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𝐊𝐢𝐧𝐞𝐭𝐢𝐜 𝐬𝐜𝐡𝐨𝐥𝐚𝐫 & 𝐠𝐫𝐚𝐝𝐮𝐚𝐭𝐞𝐬 𝐰𝐞𝐞𝐤𝐥𝐲 𝐫𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐝𝐮𝐩 📝 🔘 17 year old Adam Adimi made his league debut for AFC Croydon Athletic against Camberley Town 🧤


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A visit from the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings


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Life Lessons are delighted to be working with Harris Professional Skills Sixth Form in London! We are looking forward to working alongside Kathy Stein and Rebecca Reid to ensure that all students have outstanding RSHE


will you be taking 4 Black Boys on tour? We’d love our students to see it but there is no weekday matinee - please let us know, it’s too good to miss!


HPS6F Kinetic Foundation Signing


It always brings us joy when hear our that our past students are doing well


Christmas lunch enjoyed by staff and students today.


Level 3 Art students created a fantastic art show to celebrate their work produced on their course. Staff, family and friends enjoyed a cultural evening with soft Jazz and creative displays.


Yr 13 visit to Fleetline Coacheorks


What a treat! Keeping students engaged by continuing the celebrations for Black History Month…Jamaican brown stew….fried dumplings…. Coconut and ginger cake and plenty more….


Our library is starting to take shape with an incredible donation of books from Give a Book. The charity works tirelessly to promote reading for pleasure by ensuring that everyone has access to a great book! Thank you


Tea with the Queen…. Artwork produced by our Level 3 CTEC Art Student


Open Day at HPS6F on Monday 18th July


Visit to Coventry University


Multiple cuisines under one roof!


An inspirational piece of work from our Yr 12 student


Yr 13 Construction students working on their unit, Remove and replace defective roof coverings

16-19 Tuition Fund

16 to 19 Tuition Fund

Many students have been negatively affected regarding their progress since the lockdown instigated by the Government in March to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. The academy put effective measures in place to ensure that students continued to be taught online and it was open to all vulnerable students during the lockdown period however this year’s intake of year 12 may not have had the advantages of this from their previous school and significant numbers are from disadvantaged backgrounds. Year 13 have also experienced disruption to their learning despite best efforts made by the academy. Disadvantaged groups are the most affected by the impact of lockdown. The 16 to 19 tuition fund is a £96 million one -off funding for the academic year 2020/2021 ring fenced for providers to mitigate the disruption to learning arising from COVID-19. The monies awarded to the academy will be utilised to enable our vulnerable students to rapidly return to a level where they can be successful in their level 1,2 and 3 qualifications. This academic year the 16 – 19 allocation is £39,339.00.

Expenditure for the 16 to 19 tuition fund 2023-24

The Principal holds the budget for the tuition fund 2023-24 and authorises all expenditure. Funding is currently targeted at three aspects of student development; teaching and learning, attendance and behaviour.

The key barriers for learning of HPS6F students revolve around three key issues:

  1. Extremely Low levels of Literacy in the level 2 and level 3 pathway
  2. Confidence in ability
  3. Gaps in learning from academic years 2019/2020, 2020/21 and 2021/22 2022/23 academic years.
  • Therefore, our priorities for expenditure of the funding program will be:
  • Increase of Literacy resources and delivery
  • Provision of 1:1 tuition for students via staff subject expertise of graduate TAs

Increased Provision of holiday school for sixth form students incorporating small group work




Success Indicator


Appoint part time intervention tutors for Core and option subjects to work in Spring Term with students to ensure greater access to lessons, run more effective intervention sessions and small group intervention work including 1:1 sessions.


One tutor assigned each to:

  1. English/ English Lit
  2. Maths
  3. Science



Small group and 1:1 work with targeted students whose gaps in attainment have been recognised will allow them to become more confident with dealing with subject content and understanding.





Increase in success rate at level 1, 2 and level 3 subjects. Increase of student confidence in the subjects they are taking will lead to greater confidence and improved attitude towards learning of students. 


Increased teaching Resources for Literacy Intervention classes and delivery of whole school initiative. 98 students identified from NGRT baseline assessments who require some form of intervention

Literacy tutor to support the Literacy coordinator in delivering high quality Literacy support



Additional Literacy/Numeracy classes and resources for targeted students timetabled during intervention sessions. Focus in Aut 1 and 2 on Literacy CPD for all subjects and discrete Literacy sessions scheduled during tutor time once a week on Literacy development.


Literacy levels increased for students enabling access to all subjects which in turn will lead to higher outcomes achieved in all subjects taken by end of academic year 2022/2023. Evidenced through NGRT assessments in Spring 2

Additional support during holiday half term and full-term breaks given to students for additional revision classes and coursework support


To enable additional time to be given to students with targeted gap analysis and extra sessions provided to ensure success in their chosen pathway.


Students to meet targets set from baseline data.