Pupil Premium Projection 2016-17

Pupil Premium projection 2016-17

It is our intention to ensure that all pupils achieve their full potential at Hadleigh High School. Underpinning this is our aim to provide the highest possible standards in teaching and learning for all pupils.  Progress of all pupils is tracked rigorously with the aim of addressing underperformance.  However we are aware that some pupils may need additional support through their school career. At Hadleigh we operate on the principle of DP first, meaning our disadvantaged pupils are given priority when it comes to options, school trips, additional support classes, careers advice etc.  The plan below sets out our actions to ensure that our disadvantaged pupils achieve as well as possible and there is no gap in achievement with their non-DP peers.  It is based on the principles of the following, ongoing, cycle:

·         Understand the barriers to learning faced by vulnerable pupils

·         Put in place the strategies which can aid pupils in overcoming those barriers

·         Identify success criteria for those strategies

·         Evaluate effectiveness

The Pupil Premium funding for 2016/17 will be approximately £120,000.  These funds are to be used in a variety of ways to provide additional support and intervention and to raise standards for all pupils, but with a particular focus on those in receipt of Pupil Premium.  Pupil Premium funding will be spent on the following:

 

Action

Estimated cost

Success criteria

Evidence/Monitoring

·         1:1/small group tuition in English at Key Stage 3 and 4.

10000

DP perform in line with non-DP peers.

Regular monitoring of progress data.  Pupil progress data shows no gap. 

·         1:1/small group tuition in Maths at Key Stage 3 and 4.

10000

DP perform in line with non-DP peers.

Regular monitoring of progress data.  Pupil progress data shows no gap. 

·         Funding of an Accelerated Reader scheme for Key Stage 3.

3000

DP perform in line with non-DP peers.

Regular monitoring of progress data.  Pupil progress data shows no gap. 

·         Elevate raising achievement programme.  Supporting pupils with study skills in KS4

2000

DP perform in line with non-DP peers.

Regular monitoring of progress data.  Pupil progress data shows no gap.  DP to reach reading benchmark.

·         Key Stage 3 withdrawal groups of vulnerable pupils to improve areas such as self-esteem, anger management, social skills, numeracy and literacy.

12000

DP pupils perform in line with non-DP peers.

Regular monitoring of progress data.  Pupil progress data shows no gap.  Go4schools behaviour points.  Data for exclusions and attendance.

·         Supporting the funding of GCSE revision resources/events.

1000

DP perform in line with non-DP peers.

Regular monitoring of progress data.  Pupil progress data shows no gap. 

·         Supporting the funding of teaching at Study Club.

800

DP perform in line with non-DP peers.

Regular monitoring of progress data.  Pupil progress data shows no gap. 

·         Supporting the funding of pupil counselling services.

700

DP perform in line with non-DP peers.

Data for attendance and pastoral info shows no “gap”.   

·         Supporting the funding of Learning Support Assistants at Key Stage 3 and 4.

30000

DP perform in line with non-DP peers.

Regular monitoring of progress data.  Pupil progress data shows no gap. 

·         Supporting the funding of Inclusion & Pastoral staff.

20000

Reduce exclusions.  PP go4schools behaviour points to be in line with school average.

Exclusion data; internal and external. Go4schools behaviour points.

·         IAG work for disadvantaged pupils in years 9, 10 and 11

1000

All pupils have Post 16 path decided.

Zero NEET.

·         Supporting the funding of curriculum course costs.

3600

Provide appropriate curriculum opportunities for all DP.

Attendance data.  Progress on alternative courses monitored.

·         Supporting the funding of school transport for Key Stage 4 curriculum and extra-curricular clubs.

250

Attendance at ex-curricular clubs to be prioritised for PP pupils.

Attendance data monitored.

·         Supporting the funding of extra-curricular enrichment opportunities. Including attendance of school trips.

5000

DP pupils take advantage of enrichment opportunities provided.

Participation of DP monitored.

·         Provision of free school meals

12000

 

 

·         PP bidding fund.  Opportunity to bid for PP funding to offer initiatives that support disadvantaged pupils

Dependent on successful bids.

Dependent on successful bids.

Dependent on successful bids.

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 Our next pupil premium review will take place in the Autumn term of academic year 17-18.