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1 DAVENANT FOUNDATION SCHOOL Nurturing Mind, Body and Spirit

2 DAVENANT a Christian school valuing the past with a vision of the future It has been over fifty years since Davenant moved from Whitechapel to our present site, here in Loughton. The school has grown to be a highly regarded, Christian ecumenical school achieving excellent results for students of all abilities. Students, staff and the wider community work very hard to make Davenant a successful school. We see ourselves as a community that promotes individual excellence and nurtures the God given potential within each of us. Our ethos is based firmly on the commitment to nurture mind, body and spirit and, therefore, we work hard to ensure each student not only achieves their academic potential but also has a range of opportunities to be enriched and to enjoy new experiences away from the classroom. Also, Davenant is highly regarded for the work done in training and developing teachers so that our students receive the high quality teaching they deserve. Our expectations of each other are high. We demand a great deal of our students-hard work, the desire to learn, a determination tosucceed and a willingness to contribute fully to the life of the school. This is as important for our new Year 7 students (taken from over fifty primary schools) as it is for our three hundred and fifty sixth form students who play such an influential role in our community. If you visit us, I am sure you will be impressed. Governors and staff have worked hard to ensure the best quality learning environment and to develop our facilities. Funding from various sources has enabled a full programme of facilities development in recent years. This benefits both our own students and the wider community. There is so much to learn about our work in the school. If you would like to find out more about Davenant, please contact either myself or the appropriate member of staff. I trust that you will conclude, like Ofsted, that this is an outstanding school. Adam Thorne - Headteacher

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4 DAVENANT FOUNDATION SCHOOL It was in February 1680 that the Reverend Ralph Davenant drew up his will leaving all of his household goods and plate to his wife with the provision that it shall eventually be sold and the moneys raised be used to build a school for 40 poor boys of Whitechapel. Boys were to learn reading, writing and arithmetic and girls were to learn reading, writing and sewing. A site was found in the Whitechapel Road on the Lower Burial Ground. The site of the buildings still exists adjacent to the Salvation Army buildings and close to the Royal London Hospital and so the school was built in This building existed until the mid-seventies, when, in a state of poor repair, it was demolished and the land sold to the Salvation Army for redevelopment of the Victoria Home for Men. The Charity School continued to function in the original buildings which were eventually enlarged in 1818 to accommodate 100 boys and 100 girls. The school now maintained two institutions educating 1200 people (not bad for 1818). The third strand of the school came into being in 1858 when a Commercial or Grammar School was built in Leman Street then in1888 the two charities of Whitechapel and Davenant were brought together and the combined schools were renamed: - The Foundation School. In 1896 the new Renaissance Building was erected behind the 1818 building providing additional up to date classrooms and a magnificent assembly hall which remains to this day. In 1939 the school was evacuated and the buildings were taken over by the Heavy Rescue Service who did irreparable damage to the buildings and destroyed many of the documents and honours boards (which were used to board up broken shop windows. In 1966, at the invitation of Essex Education Authority, the school moved to new buildings at Loughton where many of the East-End families now lived, there being no Grammar School provision there. Then in 1980 the Governors and Trustees of the school decided, after much deliberation, that the time was right to further develop the work which Ralph Davenant had put into motion 300 years earlier and so it was that in April 1980 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother came yet again to Davenant to mark the restoration of the co-educational nature of the school and ongoing development as a Christian Ecumenical School for 1000 girls and boys. In 2016 Davenant Foundation School is a Christian, ecumenical, comprehensive school catering for pupils of all abilities. We became an Academy in April 2011 and have continued to be a very successful school nurturing mind, body and spirit gaining outstanding outcomes for our pupils. 1

5 STUDENT DESTINATIONS 2015/2016 Student destinations - Year 11% Student destinations - Year 13 % Full time education: 93 Higher Education: 87 Apprenticeship: 1 Employment: 3 Other: 2 Gap Year: 7 Unknown: 4 Training / Apprentiship 3 RATES OF AUTHORISED AND UNAUTHORISED ABSENCE 2016/2017 Number of students of compulsory school age: 850 Authorised absence as a percentage of total possible attendance: 5.8% Unauthorised absence as a percentage of total possible attendance: 0.01% THE SCHOOL DAY AND YEAR 8.30 Registration 8.40 Assembly/Tutor time 9.00 Lesson Lesson Break Lesson Lunch 1.20 Lesson Lesson Registration 3.30 End of Day Assembly, attended by all students and staff, and Religious Education form an important part of the life of the school. Parents who have asked for their son or daughter to attend Davenant must appreciate that all pupils participate in these aspects of the school s provision. The length of the teaching week is 25 hours plus registration and form time. Attendance is a legal requirement and it is therefore essential that any absence is supported by a parental note. EXAMINATION RESULTS 2017 A full analysis of the 2016 examination results is available on the school web-site. The 2017 results will be published on the web-site in October. However, a summary of the main outcomes from 2017 is as follows: Key Stage students took a programme of examinations at Key Stage in E & M: 85% English 4+ 91% 5+ 79% 5+ in E & M: 67% Maths 4+ 88% 5+ 74% Attainment 8: 54.3 These results are significantly above the Essex and National average. Key Stage students took A Level examinations in Year 13. AAB in 2+ facilitating subjects 13.5% 3+ L3 qualifications 100% A*-A: 23% A*-B: 51% A*-C: 76% A*-E: 99.2% 2

6 THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM Years 7-11 All students follow a curriculum, with time allocations (in hours per week) as follows : Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10/11 English * 3.5 Mathematics Science /Option French / Spanish Option Design & Technology Option Physical Education /Option Art Option Geography Option History Option Music Option Religious Education /Option Information Technology Option Drama Option Personal, Social, Health & Citizenship Education (PSHCE) Optional subjects (* Dual Linguists) each This curriculum is reviewed annually and changes are made if / when appropriate. Students may also be invited to take up a second foreign language in Year 8. A wide range of teaching strategies is used to meet the needs of each individual. These will include whole-class teaching, group work, pair work, individual research, role-play, drama, experiments, practicals, field work and use of Information and Communications Technology. Years 12 and 13 The school offers a wide range of A level courses. A separate Sixth Form brochure is issued to all prospective applicants and copies are available from the school. In 2017 / 18, all students will follow a 3 A Level curriculum in Year 12. 3

7 SCHOOL UNIFORM REGULATION Parents rightly expect the School to enforce high standards of dress and appearance. Attention is drawn to this matter in the School Prospectus and the implied acceptance given by parents to the School Rules and Regulations when they are applying for their son or daughter to be admitted to Davenant. There is a clear policy that students who seek to draw attention to themselves by dressing, or styling their hair, in an inappropriate manner, will be sent home by the Headteacher or Deputy Headteacher. Detailed regulations are set out in the following pages. Boys School Uniform Requirements General Plain navy blue or plain black coat or outdoor jacket without logo. Black blazer with School Crest on breast pocket (to be worn at all times). School tie; tied so that it covers the top button and reaches the waist. White shirt - plain, with a conventional style collar, no "fashion" shirts. Top buttons must be present and must be fastened. Long-sleeved plain dark-grey/black knitted V-neck pullover (see note 1). Long black trousers of a suitable material, of school regulation style, of standard width. If a belt is worn it must be black and have a small, plain buckle. Plain black shoes (not suede, canvas or trainer style). Shoes with large buckles or toe caps are not suitable. Laced shoes must have plain black laces. Plain black boots with a maximum of eight holes but without steel caps. Please see attached guide. Black or dark grey socks. If a scarf is worn, it must be plain black. In cold weather a black hat may be worn outside of the school buildings: baseball caps are not permitted. NOTES 1. The V-neck pullover may be worn in addition to but not instead of the School blazer. Cardigans are not permitted. 2. Trousers must not be of jean-like or thin cotton material. Patch or jean-like pockets are not allowed. Trousers must be worn securely at the waist. 3. Protective clothing must be worn for practical Design and Technology lessons (this may be an overall, an apron, an old shirt with elasticated wrists or similar but not made of nylon or plastic). This may be worn, as necessary, for Art or Science lessons. 4. Jewellery is not permitted except for watches, students may also wear a single, small ear-stud in each ear-lobe only plain gold or plain silver studs are allowed. All jewellery has to be removed in PE lessons due to health and safety reasons. This is done at the owner s risk as teachers will not be responsible for collecting such items. Any students who regularly fail to observe these rules will lose the right to wear jewellery to school. 5. Hooded tops or Hoodies are not permitted and polo-neck jerseys must not be worn under shirts. 6. Hair colour must be natural and the styling must not be attention seeking. Long hair to be tied back. 7. All items of clothing should be clearly named 4

8 Physical Education - Boys OUTDOOR WINTER GAMES Rugby/Football Red Rugby Shirt Black Shorts Red Socks Football Boots (studs must have kite mark) Shin Pads and Mouthguard (Compulsory) TENNIS / ATHLETICS / STRIKING AND FIELD GAMES Red and Black Polo Shirt Black Shorts White Socks (with cuffs) Laced White Training Shoes* INDOOR ACTIVITIES Gymnastics, Basketball and Badminton Red and Black Polo Shirt Black Shorts White Socks Laced White Training Shoes* Mouthguard (recommended by the English Basketball Association) SWIMMING Plain Black Swimming Shorts (purchased from Forest Casuals only) Red Swimming Hat Students may wear Davenant Black Joggers for outdoor games. *Trainers must have laces and non-marking soles. Trainers must be majority white in colour. No high tops or leisure shoes (such as converse) are permitted for Health and Safety reasons. Rain jackets are available for PE lessons and extra-curricular clubs from Tyler Sportswear. An will be sent to all parents with details of how to order in the Autumn term. They are not available through Forest Casual & Schoolwear or John Lewis plc. 5

9 Girls School Uniform Requirements General Plain navy blue or plain black coat or outdoor jacket without logo. Black blazer with School Crest on breast pocket (to be worn at all times). Plain black kilt-type skirt or long black trousers in a suitable material, of school regulation style and standard width. If a belt is worn it must have a small, plain buckle (see note 1 below). School tie; tied so that it covers the top button and reaches the waistband. White shirt - plain, with a conventional style collar, no "fashion" shirts or logos. Top buttons must be present and must be fastened. Long-sleeved plain dark-grey/black knitted V-neck pullover (see note 2). Plain black shoes. White or Black ankle socks or plain black tights must be worn. Natural coloured tights are permitted in the summer term. If a scarf is worn, it must be plain black. In cold weather a black hat may be worn outside the school building; baseball caps are not permitted. NOTES 1. Skirts: A plain black, kilt-type skirt, available from the School s Outfitters must be worn. The skirt should touch below the knee when standing. Trousers must not be of jean-like or thin cotton material. Patch or jean-like pockets are not allowed. Trousers must be worn securely at the waist hipsters are not allowed. Trousers should be tailored and not tight fitting. 2. The V-neck pullover may be worn in addition to but not instead of the School blazer. Cardigans are not permitted. 3. Shoes: Girls' shoes should be plain black (not suede or canvas), sensible in design and suitable for school wear. Narrow "stiletto-type" and high heels, above one inch, are not permitted because of the danger on stairways and the damage to polished wooden floors (the shoes must not be open-toed or open-heeled). Very "heavy" shoes with toe-caps, large buckles, embroidered designs, trainer style etc., are not suitable. Laced shoes must have plain black laces. Boots and ankle boots are not permitted. In bad weather, suitableboots may be worn to and from School but shoes must be brought to change into for the day. 4. All items of clothing should be clearly named. 5. Protective clothing must be worn for practical Design and Technology lessons (this may be an overall, an apron, an old shirt with elasticated wrists or similar but not made of nylon or plastic). This may be worn, as necessary, for Art or Science lessons. 6. Hair clips and bands, etc. must be discreet and of School colours (black, red or white). Hair colour must be natural and the styling must not be attention seeking. Long hair must be tied back in practical lessons. 7. Jewellery is not permitted except for watches, students may wear a single, small ear-stud in each ear-lobe only plain gold or plain silver studs are allowed. All jewellery has to be removed in PE lessons due to health and safety reasons. This is done at the owner s risk as teachers will not be responsible for collecting such items. Any students who regularly fail to observe these rules will lose the right to wear jewellery to school. 8. Make-up is not permitted. Nail varnish is not allowed. Acrylic nails are not allowed. Fake tan is not allowed. 9. Hooded tops or Hoodies are not permitted and polo-neck jerseys must not be worn under shirts. 6

10 Physical Education - Girls OUTDOOR WINTER GAMES (Netball) Red and Black Polo Shirt Black Fleece Black Skort Red Socks Laced White Training Shoes* OUTDOOR SUMMER GAMES (Athletics, Rounders, Tennis) Red and Black Polo Shirt Black Skort White Socks with cuffs Laced White Training Shoes* GYMNASTICS / DANCE / TRAMPOLINING Red and Black Polo Shirt Black Skort Red socks (Trampolining only) SWIMMING Plain Black Swimming Costume Red Swimming Hat Goggles (Optional) Students may wear Davenant Black Joggers for outdoor games. *Trainers must have laces and non-marking soles. Trainers must be majority white in colour. No high tops or leisure shoes (such as converse) are permitted for Health and Safety reasons. Rain jackets are available for PE lessons and extra-curricular clubs from Tyler Sportswear. An will be sent to all parents with details of how to order in the Autumn term. They are not available through Forest Casual & Schoolwear or John Lewis plc. 7

11 SCHOOL POLICIES Careers Education and Guidance and Work Experience Students receive a structured programme of careers education and guidance throughout the school. This is mainly delivered through the Personal, Social and Health Education programme. There is a well-stocked Careers Library complete with the latest computer software, and the Head of Careers is available to give careers advice to individual students and groups. The school vigorously pursues partnership activities with industry and commerce and has developed good opportunities for work experience and other work related learning. Special Educational Needs. At Davenant we value all students, and their achievements are individually recognised. The school aims to provide a rich, varied and challenging curriculum which enables every student to make good progress and achieve the highest possible standard. Davenant applies the SEN Code of Practice to identify, assess and support students with special educational needs. Class sizes for the less able are usually smaller in the core subjects and support is provided in and out of the classroom. Referrals to outside agencies are made when necessary and suitable interventions are put in place where needed. The school works in close partnership with parents/ carers and ensures that students with SEN have opportunities to have their views and to achieve their targets. Sex and Relationship Education Sex education is taught within the wider context of moral education and the Christian family. The main content is delivered in science, R.E. and personal, social and health education lessons. The policy is based on the premise that sex education should encourage the acquisition of knowledge, attitudes and skills allowing pupils to manage their relationships in a responsible and healthy manner. Security The school has in place, a number of measures to ensure the premises are secure. These include the provision of electronic entry gates, closed circuit television, exterior lighting, perimeter security fencing and advanced alarm systems. All visitors are expected to sign in at reception and wear identification. Charging and Remissions Policy - summary. Charges may be made for : music tuition, except where it is provided to fulfil the requirements of a syllabus; finished products in subjects such as Technology, if parents indicate a desire to keep the product; optional extras (i.e. outside school hours) which are not fulfilling the compulsory requirements of a syllabus; public examinations for which a pupil enters but has not been prepared by the school, and in addition where a student fails without good reason to complete the awarding body s requirements for an examination for which the school has paid; damage to or loss of school property; Voluntary contributions are also requested in support of other activities. In cases of genuine financial hardship, representation may be made to the Headteacher for charges to be waived. Every attempt will be made to view such cases sympathetically. Arrangements for making complaints about the curriculum In line with Government regulations, the Governing Body has approved a formal curriculum complaints procedure. If parents have any complaints about the curriculum, they should be addressed in the first instance to the Headteacher in writing. Full copies of all school policies are available on demand. 8

12 DAVENANT FOUNDATION SCHOOL ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS FOR 2017/2018 Arrangements for admission to Year 7 1. The agreed admission number for entry at Year 7 is 165. The school will accordingly admit 165 students if sufficient applications are received. 2. Applications for places at the school will be made in accordance with the Local Authority s co-ordinated admission arrangements and will be made on the Common Application Form provided and administered by the Local Authority. 3. Applicants will be invited to complete a Supplementary Information Form (SIF) which can be obtained from the school. The SIF requests parents to give details of the frequency of their attendance at a place of mainstream Christian or Jewish worship during the last seven years and to nominate referees who can confirm their record of attendance. A place of mainstream Christian worship in the United Kingdom is defined as one which is a member of, or affiliated to, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, the Evangelical Alliance or Affinity. Referees will be asked to confirm, on the form which is sent to them, that the place of worship satisfies this definition. Information provided in the SIF will be used to allocate places if there are more applications than there are places available. The completed SIF should be returned to the school. 4. Applications will be processed on the basis of the home address for the child at the time of application and determination, as stated on the Local Authority application form. The home address is considered to be the address at which the child resides on a permanent basis and is generally the address of the parent/carer. 5. The school will send reference requests to the nominated referees who will complete the references and return them to the school. 6. The school will follow the timetable below to process applications: a) June/July The school will publish in its prospectus, and on its website, information about the arrangements for admissions. An application pack consisting of the prospectus, a Supplementary Information Form, Admission Arrangements and Notes for Guidance will be available to applicants via our website or collected from reception. b) October The school will arrange an open evening for applicants and provide other opportunities to visit the school. Application packs will be available at the open evening. c) October Common Application Form to be completed and returned to the Local Authority. Supplementary Information Form to be completed and returned to the school. d) November Reference requests sent to nominated referees. e) December Local Authority sends list of all parents who have expressed a preference for the school. f) December School returns a list of all applications, in rank order based on admissions criteria, to the Local Authority. g) February Local Authority applies agreed admissions scheme for all local schools. h) 1st March Offers made to parents. 7. Applications will be considered on the basis of a parent s commitment to the Christian or Jewish faith. All applications will be graded according to the frequency and length of attendance at a place of worship, with the best attendance over the last 7 years of either the father or the mother or a legal guardian counting. Each application is given an attendance score which is calculated by awarding: 20 points for each year of confirmed weekly attendance 10 points for each year of confirmed fortnightly attendance 5 points for each year of confirmed monthly attendance, and 1 point for each year of confirmed occasional attendance. The list of applications will be ranked in order of attendance score. 8. Applications based on attendance at any other non-affiliated church are considered under Criterion 3 of the School s Admission Policy. (see Clause 10. c) below. 9. The school will consider all applications for places. Where fewer than 165 applications are received, the school will offer places to all those who have applied. 10. Where the number of applications for admission is greater than 165, applications will be considered against the criteria set out below. After the admission of students with Statements of Special Educational Needs or Education, Health and Care Plans where the school is named the criteria will be applied in the order in which they are set out below: a) Children who are looked after, or children who were previously looked after but immediately after being looked after became subject to an adoption, residence, or special guardianship order. 9

13 b) Children of parents committed to the Christian or Jewish faith, determined by attendance at a place of mainstream Christian or Jewish worship by at least one parent or legal guardian. Preference will be given to the greater number of years attended and frequency of attendance during the last seven years, as confirmed by referees. Where applicants have the same record of attendance, places will be allocated in the following order: 1. Children of members of staff who have been employed at the school for two or more years at the time at which application for admission is made, or who are recruited to fill vacant posts for which there is a demonstrable skill shortage 2. Children with siblings in the school who will still be in the school at the time of proposed admission; and 3. Children living nearest to the school measured in a straight line to the main gate of the school. c) Other children, with places allocated in the following order: 1. Children of members of staff who have been employed at the school for two or more years at the time at which application for admission is made, or who are recruited to fill vacant posts for which there is a demonstrable skill shortage 2. Children with siblings in the school who will still be in the school at the time of proposed admission; and 3. Children living nearest to the school measured in a straight line to the main gate of the school. A looked after child is a child who is in the care of a Local Authority or is being provided with accommodation by a Local authority in the exercise of their social services functions. Straight line distances are calculated electronically by the Local Authority using data provided jointly by the Post Office and Ordnance Survey. 11. The Admissions Committee may, in exceptional individual family circumstances which are fully supported by independent evidence provided at the time of application, consider an application which does not meet the criteria set out in paragraph 10 above. Paperwork in this regard must be clearly marked Consider under Clause A relevant sibling is a child who has a brother, sister, stepbrother or stepsister living in the same family unit in the same family household and address who attends Davenant in any year group excluding the final year. Biological siblings who attend Davenant in any year group excluding the final year will also be treated as siblings irrespective of place of residence. A sibling link to a child in Year 11 or Year 12 at the time of application and determination will be taken to exist where there is a reasonable expectation that the child will be returning to the school for a post 16 course of study. Children residing in the same household as part of an extended family, such as cousins, will not be treated as siblings. 13. Since residency is relevant to an application for a place at the school, applicants will be required to provide proof of their home address when they return their completed Supplementary Information Form (SIF). This must be a copy of each of the following: council tax notification child benefit statement or child tax credits or medical card/letter two utility bills dated within the previous three months Where there is reasonable doubt as to the validity of a home address, the school reserves the right to take additional checking measures. If a place at the school is secured through false information regarding a home address, the offer of a place may be withdrawn. 14. Following the allocation of places on 1st March, the Local Authority will operate a waiting list based on the rank ordered list until the start of the academic year in September. Places that become available will be allocated from the waiting list. 15. After the start of the academic year, the school will maintain the waiting list for the duration of the Autumn term. Beyond this period, the school will continue to maintain a waiting list for children whose parents indicate in writing that they wish their child to remain on the list. Each added child will require the list to be ranked again in line with the published oversubscription criteria. When places become vacant, they will be allocated to children on the waiting list in accordance with the oversubscription criteria. 16. Repeat applications in relation to the same academic year of an unsuccessful application will be considered only if there has been a material change in circumstances. 17. Parents will have the right of appeal to an appeals panel, independent of the school, if they are dissatisfied with an admission decision of the school. The arrangements for appeals will be in line with the Code of Practice on School Admission Appeals published by the Department for Children, Schools and Families. The determination of the appeal panel is binding on all parties. Parents will be provided with information on appeals when they receive their offer of a school place. Arrangements for admission to Year The admission number for entry at Year 12 by students not previously on the school roll is 80. The school will accordingly admit at least 80 students in addition to those existing school students wishing to enter Year The school will publish a prospectus for admission to Year 12 during the preceding Autumn term and will hold an open evening in November when would-be applicants can view the school. 3. In the event of oversubscription for the 80 places, applicants will be assessed on their suitability for the courses offered, commitment to the school s Christian ethos and their likely involvement in the extensive extra-curricular programme. 10

14 Headteacher: Mr. A Thorne Chairman of Governors: Mrs. Mary Vine-Morris. Parents should note that all information given refers to the academic year 2016/2017 unless specific details for 2017/2018 are known. We aim to give maximum notice to parents where changes are undertaken during the course of the year. Davenant Foundation School, Chester Road, Loughton, Essex IG10 2LD. Tel: Fax: Web-site:

15 a community based firmly on Christian principles Ofsted parental commitment and support are significant factors in the school s success Ofsted the school s extra curricular provision is particularly strong Ofsted

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