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04/04/20

Well deserved! Congratulations from all at ! https://t.co/kFpFxcLBUF

04/04/20

Retweeted From Stanborough School

Thank you to Mr Beevor (Stanborough’s Technology teacher) for creating face visors for the NHS and all this from his home!! Every little helps and will be a great help to so many. First batch done and more to come. Thank you so much Mr Beevor - from the Stanborough community. https://t.co/CJreYKQouv

04/04/20

Retweeted From SJLdrama

Isla Stevenson Y7 is a GCSE Drama student in the making 🎓 Some great vocabulary in this script annotation 🎭 https://t.co/9StmYv8KYI

04/04/20

Retweeted From Stanborough School

Thinking of all those who are working tirelessly to save lives. Let’s all do our part and keep safe during this gorgeous weekend ahead. ☀️☀️☀️ https://t.co/8TcxMEI5Hb

03/04/20

Retweeted From Rennie Grove Hospice Care

We need support from the community now more than ever. A HUGE thank you to School in for donating 70 face shields for our nurses to use. 💜

03/04/20

The next two weeks are officially the Easter holidays and so staff will not be setting work over that time, may we take the opportunity to wish the entire SJL community a safe and happy Easter. https://t.co/itaMaAknqY

03/04/20

After their appearance on ⁦⁩ this morning, the D&T team are working hard to break the 100 mask target. Delighted to have support from our friends ⁦⁩ today! https://t.co/igCLaKl2IW

03/04/20

Joining in September 2020? Year 11 students joining Sixth Form in September, summer work has now been published in readiness for starting A Level courses https://t.co/63dD1thkzt https://t.co/QKhPAIgQcO

03/04/20

Take some time over the Easter break to read our “Learning during the Coronavirus” document for helpful resources and guidance for students and families https://t.co/ckmleh0iMp https://t.co/biBuqHNvzP

03/04/20

Retweeted From BBC Bitesize

Morning! This is your last lesson drop of term. 😃 We hope you enjoy it! 5-7 yrs: Plants 🌱 https://t.co/D6p1pUkVVY 7-11 yrs: Writing ✏️ https://t.co/Dh2ajEV9Hh 11-14 yrs: Shapes 🔶 https://t.co/vIaJCnnlHs 14-16 yrs: Electricity 💡 https://t.co/HnTzZJLtN7 https://t.co/gNqqZsFPwB

03/04/20

Retweeted From BBC Press Office

BBC to deliver biggest push on education in its history - 14 weeks of educational programmes and lessons to every household in the country - whatever your child’s age, beginning on 20 April: https://t.co/Jhm4ANUjpR https://t.co/RRE5T4c5yH

03/04/20

Retweeted From UK Mathematics Trust

Welcome to Friday, everyone! Have fun with today's Problem Of The Day... https://t.co/aWtD51mAIl

02/04/20

Retweeted From Department for Education

If you’d like to share your appreciation for an amazing teacher you know, send them a thank you card for free at https://t.co/akNtb2kVCk 👩‍🏫👨‍🏫 https://t.co/CJwysis2gU

02/04/20

Retweeted From SRA Music

Definitely not one to miss this weekend, available from Friday evening see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat production, free on YouTube link in the article https://t.co/TEQNxowNxh

02/04/20

Retweeted From Sir John Lawes Art

Lockdown means Maltings Art Prize to go virtual Theme is the history of St Albans, inspiration can be taken from across the centuries, including the Romans, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance & the Victorian Age. More info in link or our Instagram feed https://t.co/YQQG7JZQ1v https://t.co/oINDLfMakb

02/04/20

Retweeted From Schools Week

Schools are making use of their labs to produce protective equipment for medics amid pleas hospitals are running out of supplies to deal with outbreak https://t.co/JNlWkaHudi

02/04/20

Retweeted From SRA - English

A really interesting article on how Shakespeare has been engaged with differently over time. Useful for all our students studying Shakespeare over this home learning period. https://t.co/CHKN2hpBbS

02/04/20

This week’s newsletter out now... https://t.co/8nCwa2t0Yo https://t.co/f5hQd4cBDT

02/04/20

Listen out for Mr Carey on tomorrow at 8.20 - talking about the great work our D&T department are doing making for the NHS. So many schools doing amazing things to support the community in these challenging times!

02/04/20

Retweeted From HarpendenAcademy

Our lovely children have made beautiful pop-up Easter cards today https://t.co/wb93c5F1oR

02/04/20

Retweeted From HarpendenAcademy

Reply from an NHS nurse to our year six letter thanking the NHS - stay at home everyone! https://t.co/GpGVDinxSH

02/04/20

Retweeted From SJL English

Are you looking for recommendations for great books to read? Why not read the books on the shortlist for the 2020 CILIP Carnegie book award? The award recognises the very best in children’s writing from the last year. For further info: https://t.co/ooyAnHEUif https://t.co/SUXobhQ2hi

02/04/20

Retweeted From rachel wakefield

The DT department at my children's school are making masks for GPs with their 3D printer. You can watch and learn how they do it and how to assemble them on their Instagram stories @ sjldt Amazing and fascinating. 👏👏👏👏

02/04/20

Retweeted From UK Mathematics Trust

Problem Of The Day. Have fun with it! https://t.co/Wk2UXuyIYL

02/04/20

Retweeted From SJL Ecoschools

Our daffodil Christmas gifts still bringing sunshine in these strange times thanks to https://t.co/pIfhD70w6I

02/04/20

A great resource from the Government about supporting children’s mental health and wellbeing during this period, including preteens and teenagers https://t.co/ovnKZqnHdE https://t.co/JaOz2hUHRC

02/04/20

The James Marshall Foundation do a tremendous job supporting young people in Harpenden and Wheathampsted - see below for details of how they can help. https://t.co/TtgTSrN9ao

02/04/20

Well done Mr Carey! https://t.co/QZ63wxjr7M

01/04/20

Retweeted From SJLdrama

Something for all KS 4 and 5 Drama students to enjoy and year 11 have a special theatre review challenge!#theatrematters https://t.co/4dob7hqzFD

01/04/20

Retweeted From SJLdrama

What a fantastic opportunity! The SJL Drama department will be making the most of this! https://t.co/sFgOAqTyxf

01/04/20

Thank you to all our St Albans & Harpenden Secondary Head teacher colleagues for coming together virtually today, to discuss how schools are approaching the current difficult situation. It's great to have such a supportive local educational community!

01/04/20

Wellbeing Wednesday: do more of what you enjoy https://t.co/5SN4a1jUKT

01/04/20

Retweeted From National Autistic Society

We know for many autistic people and their families it is difficult to cope with coronavirus and the impacts that is having on our daily life. To help, we’ve created some handy tips to help you during this time of uncertainty: https://t.co/uwIjhdsWt4 https://t.co/vCITozu7ru

01/04/20

Retweeted From UK Mathematics Trust

Happy Wednesday day, everyone. Here is today's Problem Of The Day... https://t.co/gQLVJ8K3RZ

01/04/20

Thank you to our D&T Faculty https://t.co/QG0oV5SXdj

01/04/20

Retweeted From SJL History

Year 11, a competition to keep you focused https://t.co/6uDjisLiKM

01/04/20

Retweeted From SRA - English

Reading lists for all key stages. Might be helpful for anyone in need of reading inspiration! 📚 https://t.co/LOVtIFTlkx

01/04/20

Delighted that SJL’s minibuses (along with many of their drivers) are now signed up to volunteer for the NHS! https://t.co/IBk28hN6ZR

01/04/20

Retweeted From SJL Geography

An interesting article on the positive effect of the lockdown on the environment - could help us consider air pollution targets in the future 🌍 https://t.co/UtW1mW1MH4

Pupil Premium at Sir John Lawes

Pupil Premium strategy document 2019-20

Background

The government first introduced the Pupil Premium in April 2011. This additional funding was allocated to the school to spend on children from low-income families who were known to be eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) in both mainstream and non-mainstream settings and children in Local Authority Care. Subsequently the eligibility criteria expanded to include (i) all students who had been in receipt of Free School Meals at any time over the previous six years (FSM), (ii) all Children Looked After (CLA) who are in care of, or provided with accommodation by, the local authority and (iii) children who have ceased to be looked after by a local authority in England and Wales because of adoption, a special guardianship order, a child arrangements order or a residence order. In addition children of parents in the armed services (Service Child) attract funding at a rate of £300 per student for any child who was eligible for the premium at any point since 2011.

Academies and schools can select how best to deploy these extra resources.

Sir John Lawes School

At Sir John Lawes School staff and governors are committed to ensuring that every student achieves her or his personal best and is able to move onto university, an apprenticeship or employment successfully. All of our work with students is underpinned by the Sir John Lawes ACE (Achievement, Care and Excellence)

Our work is informed by some of the research on how best to support students in receipt of pupil premium funding such as the ‘Education Endowment fund Teaching Toolkit’ and reports such as ‘Supporting the attainment of disadvantaged pupils: articulating success and good practice’ (DFE:2015).

Links to these two sources of information can be found below:-

Education Endowment fund Teaching Toolkit

https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/resources/teaching-learning-toolkit

‘Supporting the attainment of disadvantaged pupils: articulating success and good practice’ (DFE: 2015).

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/supporting-the-attainment-of-disadvantaged-pupils

Monitoring and Impact

We monitor the progress of students in receipt of pupil premium funding through within-year data analysis, HIT (High Impact Team) meetings, faculty and pastoral reviews and other self-evaluation processes such as learning walks and work scrutiny.  There is a link governor for Pupil Premium. As well as scrutinising data we use anonymised case studies to document the impact of interventions on an individual student.

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