Litcham statutory information
This is additional funding given to state schools in England to raise achievement levels of pupils from low income families. Please follow link for more information and to view the achievement of our students Pupil Premium Policy 2018 to 2019
Children may start school during the year in which they become five. All children will be offered a full time place from September but parents may defer their admission or request a part time place providing the child is in full time education by the term after their fifth birthday and by the beginning of the summer term at the latest…
Sections 157 and 175 of the Education Act 2002 place a statutory duty on governing bodies of maintained schools and proprietors of independent schools, free schools and academies to have arrangements in place to ensure that they safeguard and promote the welfare of children…
You can also read the Keeping_children_safe_in_education document where are guidelines are derived from.
PE Sport Grant
The Government is providing additional funding to Primary schools to improve physical education (PE). This funding is split over 3 financial years…
Litcham School is an equal opportunities school and as part of the Litcham Learning Community of schools is committed to addressing the individual needs of all learners to ensure they achieve to their fullest, enjoy their time at school and are fully included in the school community…
SEN Local Offer
This Litcham School Local Offer (SEN information report) is also part of the Norfolk Local Offer for learners with SEN.
Levels of behaviour, interventions and referral routes for Litcham School…
Anti Bullying Policy
The aim of our anti bulling policy is to make Litcham an all inclusive, supporting and caring environment for all our pupils.
Legislation allows schools to charge for certain activities, which take place both inside and outside school hours…
School Ethos and Values
Our aims are rooted in our values and aspirations. We are committed to helping every young person achieve his or her potential by providing the very best all-round education that we possibly can. This means that we seek to provide expert teaching, alongside a broad range of opportunities and experiences, both inside and outside the classroom, within a stimulating, friendly and hard-working environment.
We aim to prepare our students for the challenges and opportunities of the next phase of their lives, by enabling them to make sensible, informed decisions, in order to take their place as active members of society. All are encouraged to achieve their full potential in the different aspects of school life and to develop moral and spiritual values and an unprejudiced view of other races, religions and cultures.
We are a community where:
- all students are valued equally
- we have the highest expectations for every child
- we emphasise hard work, care, consideration and courtesy
- effort and achievement are celebrated
- all we do is based on mutual trust and respect
You can view our performance table here.
Our Ofsted Report can be viewed here.