DfE (Department for Education) / Ofsted Information

Admission Information

Our admissions policies for past, current and future years of entry are available to view here.

Behaviour Policy

Please see here for our up-to-date behaviour policy, click here.

Charging Policy

Please see here for our charging and remissions policy.

Contact

Yateley School
School Lane,
Yateley GU46 6NW
01252 879222

SENCO = Mrs L Goredema

Exam and Assessment Results

Our 2017 key stage 4 results can be found here

Meanwhile, our 2017 key stage 5 results can be found here.

Questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact us!

Governors

Please see here for all details on our governing body at Yateley School.

Key SEND Information

Please see here for key SEND information.

Ofsted

Our 2015 Section 5 Ofsted inspection report can be viewed here. In 2016 Ofsted revisited the school under a monitoring visit, and that report can be viewed here. Finally our most recent “Parent View” of the school can be accessed here. Questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact us!

Performance Tables

To access the Performance Tables checking website for Yateley School please click here.

Disadvantaged Students

Attainment

Disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged students. For our full Pupil Premium Statement please click here (please note, you may need to click “login as guest”).

Attainment of students in 2017 by prior ability and disadvantage.

English Baccalaureate

Destinations

English Baccalaureate entry (24%) and achievement (16%). For more details on this measure click here.

Destinations of Yateley Students

Absence

Persistent Absence

Absence statistics for students at Yateley School compared to national averages.

Persistent absence of Yateley students compared with national.

KS5 (16-18) A Level Results

KS5 (16-18) Applied Comparison

A Level score comparison.

Applied qualifications comparison.

KS5 (16-18) A Level Average

KS5 (16-18) Applied Average

A Level grade comparison.

Applied average qualifications.

Main Study Programme

Percentage of students completing their main study programme.

Students in education or employment.

Students staying education or employment for at least 2 terms after 16-18 study.

Literacy and Numeracy Catch-Up Premium

For details on our literacy and numeracy catch-up policies please see our Literacy and Numeracy Catch-Up Premium 2017-18