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Statutory Information about our school

Ofsted Report

Ofsted Reports

Our school is currently rated as Good by Ofsted.

Click here to access our latest full Ofsted report (March 2024)

School Performance

Latest School Performance

Click here to access our end of Key Stage results:

  • There were no end of Key Stage tests taken in Summer 2020

  • Academic Year 2018-19 (Summer 2019)

  • Academic Year 2017-18 (Summer 2018)

  • Academic Year 2016-17 (Summer 2017)

  • Academic Year 2015-16 (Summer 2016)

  • Academic Year 2014-15 (Summer 2015)

Click here to access DfE school performance tables

Pupil Premium and Catch Up Funding

The Pupil Premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.


Click here to see our Pupil Premium Statement for 2022/23

Pupil Premium

Sports Premium

Publicly funded schools in England currently receive funds direct from government, specifically to raise the attainment of all pupils in PE and Sport.

Click here to access the report on PE Premium for 2021/22

Sports Premium

Policies and Procedures



Our educational duties include ensuring that all aspects of the curriculum are accessible to all pupils.  This can present challenges where pupils are disabled or perhaps have specific medical needs.  


Our Accessibility plan gives details of how we can achieve this.



As a maintained community school we follow Devon Local Authority procedures and all applications have to go through the county admissions team.  If you are moving to the area and want to know more about the school, do telephone (01769 550387) and we can arrange a visit.

Click here for further information regarding both routine or in-year admissions on the Devon County Council website.




School attendance on a regular basis is vital for children to make educational progress.  Our attendance targets are set in negotiation with the local authority Educational Welfare Officer and form part of our policy each year.

Government regulation makes it impossible for us to authorise family holidays during term time unless there are very exceptional circumstances.  Any requests for leave during term time should be made through the office via an S2 Absence Request form. You can download an editable version by clicking on the link and then email in to the to the office.


Click here to access our Attendance policy


The DfE has also issued Guidance on Attendance which you may find useful.


In school we have high expectations of behaviour at all times and aim to be as consistent as possible in our approach to any disciplinary requirements.

Click here to see our Behaviour policy   

Charging and Remissions

As a school we sometimes have to ask parents for payments towards some activities.

These could be for optional purchases from the school (e.g. school dinners) where full payment is required for the service offered, or items such as school trips where we ask for voluntary donations to ensure we can offer some additional educational experiences.  We always try to keep the cost of these activities to a minimum.

Click here to access our formal Charging & Remissions policy

Collective Worship

Bishops Nympton is a community school without religious character (non-faith). We follow the Devon Sacre (Agreed syllabus) for Religious education and also operate in line with our Collective Worship policy


Unfortunately, there are sometimes occasions when people are unhappy with the service they receive from the school. At Bishops Nympton, we always aim to resolve any issues through shared discussion.  In rare circumstances dialogue does not resolve the concern and, once all avenues have been exhausted, the complaints procedure may be invoked.

Please click here to access our Complaints Procedure.


Here are the policies and information relating to our Equality work:


Schools hold information on children, staff and families to enable them to fulfil their educational function.  There are strict rules on what information can be kept, for how long and how it is used. Bishops Nympton School is registered with the Information Commissioner as a Data Controller.

Requests for data provision under the Freedom of Information Act should be made in writing to the headteacher.

Click here to access our Privacy Notice for Pupils & Parents

Click here to access our Privacy Notice for Staff


Remote Education Provision

This information is intended to provide clarity and transparency to pupils and parents or carers about what to expect from our remote education where national or local restrictions require entire cohorts (or bubbles) to remain at home.

Click here to see our Remote Education Provision offer



We endeavour to provide a safe and welcoming environment where children are respected and valued. We are alert to the signs of abuse and neglect and follow our procedures to ensure that children receive effective support, protection and justice. The procedures contained in our safeguarding policy apply to all staff and governors and are consistent with those of the Devon safeguarding children board (DSCB).

Please click here to access our current Safeguarding Policy

or visit our Safeguarding Page

Collective Worship
Remote Education
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