Pupil Premium 2015-16

Description

Amount

CLA Summer 2015

£4,438

Pupil Premium Adopted

£7,600

Pupil Premium deprivation

£232,815

Pupil Premium service children

£300

CLA Autumn 2016

£4,431

   

Total Income

£249,584

 

Pupil Premium Spending 2015-16

 
   

Behaviour & Emotional Wellbeing support

£

Re-engagement Leader

28062

Early Intervention Manager

21381

Learning Support Worker

12258

Parent Support Worker

25961

Green Room Supervision

28000

Learning mentor

14558

Learning mentor

12209

Attendance officer

25767

Literacy Support

 

National literacy trust

250

Library books

2000

Curriculum Support

 

Extra Maths & English sets Y11

46578

Small group intervention En & Ma Y11

5000

Specialist HLTA in Maths & English

25126

Careers Advice

 

Aspire-I

2000

Enriching Experience

 

Support for trips & residentials

6598

TOTAL

249150


 Pupil Premium Review

The pupil premium review was undertaken in February 2015 and identified the following action points. The school’s responses are also indicated below:

The following action points were agreed:

  • to develop a system to record the range of interventions for each students receiving the pupil premium and map their progress against targets.  This system to be used for all students on the pupil premium, Years 7- 11 inclusive.
  • Heads of department to monitor these students’ progress in their specific subject area allowing the two to dovetail so that senior leaders and Heads of Subject are working concurrently to maximise each student’s achievement.
  • Year Co-ordinators to utilise this information in identifying underachievement.
  • to further develop the role of the Pupil Premium Leader in utilising the data that is generated and lead intervention programmes in a strategic way so that the impact of each strategy can be gauged and staff and resources utilised in an effective and efficient manner.
  • to further develop high quality support from trained experts in their field for students suffering from family breakdown, illness, bereavement, drug or alcohol abuse in the family, young carers and those at risk of sexual abuse.

Longer term developments for consideration:

  • to develop the role and expertise of the school librarian, enhance literacy and reading, increase the ‘footfall’ in the library and introduce a regular calendar of events and competitions that encourage students to read for enjoyment.

 

Spreadsheet created but then responsibility devolved to Director of Studies and Subject Leaders who track progress of PP students. Director of Studies for each year produce a progress report and present to SLT following each data point, identifying interventions that are taking place.

Department review report produced following each data point includes analysis of PP student’s progress. Class teacher analysis requires each named student to be commented upon in terms of their progress and identify interventions.

Director of Studies identify underachievement through reporting process and plan interventions.

Leadership of Pupil Premium given to Assistant Principal, who has now left the school. Progress of PP students monitored by Director of Studies for each year, and Deputy Principal at strategic level.

Team of behaviour support professionals created, including:

  • Re-engagement Leader
  • Early intervention Manager
  •  Learning Support Worker
  • Parent Support Worker
  • Learning Mentors
  • Attendance Officer
  • Green Room Supervisor (for newly created isolation room)

Literacy Leader appointed who gives regular briefings to staff, and sends out a weekly focus. Literacy strategies used, particularly in relation to under-achieving boys.