Pupil Premium

Planned Spending for 2017/18

The total pupil premium funding allocated to us for 2017/18 is £233,445 the funding runs from April 2017 to March 2018.

Number of students and Pupil Premium Grant(PPG) received
Total No of students on roll 843
Total No of students eligible for PPG 252
Post looked after pupils based on Jan 2017 census £1,900
Armed services £300 & £1,235
Amount of PPG received per student £935
Total amount of PPG received £236,645

 

Pupil Premium used for: Is this a new or additional intervention activity/action? Brief summary of the intervention or action: Intended Outcomes Cost of Intervention or strategy
Positively Mad

Company

Continued intervention Positively Mad will run Exam Busters session for Year 11 students

They will also run Maths C/D borderline study skills session

Students will be better prepared for their exams leading to improved outcomes. Most students in the past felt they benefited from these sessions

 

Improved outcomes

in Maths with fewer D

grades

£1300.00
LAC Continued intervention All provision

including equipment, resources, travel and homework requirements paid for.

All educational trips are paid for

LAC make expected progress or better throughout the year in all subjects. £ 3000

 

Motivational Speaker Continued action Motivational session for all students to keep them focused and de-stressed and motivated for final exams Improved concentration in lessons leading to improved learning, revision and therefore outcomes £950
Key workers (working with PP students)  

New action

Identified key workers will work identified PP

students on a weekly basis to mentor them

1: 1, link with parents

and liaise with staff.

PP Students on the programme will have improved focus, motivation, attendance and therefore improved outcomes through rapid progress. 12 key workers with 3 hours of

paid work/week for

20 week period +

on costs=

 

£7,965

Specialist Mentors in English and Mathematics to raise achievement (2 in maths and 2 in English) Continued in lesson one to one support given to pupils along with tutor time intervention to help develop basic concepts and skills in the two subjects. Additional staffing allows the learning mentors to work in the classroom under teacher guidance or extract the pupils

and work in a smaller group thereby offering more personalised

support. This also enables the students to get instant feedback which engages and improves learning

Improved impact on all key indicators for

2017 outcomes and

improved progress by PP students in KS3 classes

£40,872
Behaviour & Learning

Managers

Continuing support Dedicated Behaviour and Learning Managers x 3 to support students at risk of disengagement via alternative provisions,

mentoring and individual one-to- one.

Students better engaged in lesson, pro-active work carried out by the BLM to avoid exclusions of disadvantaged

students. Internal and exclusions of disadvantaged students to be reduced and maintain zero permanent exclusion

£38,500
Attendance Officer

 

+EWO

Continued intervention with a focus to improving attendance of disadvantaged students Attendance officer to take over the role of the mentor for low attending disadvantaged students Improved attendance and PA of disadvantaged students £6,000

 

PRU Continued intervention; Initially reported with Alternative provision Personalised curriculum offered to students via a range of agencies such as

FE college, PRU,

Making learning work, etc.

NEETs figures zero £15,000
Alternative provision Continued

intervention; initially reported with PRU

Personalised

curriculum offered to students via a range of agencies such as

FE college, PRU,

Making learning work, etc.

NEETs figures zero £10,000
Financial / Administrative Support Support to ensure funding in place to support students Appropriate funding secured and invested in disadvantaged students for the next cycle Ensure that all PP/LAC receive discount for Educational visits and Pupil premium support.

 

Pupil premium financial reporting is accurate.

£21,000
Breakfast Club New action PP students invited to breakfast club to come and do reading and improve writing skills Encourage students to come early and take part in intervention- develop a habit of reading and improve literacy skills thereby improve outcomes in English. £1,000
Booster

Classes/holiday classes Staffing and photocopying costs

Continuous

Intervention

Students invited to a range of holiday classes such as Easter classes, half-term classes, etc.to help with developing skills for coursework completion/ exam skills Attainment 8 and Progress 8 measures to improve for the disadvantaged pupils £1000
Timetabled staffing within the Achievement Centre to ensure quality provision. New Intervention Students with behavioural issues and at risk of failure put on a modified provision to personalised their learning. One to one support given to improve engagement No NEETS and improved 5 A*-G /A*- C measure £10,000

 

Purchase laptops New Action Laptops to be issued to students within school to enable them to do their work to a good standard. Improved resourcing should impact the quality and quantity of work completed leading to improvement in progress made £10,000
Specific individualised Resources (ICT software, laptops, workbooks, revision guides, textbooks, travel costs, essential equipment etc.) New Intervention via new types of resources to be incorporated Disadvantaged students supplied with a range of resources to enable them to revise and aid their learning.

 

Laptop with specific software provided to enable its use at home

Narrowing the gap on key headlines and Basics measure £7,000
Educational Visits Continued action Educational trips arranged for disadvantaged students to HE places and FE colleges to aspire them Increased application to FE places and therefore HE by disadvantaged students £5,000
PP Co-ordinator New action Co-ordinate the work

carried out by the dept. on PP students. Be the link between staff and underperforming PP students and act as mentor to some pp students

Better engagement of

PP students.

£8,125

 

Literacy/Numeracy support Continued

Intervention

Reading programme put in place for all year 7s.

 

Lexia Licences for students with low Literacy levels

 

Read and Write Software for students with poor reading skills.

 

Extra TA support for students with low literacy/numeracy skills

 

Reading for pleasure to be introduced

Improved levels of literacy and numeracy from year 7 to year

11. All years to have planned programme of intervention evidencing impact

£5,000
Pupil Premium Teaching and monitoring across the curriculum Continued provision Teachers, TLR holders and management working on a daily basis to improve PP progress Pupil premium students to be focused upon in teaching across the curriculum so that underachievement

will be identified early and reacted to. PP

will have individualised plans, leading to improved delivery of lessons and preparation for assessment.

£36,000
Photocopying for Pupil premium support in lessons, intervention and homework. Provision reported in a different way to last year. Photocopied resources to ensure PP students are adequately supported in lessons and intervention Pupil premium provision in lessons is individualised and differentiated. £2232
Budget £233,445 Planned Spend £ 229,944

Contingency Funds:  £6,701

Spending Review for 2016/17

The total pupil premium funding allocated to us for 2016/17 is £220,115 and the funding runs from April 2016 to March 2017.

Number of students and Pupil Premium Grant(PPG) received
Total No of students on roll 832
Total No of students eligible for PPG 233
Amount of PPG received per student £935      (1*233 and 3*1900)
Total amount of PPG received £220,115

 

Pupil Premium used for: Is this a new or additional intervention activity/action? Brief summary of the intervention or action: Intended Outcomes Cost of Intervention or strategy
Positively Mad

Company

Continued intervention Positively Mad will run Exam Busters session for Year 11 students

They will also run Maths C/D borderline study skills session

Students will be better prepared for their exams leading to improved outcomes. Most students in the past felt they benefited from these sessions

 

Improved outcomes

in Maths with fewer D

grades

£278.00
LAC Continued intervention All provision

including equipment, resources, travel and homework requirements paid for.

All educational trips

are paid for.

LAC make expected progress or better throughout the year in all subjects. £ 3000
Elevate Education

Company

Continued action Ace your Exams- Work with high attainers and deliver study skills Improve A*/A grades.

 

Improved key measures and narrowing the gap

£500

 

Brilliant Club New intervention Students will go to a Russell Group University and complete a mini dissertation and then graduate. To be taught by Masters students Raising aspirations of disadvantaged students £800
Motivational Speaker Continued action Motivational session for all students to keep them focused and de-stressed and motivated for final exams Improved concentration in lessons leading to improved learning, revision and therefore outcomes £850
Specialist Mentors in English and Mathematics to raise achievement

 

 

 

 

 

+ Additional

English teacher (ET)

Continued in lesson one to one support given to pupils along with tutor time intervention to help develop basic concepts and skills in the two subjects. Additional staffing allows the learning mentors to work in the classroom under teacher guidance or extract the pupils

and work in a smaller group thereby offering more personalised

support. This also enables the students to get instant feedback which engages and improves learning

Improved impact on all key indicators for

2016 outcomes and

improved progress by PP students in KS3 classes

£36,000
Behaviour & Learning

Managers

Continuing support Dedicated Behaviour and Learning Managers x 3 to support students at risk of disengagement via alternative provisions,

mentoring and

individual one-to- one.

Students better engaged in lesson, pro-active work carried out by the BLM to avoid exclusions of disadvantaged

students. Internal and exclusions of disadvantaged students to be reduced and maintain zero permanent exclusion

£38,500
Attendance Officer

 

+EWO

Continued intervention with a focus to improving attendance of disadvantaged students Attendance officer to take over the role of the mentor for low attending disadvantaged students Improved attendance and PA of disadvantaged students £6,000

 

PRU Continued intervention; Initially reported with Alternative provision Personalised curriculum offered to students via a range of agencies such as

FE college, PRU,

Making learning work, etc.

NEETs figures zero £6426
Alternative provision +

laptops

Continued

intervention; initially reported with PRU

Personalised

curriculum offered to students via a range of agencies such as

FE college, PRU,

Making learning work, etc.

NEETs figures zero £10,000
Financial / Administrative Support Support to ensure funding in place to support students Appropriate funding secured and invested in disadvantaged students for the next cycle Ensure that all PP/LAC receive discount for Educational visits and Pupil premium support.

 

Pupil premium financial reporting is accurate.

£31,000
Booster

Classes/holiday classes Staffing and photocopying costs

Continuous

Intervention

Students invited to a range of holiday classes such as Easter classes, half-term classes, etc.to help with developing skills for coursework completion/ exam skills Attainment 8 and Progress 8 measures to improve for the disadvantaged pupils £1300
Timetabled staffing within the Achievement Centre to ensure quality provision. New Intervention Students with behavioural issues and at risk of failure put on a modified provision to personalised their learning. One to one support given to improve engagement No NEETS and improved 5 A*-G /A*- C measure £13,000

 

Base 25 Anger Management and ANGRY KIDS initiative Continuous

Intervention

Base 25 staff invited into school to hold anger management classes to enable students to avoid confrontations and stay focused in lessons Further reduce referrals of disadvantaged students from lessons leading to better engagement and therefore learning

 

Fewer behavioural points

£2,000
Specific individualised Resources (ICT software, laptops, workbooks, revision guides, textbooks, travel costs, essential equipment etc.) New Intervention via new types of resources to be incorporated Disadvantaged students supplied with a range of resources to enable them to revise and aid their learning.

 

Laptop with specific software provided to enable its use at home

Narrowing the gap on key headlines and Basics measure £12,000
Progress Leaders for KS3 and 4 coordinator (in proportion) New Intervention KS3 and 4 progress leaders to coordinate all intervention and support for disadvantaged students and track their progress Improved tracking and monitoring to proactively address intervention, do pupil trials, observe learning in lessons £9,000
Educational Visits Continued action Educational trips arranged for disadvantaged students to HE places and FE colleges to aspire them Increased application to FE places and therefore HE by disadvantaged students £4,000

 

Literacy/Numeracy support Continued

Intervention

Reading programme put in place for all year 7s.

 

Lexia Licences for students with low Literacy levels

 

Read and Write Software for students with poor reading skills.

 

Extra TA support for students with low literacy/numeracy skills

 

Reading for pleasure to be introduced

Improved levels of literacy and numeracy from year 7 to year

11. All years to have planned programme of intervention evidencing impact

£5,000
Pupil Premium Teaching and monitoring across the curriculum Continued provision Teachers, TLR holders and management working on a daily basis to improve PP progress Pupil premium students to be focused upon in teaching across the curriculum so that underachievement

will be identified early and reacted to. PP

will have individualised plans, leading to improved delivery of lessons and preparation for assessment.

£38,229
Photocopying for Pupil premium support in lessons, intervention and homework. Provision reported in a different way to last year. Photocopied resources to ensure PP students are adequately supported in lessons and in intervention Pupil premium provision in lessons is individualised and differentiated. £2232
  Budget £220,115 Planned Spend £ 220,115

 

Performance of disadvantaged students- 2017 outcomes
Total no: 39  
A*-C(9 -1)% in English ( Disadvantaged) 41.03%
A*-C(9-1)% in English ( excluding disadvantaged students educated offsite) 48.48%
A*-C(9-1)% in Maths ( Disadvantaged) 43.59%
A*-C(9-1)% in Maths ( excluding disadvantaged students educated offsite) 51.51%
A*-C(9-1)% in Languages 100%
Basics measure ( Disadvantaged) 33.3%
Basics measure ( excluding disadvantaged students educated offsite) 39.39%
Attainment 8 score ( Disadvantaged) 36.19
Attainment 8 score ( excluding disadvantaged students educated offsite) 41.35
Progress 8 Score ( Disadvantaged) -1.5
Progress 8 Score ( excluding disadvantaged students educated offsite) -0.99