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Catch up funding is to be allocated to schools to help targeted pupils make up the lost learning time during lockdown.

Catch Up Premium Statement – CEO

At Whitkirk, we are in the process of identifying both the children for this work as well as looking more widely for loss of key skills which are preventing children making the necessary progress.
We are concentrating on a reading intervention for Y5/6 children as well as extra reading support for both fluency and comprehension in Lower Key Stage 2. Additionally, we are looking to increase our phonics provision for Key Stage 1 and Early Years children with a focus on speech and language professional development for our key teaching staff in this area.
We will also use our funding to supplement high quality reading resources and to fund assessment strategies to help us identify gaps in key knowledge and basic skills so teaching can be targeted to address these.

 

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Red Kite Learning Trust is committed to advancing equality of opportunity, fostering good relations as well as eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation. We oppose all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination, whether because of age, ethnicity, disability, gender, religion and belief, and sexual identity or any other condition or requirement which places a person at disadvantage and cannot be justified. The impact of all policies, practices and day-to-day activities are considered to ensure that no member of the community is discriminated against or put at a disadvantage.

Please click here to view our Trust Equality Policy.

 

Please click here to view our Ofsted Report – 2017

 

Please click here to view our Performance and Results table

 

Primary schools are provided with specific money to promote and encourage PE and sport for all children. Our PE and Sport Funding Overview will be uploaded shortly.

PE and Sport Premium Report Whitkirk

 

Positive Behaviour Policy

Anti Bullying Policy

 

The Pupil Premium is an additional sum of money that is allocated to schools to support the learning of vulnerable groups of children.
Read more in our pupil premium report and pupil premium expenditure here
By following this link, you will be directed to the Pupil Premium Policy.

 

Please click here to view our Exam and Assessment Results
Please note, due to the current pandemic, no data has been recorded for 2020.