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14/04/21

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Mark Hall Sports Centre

We're pleased to announce our gym will be open from Monday 12th April! Memberships are now available, sign up here: https://t.co/9gTo1nUxbd https://t.co/ZvhKg62Knn

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14/04/21

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Mrs T Parker

Just back from a long walk in our area. Across fields, through woods and along footpaths. Spotting and celebrating new beginnings of life. Cold but refreshing. https://t.co/QlypDfqRiR

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13/04/21

Governors are being empowered to play their part in the transformation of Mark Hall Academy. Mark Hall joined the family of schools in January with a mission to improve outcomes for young people in the town. https://t.co/vsAUDXC7T8 https://t.co/1UKawcGbVI

13/04/21

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Mrs T Parker

Laughing has never been so important as over the last year. It may come naturally over a daily chat with loved ones, whilst reminiscing with family or sort after by watching our favourite funny clips, like M and W kitchen scene or life scenarios from M M does it for me https://t.co/blT8DQjNXK

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09/04/21

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Your Harlow

From the archive: When the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh visited Mark Hall School https://t.co/6rSMkt0Tdr https://t.co/CiAxM2eJdg

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06/04/21

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BMAT

BMAT have a vacancy for an Estates & Facilities Assistant working across our Primary and Secondary Schools in Harlow, Essex. For more information visit https://t.co/MNldj0Ml52 https://t.co/ifinsNm5Gg

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28/03/21

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Department of Health and Social Care

There are false reports that lateral flow tests can give you cancer. These rapid tests have been rigorously tested and are safe. The swabs are sterilised with ethylene oxide to ensure they are safe to use. It is one of the most commonly used sterilisation tools. https://t.co/lYWDRluMUh

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28/03/21

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Mrs T Parker

Lovely to receive this, this afternoon. Thank you , could not wait to use it. https://t.co/15IE4qAyeG

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25/03/21

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BMAT

BMAT has appointed a director to ensure children with special educational needs and disabilities achieve their full potential. Marios Solomonides takes up post of Director of SEND with a mission to remove all barriers faced by children within BMAT schools. https://t.co/jWIcjKLtxl https://t.co/hsWxgX4m7z

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19/03/21

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Mark Hall Sports Centre

We're now on Twitter and Facebook. Any other accounts will soon be removed so please update your follows, bookmarks and links to stay connected with Mark Hall Sports Centre https://t.co/KO4BCp5mdz

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17/03/21

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Mark Hall Sports Centre

We are looking forward to reopening Mark Hall Sports Centre in line with the lifting of lockdown restrictions. For our full announcement and information on an online public meeting chaired by please visit: https://t.co/SJXzvhi9ci https://t.co/uKAStczrEh

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15/03/21

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BMAT

We'll soon be publishing an announcement regarding the reopening of Mark Hall Sports Centre. If you would like to be kept up to date with information on the sports centre please follow to see the posts in your feed. https://t.co/hlrtECmlxl

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12/03/21

Active students and teachers may have been on lockdown, but it did not stop them from taking a trip across the world. As part of a lockdown challenge, Mark Hall Academy inspired its community to take a virtual trip to Tokyo. https://t.co/ll5JbHdYJx https://t.co/1FzfZdj3ge

11/03/21

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BMAT

A full statement on the reopening of and details of a public meeting will be published soon, but in the meantime we are pleased to announce that will be running an Easter soccer school. See the poster and link for full details. https://t.co/4q0fFE0KSw

11/03/21

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Mark Hall Sports Centre

We're really excited to soon be sharing with you our plans for reopening Mark Hall Sports Centre. Right now though we can announce will be running an Easter soccer school for children aged 4-12. For more info and to sign up your child head to https://t.co/ijlrYlPOJ6 https://t.co/GAsltPQknw

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11/03/21

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Norwich City FC RDP

NEW Region NEW Soccer School ⚽️ 📍Harlow, Essex Limited spaces available. Book Now https://t.co/sC7stB5pI7 https://t.co/sR6MFOoxx6

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07/03/21

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Harlow Council #HandsFaceSpaceFreshAir

Harlow Educational Progress Awards: key stage 3 and 4, 2nd place Kacper Pilarski https://t.co/vKjKNwp29D

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04/03/21

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BMAT

BMAT are looking for an experienced Children’s Sports Club operator who may be interested in running an Outdoor Activity Camp at Mark Hall Sports this Easter. Please contact glynnl.org.uk https://t.co/iomMAwmuos

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02/03/21

Students learned how to structure, paraphrase and use the right words at the right time during a writing webinar. Year 9, 10 and 11 students at Mark Hall Academy picked up useful tips to develop their writing skills. https://t.co/Y7V6MhuTb0 https://t.co/PQ6LGghcoF

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02/03/21

What does PE stand for? Physical education? Not at Mark Hall Academy…it is all about pizza and exercise! In an attempt to get as many students active at once, the school launched a fun PE event. https://t.co/KiInx5B5W0 https://t.co/gS6V8D99vD

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Pupil Premium

In 2011-12 the government launched its Pupil Premium funding. This money is sent to schools and academies based on the number of pupils who are eligible for Free School Meals (FSM). Since 2012-13 it has been expanded to include all children who have been eligible for FSM within the last 6 years.

This money is allocated to initiatives to ensure these pupils reach their full potential, both academically and socially.

Catch- up Premium

  1. How much funding did we receive this year?

This year we have received £18,620 Catch Up Premium. The literacy and numeracy catch-up premium gives schools additional funding to support Year 7 pupils who did not achieve the expected standard in reading and maths at the end of Key Stage 2.

How do we intend to spend this year’s allocation?

We have allocated the funding to support our pupils in the following ways:

Actions Cost
Year 7 Literacy Toolbox with HLTA Intervention £3050
Year 8 Literacy Toolbox Intervention £2000
Targeted Handwriting £90
Drop Everything & Read £40
The Catch Up Literacy & Numeracy Staff Training £1800
Before Lessons Peer Reading Intervention £200
Key Stage 3 Intervention Small Groups & 1:1 sessions £9790
Small Group Social Skills Intervention – Welfare £900
1:1 Counselling Sessions – Welfare £750
    Total = £18,620
     

 

  1. How much funding did we receive in 2017-2018?

Last year we received £ 12,078 Catch Up Premium.

How did we spend last year’s allocation?

Actions Cost
1:4 classes £8500
Literacy Toolbox with HLTA £2200
Literacy Toolbox during tutor time £1038
Peer reading £200
Targeted Handwriting £90
Drop Everything & Read £40
Book in the Bag £10
    Total = £12,078

How last year’s allocation made a difference to the outcomes of the pupils?

To measure the impact of the additional funding received, all ATT academies use GL Assessments to benchmark, measure and analyse the progress made by each pupil. GL Assessments provide nationally recognised Standardised Age Scores which can be used to robustly analyse if progress has been made. Standardised Age Scores show that a pupil is working at age related expectation if the score is 100 or more (2016 onwards)/level 4b prior to this.

By the end of the academic year, there were only 32 students in English and 13 students in Maths who were identified as not working at ARE of 100, based on the summer term GL assessments.

The term by term impact of our English and Maths interventions can be summarised in the tables on the following pages.

English

In September 2017, 36 arrived at our academy who were not yet secondary ready in English. At the end of the year, the figure was only 5.

Year 7 Catch –up English 2017-2018

Target: % Year 7 cohort secondary ready by end of autumn term.

Students Number Percentage at 4b+
4b on entry 79 65%
After ½ Term    
After 1 Term 99 85%
After 2 Terms 105 89%
At May Half Term    
End of Year 7GL Assessment 111 94%

Maths

In September 2017, 34 arrived at our academy who were not yet secondary ready in Mathematics.

At the end of the year the figure was 14.

Year 7 Catch –up Maths 2017-2018

Target: % Year 7 cohort secondary ready by end of autumn term.

Students Number Percentage at 4b+  
4b on entry 62 51%  
After ½ Term      
After 1 Term 75 64%  
After 2 Terms 87 74%  
After May ½ Term      
End of Year 7GL Assessment 101 86%  
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