Raising Attainment

 
RAISING ATTAINMENT

A very wide and exciting curriculum enables all students to learn in the way that suits them best, gives stretch and challenge for our most able students and expert support for those young people that need it to progress in their learning. Our belief is that every young person deserves to develop the full range of skills required to be successful in life and this leads to us involving a range of community groups and employers in the delivery of lessons and key activities during the year.
Whole School Targeted Support for individuals or small groups Short/Medium term Specialised Individual Support Medium/Longer term

High Quality Personalised Teaching (HQPT)
Appropriate curriculum regularly reviewed
Appropriate qualified staffing –teachers and teaching Assistants (TA)

Learning Materials Adapted

Homework- accessible and appropriate

Equality/Accessibility/Inclusion within published SEN and Equalities Policies


Appropriate provision for all learners with quality monitoring and rigorous lesson observations

Links between schools as part of ongoing reviews and sharing best practice

Working with families (and all stakeholders)- sharing curriculum information on the website/prospectus/newsletters

Transition

Policies- accessible to all stakeholders with regular reviews

Equipment/resources- appropriate to curriculum

Employment/health links- across the curriculum and in PHSE  (Every Child Matters)

Staff training/rigorous performance management

Pupil Voice- School Council, Student Perception Questionnaires etc

HQPT 
Adaptation of learning materials
Access to qualified teacher time
Effective support from an additional adult
Access arrangements

Homework- accessible and appropriately supported by school and family: available through a range of support and media


Meets equalities guidelines

 

 

Observations include the effectiveness of interventions and TA support with regular reviews of effectiveness

Observing and embedding examples of best practice

Sharing bespoke learning offers with reviews of progress

Plans for vulnerable learners

Inclusive to individual needs and within department policies Inclusion and Special educational Needs and Disability (SEND) policies

Additional resources provided to meet needs and adapted as necessary to ensure inclusion of all learners

Links with LA

Individuals to be consulted as appropriate with family support

HQPT 
Specialist staff eg Braille teacher
Provision/ support/intervention delivered by trained staff
Access arrangements
Links between schools/with Local Authority( LA)

Homework- accessible and appropriately supported by school and family: available through a range of support and media

Meets equalities guidelines

 


Observations include the effectiveness of time limited interventions and TA support with assessment of progress

Observing and embedding examples of best practice

Sharing bespoke learning offers with reviews of progress

Plans for vulnerable learners

Inclusive to individual needs and within department policies Inclusion and SEND policies

As required by (Education Health Care Plan) EHCP and inclusion of individual

Adapted as needed to ensure inclusion of all learners

Links with LA

Individuals to be consulted as appropriate with family support