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          Part 8 of James and the Giant Peach. //t.co/08WLPAJi95


          Teamwork. Well done Miss Bacon //t.co/okFtFaJgE5


          Well done Miss Reed!! //t.co/3gQayQeTBC


          Part 7 of James and the Giant Peach //t.co/o8ZposNCkw


          Well done Team Davey. //t.co/6uwHB3gxiY


          Well done Mr Mead //t.co/jQNc9Lo8E2


          They look fantastic!! //t.co/mb1itYQzwm


          Thank you to from for sharing some of the choreography from the show. It’s Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! If you would like to try take a look... //t.co/xKEfBnTecR


          Part 6 of James and the Giant Peach //t.co/Q53j8pOnWP


          Creating shadow messages. //t.co/MOq6NbfdJg


          Healthy snacks. All ready to make a fruit skewer. 😀 //t.co/1m2divdD0S


          Being creative and designing origami bookmarks. //t.co/mFfZLRgOdL


          Sounds great! We love a challenge! Take a look everyone! //t.co/1WfZhion9t


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          Calling all budding artists aged 7-12! You're invited to illustrate the story of and enter the competition for the chance to have your artwork featured in the printed version of the book. Find out more about the competition here: //t.co/U2GzztMQem //t.co/33rIn4yNPT


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          We are pleased to announce 's story is now available to read online for free at //t.co/HJVrLd0KRI. . Each weekday, over the next seven weeks, a new instalment will be published. We hope you and your children will enjoy this original fairy tale! //t.co/ddIIWKfeHL


          Out of this world 😀 //t.co/UoV7IiFmE7


          Part 5 of James and the Giant Peach //t.co/dINhrHibLU


          #readingforpleasure #books #wizardofoz #LFrankBaum #JacquelineWilson #homelearning #imagination. @SRAEnglishDept //t.co/Dmh1j5CL7E

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          Fantastic Mali. You definitely have the power in your voice. //t.co/UjJycxTNeC


          Part 4 of James and the Giant Peach //t.co/z1SSJce4Rb


          Part 3 of James and the Giant Peach //t.co/8C6IfPR682


          Part 2 of James and the Giant Peach //t.co/uONBVQdb9R


          Take a listen to these fantastic readings of James and the Giant Peach by a number of actors (some you may recognise. You could listen or follow along if you have the book at home! Part 1 //t.co/D2P0KHan0D


          Mr Walker with some very useful and amazing tips to follow in order to look after your mental health. 🧠🗣 //t.co/yP6zCzaeaj


          🍑 have teamed up with to present James & the Giant Peach with Taika and friends! 🍑 Taika will be reading the whole book to raise money for charities helping those affected by COVID-19 🍑 Head to our website to find out more! //t.co/zRn9YsMrGY //t.co/8Tm69vdH00



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          Sophie showed her learning. //t.co/pyRTts7CCg


          Phoebe made a telephone line wearing her princess dress. //t.co/uiSEuzK1jb


          Alex wrote an invitation. //t.co/BPRRfWq0t6


          Emily made a potion. //t.co/VEepW5JMx4


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          Here are a few more of our amazing Year 6 students showing off their talents! The full version is on the Year 6 OneDrive. 🎞🤹🎥 //t.co/47FAI8UE3G


          Here is a snippet of our video montage of our amazing Year 6 students. The longer extended version is available on the Year 6 OneDrive. 🎥🎞🤹🤩 //t.co/xdfekK0Kdg


          Members of Cambridge Class use any medium to create a self portrait. //t.co/TyjpO8BuJv


          Retweeted From Hay Festival

          Make a crown, design your own dragon, and collect some lost and endangered words with our worksheets at //t.co/ufd62EZcgC 📖 //t.co/LKnhjlJ0lh


          Retweeted From Cressida Cowell

          Calling all schools! O how I WISH I was actually THERE at //t.co/xLyCS7Pw2j


          We have some very proud learners in school today sharing their outcomes. //t.co/6hpQtZwqUX

          Pupil Premium


          Number of pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) received:  
          Total number of Pupils on roll 851
          Total number of pupils 241
          Total amount of PPG received £232,000



          • We ensure that learning and teaching opportunities meet the needs of all pupils
          • We ensure that the needs of all of learners are carefully assessed on a regular interval in particular the needs of socially disadvantaged pupils
          • We ensure that appropriate provision is in place for those students who belong to vulnerable groups
          • In making provision for socially disadvantaged students, we recognise that not all students who are socially disadvantaged are registered or qualify for free school meals
          • We use the Pupil Premium funding to support any student or group of students who the academy has identified as socially disadvantaged
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          Pupil Premium Provision Map

          • LSA support received in class
          • Small intervention group work or 1 to 1 sessions within Inclusion
          • Participation in the social skills group
          • Small classes in core subjects
          • Access Arrangements

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          • Attendance at clubs; sports and music etc.
          • School trips
          • Participation in paired reading
          • Literacy intervention
          • Free revision guides
          • Cooking ingredients
          • Free material for Art and Design and Technology lessons
          • Participation in the G&T enrichment days
          • Participation in the Cambridge Archaeological trip
          • Help with Transport costs

          Transition from primary to secondary

          Summer school, extended transition mornings, part funded residential trip

          Basic School equipment / ICT equipment

          Pupil Premium students receive IPads / IPods at a reduced rate

          GCSE English and Maths revision days Year 11

          The days are staffed and organised by staff at Samuel Ryder Academy

          Revision Materials

          All Year 9, 10 and 11 Pupil Premium students are given revision materials free of charge

          Summer revision packs for these students to support their learning

          Support for end of year school events

          Support for school trips

          Trips are offered at a reduced rate for all PP students

          Music Lessons

          Music lessons, exam costs and sheet music are offered free for any PP student who wishes to participate

          Learning Support Assistants (LSAs) in class

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          Joint planning by the LSAs and teachers- identified LSAs attached to individual faculties

          Small groups in Maths, Science and English


          Food Ingredients

          The ingredients can be purchased for PP students who take part in hospitality lessons.

          Targeted to small cohorts within each year group or to individuals:

          Access to enrichment days for MASt (More Able) students

          Gifted and Talented PP students in year 9 are offered the opportunity to take part in the Cambridge Archaeological Dig, all expenses provided by the Academy.

          Gifted and Talented and more able students in all year groups are given the opportunity to take part in enrichment days / trips.  All funding is provided by the Academy.

          Behaviour for Learning

          Like Skills group in year 7 and 8 to support the Pupil Premium students with their social and emotional aspects of their learning

          Nurture Group in Primary to support the social skills

          Seal and Resilience Groups in year 7 and 8 to support the emotional literacy

          Mastering Memory and Fine Motor Skills

          PP students who have difficulties with their short term working memory or their fine motor skills are supported using one to one specialised programmes

          Learning Portraits

          Through setting up the Learning Portraits all members of staff acquire an in depth understanding of the students and strategies to support them in their learning


          Some students are supported through the counselling service to help them work through issues which impact on their readiness and capacity for learning

          Library Materials for the most able and to support struggling readers

          In year 7 and 8 the library has purchased additional materials to enable those struggling with or reluctant to read, engage more fully

          Transportation Costs


          Data analysis

          Regular analysis of data by the Head of Inclusion, all Heads of Faculties and Heads of Years to track, monitor and identify underachievement

          Regular meetings to discuss provision and support


          In house attendance improvement officer to support the families and the students

          Regular meetings with both parents and students

          Home visits

          External agencies

          Utilisation of external professionals to run sessions for students in Key Stage 4

          Partnership with Links academy

          Support from EP

          Close liaison with family support workers



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