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Governor Visit Report – Sports Funding

Sports Funding Visit Report – 14 November 2017 David Motson (DM), Kim Jones (KJ) Sports funding information is published on the school website: http://www.holytrinitypri.dorset.sch.uk/primary-pe-and-sport-premium-2016-2017/ Summary: Published information needs to be updated – funding provided for 2017-18 has been doubled. Now £16,000 + £10 per student. Action plan for 2017-18 has been produced but not yet read more »

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Governor Visit Report – CLA

GOVERNOR’S NAME: Ellen Zapiec DATE: 10.10.2017 TEACHER: Mrs Kate Bladon Governor’s comments & observations: Holy Trinity currently has 3 CLA, a significant reduction on our numbers over the last six years.  This is a result of several groups of siblings being found new foster or adoptive parents.  The three children are in years 1, 3 read more »

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Governor Visit Report – Single Central Register Inspection

Single Central Register Inspection Date: 10th October 2017 HTPS: Erica Cousins Governor: Chris Brook The Single Central Register (SCR) is required to be regularly reviewed so an inspection took place today, 10th October 2017. Erica first of all briefed me on the need for confidentiality when reviewing the SCR spreadsheet. She also answered some of read more »

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Sports Funding Governor Visit Report

David Motson, Lynda Borries – 26th May 2017 Latest Premium PE and Sports Funding Report published on website. http://www.holytrinitypri.dorset.sch.uk/primary-pe-and-sport-premium-2016-2017/ Total spend at time of report was ~£7,300 Spend typically falls in to three main areas: Equipment Sports Coaches Transport Availability of minibus will mean savings on transport will be possible. Need to understand what contribution read more »

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Single Central Record Governor Visit 23rd May 2017

INTRODUCTION As part of the Government’s safeguarding initiative and, as a consequence of the School Staffing Regulations, schools have been under a duty since 1 April 2007 to maintain a ‘single central register’. The single central register requires schools to record the dates on which they carry out identity and qualification checks, DBS checks and also read more »

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