Our contact details
Bohunt School Worthing
65a Broadwater Road,
West Sussex BN14 8AH
Tel: 01903 601361
Name of the member of staff who deals with queries from parents and other members of the public: Lisa Day, Headteacher’s PA.
Anti Bullying policy
Charging and remissions policy
Child Protection Safeguarding policy
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Data Protection policy
Engagement (Behaviour) policy
Ensuring Equality of Access to the Curriculum
A key aspect of our ethos at Bohunt School Worthing is our belief that we need to develop memorable learning experiences. This includes curriculum trips and visits. We also believe that all students benefit greatly from a residential experience. The Pupil Premium will be used to support students whose families are on low incomes to access all of these programmes.
We believe that talents such as sport, music, dance and drama will only develop into a lifelong passion by providing a high quality extended curriculum. The student premium will also help all students access this curriculum and help students discover their talents. For example:
- Support for Duke of Edinburgh Award
- Free Music Tuition
- Access to Sports Clubs
- Support for Educational Trips
Freedom of Information policy
Health and Safety policy
Monitoring and Review
The Plans and budgets for Pupil Premium will be reviewed on an annual basis. Interventions and impact will be reported to the governors.
Review of the progress of the cohort of the Pupil Premium students’ performance and progress in 2015/16 will take place each term.
- Every student has an individual support plan, reviewed termly
- There is individual monitoring of attendance, Attitudes to Learning (ATLs) and progress grades.
Our pupil premium allocation and expenditure for the academic year 2015-2016 is £36,465.00.
Pupil Premium Policy
“Enjoy. Respect. Achieve.”
This article explains how we plan to spend our Student Premium Funding to help make a high quality education a reality for all young people.
For students entitled to free school meals, students in care, students of parents in the armed forces, the school receives the student premium. For 2016/17 this will work out at £935 per student who receives free school meals, £1900 per students who is looked after and £300 per student whose parents are in the armed forces.
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Securing Success for Students
When students enter Bohunt School Worthing we ensure we know and understand the starting points for their academic progress. We gain valuable information from their Primary Schools and additionally we carry out several important baseline assessments; for example, their reading ages.
The pupil premium will be spent on ensuring that all students are making expected levels of progress and to ensure they are properly prepared for the next stage of their education. Throughout their time at Bohunt School Worthing, we will intervene to support students who are not achieving their potential. This will be done through interventions such as:
- One to One Tuition
- Provision of equipment such as I Pads
- Subject Specific Resources
Sex and Relationship Education policy
Special educational needs (SEN) report and policy
Supporting Medical Conditions policy
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Supporting Students’ Well-Being and Behaviour
There are many students who require additional support to succeed at school. Creating a bespoke mentoring programme will support students emotionally and also ensure that they are challenged to work hard, succeed and overcome their barriers to learning. The Pupil Premium funding will enable us to draw on an array of interventions, including support through:
Values and ethos
To be a dynamic, innovative learning environment delivering a creative, personalised curriculum and ethos that is encapsulated in three simple words: Enjoy, Respect, Achieve.
To develop young people who are game-changers, innovators and leaders. Who not only will achieve outstanding grades but will never be afraid to throw themselves into something new.
To use pedagogical approaches which maintain the highest expectations alongside a sensitivity to the individual needs of every learner, concentrate on maintaining the very best standards of learning and teaching and take every opportunity to recognise and reward achievement.
We deliver Challenge based learning, a style of teaching that sees students taking responsibility for and control of their learning. It is facilitated by the integration of IT, innovative learning environments across all subjects, the highest expectations and a focus on the combining of knowledge with softer skills such as creativity, teamwork and habits of mind. This enables engagement with a stimulating, vibrant environment that allows our students to broaden their horizons, develop their interests and engenders a passion for learning.
Respect is the bridge between enjoyment and achievement. Both inside and outside the classroom we promote a strong sense of self-worth combined with a respect for others. Our Houses, which are effectively small schools within the School, enable students to support each other and take on new challenges. These opportunities and other aspects of school life develop their motivation and independence along with the skills and resilience needed to succeed in the future.
Richness and diversity of opportunities across our creative and personalised curriculum enable the highest achievement not just academically but also in terms of a student’s personal development. Our core purpose is the provision of high quality learning and teaching through engagement with the latest research and initiatives such as; a specialist STEM curriculum, flexible learning spaces, links with industry and immersion languages. These along with exceptional experiences outside of the classroom and beyond the school gates such as the Ipad band and expeditions give our students the opportunity to develop the mindset, skills and confidence to become leaders and game changers.
Year 7 literacy and numeracy catch-up premium