Ofsted Report

Parents may access the most recent report about Beam County Primary School, published by Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills on the Ofsted website.  Please click here to access this information.

Every year the Government publishes school results on the School’s performance services website, press here to read the school’s results. 

Admission Arrangements

This information can be found in the local authority’s composite prospectus which is published on their website. Please click here to access this information.


Child Safeguarding 

Our Safeguarding Lead is Mr Anderson – any concerns regarding a child’s safety or welfare should be directed to him.  In addition, Mrs. McKenzie is our Child Protection and Safeguarding Support CAF lead.

Child Safeguarding is at the forefront of all we do, accordingly all our staff are reminded of the very clear and high expectations placed upon them as professionals working with young people.

All members of staff are recognisable by their identity badge. Any visitors to the school must sign in and wear a Visitor’s Badge.


Online E-Safety is a priority both in and out of school. The links on our dedicated page are intended to help parents and carers fully understand the nature of the online world, the benefits and the risks.  Please press here to be redirected.

Pupil Premium Strategy

The pupil premium is a grant given to schools to close the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers.  The funding is allocated to most effectively target additional support where it is needed most.

Beam County Primary school received an award for the London Mayor’s Schools for Success Programme.  The award is a tribute to the excellent work of our teachers in ensuring that all our pupils made excellent progress, particularly our low-achieving students.  We also provide a platform for other schools to learn from us.  For further information please press on this link 

The grant is allocated in line with the financial year, which begins in April. Allocations are based on data from the previous January census. If an eligible pupil joins after this census, the school will not receive their allocation until the following year.

For the previous financial year (2016 – 2017) – Amount received = £217,806

Pupil Premium for 2016-17 Details Actual spend to date
Booster support 36717.54
Small Group session (English and Maths) 36518
11+ Support (level 6 tutoring) 4500
Small group session behaviour language and reading 5000
Small group session behaviour language, reading writing and maths 8000
Small group session in Maths and English 15400
Reading project 6000
one to one support 33845.46
Targeted support for EYFS pupils 10725
TA Support in EYFS 13600
Phase group leaders release time 13000
ICT Support 10000
Resources 5000
Drama and Arts 6000
Trips 6000
Theatre and shows 2000
Uniforms 2500
Milk provision 3000
Total Pupil Premium Grant 217806

The Impact of the PP Grant

We monitor the allocation of the grant on an ongoing basis.  Information is provided to Governors at interim points throughout the year.

CLA data is not currently available, for pupil premium children.  This information will be included in the next release on the gov.uk website.

  • The KS1 results show that
  • The KS2 results show that
  • Furthermore, pupils were given opportunities to access tuition and experiences within and beyond the life of school.

PP Provision Map2017 to 2018 Overview – Amount received = £188,760

How we will spend the funding to overcome the barriers.

To accelerate the progress of pupil premium children, and also those behind expected levels of progress, amongst other strategies, an additional teacher will provide in-class support and intervention programmes; additional TA provision in each classroom will lead the interventions throughout the school and to provide specific in class support for small groups/ individuals, Details of the provision is available by clicking here.

How we will measure the impact of the funding.

We use both internal and external data to measure the impact of the Pupil Premium Grant on our pupils’ learning. We will review the effectiveness of the interventions we are using and adapt them to meet need when and where required. Further details are contained in the PP Provision map.

2016 - 2017 Attainment for Disadvantaged Pupils


2016 - 2017 Average Progress for Disadvantaged Pupils


The information above demonstrates that our disadvantaged pupils in KS2 have made more progress between key stage 1 and key stage 2 than other pupils nationally with similar starting points.

PE and Sports Funding


Our additional Sports Funding is used alongside our main funding both to bring in sports expertise into the curriculum and beyond, and to support our training.

The total anticipated amount allocated to the school for the year 2018 to 2019 is £20,624

How will the money be spent on sport this academic year?

The impact of the expenditure.

Children learn different sports during the course of the year and are able to extend their skills through after school clubs and tournaments with local schools. In addition, more children are involved and participating in more sporting activities.  To continue to achieve at a high level in sporting events.


For a more comprehensive list of our policies, please click here.

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