Broughton-in-Amounderness Church of England Primary School is a voluntary aided primary school in the Parish of St John the Baptist Broughton, in the Diocese of Blackburn. It is administered by the Local Authority and caters for children aged 4 to 11 Years. Its voluntary aided status means that a majority of Governors are appointed by the Blackburn Diocesan Education Council, the PCC of the Parish and the Trustees of the school.
The school has a standard admission of 35 children per year.
In September 2018, the school admitted 45 children. The standard admission number remains 35 for all other years and for September 2019.
Ash - 23 children
Beech - 22 children
Key Stage 1
Elm - Year 1 - 25 children
Oak - Years 1 and 2 - 20 children
Yew - Year 2 - 25 children
Key Stage 2
Year 3 - 35 children
Year 4 - 35 children
Year 5 - 36 children
Year 6 - 35 children
Further information can be found on this web page: Information for Parents
Special Educational Need and Disabilty (SEND)|
The current SEND Policy covering the new SEN Code of Practice, along with the School's Local Offer and the SEN Information Report, are available below in Portable Document Format (PDF) for which a free reader is available here. The school's SENCO is Caroline Lowcock and she can be contacted through the school office, 01772 862788, or at email@example.com.
Phonics and Reading Schemes|
Children in nursery and reception learn phonics from entry into school using the 'Letters and Sounds' document. As children progress through Key Stage 1, if they need extra support for phonics, we use Jolly Phonics or Letterland depending on the child's needs and learning style.
Our reading scheme is categorised using book bands. We use a wide range of reading schemes including Oxford Reading Tree, Ginn All Aboard, Cambridge Reading and Orion Early Readers. We have recently supplmented the reading scheme, through an £8000 investment from parent donations, with a vast amount of 'real' books so that the children have a greater variety of reading material.
Latest Performance Tables|
Thirty three children out of the current thirty five on roll in Year 6 met the requirements for the end of key stage 2 swimming. This includes the ability to: