Pupil Premium

NeneGate Pupil Premium 2015-2016

 

Pupil Premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers. The funding was first introduced in April 2011. Students are eligible for the Pupil Premium if they have claimed free school meals at any time in the last six years, are in the care of the local authority or have been adopted from care since 2006.

The main barriers to achievement faced by eligible pupils are:

  • Social, emotional and mental health issues
  • History of disaffection from education
  • Poor attendance
  • Home circumstances

 

As with all students in the school the aim of the funding is to improve outcomes.

 

Type of Pupil Premium funding

 

Total

Key Stage 2

 

£1,320

Key Stage 3 and 4

 

£22,440

Looked After Child Premium

£3633

Year 7 Catch Up Premium

£1000

Sports Premium

 

£500

Total

 

£28,893

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives:

  • Support students to make expected progress across the curriculum
  • Improve attendance
  • Improve literacy levels to reach reading age expectations
  • Reduce the frequency of inappropriate behaviour in school
  • Work collaboratively with Parents and Carers
  • Create an engaging curriculum and where necessary bespoke learning opportunities
  • Ensuring all students have aspirations and goals to work towards
  • Developing opportunities to engage in Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural learning and activities

 

Key Expenditure:

 

Resource

Allocation

Impact of Funding

Phonics interventions – pre learning and over learning

 

Year 7 phonics booster sessions - year 7 catch up premium

 

HLTA

£6498

 

 

 

£1000

Increase in reading ages and English levels

Example – increase in reading age of 3 years 7 months in 8 months.

Reduction in out of class data – increased confidence in class

 

Welfare interventions

 

Behaviour Mentor

£1754

Reduction in out of class data – improved confidence and self esteem

Anger management interventions

Behaviour Mentor

£1254

Reduction in out of class data – students using strategies in discussed in sessions to prevent situations from escalating

Numeracy interventions – pre learning and over learning

Higher Level Teaching Assistant

£1444

Increase in Maths level, increased confidence in lesson participation

Creating vocational learning opportunities

Lovells – Car body work 

PSA – Mechanics

ACE – Alternative Curriculum Education

RN Motors – Mechanics

Newark – Farm  

£8000

Apprenticeship has been offered to 1 student

All Key Stage 4 pupils are on track to achieve a vocational qualification

All year 11 students have applied for further education

 

Creating wider learning opportunities – developing social skills and interaction with the community

Subsidised residential trip

Subsidised positive activities and curriculum trips

After school clubs – Sports Coach

£790

Increase in confidence and self esteem – students able to take positive risks

Students able to integrate into the wider community

Development of social skills

Well being – students happy to share their experiences

Increased participation – positive pupil feedback

 

Improving family links

 

Family Liaison

£3000

Increase in attendance at school events

Parent feedback forms show positive impact

Money raised for charity throughout the year from both students and parents

Science and numeracy boosters

Class Teachers

£1425

Improved Science and Maths levels, increase in qualification opportunities for KS4.

Targeted work Experience

Placement set up and attendance costs

£200

Improved attendance and engagement

Supporting to develop aspirations – focus for college courses and next steps

Therapeutic support

 

Specialist therapist

Starting April 2016

To start 1 day a week in the Summer term. Impact yet to be evidenced. Feedback from students positive and self referrals.

Better Reading Interventions

TA Training

£1330

Improved reading ages, confidence and self esteem

Fine motor skills interventions

Higher Level Teaching Assistant

£2166

Improved confidence and self esteem

Students able to complete more work independently

Improved presentation of written work

 

Sports premium

Swimming Coach

£500

Increased confidence in the water

Development of life skill

Supporting a healthy lifestyle

 

NeneGate Pupil Premium 2016-2017

 

Pupil Premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers. The funding was first introduced in April 2011. Students are eligible for the Pupil Premium if they have claimed free school meals at any time in the last six years, are in the care of the local authority or have been adopted from care since 2006.

 

As with all students in the school the aim of the funding is to improve academic and social outcomes.

 

Type of Pupil Premium   funding

 

Total

Key Stage2, 3 and 4

 

£23,375

Looked After Child Premium

£2894

Year 7 Catch Up Premium

£333

Sports Premium

 

£500

Total

 

£27,102

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives:

  • Support students to make expected progress across the curriculum
  • To improve GCSE results
  • Reduce the number of students with below 95% attendance
  • Provide opportunities to promote emotional wellbeing
  • To ensure smooth transitions across key stages
  • Improve literacy levels to reach expected reading age
  • Work collaboratively with Parents and Carers
  • Create an engaging curriculum and increase the number of bespoke learning opportunities
  • Ensure students have aspirations and goals to work towards, helping to prepare them for adulthood
  • Developing opportunities to engage in spiritual, moral, social and cultural learning and activities

 

Key Expenditure:

 

Resource

Impact   of Funding

Phonics interventions – pre learning and over learning

 

Year 7 phonics booster sessions

 

HLTA - £5300

 

 

HLTA - £333

Increased reading ages and English levels. Average increase in   reading age for pupil premium students is an increase of 1 year and 6 months.

 

Reduction in out of class data as students have increased confidence   in class.

 

Welfare interventions

 

Behaviour Mentor - £1500

Reduction in out of class data    as students develop and improve their confidence and self esteem.

 

Anger management interventions

Behaviour Mentor - £750

Strategies discussed have been used to prevent situations from   escalating.

 

Numeracy interventions – pre learning and over learning

HLTA - £1500

Pupil premium students making progress in their  Maths levels. Students have increased   confidence in lessons, reduction in out of class data.

 

Creating vocational learning opportunities

Lovells/ PSA – Car body work  -   £585

ACE – Alternative Curriculum Education - £1000

RN Motors – Mechanics - £4250

Newark – Farm  - £500 (Sports   Premium)

Completed courses and qualifications gained.

 

100% of students applied for post 16 college and have been offered   places.

 

Developed social skills and confidence within the community.

Creating wider learning opportunities – developing social skills and   interaction with the community

Subsidised residential trip

Kingswood - £215

Derbyshire - £660

After school clubs – Sports Coach

Karate - £120

Students have been able to take positive risks and understand the   opportunities available to them outside of the home and school.

 

Students have successfully integrated into the wider community and   developed their social skills through a variety of team building activities.

 

There has been an increased up take in after school activities.

Improving family links

 

Family Liaison - £2500

Parents/ Carers have attended a number of school events and are   positive about their experiences in school. Parent feedback has been very   positive.

72% of all parents/ carers who attended school events had children   entitled to pupil premium.

64% of all children attending after school clubs were entitled to   pupil premium.

71% of home visits carried out were for children entitled to pupil   premium, parents/ carers have felt supported from the visits and their   relationship with school has improved.

 

Science  boosters

Class Teacher - £950

100% of students have met or exceeded their targets.

Targeted work Experience

Placement set up and attendance costs

£150

Improved attendance and engagement.

 

Students are actively enjoy their learning experiences.

Students continuing work placements in their own time.

 

Supported future career aspirations and supporting to plan for the   future.

Therapeutic support

 

Specialist therapist - £4685

Positive impact on their well being and behaviour both in and out of   school by a reduction in out of class data.

 

 

Fine motor skills interventions

Higher Level Teaching Assistant  - £2000

Students have Improved their confidence and self esteem and are   completing work more independently. Students have improved the presentation   of their written work.

 

Uniform

Branded sweatshirts and T shirts - £100

 

Students are smart and take pride in their appearance this has helped   to develop a sense of belonging at school.