Pupil Premium and Y7 Catch-up Premium
Academic Year 2016-17

 

Overview of the school

Total number of students on roll at September 2016 is 1660

Impact of Pupil Premium Spending 2016-2017

Increased proportion of students achieving Grade 4 or higher in GCSE English and Maths from 42% to 64% which is significantly above national.

We have successfully closed the gap between Pupil Premium and non-Pupil Premium students achieving Grade 4 or higher in GCSE English and Maths.

0% of Pupil Premium students who are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET), the national average for all pupils is around 10% annually, this means that 100% of a=our Pupil Premium students have progressed into further Education, Employment or Training.

40% of our Pupil Premium students achieved strong Grade 5 or higher passes in English and Maths., which we expect to be significantly higher than nationally.

Many fewer exclusions of pupil premium students than nationally across all of the categories.

Better teaching for Pupil Premium students in Years 7-13 to help them make better progress towards examination success.

 

Pupil premium Grant (PPG)

The Pupil Premium Grant is additional funding given to schools to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.

In the 2016 to 2017 financial year, Secondary schools will receive £935 for each child registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years (Ever6).

Total amount of PPG received for 2016-17 academic year is £174,205
Number of students benefitting from PPG is 179

Year 7 Catch-up Premium (CP)

The Year 7 Catch-up Premium provides an additional £500 for each year 7 pupils who did not achieve at least a level 4 in reading and/or Maths at the end of Key Stage 2.

Total amount of CP received for 2016-17 academic year £11,000
Number of students benefitting from CP is 22

Objectives in Spending PPG

• To narrow the gap in terms of attainment for students eligible for PPG or CPG
• To increase the rates of progress for students eligible for PPG or CPG.

At Canon Slade, we strive to improve the progress and attainment of all our pupils and believe in
treating all pupils inclusively; we do not treat any pupil differently based on their eligibility
for free school meals or family background. As such, we have used the Pupil Premium
funding in a number of different ways, as outlined in this document. The grant has been
used to either expand existing initiatives or to fund new strategies to provide support,
intervention and enrichment activities.
We prioritise:
Free School Meal (FSM) and looked after children (LAC) and other vulnerable pupils
who are underachieving or at risk of underachieving at KS4 and KS3

 

Curriculum

Additional teaching staff were appointed in English & Maths to reduce adult: pupil ratio
Additional learning support staff were appointed to support learning across the curriculum.
Additional intervention teaching in English and Maths
Purchase of technical equipment and revision guides
Equipment and IT resources such as laptops and printers
Kindles for the library
E-learning packages as revisions aids.
External group workshops and small group activities

 

Inclusion

Mentoring pupils to help with study skills and time management
Employing a professional counsellor
Pupil Premium coordinator appointed
Pastoral assistants appointed to support pupils both academically and pastorally.
Development of a learning support centre

 

Professional Support

Educational Psychologist
Academic mentors for Maths and Science
Learning support mentor primarily for literacy and study skills
Careers guidance
Reading intervention

 

Additional needs and enrichment

Transport to and from intervention activities.
Uniform items purchased
School visits and trips
Music tuition including peripatetic music lessons and singing lessons
Summer school for Year 7 transition

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