This is a smaller-than-average infant school. It serves the village and local area as well as
families from further afield.
The vast majority of pupils come from a White British background. The proportion of pupils eligible for the pupil premium, which provides additional funding for
children in the care of the local authority, pupils known to be eligible for free school meals and
those from service families, is below average.
The proportion of disabled pupils or who have special educational needs and receive support
through school action is below average. The proportion being supported through school action
plus or who have a statement of special educational needs is also below average.
Pupils are taught in three classes each morning. Years 1 and 2 are taught together as one class
Since September, a number of new appointments have been made to the leadership of the
school and the governing body.
The school became part of a hard federation with Mursley Church of England Infant School in
March this year. The governors of the two federated schools formed a single governing body
during the inspection. The federation continues to work in very close collaboration with
Swanbourne Church of England Junior School, and the three schools are led by an executive
The executive headteacher for the three schools left the week before the inspection and has
been replaced by an interim headteacher until a substantive appointment is made.
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