Statutory Information

Under the current legislation governing schools the school website must hold key information. This is where that information can be found. The list is currently as follows:


Ofsted and Performance Information

Pupil Premium and Sports Premium

School Policies

Special Educational Needs Information Report


If you are considering Rayleigh Primary School for your child, you would be most welcome to visit, meet one of our Senior Management team and have a tour of the school.

To make an appointment to visit please contact Miss Browne in the school office, either by email or by phone 01268 775712

School visits in the Autumn term usually involve more than one family touring together in a morning when the Headteacher is available. During the Spring and Summer terms we are happy to make individual appointments throughout the week.

Admissions to the school Nursery are handled through the school by Miss Browne in the office; email

Our Nursery takes children in the Academic year (Sept - Aug) that they turn four.

Places in the Nursery are allocated on the basis of having siblings in the school, Catchment area, then distance from the school (as the crow flies).

Please note that a place in the Nursery does not guarantee a place in the school

For either entry to Reception or for a Mid Year Transfer you must apply through the Essex County website. Please use the link - Essex County Admissions


Essex Local Authority Manages the Appeals system for Rayleigh Primary School. How to appeal is available on their website and an A4 summary from the Local Authority is enclosed below.

LA Appeals.pdf

Ofsted and Performance Information

All schools must publish relevant information about their performance and OFSTED inspections. We have yet to be inspected as an Academy.

Current OFSTED information

Schools and College Performance Tables

You can comment on the school through Parent View, using the link.

Rayleigh Primary School Pupil Performance 2018

Statutory Information for the Website - Key Stage 2 Results

  1. Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics = 75.4%

  2. Average progress in Reading = 1.6

  3. Average progress in Writing = 2.7

  4. Average progress in Mathematics = 1.4

  5. Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in Reading, Writing and Mathematics = 26.2%

  6. Average scaled score in Reading = 107.9

  7. Average scaled score in Mathematics = 107

  8. Average scaled score GPS = 109.3

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is fund generated by the percentage of children deemed disadvantaged in a school. It is aimed a closing the gap between disadvantaged children's achievement and non-disadvantaged children's achievement.

PupilPremium 2018-19

Sports Premium

Part of the Olypmic games legacy was to increase the numbers of children taking part in physical exercise. This was funded by the Sports Premium. Schools are asked to work towards overcoming the barriers children face in taking part in physical exercise.

Sport Premium 2019-2020.pdf

Covid Catch Up Premium

Covid Catch Up Premium 2020-2021.pdf

School Policies

Constantly being reviewed, these policies guide our practice at Rayleigh Primary School.

As part of the South Essex Alliance Multi-Academy Trust, we also draw upon their policies when the legal duty lies with the employer.

South Essex Alliance Multi-Academy Trust Policies.

Rayleigh Primary School Specific Policies

Trade Union Representation

Required disclosure for the year ended 31 August 2018

No of employees who were relevant union officials during the year ended 31 August 2018 – 1 employee

Percentage of time spent on union facility 1-50% - 1 employee

Total cost of facility time - £0

Total pay bill - £2,747,000