Hello. My name is Miss Senior and I am the school’s Inclusion Leader (SENCo). If you have any concerns or enquiries regarding inclusion please do not hesitate to contact me via the school office and I will be happy to help.

Mrs Hood, our Inclusion Assistant, leads on and has responsibility for Pupil Premium which is additional funding for publically funded schools in England; its aim is to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to close the gap between them and their peers. Goring CE Primary School will only receive this additional money to spend on children if parents or guardians who are eligible apply for it. 

Who is eligible?

The school is awarded the additional funding for children who meet any of the following criteria:

  • Have a parent serving in the armed forces;
  • Are currently entitled to free school meals
  • Have been entitled to free school meals within the last 6 years;
  • Are ‘looked after
  • Are covered by a guardianship order
  • Are covered by a residency order
  • Have been adopted from care

If you are eligible you will need to apply via the online application on WSCC website via this link Free school meals - West Sussex County Council

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HAF - Holiday Activities and Food Programme

The HAF programme is fully funded by the Department for Education and offers children who are entitled to benefits related free school meals the opportunity to attend participating holiday activity clubs and have a free meal.

Benefits-related free school meals (FSM) are available to pupils if their parents are in receipt of one of the qualifying benefits and have a claim verified by West Sussex County Council.

Eligible children can attend their chosen HAF provision for a maximum of four days per week for one week at Easter, four weeks during the Summer and one week at Christmas.

Aims of the HAF programme

For children who attend this provision to:

  • eat healthily over the school holidays
  • be active during the school holidays
  • take part in engaging and enriching activities which support the development of resilience, character and wellbeing along with their wider educational attainment
  • be safe and not to be socially isolated
  • have a greater knowledge of health and nutrition
  • be more engaged with school and other local services.

For families who participate in this programme to:

  • develop their understanding of nutrition and food budgeting
  • be signposted towards other information and support, for example, health, employment and education.

How to access HAF

All HAF bookings must be made using the online HAF booking system. You will be able to book a maximum of 4 sessions in the Easter holidays, 16 in the summer holidays and 4 sessions in the Winter holidays.

The length of the session will depend on which provider you choose, but each session will be a minimum of 4 hours long. One session = One HAF credit.

The first time you use the booking system you will be required to create an account. Once you have access to the booking system, you will be able to search for a suitable HAF provider and make bookings for your child/children. A separate booking needs to be made for each child you wish to attend your selected activity.

Guidance on how to use the booking system (PDF, 693KB)

You will require your child’s HAF code to register, this will be the same code you have used previously. If you do not have your HAF code, please check your award letter from the Free School Meal Team in the first instance. If the letter does not show your HAF code, you can ask your child’s school office or email us at

If you require support to access the internet or to complete the registration form, you can find this by visiting your local Family Hub.

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