High Attaining Pupils
What is a High Attaining Pupil (HAP)?
HAP stands for High Attaining Pupils based on their key stage 2 data. As a school, we are required to use their KS2 English (reading) and Maths test scores on completion of their primary school phase. Their results in both papers are combined to calculate a KS2 average point score for every student. This average point score is what is used to classify all students as; HAP,MAP or LAP.
Opportunities for HAPS
All staff have a responsibility to know who the HAP’s are and to ensure that their planning addresses their needs.
What is on offer for HAP Pupils?
- Brilliant Club
- Russell Group University Conference
- Speak out Competitions
- Challenge Club
- Extra-Curricular activities
- HAP parents evening
- Stretch and Challenge Focus Week
- Watch and Listen
- Maths Challenge
- Creative Writing Club
- Performing Arts Showcase
- Year 5 Enrichment Days
- Introduction of a HAP Subcommittee at School Council
- STEM workshops
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