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Colnbrook School

Policies, Evaluation Reports and Plans

Request for copies 

If you require any copies of school policies or other information please contact Louise Meehan our Office Manager, via the school office on 0208 428 1281 or Please click on a document below to view it.

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is additional funding given to all schools so that they raise the attainment and progress of particularly vulnerable children.

The groups identified by the Government are:-

  • Children of parents in the services
  • Those accessing Free School Meals now, and those who have in the past 6 years
  • Children Looked After
  • Post-Looked After Children (adopted children)


Sports Premium

The Sports Premium Grant is awarded to Primary Schools and is designed to support children's access to healthy living and access to sports and PE.

Academic Year 2022/2023

Academic Year 2021/2022

Academic Year 2020/2021

 Financial Information

To find financial information about school employees please click this link - schools financial benchmarking service – and follow the prompts to find Colnbrook School’s specific page. 

 Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Disability Information

All children and young people are entitled to an appropriate education, one that is, appropriate to their needs, promotes high standards and the fulfilment of potential.  This should enable them to:

  • achieve their best
  • become confident individuals living fulfilling lives
  • make a successful transition into adulthood, whether into employment, further or higher education.

The 0-25 (years) Code of Practice sets out four key areas of SEND:-

Communication and Interaction - children with speech, language and communication needs have difficulty in communicating with others.

Cognition and learning - support for learning difficulties is required when children  learn at a slower pace than their peers.  Some children may need support in all areas of the curriculum and associated difficulties with mobility and communication.

Social, emotional and mental health difficulties - children have difficulty in managing their relationships with other people, are withdrawn, or they behave in ways that might hinder their and other children's learning or have an impact on their health and wellbeing.

Sensory and/or physical needs - children with visual and/or hearing impairments, or a physical need that means they must have additional ongoing support and equipment.

Colnbrook's SEN Policy and Information Report

Hertfordshire's Local Offer

Evaluation Reports

 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Catch-up Premium

Covid Catch-up strategy 2020-21

School Policies & Plans