Sharing best practice between
Suffolk Schools and Early Years Provision

Welcome to The School to School Support Partnership, which is a collaboration of school partnerships across the county.

The partners are: the eleven Teaching Schools; ConnectED, Debenham High (Mid Suffolk), Encompass (Hartismere School), Farlingaye & Kesgrave, Springfield Junior School, Primary East (formerly SANTSA), Unity Schools Partnership (formerly Suffolk Boarders), The Lark, West Ipswich, Halifax and Cambridge & Suffolk (CASSA), together with the Bury Schools Partnership, the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, the SWISS Partnership, SASH, SCITT, SPHA and the Local Authority, including Schools' Choice. The membership is not exclusive and if you have a strong partnership we would like to hear from you.

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Has your initiative made an impact? We’d like to hear from you!

If you have improved your teaching and learning practice and had measurable impact on the learning of pupils in your school, we would like to hear from you. At any time you can use the "submit an initiative" tab to send us your information.

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Tweak of the Week

Pupil Premium (PP)

Pupil Premium (PP) is the additional funding that is issued to maintained schools and academies in order to narrow the attainment gaps between disadvantaged pupils and other pupils. The governing body is responsible for making sure this money is spent appropriately and should therefore monitor its spending and impact.

All schools are required to publish a PP impact report and we would like to remind governors that this should now be on your school website.

To learn more about pupil premium please read the DfE's guidance on Pupil Premium: Effective Use and Accountability.

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Visit Our Partners' Websites

  • Bury Schools Partnership
  • CASSA'
  • ConnectED
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  • Farlingaye & Kesgrave
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  • springfield
  • Suffolk Borders
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  • SPHA
  • Suffolk CC
  • Schools' Choice
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