Recent Achievements and Forward Plans
Our most recent inspections
We achieved success in our most recent OFSTED Inspection (2014) when our school was given an 'Outstanding' grading.
In 2015, the school also received a SIAMS Church of England 'Outstanding' rating for its Christian Distinctiveness.
New Initiatives for 2014-2015
* Bosbury CE Primary School has become a Global Expert Centre. We have a lead teacher who runs Global training for our school and other schools in the local area.
* Consultants are supporting the school with work on E- safety and computer programming.
* A new curriculum which aspires to equip future generations to live as successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens. We provide real life experiences frequently.
* Ethos, Arts and School Council are active making decisions. The Ethos council is joined by the Vicar and Governor responsible for Christian Distinctiveness.
* Dedicated weeks to science and the Arts.
* Global days half termly looking and reflecting on the world around us.
* Regular art work in our art gallery.
* We have been awarded a Silver accolade for our sports achievements.
* We have been awarded Gold Arts Mark for our arts, drama, music and dance.
* Herefordshire Arts College has strong links with the school. We have had two artists in residence working with the school in the last year.
* Spanish is being taught throughout the school to every child by our Spanish teacher. * Language leaders from John Masefields High School will be supporting the school with Spanish workshops.
* Philosophy for children is running throughout the school.
* FOBS our parent volunteers are raising money for new playground equipment.
* School Council have decided this year that the children will fundraise for Toilet Twinning.
* Strong links with Birmingham and Worcester teaching colleges. A number of trainee teachers have successfully completed their placements at Bosbury this year.
* For the second year we are organising a Herefordshire and Worcestershire Inter School Debating competition. Many schools take part.
* After School clubs are running and change termly.
* Albion Sports coaches teach all children throughout the week.
* FA football coach is running a girls football team and training KS2 children.
* A specialist music teacher teaches all children and runs a drumming club and choir.
* Over 80% of our children attend after school clubs and the choice is huge – 12 this term!
* Lunch time clubs are running and include: football, games, chess, gardening, debating and lots more.
Key Priorites for 2014-2015
- 1 - Accelerated progress for all children in reading, writing and maths
- 2 - Global teaching across the school
- 3 - Embed new assessment systems
- 4 - Gold award for Sports
- 5 - Gold Eco Award
- 6 - Outstanding SIAMS inspection for Christian Distinctiveness