Key points from the meeting were:
Supporting our most disadvantaged children and families
Governors are keen to ensure all families are able to claim for Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP); which will enable parents to have free school meals as well as help the school buy resources to support all children’s learning. Parents carers are eligible to apply for the EYPP if they are receiving
one of the following benefits:
- Income support
- Income based Job Seekers Allowance
- Income related Employment and Support Allowance
- NASS support
- Guarantee element of State Pension
- Child Tax Credit, provided you’re not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual gross income of no more than £16,190
- Working Tax Credit for the four weeks after employment ends
- Universal Credit, provided you have an annual net earned income of no more than £7,400
As a thank you to all parents who are eligible for EYPP, the school will be providing a £10.00 Tesco voucher.
Developing Mathematics within in School
The school has been developing our teaching of mathematics through:
- providing high quality training to staff
- workshop for parents on activities they can do with their children at home
- Provision of video reflections for staff
Providing high quality training to schools and settings in and outside of Hackney
Wentworth Nursery School has been involved in contributing to two national conferences in the area of early years education at Birmingham in December 2019 and recently in London February 2020.
Wentworth Nursery School and children’s Centre have updated the following policies:
- Special Educational Needs
- Belonging and Behaviour. The school and children’s centre has rightly recognised the importance of children’s attachment in contributing to positive behaviour.