Head of Virtual School: Jasmin Howell
Virtual School Telephone: 0115 8764692
Pupil Premium Plus
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Support and Guidance
For further information and guidance on the Virtual School service, please click here.
Previously Looked-After Support
Click here to find out how we support previously looked-after children.
To find out more about the training we offer to professionals working with looked-after children, please click here.
Exclusions, Inclusion and SEND
Virtual School Staff
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Post -16 Support
To find out how we support post-16 students in care, please click here.
CPD Resources for Professionals
We are now making interactive resources available to support new and experienced professionals who work to support the education of children in care. Designated Teachers, Carers, Social Workers and Designated Safeguarding Leads can now access a number of resources to help support you in your roles.
What will you gain?
› Specific insights and strategies on supporting children in care and those children who were previously in care, in need and on a child protection plan.
› Specialised information on attachment theory, trauma, inclusion and more.
› Digital certificates and badges upon completing courses
Please visit the Professionals Information area of this website to find out more and get your login details.
Recovery Premium Funding will be available in academic year 2021/22 to help support the education of some disadvantaged groups of children; this includes looked after and previously looked after children in year groups reception to year 11. Schools can apply for up £300 per child for looked-after children.
Schools requiring Pupil Premium Plus funding for Nottingham City looked after children of statutory school age during the Summer Term 2022 should submit funding applications between dates 1st April – 22nd July 2022 via the young person’s ePEP.
All Personal Education Plans for Nottingham City statutory school-aged children in care (Reception to Y11) must now be completed using the online E-PEP portal.
PEPs for Post-16 and Early Years should continue to be completed on paper-based word document forms and submitted via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
THE VIRTUAL SCHOOL
Nottingham City Virtual School is a statutory service that supports and monitors the education of children in care and previously looked-after children. Our mission is to champion the educational needs of these children, helping them to achieve the best possible outcomes.
The Virtual School provides advice and support to professionals working with Nottingham City children in care and children who reside in the Nottingham local authority area who have previously been looked-after. We work closely with teachers, school governors, social workers, independent reviewing officers (IROs), parents and carers.
The service monitors the educational provision, attendance, progress and attainment for all Nottingham City looked-after children, irrespective of where they are placed. The Virtual School aims to: promote achievement, raise attainment and ensure equality of opportunity to enhance the life chances of all looked-after children. We play a strategic role in ensuring the corporate parenting responsibilities of the local authority are met, with regard to the education of children in care.
A welcome from our virtual school head
Welcome to our website. My name is Jasmin and I am Head of the Nottingham City Virtual School. I lead a team of professionals who work hard to ensure that all children in care and previously looked-after children receive the best possible support educationally and have access to high quality education provision. Our mission is for all children in care to meet their educational potential and to achieve the best possible outcomes.
I hope you find this website useful and informative. Please get in contact if you require any further support and information.Jasmin Howell
FRIDAY, 1st April 2022
PUPIL PREMIUM PLUS SUMMER TERM 2022 APPLICATIONS
Schools can apply for Pupil Premium Plus via the ePEP from 1st April 2022 for all support and interventions taking place in the summer term.
17 June 2022 deadline - Design a poster competition open to cic aged 5 - 18 years
Design a poster about how to talk to people who are deaf or have hearing loss using the top tips about how you can be more deaf friendly. The winner will receive a selection of exciting books which have characters who are deaf or have hearing loss. Please ensure the child’s age and school/college is on the entry.
Send entries to the Virtual School see details below.
By post: Nottingham City Virtual School, Education Division, Nottingham City Council, Loxley House, Station Street, Nottingham, NG2 3NG
By email: TheVirtualSchool@nottinghamcity.gov.uk
Get In Touch
Location: The Virtual School, Nottingham City Council, Loxley House, Station Street, Nottingham, NG2 3NG
Telephone: 0115 876 4692 / 4694
School Hours: M-F: 9am – 5pm