What is ISP?

Here at The King’s, we endeavour to support students so they achieve the very best in school. With this is mind, students identified by SLT who appear to be underperforming will be invited to engage with the ISP program. This is an intervention strategy for Key Stage 4 students to support them on their academic journey so they are able to reach their full potential. The Progress Manager will work closely with a number of stakeholders including SLT, Heads of Faculty, the Inclusion team and parents to ensure any potential barriers to learning are addressed and where possible, are removed. Please follow the link for further information: ISP Information Document

Parental Engagement

As part of ISP, parental engagement is crucial. The Progress Manager, Mrs K Hinchcliffe, will give you regular updates of your child’s performance on the ISP program via regular texts, emails and phone calls as well as inform you of what you can do to support at home.

ISP Stars of the Week

Year 11 ISP students are currently taking part in a chapter competition. Students are judged on their ATL scores as well as the quality of work they have produced at home and in class that week.

This weeks ISP star is:

Kaithen Read

Feedback of the ISP programme

Pupil Premium Review 2017

“ A meeting with the member of the ISP team has looked closely at the impact the programme is having on students’ attitude to learning, behaviour incidents in classrooms and around the school, and lateness to lessons. Improvement of students’ behaviour is evident as the number of incidents reported have reduced. Students are now arriving more promptly to lessons, are more focused and engaged and therefore accessing more of the learning available.”

Parent feedback from ISP revision evening Jan 2019

“Thank you for the session you provided for children and parents. it was very insightful, carefully constructed and enjoyable. Yourself and the other teachers are a credit to the school and clearly show how passionate you all are in helping each individual to succeed”