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Pupil Premium and Year 7 Catch-up

Pupil Premium Impact Report

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2017-18  - £424,549 total Pupil Premium funding received

Objectives

  • To further improve levels of literacy and numeracy for students
  • To use data more effectively to track students’ progress in a detailed, sustained and rigorous manner, to identify more precise reasons for under-achievement and to provide effective interventions and support
  • To ensure students are fully supported and guided in each stage of transition 
  • To give students a wider experience of school life, both within and out of school hours
  • To engage all students inside and outside the classroom
  • To stretch the most able students and raise their aspiration levels
  • To further develop systems to positively encourage and reward students
  • To offer a wide range of mental health support

 

Pupil Premium Funding Allocation 2017-18 £424,549

Item/Programme

 17/18

Attendance Family Support Worker

£34,884

City Year Intervention Programme

£60,000

Careers Fairs/Work Related Learning

£35,000

PiXL Club Membership

£4350

Whole School Reward Systems

£3000

Alternative Education Provision including KS4 Flexi Learning, New Directions and Compass Programme + Flexi Learning coordinator allowance

£96,377

2 Additional English Teachers to create smaller class sizes

£70,000

Higher Performance Induction Programme

£4000

KS3 and 4 Debate Mate Programme

£1500

After School Language Classes

£19,500

Assistant Headteachers x 2 in charge of Inclusion created

£20,000

Assistant SENCO post created

£5000

3 x G & T coordinators

£6000

Literacy and Numeracy coordinators

£5000

RSC for Schools Hub Membership

£500

Learning Mentors x 2

£40,000

School Counsellor x 2 days

£21,000

Total

£426,111

 

 DISADVANTAGED OUTCOMES

 

Progress 8

 

2015

2016

2017

2018

All pupils

0.11

0.41

0.31

0.35

Male

-0.11

0.19

0.07

0.06

Female

0.37

0.67

0.6

0.68

Disadvantaged

-0.15

0.18

0.07

0.31

Other

0.25

0.52

0.41

0.39

Free School Meals

-0.15

0.19

0.04

0.41

Children Looked After

-0.02

0.24

1.03

0.26

 

PP 19 1

PP 19 2

PP 19 3

“Progress 8 was in the top quintile (20%) for at least two years for disadvantaged pupils” (IDSR, December 2018).

PP 19 4

PP 19 5PP 19 6PP 19 7PP 19 8PP 19 9

PP 19 10

PP 19 11

Pupil Premium funding has been used for targeted support to raise attainment and the table below details how this funding has been used:

Intervention

Cost

Impact

After School Enrichment / Revision Clubs

£8,000

Continued improvement in English and Maths GCSE results for key groups of FSM students.

2 Additional English Teachers

£70,000

Continued improvement in English and Maths GCSE results for key groups of FSM students.

2 x AHTs Inclusion

£75,000

Reduction in exclusion and PA rates and improvement in attendance rates-add specific data for PP students

Additional G & T Co-ordinators

£6000

Increase in % students achieving the highest grades and exceeding expected progress in Maths GCSE.

Literacy and Numeracy coordinators

£5000

% of FSM students making and exceeding expected progress in key target groups is above the national average in both English and Maths. Library Loan rates have increased.

Whole School Careers Programme

£35,000

Improved engagement

Year 11 HPP Preparation

£4,000

Improved ‘Step up’ provision and induction which has aided transitioning to A levels

Attendance and Parent Support Officer

£34,884

School’s Persistent Absence figure has decreased to 5.7% which is below the national average of 6.5%. Overall attendance is 95.1%.

Debate Mate KS3 and 4

£1500

Improved communication skills and confidence especially in winning competitions

Whole School Reward System

£3000

% of students given opportunity to be rewarded for the way they 
have responded to the school’s expectations and to give them
the opportunity to experience environments that they might not 
be able to otherwise access.

After School Language Classes

£19,500

% of students achieving EBACC increased from 4-16%, an all-time high for the school. Significant factor with this increase was linked to the 10% increase in languages offered include Urdu, Arabic, Turkish, Latin, Portuguese, Persian, Italian, Spanish and Greek.

Alternative Education Provision including KS4 Flexi Learning, New Directions and Compass Programme + Flexi Learning co-ordinator allowance

£96,377

Continued improvement in engagement

RSC Schools Hub Membership

£500

4 x students selected to be trained to perform with RSC cast in Romeo and Juliet at Barbican (January 2019 tour)

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Planned Expenditure 2018/19

Pupil Premium Allocation: £457,697

Item/Programme

 18/19

2 x Assistant Headteachers Inclusion

£80,000

Assistant Headteacher Teaching and Learning/Pedagogy

£10,000

3 x Additional Teaching and Learning/Pedagogy Lead Practitioners

£6000

EAL Graduate Teaching Assistant

£25,000

Attendance Family Support Worker

£25,045

Careers Fairs/Work Related Learning

£35,000

PiXL Club Membership

£4350

PiXL “Strive for 5” Student Revision Conferences

£400

Student Rewards

£3000

Alternative Education Provision including KS4 Flexi Learning, New Directions and Compass Programme + Flexi Learning coordinator allowance

£96,377

2 x Additional English Teachers

£70,000

Higher Performance Induction Programme

£4000

KS3 and 4 Debate Mate

£1500

Brilliant Club

£10,000

RSC Shakespeare Hub membership

£500

After School Language Classes

£19,500

Assistant SENCO

£5000

Additional G & T coordinator

£6000

Literacy and Numeracy coordinators

£5000

Cover for KS3 Core Teachers to visit primary schools

£5000

Learning Mentors x 2

£25,000

Full Time School Counsellor

£25,000

Total

£461,675