Graham School @grahamschoolThe @scarbcommfridge has reopened, such a great sense of #community in Scarborough. Please see details below... days ago
Graham School @grahamschoolGreat work going on today in Y9 Drama and Y9 Food - well done to all students and staff! Excellent creative design work and good jam tarts as part of the pastry project! #Creativity #GrowAtGraham #ThriveWithHope days ago
Graham School @grahamschoolWell done to students in Y7, Y8 and Y9 who received 'Treats on Friday' from Miss Robins today for hard work, positivity, resilience, teamwork, improvement and maturity! We are very proud! #GrowAtGraham #TeamGraham #Positivity #ThriveWithHope days ago
Graham School @grahamschoolLast year a number of our students entered a nationwide writing competition. We are proud to announce that many of those entries have now been published. Congratulations to all students involved! #TeamGraham #ThriveWithHope #BookBuzz 📚 days ago
Graham School @grahamschoolThe odd socks are out in force today at #TeamGraham we are so proud of our students and staff for supporting #OddSocksDay - here are just some of our favourites so far. #AntiBullyingWeek week ago
Graham School @grahamschoolLetter from the Principal. Friday 13th November 2020. weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolReminder for Monday - We want to see as many odd socks as possible for #OddSocksDay. It's all for a great cause and to visibly demonstrate that we at #TeamGraham are #AgainstBullying. 🧦🧦🧦🧦 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolGraham School Remembrance 11th November 2020 Like many across the world, we were unable to have our usual service to commemorate Remembrance Day, however a two minute silence was held in the school after a virtual assembly was presented to all students. #RemembranceDay weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolYear 8 received certificates & badges for their hard work & effort whilst participating in the Young Leadership Archbishop's Award. The students arranged a Christmas fair raising a significant amount of money for charity along with community based form activities. #ThriveWithHope weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolMonday 16th November is Odd Socks Day and we are taking part to visibly demonstrate that bullying is something we do not tolerate. We will have a range of anti-bullying activities & assemblies in tutor time next week. Get your odd socks out and ready #TeamGraham #AntiBullying weeks ago


DfE Required Information

What Academies Must Publish Online

This page explains how Graham School complies with the legislation, by showing where the items can be found on our website.

Last Audit: April 2019, for October 2018 Guidance

School contact details

Your school’s name        

Footer of every page

Your school’s postal address      

Your school’s telephone number             

The name of the member of staff who deals with queries from parents and other members of the public.  


The name and contact details of your special educational needs (SEN) co-ordinator (SENCO) if you’re a mainstream school.


Admission arrangements

Community schools and voluntary-controlled schools

If the local authority decides your admissions write that parents should contact the local authority to find out about your admission arrangements.


Ofsted reports

You must publish either:

A copy of your school’s most recent Ofsted report

Either/or – see below

A link to the report on the Ofsted website


Exam and assessment results

Key stage 4 (end of secondary school) results

You must publish the following details from your school’s most recent key stage 4 results:

Progress 8 score


Attainment 8 score

Percentage of pupils who got a good pass (grade C or above) in English and maths – from January 2018 you should publish the percentage of pupils who achieved a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English and maths.

Percentage of pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) combination of subjects (this means pupils who got a GCSE grade C or above in English, maths, 2 sciences, a language, and history or geography) – during the transition to the new GCSE grading scale we will base the EBacc pass level on grade 5 or above for reformed subjects and grade C and above for unreformed subjects.

Student ‘destinations’ (the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study).

Performance tables

You must include a link to the school and college performance tables service.

/our-school/ and /examinations/


You must publish:

The content of your school curriculum in each academic year for every subject.


A list of the courses available to pupils at key stage 4, including GCSEs.


How parents or other members of the public can find out more about the curriculum your school is following.


Behaviour policy

You should publish details of your school’s behaviour policy.

The policy must comply with Section 89 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006.

Read advice on developing and publishing your school’s behaviour policy.


School complaints procedure

You must publish details of your school’s complaints procedure, which must comply with Section 29 of the Education Act 2002. Read guidance on developing your school’s complaints procedure.

HLTY – Compalints Procedure

You must also publish any arrangements for handling complaints from parents of children with special educational needs (SEN) about the support the school provides.


Pupil premium

You must publish a strategy for the school’s use of the pupil premium. You no longer have to publish a ‘pupil premium statement’.

For the current academic year, you must include:

Your school’s pupil premium grant allocation amount.

A summary of the main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at the school.

How you’ll spend the pupil premium to overcome those barriers and the reasons for that approach.

How you’ll measure the effect of the pupil premium.

The date of the next review of the school’s pupil premium strategy.


For the previous academic year, you must include:

How you spent the pupil premium allocation.

The effect of the expenditure on eligible and other pupils.


Pupil premium funding is allocated for each financial year, but the information you publish online should refer to the academic year, as this is how parents understand the school system.

Year 7 literacy and numeracy catch-up premium

If your school has received year 7 literacy and numeracy catch-up premium funding, you must publish:

Your funding allocation for the current academic year.

Details of how you intend to spend your allocation.

Details of how you spent your previous year’s allocation.

How last year’s allocation made a difference to the attainment of the pupils who benefit from the funding.


Special educational needs (SEN) and disability information

You must publish an SEN information report on your school’s policy for pupils with SEN and should update it annually.

You should update any changes occurring during the year as soon as possible.

The report must comply with:


Careers Information and Guidance

  • The name, email address and telephone number of the school’s Careers Leader.


  • A summary of the careers programme, including details of how pupils, parents, teachers and employers may access information about the careers programme.
  • How the school measures and assesses the impact of the careers programme on pupils.
  • The date of the school’s next review of the information published.



Equality objectives

Public bodies, including local-authority-maintained schools, are covered by the public sector equality duty in the Equality Act 2010. This means you have to publish:

  • details of how your school is complying with the public sector equality duty– you should update this every year.
  • your school’s equality objectives – you should update this at least once every 4 years.

Details of these publishing obligations are set out in Equality Act 2010: advice for schools


Governors’ information and duties

You must publish:

Details of the structure and responsibilities of the governing body and its committees


Information about each governor’s:

  • business interests
  • financial interests
  • governance roles in other schools


Charging and remissions policies

You must publish your school’s charging and ‘remissions’ policies (this means when you cancel fees). The policies must include details of:

  • the activities or cases where your school will charge pupils’ parents.
  • the circumstances where your school will make an exception on a payment you would normally expect to receive under your charging policy.

HLTY – Charges and Remissions

Values and ethos

Your website should include a statement of your school’s ethos and values.


Hope Learning Trust York Information

Annual Report and Accounts

HLTY – Annual Report

Trustees Information and Duties

HLTY – Trust Board

Requests for paper copies

If a parent requests a paper copy of the information on your school’s website, you must provide this free of charge.


Ease of Access Statement – Also applies to letters


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