How many incidents involving pupil misconduct, bullying, or harassment, or similar events in which the term ‘antisemitism’ was recorded have there been on your school campus in each the last five years? Of these, how many (if any) of the recorded incidents involved reports of a physical assault
How many incidents involving pupil misconduct, bullying, or harassment, or similar events in which the term ‘antisemitism’ was recorded have been reported by the school to: a. The Community Security Trust b. A police force
Does your institution have any internal documented processes and procedures that provide guidance for how to respond to antisemitic incidents that explicitly mentions ‘antisemitism’ or similar terms? Please provide any such documents.
How many pupils have been off-rolled since the beginning of the pandemic? What was the youngest age of a child who was off-rolled during the pandemic?
How many pupils have been off-rolled and sent to Alternative Provision since the beginning of the pandemic? Please detail whether the Alternative Provision was registered and whether their placement was dual-registered (i.e. they were registered to your school and the AP).
What was the total weekly number of hours of education being provided to each of the children placed in these APs?
Please provide a breakdown of the number of children born in each month for years 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
The data is provided in the following table:
Abbey Park Middle School; Abbeymead Primary; Air Balloon Hill Primary School; Airthrie School; Al Ashraf Primary School; Andoversford Primary School; Ann Cam C of E Primary School; Barnwood C of E Primary School; Berkeley Primary School; Birdlip County Primary; Bishops Cleeve Primary; Bradon Forest School; Bredon Hill Middle School; Brook Field Primary School; Cam Hopton C of E Primary School; Carrant Brook Junior; Catherine Wayte Primary School; Chalford Hill County Primary; Charlton Kings Junior; Christ Church Primary; Churchdown Village Junior; Cirencester Primary School; Coberley C of E Primary; Cold Aston C of E Primary School; Coopers Edge; Crudwell CofE Primary School; Deerhurst C of E Primary; Drove Primary School; Eldersfield Lawn C.E.Primary; Elmbridge Junior; Field Court Junior; Finlay Community School; Glenfall County Primary; Gorsley Goffs C of E; Gotherington County Primary; Grangefield School; Greatfield Park Primary School; Gretton Primary School; Harewood Junior School; Haydonleigh Primary School; Hempsted C of E Primary; Heron Primary; Highnam C of E Primary; Kingsholm C of E Primary; Lakeside Primary; Leckhampton C of E Primary; Longleaze Primary School; Longlevens Junior; Malvern Parish CofE Primary School; Meadowbrook Primary; Meysey Hampton C of E Primary; Mitcheldean Endowed Primary; Moat Primary Academy; Naunton Park Primary; Newnham C of E Primary; Norton C of E Primary; Nythe Primary School; Oak Hill C of E Primary School; Orchid Vale Primary School; Parton Manor Junior; Queen Margaret Primary; Randwick C of E School; Red Oaks Primary School; Redmarley C of E Primary; Robert Le Kyng Primary School; Rowanfield Junior School; Southville Primary School; St Gregory's R C School; St James C of E Primary; St James Junior; St John's C of E Primary; St Mark's C of E Junior; St Mary's R C Primary; St Peter's Catholic Primary School; Stratton C of E Primary School; Swindon Academy; Swindon Village Primary; Tewkesbury CE Primary School; The Croft Primary; The Dell; The John Moore Primary School; Tredington Primary School; Tutshill C of E Primary; Twyning Primary School; Uley C. of E. Primary School; Warden Hill Primary; Wheatfield Primary School; Woodmancote County Primary; Wroughton Junior School
It should also be noted that we do not hold the full previous school address on the database so there could schools with the same name (e.g. ‘St Mary’s Primary School’) which are from different areas.
Please can you send to me the total number of practical lessons missed per year group compared to non-practical subjects. (for example, Design & Technology compared to English)
|Year Group||Year 7||Year 8||Year 9||Year 10||Year 11||Year 12||Year 13|
|Options||-||-||-||4 x 2||4 x 2||3-4 x 3.5||3 x 4|
Options in Year 10/11: Art, Business, Computing, Design Technology, Drama, Economics, French, Geography, German, History, Music, PE, Religious Studies, Spanish
Options in Year 12/13: Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computing, Design Technology, Drama, English Literature, Economics, French, Geography, German, History, Maths, Further Maths, Music, PE, Physics, Politics, Psychology, Religious Studies
Please can you send to me the total number of weeks of school which children have missed due to Covid-19 since the start of the 2020/21 academic year sorted by year groups (not including children of key workers); the total number of hours of online learning children have had during lockdown periods sorted by year group. (not including children of key workers)
The following table summarises these data:
|Year Group||Weeks of School Missed||Total Hours of Remote Learning*|
|Year 7||8.5 – 10||205|
|Year 8||8.5 – 9||205|
|Year 9||8.5 – 10||205|
|Year 10||8.5 - 10||200|
|Year 11||8.5 – 9.5||195|
|Year 12||8.5 – 11.5||200|
|Year 13||8.5 – 9.5||195|
For weeks missed, these are presented as a range as in the Autumn Term, groups smaller than a whole year groups where sometimes in isolation (e.g. a single tutor group)
Please can you send to me the total number of sick days teachers have taken due to Covid-19 since the start of the 2020/21 academic year.
May the school please let me know what are the past standardised qualifying standards i.e. (standardised) pass marks for the entry (year 7) tests?
What was the lowest rank for a child admitted following an appeal for this coming Year 7 entry if the rank is lower than the below question
For this coming Year 7 entry what is the lowest rank place in the admission test results of a child admitted to Sir Thomas Rich’s for the forthcoming academic year. Please exclude any children who did not meet the qualifying standard who were subsequently admitted.
Are these figures including places won through appeal, or are appeals yet to be resolved? (If appeals are not yet resolved please just provide the number of current offers made.)
To date this year, what is the number of offers you have you made to pupils to join your school's year 7 in September 2020?
The number of pupil premium children who passed the 11 plus test in Sept 2018 (for 2019-20 entry) and Sept 2019 (for 2020-19 entry)
The number of pupil premium children who sat the 11 plus test in Sept 2018 (for 2019-20 entry) and Sept 2019 (for 2020-19 (sic) entry)
Please include any comments about the growth in tutoring and competition to get into your school; whether you welcome this or not, what could be done by government to address it, and any other views on which you would like to expand. Please state whether this is on or off the record.
Do you have a policy of setting aside a certain number of places for pupils on free school meals or pupil premium? If so, how many pupils and when was it introduced?
How many of your intake this year (Sept 2019) came from private/fee-charging primary schools? How does this compare with five years ago? (Sept 2014)
Have you introduced so-called tutor-proof tests? If so, do you believe it has in any way reduced the amount of tutoring in your area? What other changes to admissions tests have you introduced in the last five years – e.g. two rounds of testing, surprise challenges?
If you have no set catchment area or postcodes, what is the furthest home address from which a candidate applied for entry in 2019 and where was it, eg Reading, Birmingham? Can you please also provide this information for entry in 2014?
How many challenges to your admissions procedures/code did you receive in the last academic year (2018/19)? How did this compare with five years earlier (2013/14)
How many appeals against not getting a place did you receive in the last academic year (2018/19)? How does this compare with five years earlier (2013/14)?
How many pupils have left your school at the end of their first year, in the last five years, because they have struggled with the work? Please give estimates if figures are not available. Has this increased in the last decade?
Can you please give an ethnic breakdown of the Year 7 pupils starting in September 2019, September 2014 and September 2009.
|Any other Asian background||0||3||9|
|Any other ethnic group||0||1||0|
|Black - African||1||3||2|
|Information Not Yet Obtained||0||1||1|
|Other White British||0||3||1|
|White - English||91||77||100|
|White - Irish||0||0||1|
|White - Scottish||0||1||2|
|White - Welsh||0||0||1|
|White and Asian||2||3||4|
|White and Black African||1||1||0|
|White and Black Caribbean||1||0||0|
|White and chinese||1||0||3|
|White Eastern European||2||1||1|
|White Western European||1||1||2|
Has there been any growth in the number of pupil places available between September 2014 and September 2019. Please provide figures.
Can you please state whether there has been an increase in the so-called “pass rate” in the last five years, ie what was the minimum standardised score or percentage that successful candidates achieved for entry in September 2019? What was the minimum standardised score or percentage of successful candidates for entry in September 2014?
Can you please state how many children applied for admission to Year 7 in September 2014 and in September 2019. Can you also provide figures for 2009 entry if available.
You asked us to provide the number of pupils for the first half of each postcode for Year 7 pupils enrolled for the 2019/20 academic year.
Please confirm the total number of children registered to take the Gloucestershire Grammar school test on 14th September 2019.
In addition to this there were boys who sat the test at our centre and together these bring the total to 1082.
I would like to receive the number of how many children, enrolled at your school for the 2019/20 academic year, came from particular postcodes. Can you please tell me the first half of the postcode area where pupils are from? For example, GL12, WR4, B3 etc.
For your 11-plus test for entry to school in Sept 2018 and 2019 a) how many pupil premium pupils sat the test, and b) how many pupil premium pupils achieved a qualifying score (pass mark) - if your school uses one.
The lowest rank place in the admission test results of a child TO BE admitted to Sir Thomas Rich’s in 2019. Please exclude any children who did not meet the qualifying standard who were subsequently admitted.
The lowest rank place in the admission test results of a child admitted to Sir Thomas Rich’s, currently on the school role. Please exclude any children who did not meet the qualifying standard who were subsequently admitted.” Please can you confirm this for 2019?
Please could you provide a breakdown of where pupils in the 2017/18 intake have come from (their registered address)? Please provide the first two letters and one or two numbers of the postcode – eg. GL5 or SN19.
Please could you provide a breakdown of where pupils in the 2018/19 intake have come from (their registered address)? Please provide the first two letters and one or two numbers of the postcode – eg. GL5 or SN19.
1. The number of pupil enrolments (i.e. individual pupils) who were informally excluded at some stage in the past academic year (2017/18). To clarify, this refers to pupils who were removed from lessons and sent home or where parents were asked not to bring children in to school for a while. It excludes formal exclusions (either in the form of a permanent or fixed-term exclusion) or teaching in an isolation room.
Answer: We use informal exclusion rarely and we do not systematically record its use. Therefore we do no hold this information.
2. Whether the school uses isolation or consequence booths. If used, please outline the rules of their use i.e. how many hours pupils are expected to remain at the booths, the number of toilet breaks permitted, whether they are allowed out to into the playground or to exercise at lunch and break etc.
3. The number of occasions that pupils have attended such a booth continually for at least a week (i.e. they were present all day on consecutive days for at least a week) in the past academic year (2017-18).
4/ The number of pupil enrolments with SEN who have been placed in isolation or consequence booths in the past academic year (2017/18).
Answer: We do not use isolation booths.