Pupil Premium 2018/19

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement.  This funding is sent to schools based on the numbers of pupils in the school who are eligible for Free School Meals; those looked after by the Local Authority (Our Children) and those children of Armed Service personnel.

From 2012/2013 this criteria was expanded to include all children who have been eligible for Free School Meals over the last six years.
The funding is allocated by Governors to ensure these pupils reach their full potential both academically and socially.

Park Community Academy has decided upon 3 targets for the Pupil Premium Funding to achieve this year. These targets are.

  1. 97% of Pupil Premium pupils to achieve expected or above expected progress in Mathematics,
  2. 90% of Pupil Premium pupils to achieve expected or above expected progress in Language and Literacy,
  3. 96% of Pupil Premium pupils to achieve expected or above expected progress in PSHE.

An important aspect of achieving these targets is through the children increasing in their confidence through work undertaken in their involvement in the performing arts both within our school and within the wider community. These experiences and achievements are vital to social and emotional progress they make, and this translates directly to their academic success.

All staff have an understanding of the current targets and how the Pupil Premium funding will achieve them.

There will be a whole school Pupil Premium review taking place in December 2019. 

Overview:

Total number of pupils on roll

275

Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium

142 (51.6%)

Amount received per pupil

£1,320 (R – Y6)

£935 (Y7 – Y11)

£2300 (LAC)

Total amount of Pupil Premium received

£154,475.00

Pupil Premium Spending:

Focused enhanced Specialist Lead Teacher support – YR – Y11 (Teacher)

£15,328 (dedicated time of 6 hours per week)

Day Trips & Residential subsidy x 8 visits per annum

£55,500 (5 residentials per year of up 4 nights)

Transport – day trips & ASC

£5,000

Extra curricular Clubs(free)/Summer Scheme

£17,500

Subsidised School Meals

£13,750

External Services/SLT/ NHS Health Input

£22,650

Expressive & Performing Arts Opportunities

£11,000

Learning mentor enhanced support

£7,925

Targeted Rewards

£4,500

ELSA Targeted Support (KS2)

£3,250

Total Expenditure

£156,403

 

Pupil Premium review 2018 19 v2

 

Pupil Premium 2017/2018

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement.  This funding is sent to schools based on the numbers of pupils in the school who are eligible for Free School Meals; those looked after by the Local Authority (Our Children) and those children of Armed Service personnel.

From 2012/2013 this criteria was expanded to include all children who have been eligible for Free School Meals over the last six years.
The funding is allocated by Governors to ensure these pupils reach their full potential both academically and socially.

Park Community Academy has decided upon 3 targets for the Pupil Premium Funding to achieve this year. These targets are.

  1. 95% of Pupil Premium pupils to achieve expected or above expected progress in Mathematics,
  2. 90% of Pupil Premium pupils to achieve expected or above expected progress in Language and Literacy,
  3. 90% of Pupil Premium pupils to achieve expected or above expected progress in PSHE.

An important aspect of achieving these targets is through the children increasing in their confidence through work undertaken in their involvement in the performing arts both within our school and within the wider community. These experiences and achievements are vital to social and emotional progress they make, and this translates directly to their academic success.

All staff have an understanding of the current targets and how the Pupil Premium funding will achieve them.

Overview:

Total number of pupils on roll

248

Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium

101

Amount received per pupil

£1,320 (R – Y6)

£935 (Y7 – Y11)

£1900 (LAC)

Total amount of Pupil Premium received

£122,220.00

Pupil Premium Spending:

Focused enhanced Specialist Lead Teacher support – YR – Y11 (Teacher)

£10,328 (dedicated time of 6 hours per week)

Day Trips & Residential subsidy x 3 visits per annum

£43,500 (5 residentials per year of up 4 nights)

Transport – day trips & ASC

£4,000

Extra curricular Clubs(free)/Summer Scheme

£17,000

Subsidised School Meals

£9,900

External Services/SLT/ NHS Health Input

£22,650

Expressive & Performing Arts Opportunities

£9,000

Learning mentor enhanced support

£7,925

Targeted Rewards

£4,000

ELSA Targeted Support (KS2)

£2,500

Total Expenditure

£130,803.00

 

Pupil Premium 2016/2017

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement.  This funding is sent to schools based on the numbers of pupils in the school who are eligible for Free School Meals; those looked after by the Local Authority (Our Children) and those children of Armed Service personnel.

From 2012/2013 this criteria was expanded to include all children who have been eligible for Free School Meals over the last six years.
The funding is allocated by Governors to ensure these pupils reach their full potential both academically and socially.

Park Community Academy has decided upon 3 targets for the Pupil Premium Funding to achieve this year. These targets are.

  1. 92% of Pupil Premium pupils to achieve expected or above expected progress in Mathematics,
  2. 90% of Pupil Premium pupils to achieve expected or above expected progress in Language and Literacy,
  3. 85% of Pupil Premium pupils to achieve expected or above expected progress in PSHE.

An important aspect of achieving these targets is through the children increasing in their confidence through work undertaken in their involvement in the performing arts both within our school and within the wider community. These experiences and achievements are vital to social and emotional progress they make, and this translates directly to their academic success.

All staff have an understanding of the current targets and how the Pupil Premium funding will achieve them.

Overview:

Total number of pupils on roll

228

Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium

117

Amount received per pupil

£1,320 (R – Y6)

£935 (Y7 – Y11)

£1900 (LAC)

Total amount of Pupil Premium received

£128,265

Pupil Premium Spending:

Focused enhanced learning support Phonics – YR – Y11 (Teacher)

£10,682 (dedicated time of 6 hours per week)

Day Trips & Residential subsidy x 3 visits per annum

£39,800 (5 residentials per year of up 4 nights)

Transport – day trips & ASC

£4,500

Extra curricular Clubs(free)/Summer Scheme

£14,000

Subsidised School Meals

£7,900

External Services/SLT/Health Input

£16,500

Expressive & Performing Arts Opportunities

£12,500

Learning mentor enhanced support

£15,850

Targeted Rewards

£4,000

ELSA Targeted Support (KS2)

£2,000

Total Expenditure

£129,732

 

 

PP Impact Table 2016 - 17

 

Pupil Premium 2015/2016

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement.  This funding is sent to schools based on the numbers of pupils in the school who are eligible for Free School Meals; those looked after by the Local Authority (CLA) and those children of Armed Service personnel.

From 2012/2013 this criteria was expanded to include all children who have been eligible for Free School Meals over the last six years.
The funding is allocated by Governors to ensure these pupils reach their full potential both academically and socially.

Wider outcomes and the increased confidence children show for example, through the performing arts in our school, along with the social and emotional progress they make, are all important measures on how the funding can be used effectively to extend our pupils experiences and skills in an SEN setting.

As a school, alongside academic gain, we seek to enhance and celebrate pupil achievement as a whole.

Overview:

Total number of pupils on roll

202

Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium

107

Amount received per pupil

£1,320 (R – Y6)

£935 (Y7 – Y11)

£1900 (LAC)

Total amount of Pupil Premium received

£112,313

Pupil Premium Spending:

Focused enhanced learning support Phonics – YR – Y11 (Teacher)

£8235.35 (6 hr dedicated time per week)

Day Trips & Residential subsidy x 3 visits per annum

£31,500

Transport – day trips & ASC

£4,500

Extra curricular Clubs(free)/Summer Scheme

£13,500

Subsidised School Meals

£5,750

External Services/SLT/Health Input

£16,500

Expressive & Performing Arts Opportunities

£12,500

Learning mentor enhanced support

£15,775 (60% of salary)

Targeted Rewards

£4,000

ELSA Targeted Support (KS2)

£2,000

Total Expenditure

£114,260

 

2015-16 CASPA report for PP:-

  • 92% of  pupils who are eligible for Pupil Premium are making expected or above expected progress in Maths
  • 86% of  pupils who are eligible for Pupil Premium are making expected or above expected progress in English

2015-16 CASPA report for FSM:-

  • 86% of FSM pupils are making expected or above expected progress in Maths
  • 84% of FSM pupils are making expected or above expected progress in English

2015-16 CASPA report for CLA:-

  • 100% of CLA pupils are making expected or above expected progress in Maths
  • 93% of CLA pupils are making expected or above expected progress in English

CASPA (Comparison and Analysis of Special Pupil Attainment) data compares the school to 120 Local Authorities nationally

 

Examples of the impact of Pupil Premium intervention at Park Community Academy April  2015- March 16

Focused enhanced learning support Phonics – YR – Y11 (Teacher)

£8235

Each class are spilt into phonics ability groups and learn a different sound each week. This is complimented with activities that develop handwriting, phonological awareness and spelling. One of the key stage 4 classes who receives specialist teaching is concentrating on spelling. They focus on a sound each week, research using IPad or dictionaries words that contain that sound (including meaning) and follow with a multisensory spelling technique.

87.5 % of the key stage three pupils who received phonics teaching from the specialist teacher made progress on their phonics assessment since September.

Of all the children who receive pupil premium and specialist phonics teaching 81% have made progress since September.

12 pupils who receive pupil premium have made 1-10% progress since September.

2 pupils who receive pupil premium have made 10 - 20% progress since September.

 4 pupils who receive pupil premium have made more than 20% progress since September.

Feedback from class SSA’s is that pupils are using phonics to help then read and spell more often and in general are more confident with their letter sounds. One SSA said ‘I can actually see a difference, its great’. Another SSA noticed a dramatic difference in one child’s handwriting who receives pupil premium.

Residential subsidy x 4 visits per annum

£31,500

37% of the children who went to Tower Wood in June 2015 were in receipt of pupil premium.

88% of the children who attended the September 2015 trip to London were in receipt of Pupil Premium

47 % of the children who are going to Bendrigg in February 2016 are in receipt of pupil premium.

36% of the pupils attending the yr 12 residential are in receipt of pupil premium

 Feedback from parents has identified the positive impact of residentials on their children’s independence and self-confidence.

 “…the children really learn from this trip”

“My child has developed independence and made new friendships”

 “My daughter gained confidence, the ability to travel on different transport, fun times with friends and more independence”

Transport- day trips & ASC

£4,500

1 child currently accesses free transport home from school following after school club. Without this service this pupil premium child would be unable to benefit from the range of after school clubs available at PCA. 75% of the band members who are transported to and from Basso on a Tuesday night are in receipt of Pupil Premium.

Extra-curricular Clubs(free)/Summer Scheme

£13,500

53% of pupils who attend our after school clubs are in receipt of Pupil Premium

64% of the pupils who attended our Summer Scheme in July 2014 were in receipt of Pupil Premium

These activities allow the pupils to learn new skills, consolidate old skills and take part in a range of new experiences in a more relaxed and social setting. It allows pupils to begin to build relationships with each other without the direct intervention of adults.

Subsidised School Meals

£5,750

 PCA take up of FSM for pupil premium eligible children has always been above average over the last 3 years.

2013/14- 68%

2014/15 - 84%

2015/16- 48%

External Services/SLT/Health Input

£16,500

EXTERNAL SERVICES  (Outside Agencies)–

Additional support is provided from professionals outside of the school setting to enable the children to achieve success. At PCA we work closely with colleagues from outside agencies and services to support the needs of children in school. These include

  • Educational Psychologist Service
  • Blackpool SEND Communication Language Autism Support Team
  • Speech and Language Therapists
  • Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists
  • Childhood and Adolescence Mental Health Services-CAMHS
  • Hearing Impaired Service, Visually Impaired Service;
  • Education Welfare Service (attendance);
  • Parent Partnership Service
  • Health/Social services including the School Nurse Service,Specialist Consultant; General Practitioner; Paediatricians, Social Services.

The impact of this includes:

  • Early identification of any issues and intervention, easier or quicker access to services or expertise
  • Improved achievement in education and better engagement in education
  • Better support for parents and the family’s needs addressed more appropriately.
  • Better quality services and the reduced need for longer-term or more specialist services.

 

At Park CA the biggest external support is provided by SALT -

152/204 - (74%) pupils currently have SALT in part 3/Section F of statement/EHC Plan.

132/152 pupils currently have identified SALT provision

Currently 66 % (53/80) of pupils entitled to pupil premium have SALT provision in their statement/EHC Plan.

SALT is provided from a combination of NHS therapist and privately commissioned service (Speech Bubble).

Each pupil receives SALT support according to the pupil’s individual needs. This could include a combination of individual therapy, group therapy, in classroom support, staff training, and targeted programs for use in the classroom, feedback to parent, home visits and contributions to multi agency meetings. A range of resources are also bought according to needs and these include ipads and specialist computer programs.

 The impact that speech and language support has on the educational progress of pupils at PCA is wide ranging because education is delivered almost entirely through the medium of language.  It enables pupils to access the whole school curriculum, prevents social isolation, disaffection / boredom, behaviour problems and low self-esteem.

 Additional Resources supported through pupil premium include–

  • A range of specialist equipment to give additional support to children.
  • Soft Play Room and sensory studio with the 3D immersive environment.
  • Staff training by specialist services to enable targeted support for pupil’s use of the equipment.
  • Specialist sensory equipment including weighted lap cushions and jackets,sensory textured cushions, oral motor chew toys, ear defenders and a range fidget/stress relief toys and equipment.

The impact of this is to provide improved achievement and better engagement in all aspects of the school curriculum, learning and development.

Expressive & Performing Arts Opportunities

£12,500

Pupil premium funding continues to provide pupils at PCA with the opportunity to take part in a wide range of expressive and performing arts activities. The school band and choir regularly perform in school and to the wider community. They have performed at events such as Hardraw Scar Music Festival, Schools Alive and the Penwortham Music Festival. The school employs three additional peripatetic teachers to help support the pupils with their music skills. All the pupils in Key Stage 3 had the opportunity to take part in the Blackpool’s Dance Festival, which takes place at the world famous tower ballroom. All the pupils that took part in the event looked fantastic in the costumes provided by the school.  All the pupils in the primary department of the school participated in this year’s nativity play. Pupil premium money was used to help fund filming and editing the event to a high standard, props and costumes and for the staging of the play. Similarly pupils in Key Stage 3 and year 10 took part in the Summer production, which included an evening performance to parents. Both plays were great events and highly successful. Outside agencies and groups continue to support extra-curricular activities within the arts. One example of this was when pupils in the sixth form worked collaboratively with a local dance group linked to the Grand theatre. The year 9 residential to London was once again a massive success with parents and pupils commenting on the wonderful opportunity the trip gave to the pupils to develop their personal, social and independence skills. At PCA we feel very strongly that whilst the impact of our investment in the Performing Arts is not always measurable through B squared and CASPA, the progress that the pupils make in terms of self-confidence, self-esteem and independence are at times immeasurable!

Learning mentor enhanced support

£15,775

 62% (26/42 pupils) of the pupils currently on Miss Griffin’s caseload are in receipt of pupil premium. Pupils can access support for; Bereavement, behaviour, self-esteem, personal hygiene, anger management, transition, domestic violence, resilience and attachment. The work carried out by the learning mentor breaks down barriers to learning as pupils complete the work which supports them in fully accessing school life. Pupils are referred by staff or parents and can be re-referred if necessary. Our mentor also supports pupils in reactive situations. 

Targeted Rewards

(£4,000)

Part of the funding for Reward Activities is taken from the Pupil Premium budget. The pupils have opportunity to ‘earn’ rewards which they can participate in. Yearly passes are purchased for Blackpool Tower and the Zoo and access is available throughout the year for Rewards activities and also learning opportunities within various subject areas. There are various types of reward opportunities which are used to target specific areas, such as behaviour or individual learning targets. These reward opportunities may be long term such as the termly Reward Days, or short term such as lesson specific and these rewards can be purchased through Pupil Premium if required. Impact of the reward system on the pupils receiving Pupil Premium, can be seen through daily records of progress in lesson and the credits they earn in each lesson. The reminder of the upcoming activity or reward frequently causes a modification in behaviour or effort with regard to work undertaken. 

ELSA Targeted Support (KS2,3 and 4)

£2,000

65% (24/37 pupils) of the pupils accessing the ELSA programme are in receipt of pupil premium. Pupils are given a ten week programme targeted at the supporting their Emotional Literacy. This includes sessions on self-awareness and empathy, self-regulation, self-motivation and social skills.  Pupils are referred by teachers and support staff and an assessment is then carried out to ensure the correct strand is delivered.

 

Pupil Premium 2014/2015

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement.  This funding is sent to schools based on the numbers of pupils in the school who are eligible for Free School Meals; those looked after by the Local Authority (CLA) and those children of Armed Service personnel.

From 2012/2013 this criteria was expanded to include all children who have been eligible for Free School Meals over the last six years.

The funding is allocated by Governors to ensure these pupils reach their full potential both academically and socially.

Wider outcomes and the increased confidence children show for example, through the performing arts in our school, along with the social and emotional progress they make, are all important measures on how the funding can be used effectively to extend our pupils experiences and skills in an SEN setting.

As a school, alongside academic gain, we seek to enhance and celebrate pupil achievement as a whole.

Overview:

Total number of pupils on roll

165

Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium

110

Amount received per pupil

£1300

Total amount of Pupil Premium received

£143,000

 

Pupil Premium Spending:

Focused enhanced learning support (Teacher)

£30,765 (80% of salary)

Residential subsidy x 3 visits per annum

£29,400

Provision of Suite of Microsoft Laptops x 15

£9,000

Transport

£3,500

Extra curricular Clubs(free)/Summer Scheme

£11,500

Subsidised School Meals

£4,450

SLT/Health Input

£25,000

Expressive & Performing Arts Opportunities

£10,000

Learning mentor enhanced support

£15,775 (60% of salary)

Targeted Rewards

£4,000

Total Expenditure

£143,390

 

2014-15 CASPA report for FSM:-

  • 94% of FSM pupils are making expected or above expected progress in Maths
  • 94% of FSM pupils are making expected or above expected progress in English

2014-15 CASPA report for CLA:-

  • 89% of CLA pupils are making expected or above expected progress in Maths
  • 89% of CLA pupils are making expected or above expected progress in English

CASPA (Comparison and Analysis of Special Pupil Attainment) data compares the school to 120 Local Authorities nationally.

 

Examples of the impact of Pupil Premium intervention at Park Community Academy

Focused enhanced learning support (Teacher)

Staff feedback is that the PP intervention has had a positive effect on pupil’s self confidence in English and that these pupils are making accelerated progress in reading and spelling.e.g.in 1 KS2 group  100% of pupils progressed from phase 2 to phase 3 in reading and spelling over an 8 week period

Residential subsidy x 3 visits per annum

80% of the children who went on the Performing Arts residential to London in September 2014 were in receipt of pupil premium. 100% of the children attending the September 2015 trip are in receipt of Pupil Premium

57% of the children who went to Bendrigg in February 2015 were in receipt of pupil premium.

 47% of the children who went to Tower Wood in June 2014 were in receipt of pupil premium.

Feedback from parents has identified the positive impact of residentials on their children’s independence and self-confidence.

 “…gained a lot, an experience of a lifetime. We would never of been able to show her this”

 “It helps the children to develop their independence and confidence in being away from home”

Provision of Suite of Microsoft Laptops x 15

The ICT suite has now been updated, replacing old PC’s with Apple’s which are dual boot. This allows pupils to experience skills for both Windows and Apple that can then also be transferred and consolidated throughout other curriculum areas and in lessons. A class set of iPads have been purchased for each key stage, as well as other computing resources, in particular for the new programming element of the curriculum. This has facilitated a significant increase in the use of technology as a teaching and learning tool.

Transport

7 children access free transport home from school following after school club. 100% of these are in receipt of pupil premium. Without this service these children would be unable to benefit from the range of after school clubs available at PCA.

Extra-curricular Clubs(free)/Summer Scheme

68% of pupils who attend our after school clubs are in receipt of Pupil Premium

77% of the pupils who attended our Summer Scheme in July 2014 were in receipt of Pupil Premium

These activities allow the pupils to learn new skills, consolidate old skills and take part in a range of new experiences in a more relaxed and social setting. It allows pupils to begin to build relationships with each other without the direct intervention of adults.

Subsidised School Meals

Take up of FSM has risen this year significantly, but this is due to the universal free school meals for infant children and the increase in pupil numbers overall.  PCA take up of FSM for pupil premium eligible children has always been above average over the last 3 years.

2012/13  - 62.5%

2013/14- 68%

2014/15 - 84%

SLT/Health Input

There are currently 125 pupils are supported by SALT provision. 51% of these children are in receipt of pupil premium.

This is provided by 3 Speech therapists.

Provision is based on pupil need and this includes:

1. review and oversight

2. small group provision

3. whole class provision

4. 1;1 provision

More children are receiving support for SALT than is requested through their statement due to the whole class provision sessions.

The number of children requiring 1:1 support is lower than in September and this indicates that pupils make enough progress to be able to access the small group sessions rather than the individualized programs.

 

 

Expressive & Performing Arts Opportunities

       Pupil Premium money continues to be used to subsidise the Expressive and Performing Arts work carried out at PCA. Visitors to our school only need to watch our children perform in assemblies, productions and the fashion show to see the impact that it has on their self-esteem and personal motivation. Pupil Premium subsidies also allow our PP children to take part in a wide range of offsite arts experiences including performing at the Tower Ballroom in the annual Blackpool Dance festival, Schools Alive, Au Revoir and a number of band and choir events. We are also able to use PP money to buy in arts experiences e.g. Travelling by Tuba and Curious Minds arts events.80% of the children who went on the Performing Arts residential to London in September 2014 were in receipt of pupil premium. 100% of the children attending the September 2015 trip are in receipt of Pupil Premium.( see feedback from parents above re impact)

Learning mentor enhanced support

       80% (43/54 pupils) of the pupils currently on Mrs Kitchen’s caseload are in receipt of pupil premium. Pupils can access support for; Bereavement, behaviour, self-esteem, personal hygiene, anger management, transition, domestic violence, resilience and attachment. The work carried out by the learning mentor breaks down barriers to learning as pupils complete work which supports them in fully accessing school life. Pupils are referred by staff or parents and can be re-referred if necessary. Our mentor also supports pupils in reactive situations.

Targeted Rewards

Funding for Reward Activities is taken from in part the Pupil Premium budget. The pupils have opportunity to ‘earn’ rewards which they can participate in. Yearly passes are purchased for Blackpool Tower and the Zoo and access is available throughout the year for Rewards activities and also learning opportunities within various subject areas. There are various types of reward opportunities which are used to target specific areas, such as behaviour or individual learning targets. These reward opportunities may be long term such as the termly Reward Days, or short term such as lesson specific and these rewards can be purchased through Pupil Premium if required. Impact of the reward system on the pupils receiving Pupil Premium, can be seen through daily records of progress in lesson and the credits they earn in each lesson. The reminder of the upcoming activity or reward frequently causes a modification in behaviour or effort with regard to work undertaken. 

 

Pupil Premium 2013 - 2014

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement.  This funding is sent to schools based on the numbers of pupils in the school who are eligible for Free School Meals; those looked after by the Local Authority (CLA) and those children of Armed Service personnel.

From 2013/2014 this criteria was expanded to include all children who have been eligible for Free School Meals over the last six years.

The funding is allocated by Governors to ensure these pupils reach their full potential both academically and socially.

Wider outcomes and the increased confidence children show for example, through the performing arts in our school, along with the social and emotional progress they make, are all important measures on how the funding can be used effectively to extend our pupils experiences and skills in an SEN setting.

As a Special Academy, alongside academic gain, we seek to enhance and celebrate pupil achievement as a whole.

Overview:

Total number of pupils on roll

160

Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium

98

Amount received per pupil

£900

Total amount of Pupil Premium received

£88,200

 

Pupil Premium Spending:

Focused enhanced learning support (Teacher)

£35,000 (80% of salary)

Learning Mentor sessions pastoral work

£10,675 (50% of salary)

Residential subsidy x 3 visits per annum

£19,500

Transport to sports events/clubs/home/school

£5,500

Extra curricular Clubs(free)/Summer Scheme

£9,500

Subsidised School Meals

£4,250

PCA Uniform subsidy

£1,850

PCA PE Uniform

£1,925

Total Expenditure

£88,200


2013-2014 CASPA report for FSM:-

  • 94% of FSM pupils are making expected or above expected progress in Maths
  • 95% of FSM pupils are making expected or above expected progress in English

2013-2014 CASPA report for CLA:-

  • 100% of CLA pupils are making expected or above expected progress in Maths
  • 100% of CLA pupils are making expected or above expected progress in English

CASPA (Comparison and Analysis of Special Pupil Attainment) data compares the school to 120 Local Authorities nationally.

            

  Pupil Premium 2012 – 2013

Allocated Funding:  £92,700

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement.  This funding is sent to schools based on the numbers of pupils in the school who are eligible for Free School Meals, those looked after by the Local Authority (CLA) and those children of armed service personnel.

From 2012/2013 this criteria was expanded to include all children who have been eligible for Free School Meals over the last six years.

The funding is allocated to initiatives to ensure the pupils reach their full potential both academically and socially.

Wider outcomes and the increased confidence show for example, through the performing arts in our school, along with the social and emotional progress they make, are all important measures on how the funding can be used effectively to extend our pupils’ experiences and skills in an SEN setting.

As a school, alongside academic gain, we seek to enhance and celebrate pupil achievement as a whole.

Overview:

Total number of pupils on roll

157

 

Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium

103

 

Amount received per pupil

 

£900

Total amount of Pupil Premium received

£92,700

 


Pupil Premium Spending

Focused enhanced learning support (Teacher)

£17,500 (40% of salary)

Residential subsidy x 3 visits per annum

£29.400

Provision of Ipads across the school

£40,000

Transport

£3,300

Extra curricular Clubs(free)/Summer Scheme

£7,500

Subsidised School Meals

£2,250

Total Expenditure

£99,950


2013 Caspa* report for FSM:-

  • 90% of our FSM pupils are making expected or above expected progress in Maths
  • 90% of our FSM pupils are making expected or above expected progress in English
  • 95% are making expected or above expected progress in Science.

2012-2013 CASPA report for CLA:-

  • 100% of CLA pupils are making expected or above expected progress in Maths
  • 100% of CLA pupils are making expected or above expected progress in English
  • 89% of CLA pupils are making expected or above expected progress in Science

*CASPA – (Comparison and Analysis of Special Pupil Attainment) data compares the school to 120 Local Authorities nationally.
 

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