Values and Ethos
The Bliss Charity School aims to provide a caring, secure and enriching experience; each child is encouraged to develop strong personal, academic, physical and creative skills for lifelong learning.
2016 Key Stage 2 – 28 pupils in cohort,
Reading, writing & maths – 17/28 61% (national figure - 53%)
Average 'scaled score' for Reading - 105 Maths - 105
2016 Key Stage 1 – 30 pupils in cohort
|Number of pupils||23/30||22/30||23/30|
We have a page dedicated to Curriculum delivery. Please follow the link in the Key Weblinks panel for more information.
A downloadable copy of the Discipline policy is available on the side bar of the page.
Charging and Remissions policy
A downloadable copy this policy is available on the side bar of the page.
Prime Aims 2016
- To explore any barriers to success that may prevent the achievement of our boys compared to girls particularly at middle Key Stage 2 with the aim of reducing these particularly in reading and writing.
- To encourage more positive adult male role models for the children, through use of parents, grandparents and sporting links.
- Foster more links with schools of different faiths, learning about different cultures, particularly at Key Stage 1.
Please find our Equality Analysis, Engagement and Genral Information in the side bar or the page.
Sports Premium Funding Allocation
The purpose of the Primary PE and Sport Premium Grant is to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils. It is also to be used to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.
This use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium Grant at The Bliss Charity School fits in with the school’s vision of providing enriching experiences and developing physical skills.
Click here to read about the impact and sustainability of our funding in 2015-2016 and to find out about how we’re planning to improve outcomes in PE and school sport in 2016-2017 by spending our grant in four areas:
- Quality PE lessons - For all pupils to access high quality, active and well-resourced PE lessons throughout the school.
- Active playground - For the playground to be a safe, healthy environment full of adult-led and child-led physical activity.
- Intra-school sport - For all pupils to have regular opportunities to engage in competitive sporting activity with other pupils within our school in a range of activities.
- Inter-school sport - For as many pupils as possible to have regular opportunities for competitive sporting activity with pupils form other schools in a range of activities.
Click here for the Department of Education link to the Primary School’s Sports Funding page.
We have provided a page dedicated to our Governors. Please follow this link for details.
School policies are written and reviewed by school subject leaders and the senior management team. The policies are then reviewed by all staff, often at a staff meeting.
Policies are then reviewed by the governors on the Resources or Curriculum committee and consultation with parents (where appropriate). When everyone is agreed the policy is adopted by the Full Governing Body and signed by the Chair.
All school policies are regularly reviewed and updated as necessary. The school has a rolling program for review of policies.