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13/09/19

Retweetd From Literacy Trust

Happy ! With more than 20 wonderful children's titles, there’s something to interest everyone, from animal lovers and poetry fans to budding inventors and magicians! What's your favourite Roald Dahl story? 📚🍫🍑💫 https://t.co/qrvwRSONc7

13/09/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Year 11 have begun their rock climbing course as part of their GCSE PE course https://t.co/qjZOy7liG2

13/09/19

Retweetd From Tenace Coaching

⚠️ PARENTS IN STRATFORD ⚠️ ⚠️ ONLY 3 SPACES LEFT ⚠️ 🎾 Junior Coaching Courses 🎾 4-7 year olds 🎾 Sunday Mornings 10am-11am 🎾 🎾 FREE Tennis Racket 🎾 FREE Personalised T-shirt https://t.co/c8yXQVS68D https://t.co/Rm1oKnBXeD

12/09/19

Retweetd From Schools Plus Ltd

We're excited to be hosting Academy Achievers at Chobham Academy. They'll be running a variety of classes and sessions to help pupils, including an exciting Robotic Club. Find out more details on their website - https://t.co/q5alPNsknt https://t.co/9oV7my6FBX

10/09/19

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

What a fantastic start to the year for our . Thank you to for a fabulous programme and to for the use of the venue. https://t.co/slTRp5Px2O

09/09/19

Retweetd From Stella Pollard

Love this quote from https://t.co/D7COpiCoIE

09/09/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

A massive congratulations to year 10 student Omari, who was called up to the England national U15 training camp over the summer break. Well done Omari and keep it up 👏⚽️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 https://t.co/qsU6Gylsvs

09/09/19

Retweetd From Shane Richardson

At today, first ResearchEd event - looking forward to a fascinating day. Greeted with some Tennyson outside https://t.co/6DfSJ5dbgd

09/09/19

Retweetd From Mr MacGuire

One of my favourite quotations outside https://t.co/1Jh4L0cAGO

09/09/19

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

It's been a fantastic start to the ! Can you spot our 250+ in the crowd!? https://t.co/RzSaneGk2o

09/09/19

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09/09/19

Retweetd From Clive 🙋🏼‍♂️

It would be wrong to end today without thanking everyone involved with - The support staff, catering staff & all at for their running of the day, & every single speaker who gave their time for free to benefit our profession. Couldn’t happen without you all

09/09/19

Retweetd From Charlotte Forwood

A few takeaways from today in London - thanks for another great opportunity to listen, debate & reflect as well as make new connections thanks for hosting https://t.co/K3Y6LABhKE

09/09/19

Retweetd From James Murphy

Huge admiration for the staff , the volunteers, the indefatigable and the Energiser Bunny that day s . What I saw yesterday was sheer hard work all day - combined with warmth and a lot of talent! Big thanks. https://t.co/0bJzolKUaV

06/09/19

Hi, there is no parking on site at the venue however there is parking at Westfields or at Stratford Internation Station which are both only a short walk away! Thanks

06/09/19

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

Looking forward to getting our induction year off to a fantastic start with on Saturday. See you all tomorrow!

04/09/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

The new year 9 GCSE PE students hit the ground running with learning about bones and the structure and functions of the skeletal system. https://t.co/GDeFeUjk8L

04/09/19

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

Great to see some of our there! https://t.co/wNSvIZ4Q6r

04/09/19

Retweetd From Pedro Martin

Wishing you all the best

Harris Academies
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Equalities & Additional Intervention

Equality of Opportunity and Additional Support

 We believe that all children should be equally valued at Chobham. We strive to eliminate prejudice and discrimination, and to develop an environment where all students can flourish and feel safe. At Chobham we value the talents of everyone and no student is allowed to fail.

Chobham Academy is committed to inclusion and part of our strategic planning involves developing cultures, policies and practices that include all learners. We aim to engender a sense of community and belonging, and to offer new opportunities to learners who may have experienced previous difficulties. At Chobham, every student is an individual and we will respond to learners in ways that take into account their varied life experiences and needs.

We believe that educational inclusion is about equal opportunities for all learners, whatever their age, gender, demographic group, ethnicity, additional need, attainment and background. We pay particular attention to the provision for and the achievement of different groups of learners:

  • Students from families that are financially disadvantaged (Pupil Premium)
  • Students who arrive at Chobham with below nationally expected performance in any curriculum area
  • Boys and Girls
  • Students from minority faiths, ethnicities, travellers, asylum seekers and refugees
  • Students who have English as an additional language (EAL)
  • Students who have Special Educational Needs or a disability (SEND)
  • Students who are Gifted and Talented (G&T)
  • Students who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender (LGBT)
  • Students who are Looked After Children (LAC)
  • Young carers, sick children and children from families under stress

The Chobham Academy Pupil Premium spending plan 2018-19

Overview

The Government introduced the Pupil Premium Grant in 2011. This grant which is additional to core school funding, is seen by the Government as the best way to address the national inequalities between students eligible for free school meals, or who have been within the last six years, (PP) and Looked after Children (LAC) and other students. The grant helps ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the students who need it most. PP is allocated to schools and is clearly identifiable in our budget. Academies can decide how PP money is spent as they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual students for whom they have responsibility.

At Chobham Academy we support all of our students. We do this by providing high quality classroom teaching supplemented by interventions to support vulnerable learners as well as additional support to enable our high ability students to achieve high academic standards. All leaders in this Academy including the Governors are committed to ensuring that PP funding is targeted to provide the best possible outcomes to students who may be at a disadvantage.

Proportion of students eligible for the Pupil Premium Grant              

16/11/2018

PP Per Student

No of Students

Total PP Funding

Primary (excl Nur)

£1,320

177

£233,640

Secondary (excl 6th form)

£935

507

£474,045

Total (Pri & Sec)

 

684

£707,685

Overall current PP % = 42.06%

Number of LAC students: 4                                     

We have used our Academy data on achievement, progress, attendance and exclusions to look at where there may be any gaps between PP and LAC students compared to students who at not PP or LAC. These are areas which nationally show there are gaps and this suggests a conclusion of inequality of provision or of misdirected provision at national level. At Chobham Academy these gaps are less than the national trend. However the gaps are still evident and we aspire to close these more rapidly.

Barriers to success:

  • Attendance and punctuality
  • Literacy
  • Cultural capital

These are the three key issues which can cause underachievement in our disadvantaged students. We are committed to eradicating these barriers and therefore the spending plan has been prioritised in these areas to maximise the potential of our disadvantaged students. Every outcome is carefully scrutinised in order for us to re-direct resources as appropriate; staff at every level are directly involved in this evaluation so that every student is provided for.

Resource

Intervention

Impact analysis

Budget

£000

Attendance Officer

 

The attendance officer communicates with staff on PP/LAC attendance daily.

Identified list of poor attenders on PP to be on attendance tracker. Reviewed half termly.

Attendance of LAC students

Attendance of PP students

25k

Welfare Officer

 

Tracks the overall progress, attendance and behaviour of PP students and other students identified as vulnerable.

Attendance/Exclusions/Progress of PP students.

25k

Contribution to Educational Welfare Officer

Target group including PP students.

 

14k

Careers advisory package

The Academy buys in a careers programme; consultants will meet with all students in Years 10 and 11 and also identify PP students in Year 9 so advice and guidance is given earlier. Spend more time with those on PP that need additional information, advice and guidance to secure appropriate pathways for the future.

Destinations data

25k

Speech and Language intervention

Our specialist Speech and Language team run intervention groups for 4 days a week throughout the year. A high % of these students are PP or LAC.

Speech and language data

Progress data

Examination results

25k

Year 11 additional tuition after hours, weekends and holidays, free revision materials

Federation consultants work closely with year 11 and track progress forensically, putting in place additional tuition where required. They know students who are LAC and PP and will continue to make additional provision where required, to secure the best possible examination results. Comprehensive holiday sessions are scheduled during every break, and a range of highly subsidised and/or free resources are offered to PP and LAC students

 Examination outcomes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Examination outcomes

20k

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10k

Maths

 

 

Marginal students on PP/LAC will be identified for 1-1 tuition in Maths and English in both primary and secondary

English Teacher with SEN responsibility

In order to ensure that literacy needs are met and curriculum design can be successfully delivered, we have increased the English staffing

Student progress data  at KS3 and KS4

35k

Literacy Intervention

To enable class sizes of 6-10 as required for the delivery of the phonics course. To ensure that the LRC has the necessary books to engage readers of all abilities.

To pay for the accelerated reading licences for both primary and secondary

To pay for Literacy Lead teacher

Reading age increase

English and literacy progress data

Performance data of students in RW intervention sets

Staff training needs met

15k

Alternative provision placements

We provide full and part time respite placements for key students who are struggling to cope with the demands of mainstream education provision. By using the placements, this ensures that students have every opportunity to keep a place in their school as an alternative to permanent exclusion.

Permanent Exclusion data

Success on re-integration

60k

 

Learning mentors x 3

Learning Mentors work with students who have had more than one exclusion. They are particularly targeted towards those students coming from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Progress outcomes

Behavioural data

90k

Head of Year Allowances

The Heads of Year have a range of responsibilities and will track PP students who are not doing as well as their peers in terms of progress. They will oversee the improvements we want to see in learning and behaviour.

Progress of targeted students

25k

Counselling service

The Academy buys in counselling support, targeted at vulnerable students with a specific focus on PP and LAC students. Referrals are made through Assistant Principals to ensure that the correct criteria are addressed.

Evaluations from students/families/staff

20k

On site reflection provision

The Academy provides an on-site reflection room to enable students to continue with their studies rather than receiving fixed-term exclusions. Restorative justice sessions are part of the reintegration process.

Exclusion data

Behavioural data

5k

Financial support for trips and enrichment programmes

All students must be able to attend trips and enrichment programmes and this will often need support from the Academy for students on PP or LAC

Participation rates

Student evaluations

10k

Targeted group work with specialist visitors on Innovation Days

Participation rates for PP and LAC students are important in order to broaden horizons and raise aspirations, we often need to encourage students to try new activities therefore the Academy often needs to set up taster days and fund activities.

Participation rates

Student evaluations

10k

Uniform grant

This can provide essential support for families in particularly challenging financial circumstances

Data on spending

Report to Finance committee

5k

University trips and visits

Enrichment to focus on students in Years 10 and 11 to ensure progression to further and higher education. 

% of students applying to university should be above national average.

 5k

Funding expenses and teaching resources

Subject areas are able to bid for specific resources to ensure that the needs of our disadvantaged students are met. To include text books, laptops and tablet devices.

Data on spending

Report to Finance Committee

30k

 

Contingency

For projects arising not included above.

 

20k

Total

£474,000

The Harris Chobham Academy Pupil Premium spending plan 2017-18

Secondary and Cross Phase

The Government introduced the Pupil Premium Grant in 2011. This grant which is additional to core school funding, is seen by the Government as the best way to address the national inequalities between students eligible for free school meals, or have been within the last six years, (PP) and Looked after Children (LAC) and other students. This grant will ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the students who need it most. PP is allocated to schools and is clearly identifiable in our budget. Academies can decide how PP money is spent as they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual students for whom they have responsibility.

At Chobham Academy we support all of our students. We do this by providing high quality classroom teaching supplemented by interventions to support vulnerable learners as well as additional support to enable our high ability students to achieve high academic standards. All leaders in this Academy including the Governors are committed to ensuring that PP funding is targeted to provide the best possible outcomes to students who may be at a disadvantage.

Proportion of students eligible for PPG                 

01/12/2017

PP Per Pupil

No Of Pupils

Total PP Funding

Primary (excl Nur)

£1,320

147

£194,040

 

£1,900

3

£5,700

Total Primary (excl Nur)

 

150

£199,740

Secondary (excl 6th form)

£300

1

£300

 

£660

1

£660

 

£935

394

£368,390

 

£1,320

83

£109,560

 

£1,900

7

£13,300

Total Secondary (excl 6th form)

 

486

£492,210

Total (Pri & Sec)

 

636/1512

£691,950

Overall current PP % = 42.06%

Number of LAC students: 4                                         

We have used our Academy data on attainment, progress, attendance and exclusions to look at where there may be any gaps between FSM and LAC students compared to students who at not FSM or LAC. These are areas which nationally show there are gaps and this leads to a conclusion of inequality of provision. At Chobham Academy these gaps are less than the national trend and they are closing rapidly since opening, however the gaps are still evident and we aspire to close these completely.

Key barriers to success:

  • Attendance and punctuality
  • Literacy
  • Cultural capital

These are the three key issues which can cause underachievement in out disadvantaged students. We are committed to eradicating these barriers and therefore the spending plan has been prioritised in these areas to maximise the potential of our disadvantaged students. Every outcome is carefully scrutinised in order for us to re-direct resources as appropriate; staff at every level are directly involved in this evaluation so that every student is catered for.

Resource

Intervention

Impact analysis

Budget

SIRC Attendance Officer

 

The attendance officer communicates with LA on LAC attendance daily.

Identified list of poor attenders on PP to be on attendance tracker. Reviewed half termly.

Attendance of LAC students

Attendance of PP students

15k

SIC Welfare Officer

 

The welfare officer tracks the overall progress, attendance and behaviour of LAC students and other students identified as vulnerable.

Attendance/Exclusions/Progress of LAC students. PEP reports.

15k

Careers advisory package

The Academy buys in a careers programme; consultants will meet with all students in years 10 and 11 but will also identify FSM students in year 9 so good advice and guidance can be given earlier. He/ she will also spend more time with those on PP that need additional information, advice and guidance to secure appropriate pathways for the future.

Destinations data

7k

Speech and Language intervention

Our specialist Speech and Language team run intervention groups for 4 days a week throughout the year. A high % of these students are PP or LAC.

Speech and language data

Progress data

Examination results

30k

Year 11 additional tuition after hours, weekends and holidays, free revision materials

The Federation consultants work closely with year 11 and track progress forensically, putting in place additional tuition where required. They know students who are LAC and PP and will continue to make additional provision where required, to secure the best possible examination results. Comprehensive holiday sessions are scheduled during every break, and a range of highly subsidised and/or free resources are offered to PP and LAC students

 

 

50k

  1. tutoring

Maths

 

 

Marginal students on PP/LAC will be identified for 1-1 tuition in Maths and English in both primary and secondary

English and maths residential

These are crucial to securing good exam success and popular with students, they are fully funded for students on PP and LAC. Three are scheduled for Year 11 students throughout the year

 

English Teacher

In order to ensure that literacy needs are met and curriculum design can be successfully delivered, we have increased the English staffing

Student progress data  at KS3 and KS4

30k

Literacy Intervention

To enable class sizes of 6-10 as required for the delivery of the phonics course. To ensure that the LRC has the necessary books to engage readers of all abilities.

To pay for the accelerated reading licences for both primary and secondary

Timetabled Literacy Intervention in primary – Students with a LUCID spelling score significantly below age related expectations and also those referred by teacher assessment.

Champions of literacy lead initiatives across the curriculum using strategies to support students to raise attainment in Literacy and Numeracy.

Reading age increase

English and literacy progress data

Performance data of students in RW intervention sets

Staff training needs met

20k

Alternative provision placements

The LA offers full and part time respite placements for students who are struggling to cope with the demands of mainstream education provision. By using the placements, this ensures that students have every opportunity to keep a place in their school as an alternative to permanent exclusion.

Permanent Exclusion data

Success on re-integration

10k

 

Learning mentor

A learning mentor works with students on PSPs who have had more than one exclusion. He supports in class and mentors to improve BfL. PP and LAC students to be prioritised and monitored closely.

Exclusion data

10k

Pastoral Leaders

The Academy Pastoral Leaders have a wide range of responsibilities and will track a group of PP students who are not doing as well as their peers in terms of progress. They will oversee the improvements we would want to see across a particular area.

Progress of targeted students

20k

Counselling service

The Academy buys in counselling support, targeted at vulnerable students with a specific focus on PP and LAC students. Referrals are made through APs to ensure that the correct criteria are addressed.

Evaluations from students/families

30k

On site internal exclusion provision

The Academy offers the provision of an on-site exclusion room to enable students to continue with their studies rather than receiving fixed-term exclusion. Restorative justice sessions are part of the reintegration process.

Exclusion data

15k

Financial support for trips and enrichment programmes

All students must be able to attend trips and enrichment programmes and this will often need support from the Academy for students on PP or LAC

Participation rates

Student evaluations

10K

Targeted group work with specialist visitors on innovation days

Participation rates for PP and LAC students are important in order to broaden horizons and raise aspirations, we often need to encourage students to try new activities therefore the Academy often needs to set up taster days and fund activities.

Participation rates

Student evaluations

5k

Uniform grant

This can provide essential support for families in particularly challenging financial circumstances

Data on spending

Report to Finance committee

2k

University trips and visits

Enrichment to focus on students in year 10 and 11 to ensure progression to further and higher education. 

% of students applying to university should be above national average.

 £10k

Principal’s fund

This is a fund that will be used as the need arises, maybe for instrumental lessons for a Music GCSE student, to buy some 1-1 support, to fund additional texts or buy in some external expertise as required

Data on spending

Report to Finance committee

40k

Funding expenses and teaching resources

Subject areas are able to bid for specific resources to ensure that the needs of our disadvantaged students are met. This will also meet any need for placements at alternative provision (e.g. Bromley Tutorial Foundation)

Data on spending

Report to Finance committee

100k

 

Total

£419,000

 

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