Stanville Primary School

Stanville Road, Birmingham, UK, B26 3YN

  • Type of Institution

    Type of Institution Primary School

  • Age Range

    Age Range 3 - 11 Years

  • Religious Character

    Religious Character None ?

  • Number of Places

    School Capacity 241

  • Number of Staff

    Number of Staff 39

  • Ofsted Rating

    Ofsted Rating Good

Overview

Headteacher Mr Andy Runacres, Headteacher
Educational Stages Early Years Education / Reception (3 - 5 yrs)
Primary / Infants (5 - 7 yrs)
Primary / Juniors (7 - 11 yrs)
Legal Status Community School
Local Authority Name Birmingham
Parliamentary Constituency Birmingham, Yardley
Urban or Rural Setting Urban major conurbation
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Admissions

  • Oversubscription Status Oversubscribed
  • Ratio of Places to Applications 1:3.03
  • Cut-off Distance 1199 metres
  1. Children in care or children who were previously looked after children.
  2. Children who at the time of the admission have a sibling who attends the school.
  3. Denominational claims (in the case of voluntary
    controlled Church of England primary schools).
  4. Children who live nearest the school.

Attending a linked school / nursery Notes

  • A place in the Nursery Class does not guarantee a place in the Reception Class.

Distance from School / Catchment Notes

  • Distances are calculated on the basis of a straight-line measurement from the front door of the applicant's home address and the front gate/main entrance of the school.

Special Education Needs (SEN) Notes

  • A child (or a parent) with a statement of Medical, Social or Special Educational Needs, or Education and Health Care Plan is required to be admitted to the school that is named in the statement. The needs must be fully supported by written evidence from a relevant professional.

Oversubscription and selection

  • Where the number of applications is greater than the published admission number, all applications will be ranked using the over-subscription criteria.

How to make in-year application

  • Applications made outside the normal admission round (in-year admissions) must be made directly to the school(s) concerned. The local authority will provide an in-year application form for parents to complete. You may also be required to complete an additional information form provided by the school.

Applying to Reception Class

  • An application must be made online at https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/info/20119/school_admissions. Or by using the local authority preference form.

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  • Admissions data has been collected through information published by the Council.
  • There is no guarantee that the same admission patterns and ‘cut off’ distances will apply for the next year's intake.
  • Please always check admissions/oversubscription criteria with the school for most up-to-date and exact wording of admissions/oversubscription criteria.
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Ofsted

  • Latest Ofsted Rating Good
  • Latest Inspection Date 22/01/2014
  • Latest Ofsted Report View Report
  • This is a good school.
  • The Nursery and Reception classes are well managed and children make good progress from very low starting points. Attainment is rising in all subjects in Key Stages 1 and 2 due to the rapid progress of all groups of pupils.
  • Teaching is now typically good with some that is outstanding. This is leading to higher achievement.
  • Leaders track pupils’ achievement closely and ensure that if they require additional support in order to improve their learning, this is provided as quickly as possible.
  • Attendance is above average because pupils enjoy coming to school.
  • Pupils behave exceptionally well, feel safe and are very proud of their school.
  • Leaders and governors have an accurate view of the school’s strengths and areas to be developed further. This enables them to continue to improve teaching and pupils’ achievement.
  • Parents and carers are very positive about the school and praise the staff’s commitment to their children. It is not yet an outstanding school because
  • Not enough teaching is outstanding. Work does not always challenge pupils at the right level. This means that occasionally it is too hard for some or too easy for others.
  • Work is well marked but not all teachers make sure that pupils do not repeat mistakes, so that the quality of their work improves.
Inspection Date 16/10/2008 10/05/2012 22/01/2014
Overall Ofsted Inspection Rating Good Requires Improvement Good
Achievment of Pupils Good Requires Improvement Good
Quality of Teaching Good Requires Improvement Good
Behaviour and Safety of Pupils Outstanding Requires Improvement Outstanding
Effectiveness of Leadership and Management Good Requires Improvement Good
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Pupil and Staff Information

Number of Pupils
250
Percentage of Girls
46.80%
Percentage of Boys
53.20%
Percentage of SEN Pupils
0.40%
Percentage of Pupils with English not as a first language
23.60%
Percentage of Pupils Eligible for Free School Meals
25.30%
Number of Teachers
17
Number of Teaching Assistants
17
Number of Support Staff
5
Pupil to Teacher Ratio
17.50:1
Average Salary
£0

Primary Level Performance

45%

This means that this school's performance is lower than the national and local averages.

0%

This school's performance data is unavailable.

101

This means that this school's performance is above than the national and local averages.

103

This means that this school's performance is above than the national and local averages.

Around the area

Stanville Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B26 3YN

Opening Hours

  • Monday - Friday 08:55 - 15:20
  • Term Dates

  • Autumn Term 03/09/2019-19/12/2019
  • Half Term 28/10/2019-01/11/2019
  • Spring Term 07/01/2020-03/04/2020
  • Half Term 17/02/2020-21/02/2020
  • Summer Term 21/04/2020-17/07/2020
  • Half Term 25/05/2020-29/05/2020
  • Teacher Development Dates

  • Mon
    September
    02
  • Fri
    December
    20
  • Mon
    January
    06
  • Mon
    April
    20
  • Mon
    July
    20

Before School Care

  • Care Provider Wrap Around Club
  • Number of Places 20
  • Cost 6.00 per session
  • Opening times 07:30-08:55
  • Includes:
    • Healthy Meal
    • Adult led Activities
    • Child led Activities
    • Fruit
    • Computer / Devices for Learning
    • Indoor Play and Outdoor Play
    • Cater for Pupils with SEN attending the Institution

After School Care

  • Care Provider 20
  • Number of Places Cost 6.00 per session
  • Opening times 15:20-17:00
  • Includes:
    • Adult led Activities
    • Child led Activities
    • Fruit
    • Computer / Devices for Learning
    • Indoor Play and Outdoor Play
    • Cater for Pupils with SEN attending the Institution

Food

  • Breakfast Available at a cost
    Price: /Per Week

  • Lunch Free to all infants

    Available at a cost
    Price: 11.75 /Per Week

  • Snacks Fresh fruit is provided as a snack for infants

    Fresh fruit is provided as a snack for juniours

    Fresh Water is available to all pupils throughout the day

  • Food Preparation food is pre-prepared, brought in bulk from an established catering company and ready to serve to pupils

    Vegetraian food is provided
    Special dietary requirements are catered for

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