Admissions


If you are interested in securing a place at Shaftoe Trust Academy for your child, please contact us to make an individual appointment to visit. This will give you the opportunity to see our school in action, meet our staff and children, and ask any questions you might have. 


Nursery

If you wish to apply for a place for our Nursery, please contact the school office who can send you the appropriate forms and advise you on how the process works.

Reception or Transfers

The admissions to our school are managed by Northumberland County Council. The LA’s admissions policy and arrangements for applying for a place at the school either for your child to start at the beginning of Reception or at any other time are detailed on the county’s admissions website which is accessed by clicking the link below.

Admissions

Pupil Premium Allocation

Catchup Funding

PE & Sports Premium


Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2019 - 2020 is available here

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2020 - 2021 is available here

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2021 - 2022 is available here

Catchup Funding 2020 - 2021 can be found here

PE and Sports Premium plan 2020 -2021 can be found here

PE Sports Premium plan 2021 - 2022 can be found here

Governance


Shaftoe Trust Academy is part of Wise Academies. In addition to a Local Governing Body, a Board of Directors oversees the work of the Academy, and takes a close interest in its performance and provision.  Further details can be found here .

We are always keen to hear from parents/carers who would be interested in becoming a member of the Governing Body; please get in touch via the 'Contact Us' page if you're interested.

Our Governance information can be found over on the trust governance website here 

School Performance

Key Stage 2 Progress Score in Reading, Writing & Maths


Reading
Average -1.5
Writing
Well Above Average 6.5
Maths
Average 1.1

Key Stage 2 Attainment 2018 - 2019


Year 6 Pupils meeting Expected Standard in Reading, Writing and Maths

Year 6 Pupils achieving at a Higher Standard in Reading, Writing and Maths


School
64%
national Average
65%
School
14%
national average
11%

Year 6 Reading

Year 6 Writing

Year 6 Maths


school expected +
64%
National expected +
73%
School Higher Standard
29%
National Higher Standard
27%
school expected +
100%
national expected +
78%
School Higher Standard
57%
National Higher Standard
20%
school expected +
86%
National expected +
79%
School Higher Standard
29%
National Higher Standard
27%

Key Stage 1 Attainment


Year 2 Reading

Year 2 Writing

Year 2 Maths


school expected +
84%
National expected +
75%
School Higher Standard
37%
National Higher Standard
25%
school expected +
79%
national expected +
69%
School Higher Standard
26%
National Higher Standard
15%
school expected +
84%
National expected +
76%
School Higher Standard
32%
National Higher Standard
22%

Year 1 & Early Years


Phonics

Good Level of Development

School Expected Standard
100%
National Expected Standard
82%
School expected standard
83%
national expected standard
72%

You can view the schools recent performance data here

WISE Policies

School Specific