Key Information

Below you can find the following:

  • Equality Objectives

  • Annual Reports and Accounts

  • Trustees & Directors

  • Exclusions arrangements

  • Internal Exclusions

  • SEND

  • School Results

For Policies click here

Equality Objectives

  • Strive to achieve equality of opportunity for all, adults and pupils, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, disability, religious belief, sexual orientation and socio-economic background.
  • Promote a harmonious environment (social cohesion)
  • Strive for all pupils to achieve the highest possible standards in their learning and make good progress and to be committed to closing the gaps in progress and attainment.
  • Ensure that the appointment of staff is in line with equal opportunities legislation
  • Ensure that the governing body of the school reflects diversity
  • Identify barriers to learning and participation and provide appropriately to meet a diversity of needs
  • To promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through daily teaching, with particular reference to issues of equality and diversity.

Annual Reports and Accounts

Please click here for the Avanti Schools Trust Annual Report

Trustees & Directors

Our central core team comprises leading educationalists, HMIs, previous headteachers, previous directors of LEAs, project managers and business and community leaders.

Please click on the link below for information on Trustees and Directors:

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Exclusions arrangements

We are an inclusive school and will work hard to develop strategies to include all children. However, in extreme cases, the school will make exclusions to maintain the health and safety of all our community.

The school endeavours to do all it can to avoid permanent exclusion. However, a permanent exclusion is for extreme and significant breaches of behaviour, for example, physically aggressive behaviour towards others in school. When such cases are considered, referral should be made to the DFE guidance and liaison with the local authority and the Trust will be undertaken.

Fixed term exclusions are for serious breaches of the school rules. Some examples are:

• refusal to follow staff direction
• stealing school property
• damaging school property
• causing injury to another person
• misconduct when representing the school off site.

If your child is excluded you will be contacted by the school and informed of the reason for exclusion, the length of the exclusion and who to contact should you need support or what to do if you want to appeal the exclusion. (Please see School Behaviour Policy – avanti.org.uk/governance)

All exclusions are reported to the local authority, Trust and the Chair of the School Stakeholder Committee.

The Deputy Principal has the authority to exclude pupils in the absence of the Principal.

Internal Exclusions

Internal exclusions will be at the discretion of Senior Leadership Team (SLT), although the Principal will be kept informed of the status of internal exclusions on a daily basis and will be in response to a culmination of behaviour incidents or extreme and serious single incident.

Internal exclusions will be decided and coordinated by a member of SLT. An internal exclusion is different to a time out/reflection in another classroom.

If a student has an internal exclusion they will be sent with appropriate work to complete supervised by a member SLT.  SLT will inform the students’s parents and record the incident and steps taken to avoid future incidents. The student will be monitored and supported by the SLT, including the SENCO, following the exclusion.

The approximate length of an internal exclusion will be no longer than 30-45min at any one time.

External exclusions will follow guidance from The Avanti Schools Trust School Behaviour policy. Only the Principal and Deputy Principal can exclude children externally. A decision to externally exclude will only be taken when all other possibilities and strategies have been exhausted, including close partnership with the parents to improve the students behaviour.

SEND

Mrs Carrillo (SENCo)
Mrs Carrillo (SENCo)

Krishna Avanti Primary School is a fully inclusive Hindu faith mainstream school that admits pupils from 4 years old up to 11 years. We aim to ensure that all pupils achieve their potential, personally, socially, emotionally and academically in all areas of the curriculum (regardless of their gender, ethnicity, social background, religion, sexual identity, physical ability or educational needs).

The school Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator (SENCo) is Mrs Carrillo. For any queries, please use the Contact Form below and select Special Educational Needs and our SENCo will get back to you as soon as possible. If the Class Teacher is the correct person at this point, please select Class Teacher and then your child’s class.

If your child is already at the school, the first point of call should be the child’s class teacher who can liaise with the SENCo for you. Where external agencies are involved, the SENCo may be better placed to help and will be happy to do so. The class teacher will be available for quick updates each day but where more time is needed, an appointment can be made with the SENCo.

Click the image to the left for information about our commitment to providing an excellent education for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

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I know I’ve made the right choice for my daughter.  The Head, teachers are all very welcoming and supportive.  I know I can go to her with any concerns with my daughter and also will help me and guide me on how I can support my daughter’s growth.  I look forward to seeing my daughter flourish and grow with this school.

Parents of Foundation Two Child, November, 2020

I’ve moved my son to Krishna Avanti this year. He came from another school and was really struggling. In a space of a few months he is striving at your school – I wished we had moved him earlier.

Parent, January 2021

Results and Performance

Please note that these results are not current due to the Covid pandemic and the cancelling of all National Tests (Phonics and SATs etc…) in 2020 and 2021