Please find a presentation on KS1 and KS2 SAT's tests here.
E-Act has been working closely with the Education Funding Agency (EFA), Bristol City Council officers and the Planning department to facilitate the redevelopment of St Ursula’s Primary School.
We are delighted to be able to announce that an exciting milestone has recently been reached. The planning application was submitted at the beginning of February 2015 which can be viewed on the planning department’s website. A decision is expected in May 2015 with the proposed opening date for the new school in September 2016.
If planning permission is granted and the listed building is not required for any other education purpose, the council will seek the Department of Education's consent to put it to alternative use. Any change in use to the existing building would not take place until the new school has been completed and the pupils relocated.
Funding for this redevelopment has been allocated from the EFA’s Priority Building Schools Programme (PBSP), with additional funding from Bristol City Council for the parts of the project that the PSBP does not cover. This will provide a fit-for-purpose modern primary school that will help the city achieve the number of additional primary places projected in the Bristol School Organisation Strategy.
The proposed option is to build a new school behind the existing Grade II Listed building. Many locations on the site were considered and it was concluded that this option would deliver the best educational outcome, have the least impact on the playing fields and landscape, and enable the listed building to be re-used for an alternative purpose. It is anticipated that the pupils will remain in the current accommodation until the new build is complete and then move across.
No decision has been made regarding the future of the existing sports hall. The new school has been designed to provide sufficient space for the school to deliver their PE curriculum, as well as provide space for community use outside school hours.
Rights Respecting Schools
Well done to all the pupils and staff as we have completed Level 1 of the Rights Respecting Schools initiative. We are now working hard on achieving Level 2.
For further information please see here.
New Term Dates
Please find the term dates for the next academic year here.
During the 14th and 15th of January 2015 we entertained a group of inspectors from OFSTED who reported back on Friday the 23rd with their report. Here is a copy of the report.
Thank you to all Staff, Parents and Pupils.
You may have seen the posters or read the emails and facebook posts, but what is SCHOOP? SCHOOP is a school communication system that allows your childs teacher to communicate important information to you at any time of the day. If there are a new set of spellings that need to be learnt, or if there is a trip that their class or year group are going on, or if we need to communicate that the school needs to be closed due to severe weather this can all be communicated directly to your smart phone.
If you have an iPhone, iPad, Android phone or tablet
- On your iPhone or iPad click the App Store button
- On your Android phone or tablet click the Google Play button
- Search for Schoop and download the FREE app
- Run the app and follow the instructions
- Enter our Schoop ID 3801
- Add the years and groups relevant to you
- That’s it – you’re in the loop!
IT & Data Manager
Academy Improvement Plan
Please find the Academies Improvement Plan here.
St Ursula's a Rights Respecting School
St Ursula's is a UNICEF Rights Respecting School. Please take a look at our booklet to learn more.
Please find details of St. Ursula's Homework Policy here.