The school is required by law to make certain information accessible on the website. For ease of access, link to this information have been collated on this page.
2. Admission arrangements or where they may be found (community and voluntary controlled schools only)
Our admission arrangements remain based with B&NES Local Authority and follow their processes. This can be found on their website here along with information about the appeal process and oversubscription criteria. Additional information can be found in the Fosse Way School Admissions Policy found on the policy page of this site. We have also produce advice for prospective parents that can be found here.
3. Link to Ofsted Report
4. KS2 & KS4 Summary tables
(Please note, we have limited information regarding academic years affected by the pandemic – this is the most complete information we have. The government has instructed us to publish 2018/19 measures until new ones are published)
|Progress score for Reading||-3.8|
|Progress Score for Writing||-0.9|
|Progress Score for Mathematics||-6.1|
|% Pupils reaching expected progress in reading, writing and maths||0%|
|% Pupils achieving at a higher standard in reading, writing and maths||0%|
|Average Score in Reading||NULL|
|Average Score in maths||NULL|
|Progress 8 score||-1.47|
|Attainment 8 score||8.1|
|% of pupils achieving a grade 5 or above in GCSE English and Maths||5%|
|% of pupils entering the English Baccalaureate||N/A|
|EBacc average point score (APS)||N/A|
|% of pupils staying in education or going into employment after KS4||96%|
More information is available in the following link and information about pupil destinations after KS4;
Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said that you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.
6. School curriculum information for each year group by subject, including phonics/reading schemes and key stage 4 courses/qualifications as appropriate.
On our curriculum pages, links can be found to curriculum overviews and qualifications lists at all areas of the schools. We have mixed year groups, but the curriculum overview indicates which year groups are following which topic in the schemes of work. Qualifications can change year on year to adapt to different cohorts
In 2023-2024 Students at Key Stage 4 and Post 16 follow a combination of the following courses:
GCSE English (Where appropriate KS4 & Post 16)
GCSE Maths (Where appropriate KS4 & Post 16)
GCSE Art (optional),
BTEC Award / Certificate Vocational Studies L1 (optional)
BTEC Award / Certificate in Hair and Beauty L1(optional)
BTEC Award / Certificate in Digital Media L1 (optional)
BTEC Award/Certificate in Home Cooking Skills L1/L2
BTEC Award/Certificate in Hospitality and Tourism L1 (optional)
ASDAN L1 Award/Certificate of Personal Social Effectiveness
L1 Sports Leader Qualification
Arts Award Bronze/Silver/Gold Level (optional)
ASDAN L1 Employability Award/Certificate
ASDAN Short Courses History, Geography (optional)
ASDAN Short Course Belief and Values
Entry Level Certficate in Maths, English, Science
Pearson Functional Skills Maths, English, ICT (Entry Level/Level 1/Level 2 – Post 16)
AQA Unit Award Scheme (Tailored units for individuals)
Duke of Edinburgh Award (optional) Bronze/Silver
Those students eligible for ST2 Writhlington provision, have access to a full range of GCSE subjects.
All available on our policy page.
8. Pupil Premium allocation, use and impact on attainment & Primary PE Funding
Additional detailed information regarding Pupil Premium can be found in our Pupil Premium Policy available here
Primary PE funding allocation
The 2023-2024 Primary PE allocation is £16,660
Details of how it is spent will be put in a report.
9. School’s ethos and values
This can be found in our current school prospectus.
10. SEN Offer and SEN Information Report
The SEN Information report can be found here.
11.Governor Register of Business interests and Governance information
The current register of Governor business interests can be found here
Registers of Business interests for the The Partnership Trust
Current Memorandum of association and Articles of association can be found here
12. Multi Academy Trust accounts
13. Post 16 Information
The post 16 qualifications and curriculum details can be found on the following pages;
As our students do not follow Level 3 qualifications, we do not appear in the national performance tables for KS5
Progress and attainment, retention and destinations information is summarised in the document below;
Post 16 Bursary information is available here;
14. Complaints Policy and Procedure for dealing with SEN Complaints
We follow the Complaints Policy of our MAT the Partnership Trust. Click here to access their policy page.
As all pupils at Fosse Way School have at statement or EHCP relating to special needs, the statutory requirement to publish any arrangements for handling complaints from parents of children with special educational needs (SEN) about the support provided by the school is covered by this complaints policy.
15. Careers Information
Information about Careers can be found here
16. Equalities and PSED Objectives
These can be found on our policies page
17. Union Time
There has been no union time taken by staff who are union officials in 2022-2023
18. Financial information
Number of individuals(if any) earning over 100K – This information is declared at a Trust Level and can be found on this page
Link to our school’s page on the schools financial benchmarking service page
19. Gender Pay gap Information
This can be found on the Partnership Trust website here
Additional useful links for Ofsted inspectors