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Crosshall Junior Academy Trust

Disadvantaged Students

Disadvantaged Students

The term ‘Disadvantaged’ is used by the government to encompass those children whose parents may be from an armed forces background, who are ‘looked-after’, adopted, have free school meals (FSM) or who have had FSM in the past six years.

 

Our Vision

We believe that:

  • Disadvantaged Students can achieve as well as other students;
  • academic success is valuable and we wish all our students and parents to have a similar view;
  • every student can achieve to the best of his/her ability, as long as he/she has the right support and works hard;
  • good emotional and social well-being are essential;
  • varied opportunities are important for growth and ambition.

 

Our Commitment

We are committed to:

  • remaining ambitious for all our students;
  • providing a contact for all Disadvantaged Students and parents;
  • tracking the performance and impact of interventions/preventions;
  • reviewing Our Offer at least twice a year.

 

We endeavour to support students in ways which will have a positive impact on progress, attainment and attendance.

 

If you think we can help your family, please contact the School Office.