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Pupil Premium Statement

Pupil Premium 2016/2017

(source of information: DfE website)

Information

The Pupil Premium was introduced by the Government in April 2011, in addition to main school funding. The purpose of the Pupil Premium is to narrow the attainment gap between pupils from identified groups (see below) and their peers, ensuring that additional funding to tackle disadvantage reaches pupils who need it the most.

In most cases the Pupil Premium is allocated to schools and is clearly identifiable. It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium, allocated to schools per pupil, is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility.

The Pupil Premium is allocated to children from low-income families who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as ‘Ever 6 FSM’), children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months and children of service personnel.

The level of the premium in 2016/17 is:

  • £935 per pupil for pupils eligible for free school meals (Ever 6 FSM)
  • up to £1900 for pupils in care who have been continuously looked after for six months (the amount the school receives for Children Looked After depends on the Virtual School allocation in each area)
  • £1,900 for each pupil who has left local-authority care because of one of the following reasons: adoption, a special guardianship order, a child arrangements order or a residence order.
  • Children of service personnel were allocated £300.

Amount of Funding Received

In 2016/17 Norden High School & Sports College has been allocated a total of £203,835. We have received this money in addition to the main school funding.

Allocation of funding (to date) is outlined below:

Allocation   of Pupil Premium Funding Provision Cost Impact
SEN PROVISION - £146,512.65

Breakfast Club -

Break Club - 8 pupils

Lunch/homework club – 10   pupils

1 x TA2 3.20hrs hours a   week

1 x SENCo 1.25hrs per week

3 x TA2 3.45hrs per week   and

1 x HLTA 1.30hrs per week

Cost = £11092.20pa

Reduced   behaviour points

EAL specialist support

5 pupils

EAL TA3 x 20 hrs per week

Cost =   £12388pa

Increased vocabulary and re-integration into   mainstream lessons

Numeracy Withdrawal

Yr 11 – 2 pupils

Yr 10 – 6 pupils

HLTA support 9.5hrs per   week

Cost = £8064.47pa

Increased Maths progress

Literacy Withdrawal

Y11 3 pupils

Y10 5 pupils

SENCo support 2 periods per   week = £4258 pa

TA3 support 3 periods per   week = £2074 pa

Increased English progress

Speech & Language

2   pupils

HLTA 1.5hrs per week

Cost £1273.38pa

Increased vocabulary and understanding

TA Support

Cost P/ATA2 120hrs per week  

TA3 50hrs per week

Cost = £105,362.60 pa

Increase   in engagement and removal of barrier to learning

Lunchtime Support

4 times /week

SENCO/LSC support every lunchtime - £2000 Reduction in behaviour   points
INTERVENTION -£9042

Small group withdrawal with   HLTA support (Maths)

4 pupils

2 periods per week HLTA

£5928

Increased GCSE results and   progress

Small group withdrawal with   HLTA support (English), withdraw from other subjects (not English).

1 period per week £2964 Increased progress across a   range of subjects
Printing of past papers and   revision notes for English and Maths £150 Increased understanding of   the wording and expectations of exam papers.
ATTENDANCE - £3,061
Pastoral intervention   strategies to improve attendance

Deputy HT 1 period per week   £1411

AIW 1 hr per wk - £550

Attendance Officer – 1hr per   week £550

PSW 1 hr per week - £550

Increased attendance and   reduction in PA

MATHS - £ 1126.39
Revision Guides and Work   Books for all PP students £150 allocated Increased in Maths GCSE   results and progress across year groups.
Targeted Revision sessions before school with breakfast club - 29 students post Nov mock

1 staff member plus free breakfast for 27 pupils

£976.39 pa

Increased in Maths GCSE   results and progress across year groups.
ENGLISH £ 4880
Additional Revision sessions   after school 3 staff £2929

Increased in English GCSE   results and progress across year groups.

Book and Bites reading club

1 staff and refreshments

Refreshments £1276

Increased in English GCSE results and progress   across year groups.

Christmas carol

£4 per pupil

£675

Increased in English GCSE   results and progress across year groups.

HOMEWORK CLUB - £ 3167
Staffing of library 3.05 to   4.00pm

Staffing £2817

Resources £200

Refreshments £150

Social/emotional support provided   for vulnerable pupils. Increase in attendance
ENRICHMENT/CURRICULUM   SUPPORT - £9890
Hardship fund for subsiding   trips, funding for supplies e.g. food tech ingredients, uniform

£5000 fund

Examples include:

Art trip £140

Uniform - £90

Duke of Edinburgh £270

Free School Meals

Improvement motivation (pupil   voice). Improved progress.
Careers Advice and Guidance   –individual interviews. £4290

Improvement motivation (pupil   voice). Improved progress.

Peripatetic Music Tuition

4 pupils

£600 Increased motivation in   lessons, increased skill-set noticed by external tutor.

Transport to school in a taxi

1 pupil

£1000 Stable, outstanding   attendance. Increased progress
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION -   £11,125

College courses/fees/off site   education

Across- £10800 Pupils at risk of exclusion   able to complete course/education.
1 pupil £325
PUPIL GROUP TRACKING - £ 900
Data tracking package to   enable better planning of strategies/interventions required

£300 SISRA Training /updates

£600 Fisher Family Trust

Detailed and regular tracking   in place for all pupil groups has meant more meaningful and timely   interventions.
Pupil Premium Coordinator

£2576 TLR

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Enable dedicated member of   staff to track and support PPG pupils and monitor progress and achievement.

Next Pupil Premium strategy review Friday 9th December 2016

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