- Admissions Policy Review September 2023
- Adverse Weather Conditions Policy Review October 2023
- Anti Bullying Policy Review October 2023
- Attendance Policy Review September 2023
- Behaviour Policy Review October 2023
- Bereavement Policy Review July 2024
- Charging and Remissions Policy Review September 2023
- Child Protection Policy Review September 2023
- Collective Worship Policy Review September 2025
- Complaints Procedure Policy Review May 2024
- Curriculum Policy Review September 2023
- ECT Policy Review January 2024
- English Policy Review March 2024
- Equality Policy Review September 2023
- ICT Policy Review September 2023
- Keeping children safe in education 2022 2023
- Medical Needs in School Review February 2024
- Pupil Premium Policy Review December 2024
- Remote Learning Policy Review September 2022
- RSE Policy Review June 2023
- Safeguarding Policy Review September 2023
- Special Educational Needs Review January 2024
- Whistleblowing Policy Review April 2024
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We have no employees with an income over £100k.
The school benchmarking data is incorrect due to an upload error on our income between SCC and DfE. This is the same for all SCC schools.
National Tutoring Programme 2021-2022
Tuition Tutoring is defined as a teacher, teaching assistant or other professional educator providing intensive and individualised academic support to pupils in either one-to-one or small group arrangements.
The National Tutoring programme (NTP) is intended to help close the education gap which widened as a result of COVID-19. We know that disadvantaged and vulnerable pupils face more barriers during school disruptions including problems in accessing digital devices and difficulties in studying autonomously at home.
The school-led tutoring grant in the academic year 2021 to 2022 will be calculated based on the number of pupils eligible for pupil premium.
We used the school led tutoring approach which is defined as “members of a school’s own personnel, either currently employed or specifically engaged for this purpose, including retired, returning or supply teachers, support staff, and others”
We looked at ways in which we could boost engagement, further support communication, and focus on some of our more complex pupils.
The targeted work which we planned was as follows :-
Music therapy , Play therapy, Keystone tuition and behaviour support .
96 pupils had some form of tutoring total number of hours delivered 1414.
Springwell's Total Spend for 2021 2022 was £66,458. The Grant allocation was £44,943.75