2016-2017

Funding for 2016 -17 is based on 72 students:  £67,320

In addition we will receive Pupil Premium plus funding for two students who are post LAC. This amounts to £3800.

Targeted Group Support strategies continue to be funded for those identified in Year 8-10 as needing these boosters. Students also receive personalised support. Year 7 students for whom the school receives Pupil Premium will also be in receipt of both group and personalised support.

 

Profile of Pupil Premium students within KS3 as a whole

In years 8-10 76% of our FSM6 students are at or above level 4 at KS2 with 27% being above this age related expectation on entry. In the new Year 7 the criteria has changed and the current bench marking figure has not yet been published.

 

Expected Impact of 2016-17 funding

Through careful allocation of the pupil premium we plan to:

  • Close the gap in attainment in core subjects.

  • Continue to ensure that attendance levels remain above 90% for all students.

  • Further raise reading ages of students with below average levels.

  • Increase engagement for lower ability Pupil Premium students through the provision of stimulating alternative education at another setting.

  • Continue to ensure that temporary exclusions, for this demographic, are minimised and in line with that for non-Pupil premium students.

  • Provide additional opportunities for more able Pupil Premium students in order to raise aspiration and future attainment.

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