Policies

Safeguarding Statement

At Bourne Community College the health, safety and well-being of every child are our paramount concern. We listen to our students and take seriously what they tell us. Our aim is that our students will enjoy their time at this school and therefore make the best progress possible. We work in partnership with you to ensure your child achieves their full potential and makes a positive contribution.

The procedures that we follow have been laid down by the Local Safeguarding Children Board of West Sussex and the school has adopted a Child Protection Policy in line with this for the safety of all. If you would like to know more about our procedures or policy, please come and speak to us.

Our Child Protection Officer is Mrs Janet Murray-Brown

 

Acceptable Use Policy

Accessibility Statement

Anti Bully and Racism Leaflet

Anti Bullying

Appraisal and Capability Policy

Attendance and Removal from Roll

Behaviour for Learning

Bereavement Policy

Careers Education and Guidance

Charging Policy

Child Protection Policy

Complaints Procedures

Confidential Reporting Policy

Confidentiality

Data Protection

Disciplinary Policy for All School Staff

Drugs

Education on Relationships

Emotional Wellbeing

eSafety

Equal Opportunities Policy

First Aid

Guidance for Offsite Activities

Keeping children safe in education

Mobile Phone Policy

Pastoral Support Programme

Payment of Allowances to Governors

Personal Development

Prevent Policy

Principles of Behaviour Management

Safe Practice

School Security

Searching, Screening and Confiscation

SEN

Staff Behaviour Policy

Statutory Charging Policy

Statutory Data Protection

Statutory Health & Safety Policy

Statutory Pay Policy

Student Travel Behaviour

Supporting Pupils with Medical Needs

Uniform

Use of Reasonable Force

Whistleblowing

Work Experience

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium Allocation

For the financial year 2014/2015 the pupil premium allocation to the Bourne Community College is £124,740. This allocation has supported the funding of identified staff to provide continuous support to students who attract this funding. The allocation has provided for the employment of learning development assistants who assist students by ‘targeting’ literacy and numeracy weaknesses in those who are eligible for this resource. This support is to ensure that the target grade for these individuals is met and the level of progress is achieved.

The grant is used to support a number of strategies and key interventions already in place in the school: such as student support, one to one tuition, revision activities, external counselling support, careers guidance, peer mentoring, external educational providers, financial support for educational activities, uniform and music tuition.

 

Pupil Premium Exam Results – 5+ A*-C inc English and Maths

  
PP Target
(FFT B)
PP Actual
Non PP Target
(FFT B)
Non PP Actual
Difference
Actual - PP / Non PP
2013
5+ A*-C Inc En/Ma
46%
(12 / 26 Students)
50%
(13 / 26 Students)
58%
(71 / 123 Students)
57%
(70 / 123 Students)
7%
English
73%
75%
73%
80%
5%
Maths
64%
63%
69%
68%
5%
2014
5+ A*-C Inc En/Ma
53%
(21 / 40 Students)
50%
(20 / 40 Students)
56%
(63 / 112 Students)
54%
(61 / 112 Students)
4%
English
63%
73%
65%
74%
1%
Maths
63%
55%
65%
67%
12%
2015
5+ A*-C Inc En/Ma
45%
(10 / 22 Students)
36%
(8 / 22 Students)
69%
(87 / 126 Students)
52%
(77 / 126 Students)
16%
English
45%
45%
74%
62%
17%
Maths
59%
64%
79%
73%
9%
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