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Pupil Premium Grant

In the academic year 2016/2017 the school expects to receive approximately £42435.00

TOTAL PUPIL PREMIUM £42435.00

The impact of these grants is recorded each academic year.

Costing

Provision

Intended Impact

Sustainability

£20,000 (partial funding)

Parent Support Worker

At least 45% of families entitled to pupil premium will have been supported by the Parent Support Worker. This will have supported them in family and social issues that impact on pupils' readiness to learn.

Parents will have been supported in meetings this academic year that are significant to the emotional, social and mental health, education and safety of our pupils who are entitled to pupil premium. These will include EHCP meetings to set educational outcomes.

Parent interviews will provide positive qualitative analysis of the impact.

The Pupil Premium Grant will continue to support parents in meeting such as EHCP, safeguarding and multi-agency meetings.

£6,000 (partial funding)

Supported work experience to promote employability. This will be achieved through TA provision.

At least eight Year 10 and Year 11 students, who are entitled to pupil premium, will have experienced external work experience and/or work related learning.

Support will continue to provide opportunities to promote employability.

£4,000 (partial funding)

Counselling Support

At least four pupils, who are entitled to pupil premium, will have 1:1 counselling to support their emotional and mental health and/or safety.

Pupil Premium grants will continue to support the emotional and mental health of students who are entitled to Pupil Premium.

£1,000

Education Psychology Support

Advice will be provided for specific pupils on a needs basis. The impact will be to the individual child and the teaching and learning within the class.

This will only continue on a needs basis in response to individual needs of pupils and students.

£6,000 (partial funding)

Music Therapy

Eight pupils with PMLD will have accessed music therapy. Evidence of meaningful and purposeful interactions will be recorded.

The money will continue to support pupils and students with PMLD.

£5,435 (partial funding)

Additional TA support for learning in the community or personalised interventions.

Assessment data will evidence that there is no gap in Literacy and Numeracy achievement between the pupils who are entitled to pupil premium and those who are not.

Due to the budget constraints the Pupil Premium Grant will continue to contribute to the high staff ratio needed for pupil and students with SLD and PMLD.

Year 7 Catch-up Grant

This grant enables the school to allocate funds for year 7 pupils in this special school, focusing on literacy and numeracy catch-up.

In academic year 2016/2017 the school received £5500

Cost

Provision

Intended Impact

Sustainability

£5500

Additional TA support in the classroom

All of Year 7 pupils will exceed or reach their expected target in Numeracy and Literacy.

 

 

 

The catch-up 7 money will continued to be used to provide additional TA support within classes with Year 7 Students.

 

The funding ensures school leaders can maximise extra support for disadvantaged pupils.  Funding is based on the number of pupils who are or have been in receipt of free school meals or who are looked after by the Local Authority. 

 

In the academic year 2015/2016 the school received £44,635

Expenditure

Costing

Provision

Impact

Sustainability

£20,000 (partial funding)

Parent Support Worker

48% of families entitled to pupil premium have been supported by the Parent Support Adviser. She supports them in family and social issues that impact on pupils' readiness to learn.

Parents have been supported in EHCP transformation meetings to set educational outcomes.

Parent survey states that 95% parents respond well to their concerns.

The Pupil Premium Grant will continue to support parents in meeting such as EHCP, safeguarding and multi-agency meetings.

£6,000 (partial funding)

Literacy / Numeracy Interventions

92% of pupils entitled to premium students reached or exceeded their targets in Numeracy.

100% of pupils entitled to pupil premium students reached or exceeded their targets in Numeracy.

This money will focus on in-class interventions and support.

£4,000 (partial funding)

Counselling Support

Four students' have been supported. Feedback from the students on their emotional and mental health indicate a positive impact.

Pupil Premium grant will continue to support the emotional and mental health of students who are entitled to Pupil Premium.

£1,000

Education Psychology Support

Four students have been assessed by Educational Psychologist and advise on teaching strategies given. This has supported and informed teaching and learning practise.

This will only continue on a needs basis in response to individual needs of pupils and students.

£6,000 (partial funding)

Music Therapy

Eight students with PMLD accessed music therapy. Evidence of meaningful and purposeful interactions has been gathered.

The money will continue to support pupils and students with PMLD.

£7,635 (partial Funding)

Additional in-class TA support

92% of pupils entitled to premium students reached or exceeded their targets in Numeracy.

100% of pupils entitled to pupil premium students reached or exceeded their targets in Numeracy.

Due to the budget constraints the Pupil Premium Grant will continue to contribute to the high staff ratio needed for pupil and students with SLD and PMLD.

Achievement data for Literacy shows that 100% of pupils that are entitled to pupil premium reach or exceeded their targets in the academic year 2015-2016 compared to 97% of others. In Numeracy 92% pupils entitled to pupil premium achieved or exceeded their targets where 90% of other pupils did.  This indicates that there is no significant gap between disadvantaged pupils and others.

Catch-up Grant 7

 

This grant enables the school to allocate funds for year 7 pupils in this special school, focusing on literacy and numeracy catch-up.

In academic year 2015/2016 the school received £5500

 

Cost

Provision

Impact

Sustainability

£5500

Additional TA support in the classroom

100% of Year 7 pupils exceeded or reached their expected target in Numeracy and Literacy

 

There were 27 Sleuth entries in the Autumn Term with this reducing to none in the Spring and Summer term. This improvement in behaviour has a significant effect on accessing the Numeracy and Literacy Curriculum.

 

The catch-up 7 money will continued to be used to provide additional TA support.

PE Sports Grant

In academic year 2016/2017 the school received final grant of £3417

In academic year 2015/2016 the school received  £8198

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