Achievement of Pupils:
Quality of Teaching:
Behaviour and Safety of Pupils:
Leadership and Management:
"The Students thoroughly enjoy school and behave exceptionally well because they are very interested in what they are doing. "
Read the full report here:
SIAMS Report here:


Pupil Premium 


PP grant allocation for 19/20- £12,180

Barriers to learning for our PP eligible pupils

- social emotional factors

- low self esteem and confidence

- access to specialist hobbies/ interests

- building relationships with peers and adults

- communication

Our spends are entered around the specific needs of the children who are eligible for this funding. We use 1 to 1 support approaches where relevant, group interventions & work with families & parents. 

Impact of these approaches is measured through pupil profiles, progress meetings and resilience scales.  


Date of next review- annually- April 2020

Pupil Premium Strategy document

Sports Premium


Sports premium allocation for 2018/19- £17,183

Sports Premium Strategy document


Our Staff
Senior Leadership Team

Executive Headteacher


Head of School 



Miss Julie Ingram


Mrs Emily McMillan


Mrs Jennifer Jinks

Administration Team

Office Manager

Administration Assistant 

Mrs Kim Smith

Mrs Tory Cook

Teaching Team

Class 1 - Reception - Mrs Kelly Lawrence  & Mrs Emily McMillan

Teaching Assistant - Miss Davina Rayner

Class 2 - Year 1 & 2 - Mrs Kirsti Locke & Mrs Jenny Jinks

Teaching Assistant - Mrs Paula Steele, Mrs Lisa Wyatt,   

Class 3 - Year 2 & 3 - Mrs Ann Masterman & Mrs Emily McMillan

Teaching Assistant - Mrs Debbie Terrell

Class 4 - Year 4 & 5 - Mr Gary Tuttlebee

Teaching Assistant - Mrs Sibley & Miss Ruth Jowitt

Class 5 - Year 5 & 6 - Mr Warren Easterbrook

Teaching Assistant - Mrs Hazel Martin & Miss Kat Enoch 

PE Teacher - Mr Dan Askew

SEN & PP Team - Mrs Jennifer Jinks

Wellbeing Leader- Mrs Hazel Martin

Catering Team

Catering Manager

Catering Assistant 

Mrs Becky McFadyen

Mrs Anne- Marie Rulten

Premises Team

Caretaker - Mr Denny Martin 

Cleaner - Mrs Marlene Boyle



Please click 'here' to check for any possible vacancies. 


Governors work together to provide an independent oversight, with the aim of improving the quality of the education provided at Fordham All Saints, raising standards and making decisions in the best interests of the School's pupils, staff and wider community.


The Board of Governors does not run the School or become involved with daily management; this is the job of the Headteacher and the leadership team. Governors help shape the aims and aspirations of the school, bringing a wider range of perspectives to all issues.


There are a number of key aspects to the work of the Board of Governors. They set policies, establish the School development plan, ensure that public funds are spent appropriately and effectively, ensure statutory duties are complied with and provide rigorous accountability.


All Governors are volunteers who meet as a Board of Governors at least three times a year. 


The Board of Governors of Fordham All Saints CE VC Primary School is comprised of:

Julie Ingram/ Emily McMillan
Warren Easterbrook
Rev Francis Blight
Mary Durlacher
Louise Smith
Andrew Cook 
Iain Jack
Alice Ward
Sue Leek
Head Teacher/ Head of School
Staff Governor
Foundation Ex-Officio Governor
Foundation/PCC Governor
Parent Governor
Parent Governor
Local Authority Governor
Co-opted Governor
Clerk to the Governing Body
Link Governor
Vice-Chair of Governor
Chair of Finance Governor
Chair of Governors
Safeguarding Governor
Premises & Health & Safety
Attendance Governor

Our governors can be contacted via the School Office

Key Documents for Governors:

Annual Governance Statement

Governor Attendance Information

Governor Information



To apply for a place for your child at the school please contact Essex County Council on:
0845 603 2200


Are you within our priority catchment area?
If you're unsure, please click here and input your address.
Admissions Criteria:
  1. Looked After Children and previously looked after children (as defined on page 14 of the Primary Education in Essex booklet);

  2. children with a sibling attending the school;

  3. children living in the priority admission area;

  4. remaining applications. 


In the event of oversubscription within any of the above criteria, priority will be determined by straight line distance from home to school, those living closest being given the highest priority. Straight line distances are calculated by the LA as described on page 11 of the Primary Education in Essex 2014/2015 booklet.


Exceptional medical circumstances (supported by medical evidence) may override the above (other than criterion 1) if, in the view of the Board of Governors, Fordham All Saints is the only local school that can meet the child’s needs.