• the purpose of assessment • the ways assessment may be carried out • how marking is carried out at Moat House and how it is used to inform staff and pupils of how well pupils are doing • how results of assessments are recorded for individual pupils (tracking) • how results are reported to pupils, parents and the Local Authority
At Moat House we are an inclusive community that aims to support and welcome pupils with medical conditions.
We aim to provide all pupils with all medical conditions the same opportunities as others at school.
We will help to ensure they can through the following:
Moat House ensures all staff understand their duty of care to children and young people (see appendix 7) in the event of an emergency
All staff feel confident in knowing what to do in an emergency (see appendix 7)
Moat House understands that certain medical conditions are serious and can be potentially life threatening, particularly if ill managed or misunderstood
Moat House understands the importance of medication being taken as prescribed
All staff understand the common medical conditions that affect children at this school. This school allows adequate time for staff to receive training on the impact medical conditions can have on pupils
Staff receive additional training about any children they may be working with who have complex health needs supported by an Individual Health Plan (IHP)
This policy is followed and understood by our school community, the Local Authority and Stockport Foundation Trust
There are no members of staff in this organisation who earn more than £100,000.
Coronavirus (Covid 19) Catch up premium
This grant was used to support students who had missed learning opportunities, especially in English and Maths, to be able to access extra sessions and sit exams. These catch up sessions required extra teaching hours. This was agreed with subject leaders and The Governing Body. Students were able to be entered for November resit GCSEs and Functional Skills exams. Moat House was also awarded 17 laptops from the DfE to assist post 16 and the EHCP students with remote learning.
Staff at Moat House are committed to ensuring that all students reach their full potential, and strive to ensure that whatever their starting point when they arrive at the school, they achieve to the very best of their ability.
Pupil Premium is an additional grant which provides additional funding for pupils up to the end of Y11 who are in receipt of free school meals, or who have been in receipt of free school meals in the past 6 years. An additional grant, Pupil Premium Plus, is available from the Virtual School to support the education of Cared for Children.
Moat House re-claims Pupil Premium from referring schools to support these pupils, and claims Pupil Premium Plus from the Virtual School where appropriate.
The designated teacher with responsibility for Pupil Premium is the Headteacher.
“The majority of students, including those with SEND, the most able and those who are disadvantaged, make good or better progress from their starting points in all subjects, including English and Mathematics.”