The Service Pupil Premium (SPP) is provided by the Department for Education to enable schools to offer additional, mainly pastoral, support during challenging times. This could include anything from a Service parent being away, being injured on active service to bereavement.
At Rowner we invest this money into our Service Club.
Schools with Service children are eligible to receive SPP, but only if the child’s name appears on the school roll as being a Service child.
Service parents are encouraged to contact us to make sure we are aware their children are from a Service family so that we can access the SSP.
For more information on eligibility, please see the link below:
Our Service Club meet fortnightly on a Thursday after school and is led by Miss Clements (Year 2 teacher) and Mrs Davis (Year R TA). We offer a safe space to talk, complete an activity, such as our Remembrance Day poppy display, and most importantly have fun!
A letter will be sent to all Year 1 and 2 service families at the beginning of term about your children joining our service club. Year R children are then invited to join in the summer term.
Armed Forces Covenant
Naval Families Federation
Joining Forces for Families Leaflet
The Ripple Pond https://theripplepond.org/
Service Schools Mobility Toolkit
SCE is dedicated to the education of the children of Service Personnel. In keeping with the patterns of service life, children enter and leave school more frequently than in non-service schools. This toolkit, sponsored by NCSL and supported by SCISS and CEAS, has been created for students, parents, all school staff and leaders to assist in school transitions wherever you are in the world.
- Army HIVE
- RAF HIVE
- Royal Navy Welfare Information Support
HIVE Information Centres are provided by the Army, RN and RAF to provide information support to all members of the Service community. To find out about relocation, local unit and civilian facilities, places of interest, schools and further education, housing, healthcare facilities, employment and training opportunities in your location.
Service Children’s Education (SCE)
Service Children’s Education (SCE) is an Agency of the MOD and is dedicated to the education of the children of Service families and MOD personnel serving outside of the United Kingdom.
Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS)
Children’s Education Advisory Service is a Tri-Service organisation funded by the MOD. It was established to provide information and support to Service families and eligible MOD civilians on all aspects of the education of their children in the UK and overseas.
Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) Forces Help
SSAFA provide support for the serving men and women in today’s Armed Forces and for those who have served – even if it was only for a single day. They also care for their families and dependents.
Here are some of the activities we have been up to in our Service Club this year