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Statutory Information

 

  1. Welcome to Wrotham School – Ethos and Values
  2. Admissions Policy
  3. Administration of Medicine Form
  4. Accessibility Plan
  5. Complaints Policy -May 2017
  6. Ofsted Report
  7. Curriculum Policy
  8. Freedom Of Information Policy 2017
  9. Governor Profile
  10. Behaviour for Learning Policy
  11. anti-bullying-policy
  12. Attendance and Punctuality Policy
  13. Pupil Premium
  14. Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-17
  15. School Perfomance Data 2016-17
  16. safeguarding-policy-september-2016
  17. Charging and Remissions Policy -March 16
  18. Special Educational Needs Information Report
  19. Governors Business Interests
  20. Year 8 Options Overview
  21. SEND POLICY

 

RESULTS

2017

GCSE RESULTS 2017

A LEVEL RESULTS 2017

 

2016

GCSE Results 2016 – Published Results

 

Catch Up Reports

  1. website catch up report 2014-2015
  2. website catch up report 2015-16
  3. website-catch-up-report-2016-2017
  4. Webstite Catch Up Report July 2017
  5. Website catch-up report September 2017

Financial Statements

  1. Wrotham School 2016 Financial Statements
  2. Wrotham School 2015 Financial Statements

 

SEN INFORMATION AND SUPPORT

SEN DEPARTMENT STRUCTURE

SEN IDENITIFICATION

SEN FAQ

SEN front page

SEN Staff

The SEN Information Report

website catch up report 2015-16

website-catch-up-report-2016-2017

website catch up report 2015-16

The SEN Information Report

SEN Staff

Contact our SENCO (Keir Williams)

External links:

Special Education Guide for Parents

Kent SEND Strategy

Kent SEND Local Offer

Navigate the changed in special educational needs and disability (SEND)

SEN Code of Practice

Autistic society

Dyslexia society

Kent West Dyslexia

Pupil Premium Policy and Information

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-17

Pupil-Premium-Strategy 2016-17 Review July 2017 v2

The pupil premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers. Pupil Premium students are those who currently receive, or have received free school meals in the past 6 years; are a Child in Care or have been adopted in the UK or whose parents are Service Personnel.

If you think your child may be eligible for Free School Meals (irrelevant of the new Universal Infant Free School Meals scheme) please either contact the School Office on 01732 884207 or Kent County Council on 01303 862375 (your call will be treated confidentially). Alternatively follow the link to the Kent County Council’s website.

Every child registered for FSM provides the school with additional funding to be used in the manner above.

Department of Education guidance on Pupil Premium

Wrotham School Pupil Premium vision and high expectations 2015 to 2016

Wrotham School Pupil Premium Strategic Plan 2015-16

Pupil Premium Income and Impact 2015 to 2016

Pupil Premium Wrotham School Policy 2015

Pupil Premium 2011-15 Spending and Impact Summary