- Your School Curriculum
- Your use of the Pupil Premium
- Your school performance Data
- Your school policies, in particular your School Behaviour Policy
Regulation 10 and Schedule 4 of the school information regulations require maintained schools to show, in relation to each year group, the content of the curriculum for each academic subject. In relation to key stage 1, schools must also publish the names
of any phonics or reading schemes in operation and, in relation to key stage 4, they must publish a list of the courses provided which lead to a GCSE qualification and a list of other courses offered at key stage 4 and the qualifications that may be acquired.
Please note, this information is important to parents so that they know precisely what is taught and when, enabling them to support their children in their studies. It is also important information for parents when choosing new schools.
These regulations require maintained schools to publish their pupil premium allocation for the current academic year, details of how they plan to spend their allocation and how they spent the last academic year’s allocation, and the effect of this expenditure
on the educational attainment of disadvantaged pupils. This helps parents and others to hold schools to account for the use of the pupil premium funding.
Please review the information on your school website and ensure it complies with these regulations.