Blackfield Primary School

Statutory Information

On this page you will find quick links to statutory information for your reference.

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium Grant is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement. These include children who are (or have been at any point in the previous 6 years) entitled to free school meals, those looked after by the local authority and those children either adopted or placed under a special guardianship order. All schools are required to report on the amount of funding received, how this is being used and what the impact of the interventions have been. The priority areas for spending are detailed in the below PDF link but these are by no means exhaustive, with funding also applied in supporting specific individuals requiring a bespoke plan. The details are accounted for within the Pupil Premium Financial Accounting System.

Pupil Premium Strategy StatementPupil Premium Strategy Statement 2021 - 2022

Pupil Premium Offer 2020-2021

Pupil Premium review 2019-2020

Covid-19 Catch-up Premium

In 2020 the government announced additional funding of £80 per pupil for the 2020-2021 academic year to support children and young people to catch up lost time after the school closure in first national lockdown. This funding is especially important for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged backgrounds. Using the research from the Education Endowment Foundation we have produced our strategy to using the additional funding to have the most impact on our children. Please see the below PDF attachments to see strategy in detail.

Catch-up Premium

Three Tiered Approach to Targeted Support

PE and Sport Premium

In 2017 the government reviewed the PE and Sport Premium spend and allocated all schools (with 17 or more pupils) £16,000, plus an additional £10 per pupil. At Blackfield Primary we believe that sport and more pertinently, participation in sport, supports the development of all of our children not physically, but mentally and socially. Please see the below PDF documents to see how we have reviewed last year's spending and plan to spend the funding this year.

Sports Premium Review 2020-2021

Sports Premium Offer 2021-2022

Each year the school needs to share how many of our Year 6 children have passed the 25m swimming assessment. In the academic year 2018-2019 93% of children in year 6 were able to swim at least 25m. Unfortunately due to the school closure in 2019-2020, there is no swimming assessment data for that cohort.


Please click the below link for the latest Ofsted report which judges Blackfield Primary School as Good school.

Latest Ofsted Report

School Performance Tables

Here you can find the most recent data for school performance in the national assessments for the end of KS2. You can also find comparisons to national average performance, but there is no comparison for schools who have a similar context. If you would like to speak to a school leader to explain school and national data please contact the admin office

School Performance Tables

Below is the last Key Stage 2 results for Blackfield Primary School. Due to the school closure in the summer of 2020, there is no data available.

Key Stage 2 Results 2019
Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics combined. 58%
Percentage of pupils who achieved a higher standard in reading, writing and mathematics. 6%
Average progress that pupils have made in reading between KS1 and KS2. - 1.08
Average progress that pupils have made in writing between KS1 and KS2. - 0.36
Average progress that pupils have made in mathematics between KS1 and KS2. - 0.87
Average score in the Reading test 103.7
Average score in the Mathematics test.



SEND Information Report

The intention of the SEND Information Report is to improve choice and transparency for families. It will also be an important resource for professionals and will inform the joint commissioning for children and young people with SEND by setting out in a single place what is available locally.

The SEND Information Report must work together with children and young people, parent/carers and with local services, including the voluntary and community sector, to develop their offer and keep it under review.

The SEND Information Report includes information about the provision the local authority expects to be available in its own area for children and young people with SEND and outside of its area for the children and young people for whom it is responsible.

Please click here to find the school's Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Report

Equality Objectives

The Inspire Learning Partnership is an inclusive trust where we focus on the wellbeing and progress of every child and where all members of our community are of equal worth. We believe that the Equality Act provides a framework to support our commitment to valuing diversity, tackling discrimination, promoting equality of opportunity and fostering good relationships between people. It also ensures that we continue to tackle issues of disadvantage and underachievement of different groups. 

Please click here to find the Equal Opportunities Policy.

Anti-Racist Statement

At Inspire Learning Partnership we fully support everyone’s right to be safe, valued and accepted as equals in society. We are committed to confronting systemic racism whenever and wherever it occurs in our schools. The Trust will never discriminate against a pupil or prospective pupil by treating them less favourably because of their sex, race, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment and/or pregnancy or maternity. We also celebrate the courage, commitment, and resilience of our children whose voices we will amplify so as to ensure that young people of colour—along with their families, and our staff—feel valued and safe in our schools.

Please click here to find the Anti-Racist Statement