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Pupil Premium 2014-2015

Proposed spend of Pupil Premium 2014-15

DfE Guidance on Pupil Premium Funding

The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011. Schools can make decisions about how to spend the Pupil Premium funding to ensure that there is a narrowing of the attainment gap.

The Pupil Premium provides funding for pupils:

  • who are eligible for free school meals
  • who have been in receipt of free school meals (FSM) at any point in the past 6 years (£935 per child)
  • who have been continuously looked after for the past six months (£1900 per child)
  • whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces (£300 per child)
  • who are adopted from care under the 2002 Adoption Act or who left care under a Special Guardianship Order on or after 30 December 2005. Schools will also receive the Pupil Premium for children who left care under a Residence Order on or after 14 October 1991 (£1900)

Schools are held accountable for the spending of these monies, and performance tables will capture the achievement of disadvantaged students covered by the Pupil Premium.

This document outlines the proposed spend of the Pupil Premium 2014/15.

Fund Available 2014/15 ‐ £33,660.00 (expected – 31 pupils/students)

 

The key objectives:

  1. To focus on offering additional support to pupils in all Key Stages through the provision of additional resources
  2. To continue to partially fund the post of the Lead Senior Tutor to offer additional monitoring and support
  3. To continue to offer opportunities for those in receipt of pupil premium to access the same extra-curricular opportunities
  4. To ensure all those in receipt of pupil premium have access to funding for curriculum trips, year group trips and for other opportunities where the pupils/students are representing the school
  5. To allow every pupil to have a £200.00 contribution to a residential, extracurricular trip, every two years
  6. To ensure that the pupils eligible for FSM are able to purchase a balanced meal at lunchtime.
  7. To ensure that the pupils eligible for FSM are able to purchase breakfast at the start of the school day
  8. To make a contribution towards the cost of uniform

 

Spending to be reviewed at regular intervals for each objective to ensure it is in line with our expectations and the proposed plan.

 

Key Objective 1:
To focus on offering additional support to pupils in all Key Stages through the provision of additional resources
Action:
Implement a policy to allow departments to access funds to purchase Revision Guides/Materials, or any other equipment which may be recommended, to ensure FSM pupils/students fully access the curriculum and make more than expected progress.
Success Criteria:
Results to validate that FSM pupils/students make more than expected progress and that there is no gap between FSM and non FSM pupils at this school.
Key Person:
N Walker (Head of Teaching & Learning), T Copestake (Achievement), P Osborne (Data Manager).
Monitoring and Evaluation:
Monitoring of data supplied by teachers in tracking for pupils/students at each Key stage.  Departments to justify spending in academic terms.
Date: From Sept 2014 Cost: £5000.00

 

Key Objective 2
To continue to partially fund the post of the Lead Senior Tutor to offer additional monitoring and support
Action:
Lead Senior Tutor role
To monitor and offer academic support and additional intervention as appropriate.  To remove any barriers to academic success and to track progress and performance.
Success Criteria:
Pupil Outcomes are in line with expected or above expected levels of progress in core subjects and KS3 and KS4.
Key Person:
R Bond (Lead Senior Tutor), J Ogunmyiwa ( Vice Principal), T Copestake (Achievement), P Osborne (Data Manager)
Monitoring and Evaluation:
Use of the tracking system and monitoring process to identify underachievement and offer appropriate intervention and support.
Date: From Sept 2014 Cost: TLR  £9180.00

 

Key Objective 3:
To continue to offer opportunities for those in receipt of pupil premium to access the same extra curricular opportunities
Action:
To offer all those in receipt of pupil premium the opportunity to participate in extra curricular activities at school which may incur a cost (e.g.) (peripatetic music lessons, DoE). The school to contribute to the cost of either hire of specialist equipment or for the actual instruction itself if appropriate.
Success Criteria:
Those in receipt of pupil premium are accessing some extra curricular activities offered by the school and are therefore engaging in the wider life of the school community.  Evidence by a whole school audit of extra curricular provision and participation.
No pupil will be disadvantaged from missing opportunities beyond the school curriculum.
Pupil engagement and enjoyment of learning outside of the school curriculum will be promoted.  Use of pupil feedback.
Key Person:
J Ogunmyiwa (V Principal),  N Walker (Head of Teaching & Learning)
Monitoring and Evaluation:
Discussions with the pupils/students about the activities they have participated in, as well as termly reviews of attendance registers at any learning outside the classroom activities.
Date: From Sept 2014 Cost:  £4000.00

 

Key Objective 4:
To ensure all those in receipt of pupil premium have access to funding for curriculum trips, year group trips and for other opportunities were the pupils/students are representing the school.
Action:
To ensure pupils/students have access to the funding for all curriculum trips as well as for the Year group trip (to ensure inclusivity).  In addition to make departments aware of the pupils/students entitled to access the funding for such trips.
Success Criteria:
Pupils eligible for pupil premium are supported in terms of the financial cost of any curricular/year group trips.
The curriculum trips provide an additional learning experience which could have an impact on future learning, follow up work in class or achievement in any controlled assessments (KS4).
Key Person:
J Ogunmyiwa (Vice Principal), N Walker (Head of Teaching & Learning), R Berry (Business & Finance Manager), J Watts, N Cutts Watson
Monitoring and Evaluation:
Pupil Voice and Parent Forum
Date: From Sept 2014 Cost: £2000.00

 

Key Objective 5:
To ensure all those in receipt of pupil premium have access to contributions to a residential, extra-curricular trip every two years.
Action:
To ensure pupils/students have the opportunity to participate in the extra-curricular trips.  To make parents/carers aware of this contribution. To inform al staff so that they ae aware of any residential trips organised.
Success Criteria:
Pupils eligible for pupil premium are supported in terms of a financial contribution towards the cost of any residential, extra-curricular trips.
Pupils participate in these trips.
Key Person:
J Ogunmyiwa (Vice Principal), N Walker (Head of Teaching & Learning), R Berry (Business & Finance Manager), J Watts, N Cutts Watson
Monitoring and Evaluation:
Pupil Voice and Parent Forum
Date: From Sept 2014 Cost:  £6000.00

 

Key Objective 6:
To ensure that the pupils eligible for FSM are able to purchase a balanced meal at lunchtime
Action:
To increase the daily allocation of money from £1.80 to £2.00. To meet with the catering providers to discuss the menu choices and the meal deal to ensure this amount covers a balanced meal at lunchtime.  Regular reviews of the meal deals on offer to the pupils.
Success Criteria:
The additional money is being spent by the pupils in the Dining Hall at lunchtime.
There are a range of meal options available for £2.00
Key Person:
J Ogunmyiwa (V Principal), R Berry (Finance Manager), Sodexo (Catering provider)
Monitoring and Evaluation:
Pupil Voice – pupils feel that they have enough choice at lunchtime and are communicate that the amount if sufficient for them to be able to purchase a balanced meal.
Date: From Sept 2013 Cost: £1178.00

 

Key Objective 7:
To ensure that the pupils eligible for FSM are able to purchase breakfast at the start of the school day
Action:
To increase the daily allocation of money to include an extra £1.00 per day which is available for pupils to use at Breakfast club.
Success Criteria:
The additional money is being spent by the pupils in the Dining Hall at lunchtime.
There are a range of meal options available for £2.00
Key Person:
J Ogunmyiwa (V Principal), S Mason (Finance Assistant), Sodexo (Catering provider)
Monitoring and Evaluation:
Pupil Voice
Date: From Sept 2014 Cost: £2950.00 (based on 50p per day)

 

Key Objective 8:
To make a contribution towards the cost of uniform for pupils who are eligible for pupil premium funding
Action:
To inform parents/carers of the objective.
Success Criteria:
The vouchers are being used by parents/carers to purchase uniform items.
Key Person:
J Ogunmyiwa (V Principal), R Berry (Finance Manager)
Monitoring and Evaluation:
Parent Feedback
Date: From Sept 2014 Cost: £3100

 

Mid review 2014-15

Full review 2014-15


 

 

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