Community: Learning: Outcomes: Team
Cranbrook Education Campus is a fun and exciting place to be set at the heart of its’ community. Innovative teaching facilitates effective learning and leads pupils to achieve outstanding outcomes. A proud, motivated and committed team contribute to the success and development of aspiring, well rounded, lifelong learners. Pupils, staff and the school grow and thrive together as a leading educational establishment.
We promise to develop pupils who:
- Are active learners with high expectations of themselves
- Demonstrate the school values of Resilience, Respect, Forgiveness, Teamwork, Honesty and Perseverance
- Have aspirations for themselves and their peers
- Are confident enough to be individually resilient and collectively interdependent
- Have a sense of self-worth and are respectful and open to the world around them
- Have had a broad, rich learning experience involving cultural and sporting opportunities to widen their life experience and aspirations
We believe that every pupil should regularly enjoy a range of experiences and opportunities. Ten things every pupil should do before they leave are:
- Represent the school
- Visit an art gallery, museum, see a show at a theatre or attend a world class sporting or cultural event
- Be politically engaged
- Present or perform to an audience of peers such as in an assembly
- Engage in a wide variety of sporting and leisure activities and with the local surroundings
- Complete meaningful work experience with an employer
- Support a charity or voluntary organisation
- Participate in workshops with a bank and be aware of financial products and money issues
- Communicate with students in another school in a different part of the world and find shared ideas about their school life
- Read widely to broaden their knowledge of literature and the world, to include a newspaper, a journal/piece of academic literature, a Shakespeare text and a novel
Pupil Premium nationally
Pupil Premium is additional funding given to schools to support their disadvantaged students and help close the attainment gap between them and their peers. You can find out more about the Government rationale behind the funding by visiting: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pupil-premium-effective-use-and-accountability#payments
The Pupil Premium provides funding for students:
- Who have been in receipt of FSM (Free School Meals) at any point in the last 6 years.
- Who have been continuously looked after for at least the last 6 months
- Who are from families where one or more parents are currently in the British armed forces of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
- Meet the eligibility for Early Years Pupil Premium, further details can be found by visiting:https://www.gov.uk/guidance/early-years-pupil-premium-guide-for-local-authorities
All schools are held accountable for what they spend the Pupil Premium money on. Performance tables will capture the achievement of disadvantaged students covered by the Pupil Premium funding.
Cranbrook Education Campus is committed to providing effective resources and vital support for Pupil Premium students to improve their outcomes and life chances.
Pupil Premium Strategy/Summary 2020-2021: Pupil Premium Summary 2020-2021
Pupil Premium Strategy/Summary 2019-2020: Pupil Premium Summary 2019-2020
Pupil Premium Summary 2018-2019: Pupil Premium Summary 2018-2019
Pupil Premium Summary 2017-2018: Pupil Premium Summary 2017-2018
Pupil Premium Summary 2016-2017 : Pupil Premium Summary 2017
How we used Pupil Premium funding to provide enrichment activities for disadvantaged pupils 2015-2016