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2  Accelerate Learning has invested in the development of a Mobile Tuition Centre, with state of the art facilities, that will be equipped with skilled teaching staff to deliver bespoke tuition packages to local educational providers (initially focusing upon schools and academies).  The service has been developed with the input of qualified teaching and child care service professionals including a school principal and a previous Head of Children and family Services with over 50 years combined operational experience.  It is an innovative concept, and unique within the UK as an approach to tutoring children and young people within the education system.  As an extension of the Accelerate Learning Tuition Centres the Mobile Tuition will work with the same ethos and principles, and will adopt accelerated learning techniques and methods in its delivery of bespoke services.  The flexibility of the tuition packages would be ideally placed to help address issues of inequalities between pupils from a poorer background and their more affluent peers.

3 Engaging pupils through an exciting unique class room experience  Engaging pupils through an exciting unique class room experience  By providing a unique service to schools tailored to their needs  Becoming a recognised resource for allocating government funding  Providing after school childcare provision at an affordable rate  Providing flexible and bespoke courses meeting the needs of schools  Providing a cost effective resource to enrich the school curriculum  Providing a resource that engages pupils and excites  Helping pupils reach individual targets in Maths and English

4 Central Government has also introduced an additional incentive for schools to use the Pupil Premium to make a real difference to the attainment of disadvantaged pupils: Awards of up to £10,000 are being offered at the annual Pupil Premium Awards for schools that have done the most to boost the attainment of their disadvantaged pupils. Pupil premium has risen to £900 per pupil in Awards of up to £10,000 are being offered at the annual Pupil Premium Awards for schools that have done the most to boost the attainment of their disadvantaged pupils. Pupil premium has risen to £900 per pupil in The Government has recently introduced a Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch-Up Premium (Year 7 Premium).This provides a sum of £500 for each Year 7 pupil who does not achieve at least level 4 in reading and/or maths (maximum £500 per pupil) at Key Stage 2. ( Around 110,000 pupils failed to reach that expected level last summer, including up to 10,000 across Merseyside ) The Government has recently introduced a Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch-Up Premium (Year 7 Premium).This provides a sum of £500 for each Year 7 pupil who does not achieve at least level 4 in reading and/or maths (maximum £500 per pupil) at Key Stage 2. ( Around 110,000 pupils failed to reach that expected level last summer, including up to 10,000 across Merseyside )

5 National research shows that children who have been eligible for Free School Meals at any point in their school career have consistently lower educational attainment than those who have never been eligible. April 2011 the Government introduced a new funding stream for schools, additional to main school funding, called The Pupil Premium. This funding is specifically allocated to schools to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as ‘Ever 6 FSM’).

6 Available funding has not been ring fenced, although it is specifically intended that schools will deliver additional tuition or intensive support in small groups, helping bring pupils up to speed so that they are more likely to succeed at secondary school. Available funding has not been ring fenced, although it is specifically intended that schools will deliver additional tuition or intensive support in small groups, helping bring pupils up to speed so that they are more likely to succeed at secondary school. The £500 premium per pupil would enable schools to pay for approximately 14 hours of one-to-one tuition to those identified pupils. The £500 premium per pupil would enable schools to pay for approximately 14 hours of one-to-one tuition to those identified pupils. Whilst there is a commitment to ongoing funding the total funding will vary from year to year depending on the Key Stage 2 results each year. Whilst there is a commitment to ongoing funding the total funding will vary from year to year depending on the Key Stage 2 results each year.

7 If a school was to use our services for 1 day we could cater for 4 sessions with 20 children in each session. The cost of the server per child equates to only £8.75 per child. If a school was to use our services for 1 day we could cater for 4 sessions with 20 children in each session. The cost of the server per child equates to only £8.75 per child. If a school was to book Accelerator for 30 days throughout the year this would only equate to £ per child. By utilising allocated Pupil Premium to fund our service you would only be using only 30% of the allocated funding per pupil for 30 bespoke accelerated learning experience days on our bespoke ‘Accelerator’ mobile classroom. If a school was to book Accelerator for 30 days throughout the year this would only equate to £ per child. By utilising allocated Pupil Premium to fund our service you would only be using only 30% of the allocated funding per pupil for 30 bespoke accelerated learning experience days on our bespoke ‘Accelerator’ mobile classroom.

8 Up to £50 million of the Pupil Premium will fund a Summer School programme for disadvantaged pupils to support their transition to secondary schools in Up to £50 million of the Pupil Premium will fund a Summer School programme for disadvantaged pupils to support their transition to secondary schools in September September Whilst schools are able to decide how to use the Pupil Premium they are held accountable for the decisions they make through: Whilst schools are able to decide how to use the Pupil Premium they are held accountable for the decisions they make through: the performance tables which show the performance of disadvantaged pupils compared with their peers the performance tables which show the performance of disadvantaged pupils compared with their peers the new Ofsted inspection framework, under which inspectors focus on the attainment of pupil groups, in particular those who attract the Pupil Premium the new Ofsted inspection framework, under which inspectors focus on the attainment of pupil groups, in particular those who attract the Pupil Premium the new reports for parents that schools now have to publish online the new reports for parents that schools now have to publish online

9 The allocation of the above funding streams provide an opportunity for ‘Accelerate Learning’ our services to assist those schools and pupils in receipt of and accountable for measured outcomes related to local and centralised priorities and initiatives by:  Providing a unique and engaging resource to schools in meeting centralised performance targets and initiatives  Promoting partnerships  Providing measurable outcomes highlighting benefits of the project

10 Fully vetted and CRB checked staff Fully vetted and CRB checked staff The ‘Accelerator’ will be staffed by teaching qualified teaching The ‘Accelerator’ will be staffed by teaching qualified teaching professionals (QTS, Recognised Teaching Certification) professionals (QTS, Recognised Teaching Certification) Experienced teaching assistants Experienced teaching assistants Qualified Tutors to Degree level Qualified Tutors to Degree level HGV qualified unit supervisor/teaching assistant (Ex-Military Personnel) HGV qualified unit supervisor/teaching assistant (Ex-Military Personnel)

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16 DescriptionSpecificationsAvailable Mobile Classroom Dynamic exciting mobile virtual classroom Internet Access Qualified Teachers CPD (unit can be used for staff training) Classroom assistant Brain Training quizzes and games Specialised SATs, GCSE, A/AS Level tuition and booster sessions Access to ‘Chill Zone’ games and library Access to ‘Book Club’ online programme Access to ‘Abacus Evolve’ Active Learning’ Access to ‘Maths made Easy programme Rewards points to transfer into gifts Individual assessments Careers Advice SATs, GCSE, A/AS Level booster sessions Refreshments & snack box Homework Club facilities Arts and Craft sessions Bespoke packages £100 cash back to schools for booking over two days FEES £700 per day (up to 4 sessions) £350 ½ day (up to 2 sessions)

17  ContactAccelerate Learning Centre Director – (Mobile Units )  Contact Accelerate Learning Centre Director – (Mobile Units )  The Centre Director will Visit school to draw up a programme specific to the schools requirements  Dates for the visit of the ‘Accelerator’ mobile classroom will be confirmed  A risk assessment will be carried out with the Centre Director and school representative/contact person  Service booking & cost will be confirmed by the school and Accelerate Learning Centres by  Logistics of the day will be forwarded by the Centre Director to school rep/contact  Feedback will be provided to the school together with any assessment data

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