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Joseph Leckie Academy

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Finance, Annual Reports and Accounts

Joseph Leckie Academy Trust - Registered Number: 07892678

Please send all finance related correspondence including invoices and queries to:

 

JLAFinance@josephleckieacademy.co.uk

Details about our Academy's Owner

Joseph Leckie converted to Academy status in February 2012. The Joseph Leckie Academy Trust is the legal owner. The contact details for the trust are as the Academy address listed on our Contact Us page.

Governance Click here to view our Trust Board Page
   
Annually Audited Accounts

Trustees Report and Financial Statements - Year Ending 31 August 2020

Higher Paid Staff Year ending 31 August 2020

Trustees Report and Financial Statements - Year Ending 31 August 2019

Trustees Report and Financial Statements - Year Ending 31 August 2018

Trustees Report and Financial Statements - Year Ending 31 August 2017

Trustees Report and Financial Statements - Year Ending 31 August 2016

Trustees Report and Financial Statements - Year Ending 31 August 2015

Trustees Report and Financial Statements - Year Ending 31 August 2014

Trustees Report and Financial Statements - Year Ending 31 August 2013

   
Facility Time Publication Requirements Click here to view the Facility Time Publication Requirements
   
Memorandum of Association Click here to view the Memorandum of Association
   
Articles of Association Click here to view Articles of Association
   
Names of Charity Trustees and Members  Click here to view our Trust Board page
   
Funding Agreement Click here to view the Funding Agreement
   
Schools Financial Benchmarking Click here to to view our Financial Benchmarking report on the Schools Financial Benchmarking
   

16 to 19 Funding: 16 to 19 Tuition Fund

There are a total of 58 students resitting either GCSE Maths or GCSE English across Key Stage 5, this is made up of 25 Maths candidates, 33 English candidates and including 9 candidates who completing both qualifications.

The class sizes for these students has been able to be split to allow more focussed learning, encompassing two Maths classes of 12 and 13 respectively and three English classes of 15, 10 and 8.  Within English the classes have also been able to be split by year group, so year 13 have the smallest class size.  Where a student has a specific educational need a teaching assistant is incorporated into the lesson to support that need.

Students receive two, one-hour lesson periods each week, in each subject, they are also allocated a one-hour extra study period where a dedicated sixth form extra study supervisor supports the students, to ensure students are focussed on their specific areas of improvement within the GCSE.