UK Education system and how it works at Redfield Educate Together. Presentation from the meetings available here
See below for school meals; Breakfast and After school clubs; Pupil Premium Report; Ofsted and Performance tables.
All our meals follow the government guidance on healthly school meals. All children eat together at lunchtime with staff enjoying a range of home-cooked and locally sourced food. Our chef, Toru, and his team vary the menu regularly to take advatage of seasonal foods and fruits. Here is a copy of our latest menu. From time to time we have family suppers where all are welcome to have supper. Every week we have a family breakfast where all can share breakfast before the school day. The menu for this includes yogurt and granola, bacon and egg muffins, cheese and herb muffins, french toast, toast and honey or jam. All diets are catered for including halal, gluten free, vegetarian.
Halal Meat Certificates.
All our meat is either non-halal or halal. Unless parents have told us they wish their child to have halal meat all children are given non-halal meat. Both meats are cooked separately and kept separate for serving. All children and adults have a choice. Family breakfasts and supers have non-halal and halal options.
Breakfast Club and After School Club
These run every day in the school hall and can be booked and paid for online the week before.
A nutritious breakfast of cereal, toast, orange juice and milk is provided and there are games and activities for the children. This costs £2.00 a day. Children receiving Pupil premium may have a free space but must book it in advance.
After School club
3.10 - 5.15pm First hour or part of is £3.50 and includes drink and sandwiches, second hour or part of is £3.00.
There are different themes and activities each day or the children can just relax with games, books and videos.
These start in November and include art, sports, dance, gardening etc. We vary them according to the interests of children and staff are welcome to help at these and run clubs if they wish.
Term Dates: This year2017-2018
What is the Pupil Premium Grant?
Pupil Premium Grant (historically called free school meals) is an amount of money given to schools to enable them to raise the attainment of children from certain backgrounds or in certain situations.
How you can help the school secure Pupil Premium funding?
Follow the link below and complete the application process.
Translations of Pupil Premium information form:
Rates for eligible pupils
There are different rates but the main two for primary children are
£1320 per year for primary aged children who are recorded as meeting the criteria.
What’s more, once you are recorded as eligible for pupil premium it does not matter if your circumstances change; the school will still receive the funding.
So, what’s the eligibility criteria?
Your child may be able to get pupil premium if you receive any of the following:
- Income Support
- Income-based Jobseekers Allowance
- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
- Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
- the Guarantee element of State Pension Credit
- Child Tax Credit (provided you’re not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual gross income of no more than £16,190)
- Working Tax Credit run-on - paid for four weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit
- Universal CreditService Child premium
- Children of parents serving in the armed forces
So hit the link above or ask the office for help.
2016-2017 How many children are currently eligible for PPG
There are currently 20 children eligible in the school
How will the impact of the spending of the Pupil Premium be measured?
To monitor progress on attainment, new measures will be included in the performance tables that will capture the achievement of students covered by the Pupil Premium. The usual cycle of data collection and the monitoring and tracking of the cohort’s attainment, will be used to inform student progress and enable the early identification of need, support and appropriate intervention. The strategy is reviewed regularly to ensure maximum impact with a full review July each year.and
How we spent the grant of £23,650 in 2015-16
We use the money received to address barriers to learning which include:
- Language access
- Parental engagement
- Literacy levels
The sports premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in the 2015 to 2016 academic year, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.
1. All pupils engaged in regular physical activity and aware of the benefits of healthy active lifestyles
2. the profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement by giving children experience of competitive sport and excellence in specific areas
3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
5. increased participation in competitive sport
Regular staff training and review ensures sustainability.
Last year (2015-16) we received £8585. This was spent on sports equipment including the climbing frame, mats and games equipment.
2016-17 we will receive £8875. We plan to use this for staff training, netting for the multi-use games area and coaches to sports events.
As the school is growing a year at a time we will not have Key Stage 2 performance data until 2021.