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Nascot Wood
Junior School

Statutory Information

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Contact details

Nascot Wood Junior School

Headteacher: Mrs Christina Singh

Nascot Wood Road, Watford, HERTS, WD17 4YS
tel: 01923 238 784   |   email: Admin@nascotwoodjm.herts.sch.uk

Enquiries and queries

For any enquiries, please contact Mrs Baxter, our Office Manager or Miss Teer, our Administrative Assistant, on the above telephone number.

The phone is answered between the hours of 8am and 4pm. If you need to contact the school outside these hours, please leave a voice mail message which will be listened to at the earliest opportunity.

Alternatively please email the school office: admin@nascotwoodjm.herts.sch.uk  

Safeguarding

The Designated Senior Person (DSP) who is responsible for safeguarding in the school is the Headteacher, Christina Singh.

The Deputy Designated Senior Person (DDSP) who is responsible for safeguarding in the school in the absence of the DSP is the Deputy Headteacher, Simon Watts.

Please follow this link to find the school's safeguarding policy.

Absences

To report an absence please telephone: 01923 238784 and select option 1.

SEND

The school's SENDCo is Mrs Avril Agnew, and she can be contacted on the above telephone number or email address.

GDPR

For enquiries regarding GDPR, please email: Patrick Aikman – patrick@schoolDPOservice.com
www.schooldposervice.co.uk

 

Admission Arrangements

All admissions are handled by Hertfordshire County Council. Please click the link below to visit their site to find out about the admission process: 

 

School Uniform

Please follow this link to find information about School Uniform at Nascot Wood Junior School.

 

Ofsted reports

Please click the below link to see our most recent Ofsted report

 

Key stage 2 (end of primary school) results

The government will not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. They have archived data from the 2018 to 2019 academic year because they recognise that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.

Please click the link below to find the following information for 2019:

  • the expected standard or above, in reading, writing and mathematics
  • the average progress in reading, writing and mathematics
  • the average scaled score in reading and mathematics
  • a high level of attainment in reading, writing and mathematics

 

Performance measures website

Please click the link below to visit the school and college performance tables service

 

School opening hours

The school day begins at 8.50 am (gates open at 8.30 am), with registration and ends at 3.20 pm. During the day, the children have a 15-minute break at 10.30 am and an hour for lunch from 12 noon.  This school week is 32.5 hours long.

 

Curriculum

Please click the link below to find information about the curriculm in our school

 

Remote education

Please follow this link to our remote eduction offer.

 

Behaviour

Please click the link below to view the school's behaviour policy

 

Pupil Premium

Please click the below link to find information about pupil premium

 

PE and sport premium for primary schools

Please follow the link below to find information about PE and sport premium for primary schools 

 

Public sector equality duty

Our aim is to create a school workforce and community that is diverse, promotes positivity, and instils a can-do attitude in everyone, no matter their background or characteristics.

Our school has created a culture that does not discriminate on the grounds of any of the nine protected characteristics, and will not be biassed or have reservations based on them; we are opposed to all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination.

The nine protected characteristics are:

Age, Disability, Gender, Sexual orientation, Race, Religion or belief, Gender reassignment, Marriage or civil partnership, Pregnancy and maternity

We aim to create an environment that is free of discrimination and prejudice, where everyone will be treated fairly, with respect, and will be given equal opportunity in every aspect of their working role.

When selecting for employment, promotion, training, or anything of this nature, it will be based on the individual’s own merits. Their aptitude and ability will determine their suitability for the role; it will not be affected by any of the protected characteristics.

Disciplinary action will be taken against those that breach our policy.

This equality policy is active and will be monitored and reviewed annually.

 

Special educational needs (SEN) and disability information

SENCo: Avril Agnew B.Mus (Hons) PGCE

admin@nascotwoodjm.herts.sch.uk

Please follow the link below to find information about Special educational needs and disability (SEND)

 

Complaints procedure

Please follow the below link to the school based complaints procedure


Governors' information and duties

Please follow the link below to find information about Governors' information and duties

 

Financial Information

 

 

 

 

Charging and remissions policies

Please follow the link below to view the charging and remissions policy

 

Values and Ethos

 

Requests for paper copies

If you need a paper copy of any of the documents held on our website, we will provide this for you free of charge. Please contact the school office if you wish to request a paper copy of a document.