What is Pupil Premium?
In England and Wales, data would suggest that students who:
• are entitled to free school meals (FSM),
• have been entitled to FSM during the last six years (Ever6),
• children in care or looked after (CIC)
Are less likely to make good educational progress than students who haven’t. The reasons for this correlation are complex and no actual causal relationship has been proven. However, the government has a stated aim to narrow this gap in attainment and since 2011 has provided additional funding to schools to support them in so doing.
2015/16 Pupil Premium allocation: £109,762
|*Estimated Total expenditure 2015-16: £109,961 Activity||Cost (£)|
|Pupil Premium (Resources) – direct financial support in purchasing food, clothing and other items and resources to enable PP students to access and thrive as learners both at school and at home. Full or partial funding for participants on enhanced curriculum trips and excursions to support deeper learning in contrasting environments from routine school learning.||2639|
|Behaviour and Attendance Worker(s), designated staffing to meet the needs of at risk PP students of becoming PA and/or excluded students.
Numeracy TA’s contribution, – to support KS3/4 students to improve their numeracy skills and knowledge and confidence with the use of number.
Literacy TA’s contribution, – to support KS3/4 students to improve their literacy skills and knowledge and confidence with the use of language and communication.
|Supply staffing – curriculum delivery and intervention including weekly small group sessions to boost writing with KS3 students and prepare for exams with KS4 students.||32290|
|Maths and Science intervention staffing – focused intervention including providing additional work and support specific to need each week in maths for PP students Years 9-10. A targeted group of students in Year 11 specifically focussing on revision of topics they find difficult as identified from past papers and mock exams.||30032|
Year 7 Catch-Up Premium