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Pupil Premium Report 2016-17
Pupil Premium Review 2016-17
|5 A* - C inc E&M||2014||2015||2016|
Considerable time and resources has been spent this year to ensure that the gap between the attainment of non PP and PP students is reduced.
|% A*- C in English and Maths||76% ( 59% in 2015)|
|Progress 8 score||0.54 (0.15 in 2015)|
|EBACC||36% (38% in 2015)|
PP = 0.43
Non PP = 0.67
There is a gap between PP and Non PP in terms of progress but this is not significant. The progress of PP students is still exceptional with nearly all PP students on average getting nearly ½ a grade more than predicted.
This gap of 0.23 in the progress made between PP and non-PP students (0.42 compared to 0.65) however is smaller than the gap of 0.35 in the 2015 and also indicates that PP students have made significantly better progress year-on-year (-0.04 to + 0.42).
Results show gap between PP and Non PP in English is not significant but there is a larger gap between PP and Non PP in Maths.
|Math’s Tutor||Close gap between PP and non PP in Math’s|
|Externa EWO||Oversee and support management of attendance and welfare issues, focusing on robust action where needed.|
|SALT||Year 7/8 – ensuring any PP student on L3 and below on entry has dedicated English support and intervention to ensure progress made and improvements in reading, writing and/or speaking and listening.|
|Extension classes, revision programs during holidays, Saturday classes||Personalized and small group teaching across targeted sessions. All resources, costs and accommodation covered.|
|LSU Behavior Unit||Behavioral intervention and tracking of targeted students who are PP who need close behavior support and positive engagement strategies. Commonly targeted at Year 7, 8 and 9 given specific need in these year groups with CLA/more challenging students.|
|Education Psychology Service (LBTH Service Level Agreement)||Service for students on individual needs. Also used to build confidence and self-esteem.|
|Progress and Welfare leaders||Specific staff for each hub / year group responsible for pastoral care and improving progress|
|External mentoring and support||Specific responsibility to monitor and track the progress and attainment of students who are PP. Also liaise with Academy on achievement, PEP meetings.|
|Provide specific technology for those who need it.|
|Literacy, Numeracy and Instrumental Lessons||Year 7/8 – ensuring any PP student on L3 and below on entry has dedicated English and Math’s support and intervention to ensure progress made and improvements in reading, writing, numeracy and/or speaking and listening. Provide music lessons for those who want it.|
Reading program and costs
Reading books and materials for KS3
Accelerated reading programmeLUCID licenses and tracking of reading ages
Councilor & Mentors
|The Academy has its own trained Counsellor (this post was relinquished at Easter.) This includes a specific focus on the needs of any PP student.|
Welfare and uniform grants
|Uniform and resources are purchased for students as required, for example, from PEP meetings and/or welfare meetings such as laptops, general Academy equipment.|
|Careers consultancy & work experience||1/3 of careers shared with 2 other Federation academies. Every PP student has personal 1-1 meetings to ensure correct IAG is in place to track career progress.|