Wilmington Primary School, Common Lane, Wilmington, DA2 7DF
01322 274080

School Governance

Local Governing Body

Wilmington Primary School is part of Endeavour MAT. For more information about Endeavour MAT, click here

Within Endeavour MAT, the role of the Local Governing Body is to oversee the direction and policies of the school, to monitor its standards and be responsible to the Trust Board of Endeavour MAT for its conduct and performance.

Governors have different backgrounds, providing different perspectives, but having a common interest in helping the school build on its strengths.  All the Governors have a deep commitment to the continued success of the school, ensuring that our students achieve their full potential, within a caring, harmonious, and supportive environment.

Becoming a Governor is a rewarding way to make a real contribution to the development of our children. Governors attend four meetings of the Local Governing Body in each school year as well as visiting the school to meet with staff, sit-in on lessons and talk with the children, and attend other school events.

Sarvin Hassani is Chair of the LGB at Wilmington Primary School. To contact Sarvin Hassani, please email [email protected] marking your message for her attention.

Governor

Term of Office

Appointed By

Charlotte Scott (Headteacher)

-

Ex-Officio


Joanne Coe

01.09.2022 - 12.07.2026

Trustees

Narinder Badesha

01.09.2022 - 27.01.2025

Trustees

Gaynor Griffin

01.09.2022 - 16.05.2026

Staff

Sarvin Hassani

24.11.2022 - 23.11.2025

Parents

Rob Crayford

08.01.2024 - 07.01.2027

Trustees

Sujata Nemani

23.05.2024 - 23.06.2027

Trustees

Governor

Responsibility

Sarvin & Sujata

Safeguarding, child protection and online safety

Rob & Gaynor

Inclusion: SEND, Pupil Premium,Sports Premium

Narinder & Rob

Finance

Narinder & Rob

Health and Safety 

Sarvin

Reading for pleasure

Sarvin

Writing across the curriculum

Jo & Sujata

Foundation subject assessment

Jo & Sujata

Subject leadership (including Subject review & Pedagogy)

Historic

Stepped Down

Gordon Raggett

19.04.2024

Dan Debuc

03.05.2023

Lisa Greenleaf

27.03.2023

Alistair McEwen

08.11.2022

Scheme of Delegation

Local Governing Body - Terms of Reference

Local Governing Body - Standing Orders

WPS Governor Attendance 2022-23

WPS Governor Register of Buisness Interests 2023-24

Funding and Finance Documents

Please follow the links for information about additional funding received by Wilmington Primary School and for other finance documents.
For more information on whether your child might be eligible for Free School Meals please click here

Funding Agreement

Annual Report and Financial Statement 2019-2020

Annual Report and Financial Statement 2020-2021

Final Accounts 2021-2022

Sports Premium 2023-2024

PP Report 2023-2024

Policies

Safeguarding
If you have any concerns regarding a child please message the school office at [email protected] and ask for a Safeguarding Lead to get in contact.
The Designated Safeguarding Lead is Charlotte Scott (HT) with Laura Bell (DHT) and Sarsa Moore (DHT) as Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads. If you are concerned about a child who may be in danger and the school is not open and you cannot make contact with a member of the senior team or the DSL, you can contact social services for support using the following methods:
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 03000 411 111
You call also report concerns via the NSPCC on 08088005000 or [email protected]

Policy Name

Download

Accessibility Plan

Admissions Policy 2023-2024


Admissions Policy 2024-2025

Admissions Policy 2025-2026

Anti-bullying Policy

Attendance Policy

Charging and Remissions Schedule

Early Years Policy

Looked After Children (LAC) Policy

Relationships and Sex Education Policy

Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy

Safeguarding Information

SEN policy

Supporting Pupils with Medical Needs

SEN Information Report

AUP - Children

Online Safety

Behaviour Policy

Policy Name

Download

EMAT Charging and Remissions Policy

EMAT Complaints Policy

EMAT Data Protection Policy

EMAT Data Retention Policy

EMAT Educational Visits Policy

EMAT Freedom of Information Policy

EMAT Health and Safety Policy

EMAT ICT and Internet Acceptable Use Policy

EMAT Pupil and Parent Privacy Policy

EMAT Suspensions and Permanent Exclusions Policy

EMAT Trustee and Governor Expenses Policy

EMAT Whistleblowing Policy

OFSTED

Wilmington Primary School is a good school

To view a copy of the most recent OFSTED report please click below.

Ofsted Report – June 2019

The headteacher has taken effective action to improve the quality of teaching following a dip in outcomes.

OFSTED

June 2019

Leaders have used training effectively to develop a skilled staff team that is committed to every pupil achieving their best

OFSTED

June 2019

Teachers plan and deliver lively, interesting and engaging lessons that result in good outcomes for pupils.

OFSTED

June 2019

The curriculum provides pupils with a range of interesting and meaningful learning opportunities across a wide range of subjects.

OFSTED

June 2019

Pupils have a good understanding of diversity and the different cultures and faiths within the United Kingdom. One pupil explained, ‘We don’t mind what people look like here, we can be friends with anyone.

OFSTED

June 2019

The majority of parents would recommend the school and are supportive of the changes made by the headteacher.

OFSTED

June 2019

Governors provide robust challenge and support to the school. They have recently reviewed their skills and structure and sought external support to help accomplish this.

OFSTED

June 2019

Pupils said that they feel safe in school and always have someone to talk to if they have any concerns or worries.

OFSTED

June 2019

There is a strong level of consistency in the teaching of English and mathematics across the school. This results in pupils making good progress over time.

OFSTED

June 2019

Results

Early Years – Good Level of Development 2023

Wilmington Primary School

National Average

78%

67%

Phonic Check Results 2023

Year 1

Wilmington Primary School

National Average

86%

79%

Year 2

Wilmington Primary School

National Average

93%

89%

KS1 SATs Results 2023

Children achieving expected standard or above:

Reading

Writing

Maths

Wilmington Primary School

80

77

80

National

68

60

70

Children achieving greater depth or above:

Reading

Writing

Maths

Wilmington Primary School

20

20

23

National

19

8

16

KS2 SATs Results 2023

Children achieving expected standard or above:

Reading

Writing

Maths

GPS

Combined

Wilmington Primary School

80

77

80

75

66

National

68

60

70

72

59

Children achieving greater depth or above:

Reading

Writing

Maths

GPS

Combined

Wilmington Primary School

28

25

38

38

22

National

29

13

24

30

8

Average progress:

Reading

Writing

Maths

Wilmington Primary School

-1.8

1.6

0.2

Averaged scaled scores:

Reading

Maths

Wilmington Primary School

104

105

National

105

104

School Performance Tables