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The Sunshine Project
Teaching English and performing arts to students mainly 11- 16 year old students who are either needing EAL support or getting pupils premium.
9am - 12.30pm EAL Classes
12.30 - 1.30pm Lunch
1.30- 3pm Performing Art, Games and Educational trips in London.
July 2018 - August 2018
Charity information: North London Grammar School
Lack of nutrition for disadvantaged children.
Language barrier for self study during the summer
We will provide healthy food during the project and teach English to overcome the language barrier
Progress levels of English for students
Activities» Structured teaching during the project
What success will look like
The students will be tested with the oxford university placement test at the beginning and the end of programme to monitor progress
The students will improve their English so this will have a positive impact in their attainment in all subjects. The activity programme will make sure that these students visit central London attractions. Most of the students in outer London do not have opportunity to go out of their local area. This will help their self esteem and independent learning skills.
Regular attendance and completion of tasks are curicial for the success of the project. We will involve their parents with clear communication and reporting. We will have differentiated activities which will engage different ability groups.
We will email the donors outcome of the project in terms of achievement and some testimonials of participants.
Budget - Project Cost: £43,500Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £20,000 English Lessons Holding English Lessons for 30 local children for 4 weeks £6,000 Lunch Providing hot meals for 30 children for 4 weeks £8,000 Art and Music Workshops Holding Art and Music workshops for 30 children 3 times a week for 4 weeks £4,000 London Sightseeing Educational and cultural trips to London twice a week for 4 weeks £3,000 Admin and marketing Registration, promotion and Campaign £500 Rewards Award of recognition and certificates £2,000 Video Short Video clips of the project presented as DVD
Hendon, Barnet. %56 etnic minority. Sri Lankan, Afgan, Iranian, Turkish, Chinese background.
Children coming from families where English is not first language and children on pupil premium
Location and experience in delivering educational programmes. Understanding the needs of EAL and vulnerable children
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