Provision,
Enrichment,
Enhancement

We believe that the three elements of Provision, Enrichment and Enhancement– when combined together proportionally – create a unique and high quality education which enables every pupil to achieve academically and to shine individually.

Provision,
Enrichment,
Enhancement

We believe that the three elements of Provision, Enrichment and Enhancement– when combined together proportionally – create a unique and high quality education which enables every pupil to achieve academically and to shine individually.

Our AAT Model for
Achievement

Enrichment…
  • Community involvement
  • Outside Providers
  • Interests become talents
  • Excellence
  • Achievement
Enhancement…
  • Rich curriculum
  • Creativity
  • Personality
  • High standards
  • Engagement
  • Ownership
  • Opportunity
Provision…
  • High challenge – top down planning
  • Equality – personalised learning – every child matters
  • ‘Take Care – Go beyond expectation’
  • Basic skills
  • Aspirational target setting
  • Assessment (Formative and summative)
  • Progress
  • Identification of needs
  • Intervention strategies
  • Identification of ‘intelligences’ aptitudes and interests

BE
THE
BEST
YOU CAN

ENRICHMENT

ENHANCEMENT

PROVISION

Enrichment…
  • Community involvement
  • Outside Providers
  • Interests become talents
  • Excellence
  • Achievement
Enhancement…
  • Rich curriculum
  • Creativity
  • Personality
  • High standards
  • Engagement
  • Ownership
  • Opportunity
Provision…
  • High challenge – top down planning
  • Equality – personalised learning – every child matters
  • ‘Take Care – Go beyond expectation’
  • Basic skills
  • Aspirational target setting
  • Assessment (Formative and summative)
  • Progress
  • Identification of needs
  • Intervention strategies
  • Identification of ‘intelligences’ aptitudes and interests

We will encourage and support all schools regardless of circumstance to include all three elements into their own practice to ensure that a broad, rich education is available for all pupils.

We also acknowledge that all schools will be able to contribute elements of excellent practice to the Trust. As schools join AAT, we will quickly seek to identify outstanding practice across the Multi Academy Trust and build this into our school improvement packages.

We will encourage, support and challenge all children and adults within our Multi Academy Trust to achieve their very best within an ethos of care and respect for each other’s diversity. The ‘Take Care’ approach within the curriculum ensures that a whole school approach is taken with every pupil achieving their potential and beyond. This is through strategic deployment of staff, so that any area of intervention, for any area of need, is identified early, targeted effectively and the impact is evaluated regularly. This is part of the PROVISION structure.

Provision

Essential ingredients of our Provision

  • High quality teaching and learning in the core subjects leading to the acquisition of the best set of basic skills for every child
  • Early identification of intervention needs, to support or challenge
  • Rigorous assessment, tracking and target setting procedures which promote accelerated progress
  • Continual internal process of school self review/evaluation
  • Behaviour and rewards systems which promote high quality learning behaviour

Impact of Provision

We believe that, through consistent and high quality Provision, all of our pupils will leave our Academies having acquired the best set of skills possible. Strengthening, maintaining or further developing the Provision element in all our Academies will be central to our work providing our pupils with this strong foundation.

Our ‘intent’ is to give all members of our community every opportunity to achieve the highest standards and a wealth of cultural capital, essential knowledge that children need to prepare themselves for future success.

Enrichment

Essential ingredients of Enrichment

  • Wealth of Opportunities
  • Community Involvement
  • Interests Become Talents
  • Excellence in Achievements

Impact of Enrichment

We believe that all pupils should have access to a rich, engaging and challenging curriculum which enables them to learn and grow in a broader sense as unique. We provide the specialist support required to turn interests into talents, enabling our pupils to be the very best they can. Our children feel enabled ‘to develop their character in all aspects of their person-hood: physically, academically, socially, morally and spiritually (Valuing All God’s Children)’. This supports them to achieve their full potential and to be the best that they can. This is based on Article 29 from the Convention on the Rights of a Child and also linked to our Character Education.

Enhancement

Essential ingredients of Enhancement

  • A Broad, Rich Curriculum
  • Creativity for All
  • Specialist Teaching

Impact of Enhancement

We believe that all pupils should have access to a rich, engaging and challenging curriculum which enables them to learn and grow in a broader sense as unique individuals. The ‘implementation’ of our curriculum is driven by two parts:

  • Understanding how children learn best and addressing this in how and what we teach
  • Carefully considering what is taught through each subject lens and delivering this where suitable through precisely designed and engaging topics

We know that our creative, broad, balanced, relevant and engaging curriculum, which is underpinned by the British and Christian Values that our children live out, helps our pupils to acquire knowledge, understanding and skills.

This in turn helps to deepen and strengthen learning, building on skills and knowledge from previous years, and prepares our children with the knowledge and cultural capital for life in modern Britain.