Pupil Premium 2015-16

Objectives of spending PPG:
Accelerate progress;
Aim for all pupils to make progress and close the attainment of pupils compared to National data. 

Record of PPG spending by item/project 2015-2106

Item/Project

Cost/Objectives

Outcomes

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Cost/Objectives

 

Improved communication, engagement and access to learning, increase in confidence

Duke of Edinburgh award

 

Booster sessions for KS4 pupils (Functional Skills and GCSEs)     

£8,000

 

£72,000

To improve confidence, team work skills, self-esteem and life skills.

1:1 Tuition and 1:1 support (including counselling) for pupils in KS2/3 /4 and CLA

£80,781

To target pupils who have the
greatest gap to national data. To increase the % of pupils achieving the higher levels in English and Maths/Reading and Writing.

Enrichment activities (cooking, music, photography, equine)

£2,000

To support improved attendance and engagement and emotional well being.

Provision of uniform / PE kit/transport

£1,000

To raise the self esteem of pupils and confidence; thus impacting upon attendance, engagement and attainment.

Subsidising the cost of school visits including Water Park

 

 

 

Additional Educational Psychology hours

 

 

 

Setting up of Chill-Out Rooms at Pegasus.    

£8,000

 

 

 

 

£6,750

 

 

 

 

£3,000

 

To ensure all pupils have access to school visits to enrich their curriculum and remove the potential cost barrier. To build self-confidence and self-esteem.
To support the behaviour policies in place within Educational Diversity.

 

Ensuring a greater number of assessments and interventions in place to aid with differentiation and personalised learning. To ensure that a young person’s primary need is addressed, as opposed to their presenting need.

 

To ensure the emotional well-being of KS2 and KS3 pupils by providing a safe, calming space for them to regulate their own behaviour

Total Predicted Costs for 2015 - 16

£214,531

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