Core beliefs and values
At Chiltern Academy we believe that every pupil has the right to an outstanding education regardless of their background, personal characteristics or circumstances. Pupils who come from economically and socially disadvantaged backgrounds will make outstanding progress at our school. Our aim is that pupils in receipt of the pupil premium funding, will make significantly better progress than their non-disadvantaged counterparts nationally.
A review of the academic performance and progress of students in receipt of pupil premium funding nationally will shape our approach to the use of the funding. National data shows it is clear that there is far greater variance between-schools, than there is within-schools. Pupils in receipt of pupil premium funding generally make excellent progress when they attend schools where all pupils make excellent progress.
At Chiltern Academy we believe that pupils in receipt of pupil premium funding will achieve well if they attend an excellent school where all pupils achieve. Our rationale for all pupil premium spending will be to prioritise that there is an outstanding whole-school culture and ethos where all pupils thrive. We will prioritise high quality teaching and learning and ensure that the daily experience for all pupils is consistently excellent.
Please click here to see the school Pupil Premium report.
This report is in line with the new template adopted in 2021. The report details:
- Pupil premium spend
- Progress against targets previously set
- Key plans
- Priorities over the next two years