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23/01/19

Retweeted From DidcotGardenTownCo

URGENT South Oxfordshire Sustainability CAMPAIGN object to housing numbers in South Oxon local plan by 18 Feb 2019 guidance at https://t.co/zrWsKSDylq remember to sue the word "object" formal repsponse https://t.co/M2wKZC12DT)

23/01/19

Retweeted From Place2Be

There are only 2 weeks to go until 2019 (4-10 February)! If you work with children and want to get involved, our group activities are full of ideas to save you valuable planning time. Download them here: https://t.co/E9ws9oc3kg https://t.co/3HY8KCOgBe

23/01/19

Retweeted From Kirsty Hewett

BBC News - Government to fund 2,900 school exchanges for poorer pupils https://t.co/zCdNn23mGN

23/01/19

Retweeted From VbE Zone

Love these calendars from . They are always so values-based. January's is all about . Download, print, use as guidance. Thanks Action For Happiness! https://t.co/ptUxsZnaXS https://t.co/mZtjWhybtE

23/01/19

Retweeted From Julie Hunter

Do you ever wonder how some teachers seem to have a never ending supply of and working with supportive colleagues makes a school a https://t.co/F3QEIbuWKa

23/01/19

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

shout out from https://t.co/JhMKbiTEGh

22/01/19

Join us this Saturday for our recruitment event from 10-12pm. Sign up here: https://t.co/Sacfu9DCnA https://t.co/unIx0m4hhY

21/01/19

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

Great to see our pedagogical approach being shared 🙌🏼

21/01/19

the two people we mentioned too as bringing mental wealth to our school! 🙌🏼

21/01/19

Retweeted From Oxfordshire FIS

Calling dads and dads to be. Your guide to Paternity rights, pay and leave from Working Families: https://t.co/WnZmMeEe3p https://t.co/SFWukVRhHl

21/01/19

Retweeted From Independent Thinking

Bookings now open for our very, very big Big Day Out at in July https://t.co/98Wb5qM0r4 Lods of Associates. Loads of nice people. Loads of ideas. Free ice cream. £99 (+VAT). Not a misprint. See you there.

20/01/19

Retweeted From @SchoolMentalHealth

A school in the very North have been let down by a facilitator for an introduction to Mental Health First Aid training on Tuesday evening. Do we have any twitter friends who offer such training please?

18/01/19

Retweeted From Where The Fruit Is

Congratulations. Such a valuable contribution to the present and future life stories of young people.

18/01/19

Retweeted From Roger FitzGerald

Great to see 1 of only 6 in UK to achieve Gold Status Excellence Mental Health ...will inform our research into pupil conference https://t.co/NQNL0aKdMO

18/01/19

Retweeted From The MB Learning and Research Centre

Fantastic news for Aureus school, lets try and get more Oxfordshire schools involved and working in this way! https://t.co/SiziIhvbDj

18/01/19

Happy to our winners who showed the value of Courage this week! 🙌🏼 https://t.co/rGaJmJlaw3

16/01/19

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

We have been inundated in requests for visits so we are hosting a day for visitors in February: https://t.co/XtbaaIHM7d

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is a funding allocated to schools by the Department of Education to increase social mobility and reduce the gap in performance between pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and their peers. Its purpose is to raise attainment, accelerate progress and fulfil the achievement potential of all children. Schools receive funding for each disadvantaged pupil and can use the funding flexibly, in the best interests of eligible pupils.

The school receives the following levels of Pupil Premium Grant for each student:
Free School Meal (Ever 6) = £935
Service children = £300
Looked after Children = £1900
Adopted from care or Special Guardianship or Residence order = £1900

It is up to schools to decide how to spend the Pupil Premium funding because they are best placed to assess what additional educational provision should be put in place to ensure maximum progress for all the children within their care. All schools are held accountable for how they have used the Pupil Premium funding and the impact it has had on the children’s learning.

To find out more about the support the Department for Education offers children and young adults, click here.

GLF Schools’ Aspiration for all children to Grow, Learn, and Flourish
All GLF Schools are committed to our core remit of providing an outstanding educational experience. 
Raising the attainment of disadvantaged pupils is part of our commitment to help all pupils achieve their full potential.

We aim for:

  • All children to enjoy their learning, attain high outcomes and be helped to become confident individuals and responsible citizens whilst making excellent progress in all respects
  • All children to benefit from an inclusive ethos, excellent teaching and a broad and balanced curriculum underpinned by strong leadership, in a local school
  • All children to be supported and encouraged to lead healthy and active lives

Aureus School’s Pupil Premium Strategy
Pupil Premium funding at Aureus School is used to raise the attainment of students in English and Maths as well as supporting the students holistically. 38% of our children are entitled to Pupil Premium funding. We will regularly review our Pupil Premium initiatives to ensure they are having a positive impact. Each year we will plan our priorities for the year’s expenditure based on the cohort of eligible children.

How Can You Access the Pupil Premium Funding at Aureus School?
Funding is allocated to the school based on an annual basis. It is important that if you think your child is eligible for Pupil Premium support that you contact Mr. A. Ali for more information.

Individual requests for financial support for school-based activities will be considered by the Headteacher - please contact the school’s Pupil Premium Lead: A.Ali@AureusSchool.org 

To find out more information on whether you are eligible for Free School Meals, please click here. For more information please contact the School Business Leader: E.Danby@AureusSchool.org

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement & Y7 Catch Up Funding