Pupil Premium Information

The school is at forefront of Pupil Premium provision and research into most effective ways of using the additional funding to ensure all young people progress at equally fast rates.

As a school that has attempted to stay at the front of the new PP initiative, Bishop Challoner have presented our work at three conferences organised by Optimus Education and Capita Conference training here.

The school works very closely with other Tower Hamlets schools and primaries to ensure a smooth transition of pupils.

Bishop Challoner is open to share best practice and we have worked with Brookfield Community School on our Kindle scheme and with Kenton School, Newcastle upon Tyne to explore our 1:2:1 tutoring scheme with Imperial College, UCL and Queen Mary's University.

We work closely, too, with Dr Sue Black with development of #Techmums where the Pupil Premium funding allows us to provide state of the art computing training for our parents.

Documents

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Pupil Premium Report December 2016 06th Jul 2017 Download