Current

Pupil Premium Proposed Expenditure 2019–20

Number of eligible pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received (Years 7–11):

  • Total number of pupils on roll: 622
  • Number of pupils eligible for PPG: 162
  • Level of funding: £216,000
Description Value Comment
Senior Leader responsible for student outcomes £7,500 Salary part-funded. Direct impact upon and responsible for improving attainment
MIS/SIMS Student Data Manager £4,500 Salary part-funded. Direct impact upon and responsible for improving attainment
Pupil Premium Grant Co-ordinator £5,500 Salary part-funded. Direct impact upon and responsible for improving attainment
Smaller class sizes in Core subjects £25,000 Salary part-funded for additional staffing in the Mathematics, English and Science teams.
Learning and Teaching Assistants £7,500 Salaries part-funded. Accountability for raising achievement levels and narrowing the gap
Accelerated Reader Co-ordinator £20,000 Salaries part-funded. Accountability for raising achievement levels and narrowing the gap
Accelerated Reader Resources £23,000 Investment in Licence/Books/ICT and Administration
STEM project provision £6,500 Consultancy andproject work contract securing engagement and improving motivation
Counselling and therapy sessions £5,500 To improve self-esteem, a sense of belonging and remove barriers to learning.
Attendance tracking and intervention £4,500 Additional mentoring and support for year 11 students to improve their attendance
Coaching and Mentoring £5,000 Targeted mentoring and coaching to remove barriers to success in external examinations
Additional Mathematics/English/Science individual tuition £8,000 Targeted tuition following diagnosis of skills gaps for year 11 students
Social Club Provision £2,500 Partial funding of late bus provision to enable engagement in addition activities
Transition Activties £2,500 To provide a range of activities across the year to support the transition for students between Key Stages.
Staff Development Training and Support £3,500 To provide enhanced training for all staff to meet the needs of disadvantaged students.
Curriculum Resources £6,500 To provide a wide range of resources, materials and support for disadvantaged pupils in all curriculum areas.
Specific Project Provision £10,000 Initiatives to secure engagement and higher achievement
Food Break and After-school Clubs £3,000 Help for pupils to improve learning.
Vouchers to reward students £5,000 To incentivise students, increase participation and improve attainment.
BehaviourWatch Online Subscription £3,500 Use of the online platform for our programme of rewards and incentives, and to maximise home: academy communications.
School Uniform £2,000 To assist parents by providing/replacing school uniform.
School Trips £6,000 To increase participation, improve self-esteem, improve progress and secure higher attainment.
Afterschool and half-term revision and resources £6,500 To provide a targeted revision programme for Year 11 students delivered by specialist staff.
A range of Aspirational activities and Careers Guidance. £3,000 Visiting guest speakers/assemblies/ visits etc.
Student Support Centre provision and Strengthening Minds programme £14,500 Specialist Intervention programme and staff training package.
Alternative Curriculum Provision £25,000 Allows access to bespoke educational packages to support success
Total £216,000