Who’s Who

Senior Leadership Team

Mr Sam Bayliss – Headteacher

Miss Laura Russell – Deputy Headteacher

Mrs Lucy Hunt – Acting Assistant Headteacher

Mr Richard Jackson – Acting Assistant Headteacher

Mrs Kelly Thorne – Head of Safeguarding and Pastoral Care

Miss Gail Edmonds – School Business Manager

 

Ofsted Reports

To read the latest Ofsted reports please click the link(s) below


Ofsted Reports

Residential Ofsted Reports

Governor Information 2018 - 2019

Name Governor Type Remit Date of appointment End of Term of Office Date they stepped down (where applicable) The body who appointed them Register of interests Attendance record at Full Governing Body over the last academic year Attendance record at committee meetings over the last academic year
Mrs Jo Johnson

TL Committee

Parent Governor 21.03.2018 21.03.2022 Full Governing Body 2/5 1/3
Mrs Sam Chalmers

TL Committee

Parent Governor

 

KS3/4

Residential

Equality/Diversity

12.10.2016  

12.10.2020

 

Full Governing Body 3/5 3/3
Mr Peter Hamer

TL Committee

(Chair)

LA Governor EYFS

Safeguarding, Primary KS1/2

27.05.2014 27.05.2018 Full Governing Body 5/5 3/3
Miss Lauren Shead

TL Committee

Staff Governor 02.05.2016 02.05.2020 Full Governing Body 5/5 2/3
Mr Sam Bayliss

TL Committee

RM Committee

Head Teacher
Vacancy

RM Committee

Co-opted Governor
Mr Ian Coker

RM Committee

(Chair)

Pay and Performance Management

Co-opted Governor

 

Chair

 

Anti-bullying

Data

Inventory

 

11.11.2014

 

 

31.08.2014

11.11.2018

 

 

31.08.2018

Full Governing Body 4/5 2/2
Mrs Jo Gillard 

RM Committee 

Pay and Performance Management

Co-opted Governor

 

Vice Chair

Buildings/H&S/Post16 20.03.2017

 

 

31.08.2014

20.03.2021

 

 

31.08.2018

Full Governing Body 3/3 1/1
Dr Sian Hull

TL Committee

Pay and Performance Management

Co-opted Governor LA Children and SEN&D 11.11.2018 3/5 1/3
Vacancy

RM Committee

Co-opted Governor
Mrs Sarah Broadhurst Clerk to Governors

School Information & Performance Data

Please follow the link below to the Gov.UK website to find out further information about the school including performance statistics.

Confidential Reporting Code

If you need to report an issue relating to the school, please be aware of the County Confidential Reporting Code.

Confidential Reporting Code (Whistle-blowing Policy) 2018

 

School Prospectus

School Prospectus 2019

Pupil Premium

The “pupil premium” is an amount of money provided to Holbrook in addition to the main school funding.  It is allocated based on the number of pupils on our roll who are eligible for free school meals (or who have been eligible for free school meals during the last six years), as well as any who are “looked after” by the local authority.

We are committed to spending the money provided for disadvantaged students in an effective way, such that it has a direct impact on the progress of these pupils (see our pupil premium policy below).

Pupil Premium Policy 2017

2017/18

During 2017/18 we are expecting to receive pupil premium funding of £59,510 and £19,300 for pupil premium plus

We are using this money in three ways to increase the achievement and progress of these students:

  • Preparing pupils for adult life
  • Improving personal development, engagement, self-esteem, confidence and well being
  • Improving access to learning opportunities

Our Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2017/18 can be viewed here.

 

2016/17

During 2016/17 we received pupil premium funding of £43,505 and £20,900 for pupil premium plus.

We spent the pupil premium funding on providing students with more personalised access to an enhanced curriculum and sensory support to meet their individual needs.

Our Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2016/17 can be viewed here.

 

 

Year 7 catch up funding

We receive £500 from the Government for each student  – this is to be spent on improving the attainment of these students in numeracy and literacy.  We spend the money on a half hour session of 1:1 input for each student per week.  We believe this to be the most effective way of improving students’ progress in these subjects.

Primary PE Funding

Holbrook School for Autism receives specific funding to promote the following for primary aged pupils:

  • Achievement in PE lessons
  • Participation in competitive sport
  • Personal health and well being; and
  • Improved attitudes and behaviour towards learning.

Our plan for the use of this money in 2016-17 is set out below:

Primary PE Plan 2016-17

Contact Details

Contact Details

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