Strategic School Improvement Fund
The Strategic School Improvement Fund (SSIF) is a government grant designed to build a “school-led system” by providing additional funding to schools that need to improve performance and pupil attainment. The fund is used to support medium- to long-term sustainable activities across groups of schools.
LTT are leading the the Lincolnshire approach to the SSIF, and have appointed three SSIF co-ordniators to work in partnership with the Local Authority, MATs the Kyra Research School and other partners to identify and co-oridnate the identification of need and capacity.
|Primary and Early Years||Secondary||Special Schools|
|Helen Barker||Doug Drake||Claire Buffham|
Lincolnshire Teaching Schools Together have been sucessful in two SSIF applications and are delighted to be working with over 60 schools to improve performance in English and Maths.
The Lincolnshire English Achievement Project (LEAP)
This project aims to reduce the attainment gap for disadvantaged children and vulnerable groups at Early Years, KS1 & KS2 by improving literacy and communication skills.
We will provide identified schools with the tools and knowledge to review and refine their approach to closing the gap in literacy, alongside an evidence-based package of interventions and programmes aimed at supporting disadvantaged children and vulnerable groups.
Lead Teaching School: Kyra Teaching School Alliance, Lincoln
Number of schools: 41 Primary Schools
The Lincolnshire Attainment in Maths Project (LAMP)
More information coming soon......
Lead Teaching School: Connect Teaching School Alliance, Boston
Number of schools: 20 Primary Schools