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Pupil Premium expenditure: September 2014 - July 2015

Allocation of funding for 2014/15

Alternative Provision Co-ordinator:  £6,500

Education Welfare Officer:               £7,525

One quarter of TA4 salary:               £7,386

Exam Access Arrangement testing   : £350

Mentoring programme:                     £4,500

 

Total Expenditure                         £26,261

 

Total Pupil premium income for 2014/15 - £26,243

 

Statistics

  • Number of pupils on roll – 57
  • Number of pupils qualifying for Pupil Premium Grant – 35
  • Grant value: £935 per qualifying pupil from free school meal, £1900 for Looked After Children
  • Size of grant for 2014/15 – £26,243

 

Focus for 2014/15

1. To provide improved support for pupils on alternative education programmes.
2. To improve attendance for poorest attenders.
3. To continue to provide support for pupils with low reading ages.

 

Impact of Pupil Premium funding for 2014/15

  1.  All pupils on alternative provision received weekly placement visits resulting in increased awareness of potential problems which led to no break-downs in placements.
  2. All Year 11 leavers received support during the summer break which resulted in all leavers starting post-16 placements in the Autumn Term.
  3. Continued improvement in reading for pupils with low reading ages which has resulted in continued improvements in progress in English.
  4. Improved support for Year 11 pupils in GCSE exams resulting in 60% making expected progress from KS2 to KS4 based on their GCSE results.

 

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