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The North School Farm - Spring Fair 2017 - The North School Farm's famous Spring fair is taking place on Saturday 22nd April 2017, 10am-4pm.  - Read More

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EXCITING EVENTS IN SCIENCE

22/02/17

Canterbury Christ Church University (STEM)visit

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The North School Farm - Spring Fair 2017

06/02/17

The North School Farm's famous Spring fair is taking place on Saturday 22nd April 2017, 10am-4pm. 

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Premier Foods Link

16/01/17

Our links with Premier Foods have enabled us to enrich the curriculum of our Business Studies students

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Year 7 Homework - Castle Challenge

12/01/17

Our year 7 students  undertook their history homework challenge with enthusiasm this term. The challenge required students to design and create their own medieval castle. The standard of the castles we received was exceptional and most students went above and beyond the requirements of the task. We had a range of styles, layouts and materials and our department is now beautifully decorated with their hard work.  Well done year 7. 

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Auschwitz Trip

12/01/17

Lessons from Auschwitz is a programme established by the Holocaust Educational Trust, where it gives the opportunity to two students from each school participating to be a part of the programme. The programme consists of two seminars and the trip to Poland. The first seminar is where you meet your Educator and your group; it is where discussions are had and opinions and views voiced on the Holocaust.

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Pupil Premium

Student View

‘Each week I go to the Library to pick a new Accelerated Reading book. When I have read my book I can do the computer test to find out how much of the book I have understood. My reading is getting better and I am enjoying books more.’  Year 8 student.

Overview

Pupil Premium is funding that a school receives in addition to the main funding. The Government believes that the Pupil Premium is the best way to address the current inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM), children in Care (CLA) and children from service families (CSF), and their peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.

How much does the school get?

For the financial year 2015-16, the allocation for The North School is £315,000

How the Pupil Premium will be spent.

Pupil Premium 2016-17

Pupil Premium Impact Report 2015-16

Catch up Year 7 funding

This funding is used to provide a range of interventions across the school to support the progress of students at the school for whom the school receives Pupil Premium Funding.

A list of these interventions can be found in the school’s Pupil Premium Report 2015-2016