At Parochial we have a very strong school ethos. Our mission statement is reflected in day to day school life.
Parochial School an inclusive, inspirational school, preparing for the future; living, learning and growing together in God.
School Contact details
Catch-up funding allocation
Key Stage 2 Results
PE and Sports Premium
SEND information report
Charging and Remissions Policy
Values and Ethos
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Our most recent Ofsted report, in which we were graded as a 'Good' school can be accessed here: Ofsted Report
Our most recent inspection by the National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools, in which we were graded 'Outstanding' can be accessed here: SIAMS
School Performance Data
Our children's achievements can be accessed by clicking here: Data Dashboard
Check Parochial's performance data by clicking here: Performance Data
Key Stage 2 SATs results
School Results - expected standard
School Results - high Standard (or greater depth)
Grammar, punctuation and spelling
Writing (teacher assessment)
Reading, Writing and mathematics Combined
Please see Suppliers listed below:
MCS Stores, Ashton-under-Lyne
Navy or Grey Skirt/ Pinafore/Trousers.
Navy Sweatshirt or Cardigan
Pale Blue Blouse/ Polo Shirt.
Pale Blue/ White Gingham Dress
Sensible Black Shoes
Navy or Grey Trousers
Pale Blue Shirt/ Polo Shirt
Navy Sweatshirt/ Jumper
Sensible Black Shoes
Pale Blue T-shirt
In addition, children in Years 2 - 6 require:
Long Sleeve Top
We are dedicated to supporting our children develop and maintain a healthy, balanced diet. For parental support and ideas, please visit:
Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities work extremely hard with their teachers in order to make good progress. Our target is for every SEND pupil to make good progress throughout each term and work on achieving their individual targets.
Our class teacher and SENDCo (Mrs Evans) are available for discussions and advice on how we can support your child/ren together.
Pupil Premium is allocated to pupils who are eligible for Free School Meals, Looked After Children and Service children. It is the Government’s way of addressing inequalities and tackling disadvantage.
In 2020-21: 57 children were eligible for Pupil premium funding, which equates to £76, 665
In 2019-20: 55 children were eligible for Pupil premium funding, which equates to £72,600
In 2018-19: 52 children were eligible for Pupil premium funding, which equates to £68,460
In 2017-18: 46 children were eligible for Pupil premium funding, which equated to £60,720
In 2016 -2017: 55 children were eligible for Pupil premium funding, which equated to £70,020
In 2015 - 2016: 53 children were eligible for Pupil premium funding, which equated to £68,780
In 2014 - 2015: 53 children were eligible for Pupil premium funding, which equated to £70,138
In 2013 - 2014: 56 children were eligible for Pupil premium funding, which equated to £51,600
In 2012 – 2013: 35 children were eligible for Pupil Premium funding, which equated to £21, 000.
In 2011 – 2012: 34 children were eligible for Pupil Premium funding, which equated to £15, 480.
For full information regarding Pupil premium funding, please read this document:
Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2019-20
Sports premium is allocated to schools in order to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport. It is provided to primary schools to help encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles in their children.