Support for 100% Achievement
The Campus has high aspirations for all its students to achieve age related expectations at key stage 3 and key stage 4. Staff adapt their teaching based on an understanding of what students can and can’t do so that individuals experience an appropriate level of challenge.
We recognise, however, that at different points in their life students may face barriers to learning which may prevent them from achieving their potential. This may be because of illness, poor self-esteem, mental health issues, or gaps in their prior learning.
To help students to overcome these barriers, the Campus employs dedicated support staff who specialise in counselling, health and well-being, careers and academic tutoring. Many of these are located in the Progress Centre.
The Progress Centre provides a number of additional support services that can be accessed during the school day, at weekends and during the school holidays.
- One-to-one academic tutoring
- Parent counselling drop-in – Wednesday 2.00pm-3.00pm
- Student counselling drop-in – Wednesday 3.00pm-4.00pm
- One to one confidential counselling sessions
- Self-esteem workshops
- Anger management workshops
- Brook sexual health drop-in – Monday (and one to one available)
- Links to alternative services if specialist support is required
- Confidential email service – firstname.lastname@example.org
Students with SEND
Our inclusion team provides specialist support for students with a range of additional needs to help them to accelerate their progress
Pupil Premium support and Catch-up funding
Pupil Premium (PP) funding is provided to the school for every student in Years 7-11 who
- is eligible for Free School Meals (FSM)
- has been eligible for FSM in the last 6 years
- has been ‘Looked After’ by the Local Authority for more than 6 months
- has parents in the Armed Services
This funding provides a range of support that helps less well-off students to catch up with their peers where they have fallen behind. This is important because nationally, students from less well-off backgrounds do not do as well at school as other students. As a result fewer go on into the Sixth Form and fewer go to university. At Stantonbury, we want to work with students and families to change that.
If you are eligible for pupil premium, but have not registered, you can access information on how to do so here.