy.

Our School Values are explained on this page of our website.

DATA PROTECTION

The GDPR aim to strengthen the protection of personal data in light of significant technological changes since the original Data Protection directive in 1995.
We are working on ensuring our on-going compliance across the six data protection principles to ensure data within school is:

  • Processed fairly, lawfully and in a transparent manner.
  • Used for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes.
  • Used in a way that is adequate, relevant and limited.
  • Accurate and kept up to date.
  • Kept no longer than is necessary.
  • Processed in a manner that ensures appropriate security of the personal data.